What a tangled-ass web we weave, when first we practice to deceive. ("Marmion" a la Zeke) Once again, Valentine's Day is coming; this year, Linda has a plan. Tina needs a tutor to avoid Remedial Math and asks Darryl for help. He pines for Rosa Batista, but believes the 8th grader is out of his league. Darryl gets a light bulb: the Double Nerd Angle: a correlation exists between Wagstaff's 7th-8th Grade Valentine's Day "Cupid's Couple" Dance and cross-grade dating. Darryl does the math: a negative times a negative equals a positive ...and a $50 Fro-Yo Momma gift certificate to pay bribes. Tina cannot tell a lie, but she has thought about boys and relationships a lot, lot, lot. When Cupid's Couple finally try their Wings, will it be Silly Little Love Songs... or Man on the Run? Written by
Did You Know?
On Tina's first math test, Tina answered question 5 correctly. See more
When the Belcher kids are in the lunchroom discussing bowling, Tina's tray is missing an apple and Gene doesn't have a milk, then the next shot from the opposite side shows that all the kids have both an apple and a milk. See more
References Mario Bros.