Transcription of the final episode of Swans Crossing (#65)

© 1992 Heliosphere Productions and/or Sachs Film Distribution, Inc.


Cast  (in order of appearance)

Sarah Michelle Gellar as Sydney Rutledge
Brittany Daniel as Mila Rosnovsky
Shane McDermott as Garrett Booth
Carisa Dahlbo as Glory Booth
M.B. Battisti as Jazz
Stacey Moseley as Callie Walker
Devin Doherty as Jimmy Clayton
William Shanks as Barek
Evan Ferrante as Owen Fowler
Tom Carroll as J.T. Adams
Kristy Barbera as Nancy Robbins
Ziska Beveridge as Mayor Rutledge
Eddie Robinson as Neil Atwater
Barry Papick as Baldie #1
Kristen Mahon as Sandy Swan
Alex Tanaka as Saja DeCastro


Sydney and Mila enter Sydney's room, carrying lots of shopping bags and boxes.
Sydney: Okay... Let's put all mine down on the floor and we'll put yours on the bed. (They put their bags and boxes down) There we go... I'm so glad you came shopping with me; I hate shopping alone. Having you come made all the difference.
Mila: (shrugs) It... took my mind off things.
Sydney: (folds her arms across her chest) It's supposed to keep your mind on things. That way you don't wind up like you did empty-handed.
Mila: I guess I wasn't in the mood for shopping.
Sydney: Strange! I'm always in the mood for shopping. (walks over to her bed to inspect her bags)
Mila: Really?
Sydney: Yeah. There's just something about it. You know, being waited on hand and foot. It just brightens my day a little bit.
Mila: I haven't felt too bright lately.
Sydney: Obviously. (picks up a box from her bed and pulls Mila over to her full-length mirror) This is going to make you look like road kill. (She takes out a black top and skirt from the box and gives them to Mila, who holds them up against herself in the mirror) You know what it needs? It needs shoes. We'll go this afternoon!
Mila: It's amazing how you can juggle putting a pool party together and a fall wardrobe in the same day.
Sydney: Well, it's to say good-bye to Garrett! (Mila frowns) I'm sorry... I mean, good-bye to summer.
Mila: Right. Today might be the last party I go with Garrett until he goes off to school.

Garrett is standing on the Booth porch. Glory enters.
Glory:
Waiting for something?
Garrett:
The mail.
Glory:
What did you do? Order some poetry from the Poem Shopping Network?
Garrett:
Would you butt out? It's none of your business, okay?
Glory:
Well, excuse me. I guess you can steal my personal, private poetry, but far be it from me to ask you a simple, friendly question.
Garrett:
Okay, fine-
Glory:
It's not like you owe me-
Garrett:
I said, okay! (softens his tone) Look, I'm waiting for some answers from some high-powered record producers.
Glory:
Record producers? Did you steal some songs, too? (Garrett turns around to glare at her, then walks away.) Whoops... (walks back over to him) Garrett.
Garrett:
Look, I invited them to come see Mila sing at the concert.
Glory:
The concert to celebrate the building of the new stage.
Garrett:
Yeah. (turns around to face her) And by the time their Gucci loafers leave town, Mila's career will be launched.
Glory:
And you...
Garrett:
(folds his arms across his chest and smirks) And me, as her agent, will be the one to thank.
Glory:
I'm impressed. I'm sure Dad will be too.
Garrett:
Well, that's the plan.
Glory:
He'll see that you're really serious about promoting Mila.
Garrett:
Every Booth loves a good business deal.
Glory:
And realize that you have a stake in staying here in Swans Crossing. Good thinking.
Garrett:
What we need is some quick thinking. Time's running out... for everyone. (leaves porch)
Glory stares after Garrett, confused.

Jimmy and Callie are sitting in front of the counter at Swans' Soda Shop, arm-wrestling. Jazz is watching them from behind the counter.
Jazz: Come on, Callie, go...
Callie beats Jimmy.
Callie:
(laughs) Yeah!
Jazz grins and walks away.
Jimmy:
Happy?
Callie:
Wait, are you trying to tell me that you let me win?
Jimmy:
I wasn't gonna say that...
Callie:
I won fair and square!
Jimmy:
(smiles) Whatever you say, Walker Woman.
Callie:
(raises her arm up) All right, a rematch.
Jazz runs back over to them.
Jazz:
Not near my dishes!
Jimmy:
I'll take you up on that later.
Callie:
(lowers her arm and smirks at him) So Jazz, any more strange grownies appear since the other night?
Jazz:
As weird as a skateboarding butler? And a lettuce freak? Actually, one was kinda cute in a... bizarre kind of way.
Callie:
(grins) Ah... new boyfriend?
Jazz:
Yeah, if I were a pancake, he'd bite. (Callie and Jimmy give each other a confused glance) No, I mean it! That's all he's into. Pancakes and finding out about some guy called Professor Vann. It's the story of my life. Ugh! (throws her arms up in the air dramatically, then she picks up the dishes and leaves)
Callie:
(turns back to Jimmy and grins) You know, I could say the same about you.
Jimmy:
What?
Callie:
That that's all you're into. Pancakes, and...
Jimmy:
And?
Callie:
And finding out about some guy called Barek.
Jimmy:
Yeah... (smiles at her) But that's not all I'm into.
Callie gives him a big smile in return.

Barek rises up from the bench in front of the Soda Shop and walks toward the camera with an angry look on his face. It's then revealed that Owen is holding a video camera, filming Barek. Owen puts the camera down after Barek sees him, but when Barek turns around and starts walking away, Owen picks up the camera to film him again. Barek turns around and walks back over to Owen.
Barek: You little rat.
Owen:
(sighs and puts down camera) Not you too.
Barek:
What do you mean, me too?
Owen:
Well, everyone's losing it when I shoot them.
Barek:
(motions to the camera) You shoot a lot of this guerilla video?
Owen:
All over town. On everyone I can find.
Barek:
Oh, really?
Owen:
Yeah, you should see what I've got so far.
Barek:
Yeah, well, I'd like to.
Owen:
You would?
Barek:
Yeah, why don't you stop by the Tool and Die with that thing and give me a screening?
Owen:
Sure! Right after I catch some footage at Sydney's pool party tonight.
Barek:
Okay. All right, I'll be waiting.
Owen:
Okay!
Barek and Owen walk off in opposite directions. As Owen passes by the entrance to the Soda Shop, Callie and Jimmy (who were standing at the door, listening to his conversation with Barek) look at each other knowingly, and Jimmy nods.

-Cut to opening sequence and commercial break-

J.T., who has just parked in front of the Tool and Die, gets off his mini-bike as Garrett rides his bike in from the opposite direction. Garrett parks the bike and takes off his helmet as J.T. speaks.
J.T.:
Well, well, well. Looks like you and I are on the same agenda.
Garrett:
(gets off his bike) You and I will never have the same agenda, Adams. We just end up in the same places.
J.T.:
First it was the post office and now the Tool and Die.
Garrett:
It's a free country.
J.T.:
Yeah. (grins) So's France.
Garrett:
Knock it off.
J.T.: So, what were you doing with all those letters? Practicing up on how to be a pen pal?
Garrett:
Don't jump to conclusions, Rocket Boy.
J.T.:
And what are you gonna do with your bike when you're gone? Put it up on blocks for storage?
Garrett:
I'm gonna grant my first and last favor to you and answer those questions.
J.T.:
This ought to be good.
Garrett:
One, I had to go to the post office because I had to mail some stuff that's gonna keep me here in Swans Crossing. And two, I came here to get an oil change because I'm gonna be burning up the miles around here for a long time.
J.T.:
Really? That's not what I heard.
Garrett:
(glares at him and walks back over to his bike) Eat my dust.
J.T.:
You know, it's funny... my dad was talking to your dad, and from the sound of it, looks like you're a goner. You're not gonna be playing any kind of post office around here, Booth.
Garrett gives J.T. another angry glare.

Callie and Jimmy are inside the Tool and Die, working on the concert stage motor. Jimmy places his hands on Callie's.
Callie:
One revolving concert stage coming up. (grins at him) Great team.
Jimmy:
Yeah, and that makes us perfect. It fires right up.
Callie:
But maybe we should lower the gear ratio...
Jimmy:
Yeah. (pause) We don't want this thing to go too fast, though... (lowers his voice) Do we?
Callie:
(shakes her head slowly) No, we wouldn't want that. (They stare at each other for a few more seconds, then let go of their hands and turn away) Um, so after Sydney's party we'll follow Owen back here.
Jimmy:
And catch an eyeful of the footage he's screening for Barek.
Callie:
Yeah. Whatever Barek sees, we want to see.
Barek enters the shop.
Barek:
And here we have a couple of gifted young gearheads. I would say that between the two of you, you'll probably get that stage a spinning.
Jimmy:
Well, we're trying.
Barek:
Now if we could just get poor old Ralph to stop spinning out, we'd have everything done around here. (glances at Callie) Right, crew?
Callie rolls her eyes. Garrett and J.T. enter the shop with their bikes in tow.
Garrett: Hey Jimmy, how about an oil check up?
Jimmy:
(walking over to Garrett) Well, you came to the right place for that.
J.T.:
(walks over to Callie and motions to Garrett) Any place is the right place until he shows up. (Callie smirks) No mail?
Callie:
No sign of Sydney's birth certificate?
J.T.:
Well, our requests are in but the bureaus are slow. The way I figure it...
J.T. and Callie continue having their conversation while the scene cuts to Garrett and Jimmy.
Jimmy:
(checking out Garrett's bike) Yeah, it's quite low.
Garrett:
No kidding... Uh Jimmy, does Callie like poetry?
Jimmy:
(glances at Callie) No, not that I know of.
Garrett:
Good. Then you're safe for now. (pats Jimmy on the back)
Jimmy:
(gives Garrett a confused look) I think the pressure of being deported back to boarding school is starting to warp your head.
Barek walks up to them.
Barek:
Sometimes pressures can warp the best of people, young James. Right?
Jimmy looks at Barek suspiciously.

Nancy, who is carrying an armload of shopping boxes and bags, walks into Sydney's bedroom and Sydney follows.
Sydney:
Just... put 'em over there. (motions to her bed)
Nancy:
(places all the boxes and bags on the bed) Here we go... (turns back to Sydney) What would you have done without me? Since Ralph's on his day off.
Sydney:
(takes her sweater off and folds it) Oh. Well, actually, Mila was supposed to go with me but she backed out. (shrugs) I figured you going with me would be better than nothing. (Nancy glares at her) But, we were going to ask you.
Nancy:
Sydney-O, you have an endearing way of making one feel needed.
Sydney:
(quickly starts walking away from her) I wonder what I'm going to do with all my shoes from last year.
Nancy:
(following Sydney) Actually, I don't mind being second string on some things. As long as I can be first string on the important things.
Sydney:
(faces Nancy) Like what?
Nancy:
Guess who's been chosen as steeple chaser in the Swans Fall Riding Classic. Come on, guess!
Sydney:
(slowly) Nancy?
Nancy:
(beams) That's right.
Sydney:
But that was my event! I've won it the last three years!
Nancy:
But this summer you've barely made it to any classes or meets. Face it... you lost you chance. (sighs dramatically) I guess you were simply too busy with, I don't know... (motions toward the bed) shopping? So to make a long story-
Sydney:
(pointedly) Long.
Nancy:
Riding Master Manugian chose moi. Sorry, Sydney-O.
Sydney:
(forcing a smile) Well, I'm happy for you. I mean it.
Nancy: (smirks) I can tell. But, cheer up. (walks over to Sydney, puts her arm around her shoulders, and walks her over to the over side of the room) You'll have your share of glamour and glory at the concert for the new stage. You're chair person.
Sydney:
(brightening) Yeah! (stops walking and faces Nancy)
Nancy:
And you are the Mayor's daughter.
Sydney:
Yeah!
Nancy:
And I'm sure you'll give a stirring speech.
Sydney:
Yeah! (pauses for a moment then frowns) Oh no... what speech?
Nancy:
Well, just dust off the one you used for the Classic. You won't be needing that again. (Sydney groans) Anyway, I'm in such a fabulous mood, I'm off to spread a little cheer before the party tonight. (picks up a few boxes from the bed) Ta! (leaves room)
The phone rings. Sydney sighs and walks over to pick it up.
Sydney:
(sits down) Hello?
Camera shifts to split screen with Sydney and Garrett, who is at the pay phone in front of the Soda Shop.
Garrett:
Hello Sydney.
Sydney:
(sighs) Garrett. (suddenly becomes frantic) Garrett, what are you doing calling here? If my mother found out-
Garrett:
Your mother's gonna find out a lot more than you bargained for.
Sydney: Since when is blackmailing called bargaining?
Garrett:
Since I said so. The concert is in eight days.
Sydney:
Eight days, three hours, and nineteen minutes.
Garrett:
Yup. And I still haven't heard from Robert Clark, the record producer.
Sydney:
(shrugs) So?
Garrett:
So? I thought you were supposed to get that Brit twit Billy Gunn to call to contact Clark.
Sydney:
I did! If it hasn't happened, don't blame me.
Garrett:
I'm not gonna blame you. I'm going to expose you.
Sydney:
How?
Garrett:
(grins) Right before the concert, I'll make a little P.A. announcement.
Sydney:
You wouldn't.
Garrett:
That'd put a Swan, I mean a wrench, into the Mayor's campaign, wouldn't it? (hangs up)
Sydney:
You can't do this to me! (sighs and hangs up phone as Mayor Rutledge enters room holding some clothing hangers)
Mayor:
Do? What?
Sydney:
(quickly stands up and faces Mayor) Change the color of the backdrop... from malt to magenta. But I told him.
Mayor:
(chuckles) Well, I think I know where your forthrightness comes from.
Sydney:
(sits back down and smiles) You've always taught me to speak up for what I wanted.
Mayor:
Mm-hm. (looks away and frowns) But unfortunately, one has to do more than that to get it. (raises her eyebrows at Sydney and walks over to opposite side of room)
Sydney looks after Mayor, confused.

J.T. walks out of Tool and Die and Neil approaches him.
Neil:
Oh, hey! Have you checked the post office?
J.T.:
Zip, zilch, nada.
Neil:
What? No Vann mail?
J.T.:
(shakes his head) No... hey, but we've got a couple of hours to kill before the party.
Neil:
Yeah, so?
J.T.:
(grins) So how about we get everything ready for when that last element of UB2B lands in our hands.
Neil: UB or not UB? When is the question.
J.T.:
(laughs and punches Neil lightly in the stomach) Let's get out of here.
Neil:
Okay! (walks off, and J.T. quickly hops on his bike and follows)
Baldie #1, who is eating a pancake, looks around the corner of the Tool and Die after them sinisterly.

-Cut to commercial break-

Mila and Nancy in Mila's room. Nancy is demonstrating a cheer for Mila, who is lying on her bed.
Nancy:
(dancing with pom poms) Digga digga raw potata, half past aligata, ram, ram, bullawigga, chickawada... (raises pom poms over her head) Swans, Swans, ra, ra, ra... (jumps)
Mila:
That was very nice.
Nancy: Mila, cheerleaders don't say, "Yes team, that was very nice." They say, "Wound, maim, kill!"
Mila:
Oh. Wound, maim, kill.
Nancy:
You'll never make the squad looking so depressed.
Mila:
I can't help it. How can I cheer when it's all I can do to get through this party tonight? And it's my last with Garrett.
Nancy:
You can't get through it if you don't get to it. (walks away)
Mila:
I guess. (gets up from bed)

Sydney is sitting at the vanity in her bedroom brushing her hair. Mayor Rutledge walks in room.
Mayor:
Sydney, you'll be late to your own party.
Sydney:
(laughs) Right. Okay. (pulls her hair behind her head) Now, down or back?
Mayor: What?
Sydney:
My hair! I've got to make a splash tonight.
Mayor:
Does it matter? (pulls Sydney's hair back) You look beautiful either way.
Sydney:
(laughs) I think you've been in politics too long.
Mayor:
Maybe. (pauses) Look, I'll be at your party later, okay? Have fun.
Sydney:
I'll try! (continues to play with her hair)
Mayor:
When you're young is definitely the time to have it.
The Mayor frowns in the mirror while Sydney grins.

Garrett is standing on the Booth porch. Glory enters.
Glory:
Boy. You and dad were really going at it. What did he say?
Garrett:
(sighs) Why do parents pretend to be reasonable when they know that they're not gonna listen to a word you say?
Glory:
Garrett, what did he say?
Garrett:
He said there's no point in me starting school Monday if I'm shipping off to France in a week and a half.
Glory:
Oh. I'm sorry.
Garrett: Did you tell Mila I was gonna meet her at the party?
Glory:
Uh-huh. And I told J.T. I'd meet him there a little later, too.
Garrett:
Why?
Glory:
Well, I thought you might want some company after a fight like that.
Garrett:
(turns around and smiles at her) Thanks.
Glory:
You know, I'm really gonna miss you if you go away.
Garrett:
I'll try to miss you, too.
Glory:
(swats at him angrily) Garrett!
Garrett:
Just joking! (reaches over to hug Glory) You are the best sister a guy could have.

The Swan Club pool. Saja and Sandy are at the food table.
Sandy:
I finished my song.
Saja:
(picking up burgers and putting them on his plate) Ah, yes. The song that begins with the Vulcan mindmeld. (pauses) You want one? (picks up another burger)
Sandy:
Actually, I've given up meat. You inspired me.
Saja:
Oh! (pauses and glances at Callie) Thanks. No one's said that to me in a long time. (looks back at Callie)

Owen almost falls into the pool while using his camcorder but Neil snags his shirt and pulls him away in time. Jimmy and Callie are watching him.
Jimmy: Talk about going overboard. Look what he's filming.
Callie:
(laughs) Yeah, he's dedicated.
Jimmy:
What could possibly interest Barek in those tapes?
Callie:
I don't know. But don't get wet because as soon as Owen leaves, we're right after him.
Jimmy nods.

Mila and J.T. are sitting on the ground by the pool.
Mila:
That was beautiful. You know it by heart?
J.T.:
I know all the Shakespeare sonnets by heart.
Mila:
Really?
J.T.:
Well, just the published ones. He wrote most of them to a mysterious, dark-haired woman.

Sydney walks over to Jimmy and Callie.
Sydney:
Um, Jimmy? Could you excuse Callie and I for a second?
Jimmy shrugs and walks away.
Sydney:
Thank you. (pauses) Okay, Callie, please tell me that birth certificate came.
Callie:
I'm sorry, Sydney. I just talked to J.T. and Neil, and....
Sydney:
(sighs and glances over at Garrett and Glory who just entered the club) I have everything but time. (looks back at Garrett and Glory)

Garrett and Glory are standing at the door, staring at Mila and J.T.
Mila:
Who do you think the dark lady in the sonnets was?
J.T.:
I don't know.
Garrett and Glory approach Mila and J.T.
Garrett:
Mila.
Mila:
Garrett! (she and J.T. stand up and walk over to Garrett and Glory) I'm so glad you finally got here.
Garrett:
Yeah, I can see you missed me.
Mila:
I did! I was so miserable until J.T. and I started talking.
Garrett: (glares at J.T.) Great.
Mila:
We were discussing poetry.
J.T.:
Yes. Mila really knows her iambic pentameter.
Mila:
Well, I've had a great teacher. (smiles at Garrett)
Glory:
The only thing my brother could teach is the difference between a worm and a snake!
J.T.:
Glory!
Glory:
I'm hungry.
J.T.:
Why don't we get something-
Glory:
Yes! (grabs J.T.'s shirt and drags him away)
Mila:
Do you want to go swimming? I can do three different strokes now after our lessons.
Garrett:
Yeah. But can we stay afloat when we're apart?
Mila:
I hope we don't have to. (takes Garrett's hands and smiles at him) Besides, you can't leave me. You're my agent.
Garrett:
Speaking of that, where's Owen? Owen!
Garrett pulls Mila toward Owen, who is filming something in the cabanas with his video camera.
Owen:
Yeah? ...This is gonna be great for the credits!
Garrett:
Listen, you're gonna have that video shot and edited in the next couple of days, right?
Owen:
Barring any technical difficulties.
Garrett:
Good. Because that video's gonna make Mila a star!
Owen:
Then I'll go right to it! (leaves the club)
Jimmy:
There he goes! (grabs Callie's hand) Come on!
Callie:
Shouldn't we take Saja with us?
Jimmy:
He's got his hands full. Come on! (Jimmy and Callie quickly leave the club)

Sydney starts speaking to everyone in the club on a microphone.
Sydney:
Attention! Attention, everybody. I want to officially welcome you all to my goodbye to summer party.
J.T.:
More like a good riddance to Garrett party! (gives Neil a high-five)
Sydney: And I especially want everyone to have a good time because- (microphone squeaks. Sydney blows on it) Because who knows what's gonna happen tomorrow.
Shot of Garrett reaching for Mila's hand, Saja and Sandy smiling at each other, and J.T. putting his arm around Glory, who both have troubled looks on their faces.

-Cut to commercial break-

The Tool and Die. Barek is standing behind a small TV set, and Owen is leaning against a table in front of it, eating ice cream.
Barek:
(fiddles with the back of the TV set, then walks away and shuts off the lights) Listen, I'm sorry, but the popcorn popper crashed.
Owen:
(shrugs) The tripple ripple's cool... (Barek walks over to the table and joins Owen in front of the TV set) Um, remember, this is my first try at serious filmmaking.
Barek:
Aw, come on man, even Fellini had to start somewhere. (playfully flips the brim of Owen's hat down and picks up the remote) And... action! (plays video)
On the video, Ralph and Sydney, who is dressed down and wearing a green facial mask, are standing in the middle of the Rutledge's cluttered attic. [Note: this clip was taken from a previous episode.]
Ralph:
[in video] Sydney, you-- you have made your face disappear.
The camera moves over to the door of the Tool and Die, which is open a crack. Callie and Jimmy are peeking inside, watching the video and chuckling.
Sydney:
[in video] (laughs) It's called a midday mud mask. It's a Rutledge family beauty secret. It's been so for centuries.
Ralph:
[in video] Oh.
Owen:
[in video] Too cool!
Sydney:
[in video] (quickly turns around and shrieks when she sees Owen taping her. She runs around the attic, looking for something to cover her face with while Owen continues to record. Finding a framed picture of herself, she holds it in front of her face.) Owen, what are you doing here?!

The camera cuts from the shot of Sydney's picture in Owen's video to a close-up of Sydney in the present, who is standing by the Swan Club pool, talking to Garrett.
Sydney: (shaking her head) I'm not worried.
Garrett:
(smirking) You could have fooled me.
Sydney:
As soon as you show that birth certificate to your father, he's gonna know it's a pathetic lie.
Garrett:
(turns around to face her) That's just it. I'm not going to show it to my father. I'm gonna wait until the concert.
Sydney:
You wouldn't.
Garrett:
(folds his arms across his chest) Then I'm gonna announce the fact that you are Sandy and Sandy is you. The press will circle like sharks and your mother's campaign will be like bait.
Sydney:
You're- you're sick.
Garrett:
(laughing) Besides, your mother accused my father of losing all the town records. Here's one that hasn't been lost.
Sydney:
How can you do this to me?
Garrett:
Of course, that's if, uh...
Sydney:
If what?
Garrett:
If my plan to make myself indispensible to Mila's career fails to impress my father.
Sydney:
(steps up to Garrett) You're a dreamer. (she turns around to walk away, but Garrett sharply pulls her back and makes her face him)
Garrett:
I'm your worst nightmare.
Mayor Rutledge quickly walks over to them.
Mayor:
What is this? (glares at Garrett) What is this?
Garrett:
(turns toward Mayor) Mayor.
Mayor:
Take your hands off my daughter.
Garrett:
(smirks) Gladly. (lets go of Sydney and walks away)
Mayor:
(steps toward Sydney and places her hands on her shoulders) Sydney...
Sydney:
Mother, don't worry. It's okay.
Mayor:
No, it is not okay. It's just another sign that everything is changing... for the worse.
Sydney:
Mother!
Mayor:
(glances at her watch and cups Sydney's face in her hands) Look, I have a few calls to make. Don't-don't worry. Everything will be fine. (pats Sydney's shoulder and walks away)
Sydney looks after her mother, confused.

The Tool and Die. Barek and Owen are still watching the video, and Callie and Jimmy are still peeking into the shop, watching it as well.
On the video, J.T. and Neil are standing in front of a mailbox, chatting. Barek is watching them on screen warily. [Note: this clip was taken from a previous episode.]
J.T.:
[in video] (speaking with a mock Russian accent) Certainly, Professor. Or, should I say, "Vann?"
Neil:
[in video] (also speaking with mock accent) Thank you, Professor Vann.
J.T.:
[in video] You're welcome, Professor Vann.
On the video, J.T. and Neil do their "UB2B handshake" and the camera zooms out, revealing Baldie #1 hiding in the bushes, spying on them.
Barek:
(waves his hand at Owen) Hey, hey, hey. Freeze the frame.
The screen pauses on a shot of Baldie #1's profile with J.T. and Neil in the background. Barek studies it intently, with a somewhat knowing look on his face. The camera moves over to Callie and Jimmy, who are still peeking into the shop and gaping at what they've just seen on the video. The turn away from the shop to talk.
Jimmy:
(gesturing toward the shop, speaking in a low voice) That's the guy who followed Saja.
Callie:
(also speaking in a low voice) The one we chased out of Swans Shop.
Jimmy:
Yeah, yeah, the guy with the band-aids on his head!
Callie:
He's the one after J.T. and Neil! Well, one of the ones. (she grabs Jimmy's arm and pulls him back over to the door to continue watching the video)

The Swan Club Pool. Saja, J.T., Neil, Glory, Sandy, Sydney, and Mila are in the pool, playing with some inflatable pool toys.
Saja: Come on, J.T. Give me the ball before I come and get it from ya! (a beach ball hits him on the head)
Sydney and Sandy are splashing J.T. with water and hitting him with another beach ball.
J.T.:
Hey, whose side are you guys on anyway? (swims away from the girls)
Sydney, Sandy, Glory and Mila:
Ours!
Nancy:
(standing at the edge of the pool) Glory, Mila! Guys against girls! (jumps in the pool)
Glory and Mila: Yeah!
The girls are all shrieking as they continue to play with the guys in the pool. (In case you're wondering where Garrett is, he's still fully clothed in his long sleeved shirt and trunks, walking around the edge of the pool, looking like he doesn't want to get wet.) Mayor Rutledge is watching the kids in the pool sadly, brushing away a tear. Baldie #1, who is now dressed in pool clothes and has a towel around his neck, is watching them as well with a sinister look on his face. The camera zooms in again on the kids laughing and having fun in the pool. The screen freezes on this shot and then fades to black. The words, "To be continued... Let us hear from you!" appear on the screen as strange music plays in the background.

-Cut to commercial break and closing credits-