Little mascara to bring it out? Little?
Your lips. Try some lipstick.
You have nice, pretty lips.

And your cheekbones.
Look at your hair. It's beautiful hair. You
could just put it up a little, add a little curl.

What do you think?
Well, what do you wanna know?
Why Tommy asked her to the prom.
I asked him to.
What for?
What could you possibly
have had in mind?

I thought it would be a good thing for
Carrie, to join in and be with people...

- Make her a part of things?
- Right.

Come on, Sue.
We're not that stupid.
- Neither is Carrie.
- That means... I don't know.

You mean you're not gonna go.
Stay home and miss your own prom?

Come in.
- What is it?
- The attendance sheets, Miss Collins.

You know you can't go without a date.
Is there anything else, Norma?
- No, Miss Collins.
- Thank you, Norma.

Which brings us to you.
- I have to get to practice.
- Well, that's too bad.

- If you don't mind, it's between Sue and l.
- But I do mind... unless, of course,

you'd like to continue this little
discussion in Mr Morton's office.

What is the big deal?!
Because it is a very big deal
for Carrie White, and you know it.

She already said no, anyway.
- Yeah, well, you can change that.
- Don't count your chickens.

- Just don't try...
- Fine. I won't try.

Wait a second! It's not fine!
You can't order someone
not to take someone to the prom!

I can make sure you don't hurt
Carrie White any more.