Dustin asks Meadow on a proper date at the arcade, since they never really “officially” got together after he broke up with Angela (or Angela broke up with him). She’s blowing hearts at the cashier, but I don’t think Dustin noticed…
If she was honest with herself, Angela was disappointed that Dustin
wasn’t taking her to a restaurant, only the vending machines at the
grocery store, but she had a good enough time at the arcade, and they
spent some time teaching the parrots in the pet shop some dirty
words, before settling down on a park bench to talk and cuddle. The
gift he had gotten her was a little old-fashioned, but she was
determined to wear it and learn to love it. Just like she was
determined to love Dustin. She just wasn’t sure all the time if what
they had really was love. She liked him, it was exciting to be with
someone who was known around school as a bad boy. And he had lots of
good sides, like being nice to his little brother and doing his best
to help out his mom. And he was always nice to her. But was that
love? Real love?
Nina, Dina and Mortimer head off to visit some community lots, where Dina convinces Mortimer to buy them some new clothes and jewellery. Nina bumps into Don, and things happen. Poor cashier Nicole Thompson doesn’t approve.