Lindsay agrees to tutor Daniel in algebra, but he doubts her effectiveness. Daniel manages to steal a test from the math teacher's office, and he then asks Lindsay to help him fill in the answers. Sam, Neal and Bill begin learning about sex education in Coach Fredricks's health class.
- The ending to the joke that is 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 by 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 on a wheelchair. She asks, " You do not have any arms or legs, 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|