It's Tuesday morning, and Virginia has no choice but to go back to school, where Froggy tells her he waited for her after school for twenty minutes.
Virginia says she was sick again, so Froggy asks if she'll be there the following Monday.
Virginia says no—the thought of fooling around with a boy suddenly turns her stomach.
Froggy asks, heartbroken, if Virginia means it's over between them.
She's saved by Mr. Moony, who walks by singing "Froggy Went a-Courtin'," but after he walks by, Froggy asks if the last month meant nothing to her.
Virginia says it can't be over between them, because it never began.
At lunch, she grabs some Hostess Cupcakes and heads for the second-floor bathroom.
She sees Brie's signature boots in a stall and wonders what Brie's doing up there. She's normally in the cafeteria holding court with the Bri-girls, and there's a bathroom right next door.
Brie's the last person Virginia feels like seeing, so she tosses her cupcakes in the trash and runs to Ms. Crowley's office.
Ms. Crowley asks if Virginia's being out sick had something to do with her diet.
Diet, ha. Virginia's life has been a carb-and-sugar-fest lately; she tells Ms. Crowley the diet is over.
Ms. Crowley wants to talk, but Virginia just peels the skin off her cuticles and says everything's okay.
After school, there's a bright spot: an email from Shannon, inviting her to come to Seattle for a vacation over Thanksgiving. All Virginia's parents have to do is get the plane ticket, and Shannon's parents will cover the rest.
Virginia writes back and asks Shannon if she doesn't want to bring her new friends.
Shannon says no—duh—and Virginia says she'll be there.