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Stephanie even mentions the article she read in "Teen Week" about the fact that she's supposed to kiss Josh during their date(s), but D. tells her that she is not a teen yet, and also feels that Stephanie really is not ready for the dating gig just yet.
She also adds that she and Steve kiss because they want to, not because they're supposed to. [cut to Kimmy again] 'Step #2: Compliment your date on his appearance.' Kimmy: Well, what do you say if your date has pit stains and smells like a hamper?
Michelle teaches the twins how to sweep, apparently passing Danny's spring-cleaning tradition onto them as well. Fifth-grader Stephanie's friend Josh asks her if she wants to go with him and the rest of the baseball team to a pizza parlor and just hang out. J.'s help, Stephanie makes the mistake of thinking that it will be more than just hanging out – it will be her first date.
Meanwhile, Joey invites his and Jesse's boss, Alison Axelrod, over for dinner.
For some reason, watching people awkwardly try to impress others was super enjoyable for us.Joey, who would like to date her, might end up messing dinner up because he becomes a nervous klutz whenever he is around her. While Stephanie gets ready for what she hopes to be an unforgettable evening (that turns into one she'd rather forget), even hoping to kiss him, Josh is oblivious to the attraction. So Stephanie's former roommate has to keep the current roommate out of the discussion by escorting her back over to her bed, as the chat only regards the two former roommates, and them alone. [Kimmy and Stephanie nod their heads.] [That night...] D. The two have a chat about if, when, how, and how long to kiss (as the inspirational music plays).
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