Charlotte Sartre arrives at her study date's house only to find that she's not home. She pounds on the door wondering why Scarlett Sage isn't answering. When Scarlett finally gets there, she tells Charlotte she was at cheerleader practice. Charlotte scoffs at the fact that Scarlett doesn't even apologize, making her wait for almost an hour. When they finally start studying, Charlotte starts belittling Scarlett about the work. When Scarlett reveals that she's actually not a spoiled little rich girl, they duke it out until they realize there's more than meets the eye here. Both girls come from broken homes and when they notice they have more in common than they think, they both realize they were in the wrong. They apologize to each other and embrace. When Charlotte finds out Scarlett's single, she asks her if she's ever been with a girl. When she proclaims that she's not a lesbian, Charlotte clarifies that hooking up with a girl doesn't automatically make you gay. Seizing the moment, Charlotte plants a kiss right on Scarlett's lips. When Charlotte asks her how she feels, it turns out Scarlett liked it more than she thought she would. Charlotte takes off Scarlett's shirt and throws the book on the ground saying that they won't be needing that anymore. Scarlett giggles as the girls start making out. When the girls finally undress each other it looks like study time is officially over. It's true what they say, opposites attract!