Lindsay agrees to tutor Daniel in algebra, but he doubts her effectiveness. Daniel manages to steal a test from the teacher's office and then asks Lindsay to help him fill in the answers. Sam, Neal and Bill begin sex education class.
- The ending to the joke told throughout the episode ("How do you think I rang the doorbell?") belongs to this: A woman, tired of living alone, decides to put an ad in the local paper. She asks for three things: 1. A man who will treat her nicely, 2. A man who won't leave her, and 3. A man who is good in bed. Several weeks go buy without a result, and the woman is resigned to life without a man who can embody those qualities. Then, the doorbell rings and she opens it to find an armless, legless man in a wheelchair. He says, "I'm here about the ad in the paper. As you can see, I have no arms, so I can't beat you, and I have no legs, so I can't run away from you." The woman is skeptical, and asks, "Yeah, but are you good in bed?" The man answers, "How do you think I rang the doorbell?"
|Recurring roles||Guest stars|
|"Takin' Care of Business"||Bachman–Turner Overdrive||Bachman–Turner Overdrive II||1973|
|"Superfly"||Curtis Mayfield||Super Fly||1972|
|"Love's Theme"||Love Unlimited Orchestra||Rhapsody in White||1974|
|"Little Dreamer"||Van Halen||Van Halen||1978|
|"Debris"||The Faces||A Nod Is as Good as a Wink...To a Blind Horse||1971|
|1: Pilot - 2: Beers and Weirs - 3: Tricks and Treats - 4: Kim Kelly Is My Friend - 5: Tests and Breasts - 6: I'm with the Band - 7: Carded and Discarded - 8: Girlfriends and Boyfriends - 9: We've Got Spirit - 10: The Diary - 11: Looks and Books - 12: The Garage Door - 13: Chokin' and Tokin' - 14: Dead Dogs and Gym Teachers - 15: Noshing and Moshing - 16: Smooching and Mooching - 17: The Little Things - 18: Discos and Dragons|