(Next siku at school, Serena came into the classroom and met Brock and Dawn)
Brock: Is that your natural hair color?
Serena: Yeah.
Brock: It's gorgeous.
Serena: Thank you.
Brock: See, this is the color I want.
Dawn: This is Brock. He's almost too gay to function.
Serena: Nice to meet you.
Gary: Nice wig, Dawn. What's it made of?
Dawn: Your mom's chest hair! I'm Dawn.
Serena: Hi, I'm Serena. Do wewe guys know where Room G is? "Health, Tuesday/Thursday, Room G ."
Dawn: I think that's in the back building.
Brock: Yeah, that's in the back building.
Dawn: Yeah, we'll take wewe there.
Serena: Thanks.
(Serena, Dawn and Brock are walking in the hallway)
Brock: Watch out, please! New meat coming through!
(cut to the outside of the school)
Brock: "Health. Spanish." You're taking 12th grade calculus?
Serena: Yeah, I like math.
Dawn: Why?
Serena: Because it's the same in every country.
Brock: That's beautiful. This girl is deep.
Serena: Where's the back building?
Dawn: It burned down in 1987.
Serena: Won't we get in some sort of trouble for this?
Dawn: Why would we get wewe into trouble? We're your friends.
Serena: I know it's wrong to skip class, but Dawn alisema we were friends. And I was in no position to pass up friends. I guess I'll never know what I missed on that first siku of health class.
(Cut to the health class)
Professor Birch: Don't have sex. Because wewe will get pregnant and die. Don't have sex in the missionary position, don't have sex standing up. Just don't do it, promise? OK, everybody take some rubbers.
(Cut to the outside)
Brock: Why didn't they just keep home-schooling you?
Serena: They wanted me to get socialized.
Brock: Oh, you'll get socialized, all right. A little slice like you.
Serena: What are wewe talking about?
Dawn: You're a regulation hottie.
Serena: What?
Brock; Own it.
Dawn: How do wewe spell your name again, Sarina?
Serena: It's Serena. S-E-R-E-N-A.
Dawn: Yeah, I'm gonna call wewe Sarina.
(Serena, Brock and Dawn saw the group come out of the gym)
Brock: In the name of all that is holy, will wewe look at Bianca's gym clothes?
Dawn: Of course all The Plastics are in the same gym class.
Serena: Who are The Plastics?
Brock: They're teen royalty. If Kanto was Us Weekly, they would always be on the cover.
(Cut to Bianca who plays the ball wrong)
Dawn: That one there, that's Bianca. She is one of the dumbest girls wewe will ever meet. Brock sat inayofuata to her in English last year.
Brock: She asked me how to spell "orange".
(Cut to Georgia who is talking on the phone)
Dawn: And that little one? That's Georgia.
Brock: She's totally rich because her father invented kibaniko, mashine ya kubanika mkate Strudel.
Dawn: Georgia knows everybody's business. She knows everything about everyone.
Brock: That's why her hair is so big. It's full of secrets.
(Cut to Misty who carried kwa the guys)
Dawn: And evil takes a human form in Misty. Don't be fooled, because she may seem like your typical selfish, back-stabbing, slut-faced ho-bag. But in reality, she is so much zaidi than that.
Brock: She's the Queen bee. The star. Those other two are just her little workers.
Dawn: Misty. How do I even begin to explain Misty?
May: Misty is flawless.
Zoey: She has two Fendi purses and a silver Lexus.
Clemont: I hear her hair's insured for $10,000
Ursula: I hear she does car commercials. In Japan.
Mallow: Her inayopendelewa movie is Varsity Blues.
Lana: One time, she met John Stamos on a plane.
Lillie: And he told her she was pretty.
Burgundy: One time, she punched me in the face. It was awesome.
(cut to the hallway)
Brock: She always looks fierce. She always wins Spring Fling Queen.
Dawn: Who cares?
Brock: I care.
Dawn: Every year, the seniors throw this dance for the underclassmen called The Spring Fling. And whomsoever is elected Spring Fling King and Queen automatically becomes head of the Student Activities Committee.
Brock: And since I am an active member of the Student Activities Committee, I would say, yeah, I care.
Dawn: Brock, you've truly out-gayed yourself. Here. This map is gonna be your guide to Kanto. Now, where wewe sit in the cafeteria is crucial because wewe got everybody there. wewe got your freshmen, ROTC guys, preps, JV jocks, Asian nerds, cool Asians, varsity jocks, unfriendly black hotties, girls who eat their feelings, girls who don't eat anything, desperate wannabes, burnouts, sexually active band geeks, the greatest people wewe will ever meet and the worst. Beware of The Plastics.
(Cut to the cafeteria where Trip shows up to Serena)
Trip: Hey. We're doing a lunchtime survey of new students. Can wewe answer a few questions?
Serena: OK.
Trip: Is your muffin, mkate ule ulikuwa mtamu buttered?
Serena: What?
Trip: Would wewe like us to assign someone to siagi your muffin?
Serena: My what?
Misty: Is he bothering you? Trip, why are wewe such a skeez?
Trip: I'm just being friendly.
Georgia: wewe were supposed to call me last night.
Misty: Trip. wewe do not come to a party at my house with Georgia and then scam on some poor, innocent girl right in front of us three days later. She's not interested. Do wewe wanna have sex with him?
Serena: No, thank you.
Misty: Good. So it's settled. So wewe can go shave your back now. Bye, Trip.
Trip: Bitch.
Misty: (to Serena) Wait. Sit down. Seriously, sit down. (Serena sits down in the chair) Why don't I know you?
Serena: I'm new. I just moved here from Kalos.
Misty: What?
Serena: I used to be home-schooled.
Misty: Wait. What? - My mom taught me at home...
Misty: No, no. I know what home-school is. I'm not retarded. So you've actually never been to a real school before? (Serena shook her head) Shut up. Shut up.
Serena:  I didn't say anything.
Misty: Home-schooled. That's really interesting.
Serena: Thanks.
Misty: But you're, like, really pretty.
Serena; Thank you.
Misty: So wewe agree.
Serena: What?
Misty: wewe think you're really pretty.
Serena: Oh, I don't know...
Misty: Oh, my God, I upendo your bracelet. Where did wewe get it?
Serena: Oh, my mom made it for me.
Misty: It's adorable.
Georgia: Oh, it's so fetch.
Misty: What is "fetch"?
Georgia: Oh, it's, like, slang. From England.
Bianca: So if you're from Kalos... ...why are wewe white?
Georgia: Oh, my God, Bianca, wewe can't just ask people why they're white.
Misty: Could wewe give us some privacy for, like, one second?
Serena: Yeah, sure.
Dawn: What are wewe doing? (Serena shrugs)
Misty: OK, wewe should just know that we don't do this a lot, so this is, like, a really huge deal.
Georgia: We wanna invite wewe to have lunch with us every siku for the rest of the week.
Serena: Oh, it's OK...
Misty: Coolness. So we'll see wewe tomorrow.
Bianca: On Wednesdays, we wear pink.
(Cut to the girl's bathroom where Serena talks to Brock and Dawn)
Dawn: Oh, my God! OK, wewe have to do it, OK? And then wewe have to tell me all the horrible things that Misty says.
Serena: Misty seems sweet.
Dawn: Misty is not sweet. She's a scum-sucking road whore! She ruined my life!
Brock: She's fabulous, but she's evil.
Girl: Hey, get out of here!
Brock: Oh, my God, Danny DeVito. I upendo your work!
Serena: Why do wewe hate her?
Dawn: What do wewe mean?
Serena: Misty. wewe seem to really hate her.
Dawn: Yes. What's your question?
Serena: Well, my swali is, why?
Brock: Misty started this rumor that Dawn was...
Dawn: Brock! Shall we not? Now, look. This isn't about hating her, OK? I just think that it would be, like, a fun little experiment if wewe were to hang out with them and then tell us everything that they say.
Serena: What do we even talk about?
Dawn: Hair products.
Brock: Ashton Kutcher.
Serena: Is that a band?
Dawn: Would wewe just do it? Please?
Serena: OK, fine. Do wewe have anything pink?
Brock: Yes.
Dawn: No.
(cut to Math class)
Serena: kwa eighth period, I was so happy to get to math class. I mean, I'm good at math. I understand math. Nothing in math class could mess me up.
(Ash turns to Serena)
Ash: Hey, do wewe have a pencil I can borrow?
(Serena started to blush when Ash is looking at her)
Serena: I've only had one other crush in my life. His name was Duncan, and we were 5.
(Little Serena hugs Duncan but he stormed off)
Serena: It didn't work out. But this one hit me like a big, yellow school bus. (Serena hands Ash a pencil)
Professor Juniper: Serena, what do wewe say?
Serena: He was... So cute.
(whole class turned to Serena)
Serena: I mean, A-sub-N equals N plus one over four.
Professor Juniper: That's right. That's good. Very good. All right, let's talk about your homework.
(Serena came nyumbani from school)
Noah: Hey. How was your sekunde day?
Serena: Fine.
Noah: Were people nice?
Serena: No.
Noah: Did wewe make any friends?
Serena: Yeah.


To be continued...