Sure, Linda, anyone would mistake a doddering oldtimer with a camcorder for a "movie crew". It's really just ol' Pa Blackburn, whose cross to bear (other than having meddlesome Roberta for a wife) is having to visually document his family's every move.
But if the "vendos" were removed from the faculty workroom, how did Cody 'n' Owen get in trouble yesterday for…ah, who gives a crap. So where else outside this comic strip would you hear the harmless vendo referred to as the "Carousel of Death"?
Linda the Lunch Cop has rounded up a couple of perps for "in-school detention" (as opposed to what?). In their quest to satisfy their snack food "jones", Cody and Owen have (gasp!) violated the sanctity of the faculty workroom! Cody attempts to look nonchalant while Principal Nate looks ready to go to work on our homies here with a pair of pliers and a blowtorch.
Les vents to his "work wife" Linda about how another student tried to pass off a purchased paper as his own work. I wonder if that student's offense was dealt with as lightly as was Maddie's? "Everyone deserves a second chance, Cory…so here's what I'm going to do. Your dad owns a pizza parlor…so why don't you make a pizza in the shape of a whale?"
So: is Bull really this stupid and clueless? Or does he enjoy being a shit-disturber?
Where does he come up with the "new address: Splitsville" line? Does he watch Access: Hollywood? Is there no suitable sports analogy, like "Les and Cayla's romance is on the 15-day DL"? Susan's initial reaction to the "Splitsville" news is studiously casual, but when Bull goes on to mention the "movie deal" she nearly loses it: she's all lines-flying-from-the-head, triangle-mouthed, and making that hand-to-the-bosom gesture like Blondie. Bull suddenly remembers he's been told to keep this news to himself. "Nuts", he says (second time in a week TB's invoked that old-timey expression), and "nuts" is what Susan surely is about to go…
In the aftermath of the Les-pocalypse, jilted Cayla confides in Linda over coffee in the faculty workroom. Linda takes the opportunity to entice Cayla into a lesbian affair, but her overture is immediately interrupted when husband Bull arrives on the scene. Linda sheepishly reverts to the role of doting wife, and Bull responds with, what else, a sports-themed quip. And um, one doesn't retire one's own number, the team does.