|Date Posted||October 31st, 2007|
|URL|| youtube.com |
|Location(s)|| The rented house|
|YouTube Tags||lonelygirl15 lg15 danielbeast daniel jonas jonastko soccerstar hymnofone order|
|Executive Producer(s)|| Miles Beckett and Greg Goodfried|
|Series Producer(s)|| Amanda Goodfried|
|Supervising Producer(s)|| Mary Feuer|
|Director(s)|| Marcello Daciano|
|Camera|| Justin Thompson|
|Vidplay|| Jonathan Robert Kaplan|
|Story|| Mary Feuer, Jan Libby, Jonathan Robert Kaplan, and Mesh Flinders|
|Editor(s)|| Kevin Schlanser|
|Music Supervisor|| Seth Jacobs|
|Next|| "Sarah and the City"|
|Next by Daniel||"Gay or Not?"|
School’s In is the three-hundred thirty-sixth video in the lonelygirl15 video series. It is also the eightieth video of season two. This video is correctly called "School’s In ", with a punctuation apostrophe (right single quotation mark) instead of a typewriter apostrophe - it resides here for easier accessibility.
Daniel: I'm an idiot.
Mallory: A dope.
Daniel: A moron.
Mallory: A dork.
Daniel: A loser.
Mallory: A fool. A geek. A nerd. A...
Mallory: Okay, tell them why, honey.
Daniel: Mallory decided to take Professor DelMundo to coffee.
Mallory: You mean, the stuck-up Professor DelMundo? The one with the crappy film and the stupid class?
Daniel: Uh-huh. And she somehow got him to let me back in.
Mallory: Now, how do we feel about this?
Daniel: I would say... like this! (Begins kissing her arm.)
Mallory: Oh. Oh. (Giggles. Daniel begins kissing her face and she starts laughing harder.)
Daniel: Just like that.
Daniel: Let's hope he never sees the video, though.
Mallory: Yeah, let's.
Mallory: Because I'm sick and tired of buying him Cafe De Leches, and you can't afford to take me out to any more nice restaurants for nice dinners.
Daniel: Who said anything about nice restaurants or nice dinners?
(Daniel looks at Mallory and the two begin kissing again.)
- This video was officially posted exactly two hours after the prior video, School's Out. However, for a short time on YouTube, this video was available out of sequence before School's Out, and was then made private.