English class: Everyone is required to write an essay about someone they look up to; the day it's due, Mike decides to take Penn's, crumble it as a ball and give it to Crash. Crash gets curious and decides to read it. After reading it, he finds answers to some questions and towards to end of class gives Penn back the essay.
Hey! What's your problem?
Figure it out.
Abby's attempts of making her home a wildlife habitat continues by provoking her to scare away the ChemLawn man -who is there to kill the weeds- by holding a garden shovel like a baseball bat.
I half-quit my job!
Crash explains how most of the time the big kids are the slowest while the small is the fastest; though it's different for him because he is both big and fast. To him, football and track are practically the same because of the speed . But he isn't the only fastest kid on track- Penn is considered as the second fastest kid, seconds behind Crash.
Jane blames Crash for a note given to Penn, threatening him to eat meat or else he would never see his turtle again. This makes Crash angry, so after school he left to Mike's house to find the turtle, almost getting into a fight with him. In the next chapter Scooter finally comes home from the hospital.
It was the Penn Relays week, and the coach of the track team explained how the school had their own traditions for the relays. In 45, Crash's mom half quits her job to spend more time with the family since she was always working.
It was the Penn Relays, and when it came almost to the end, Crash wasn't sure if he wanted to win or not, but in the end he shouted out "Lean!' allowing Penn to win. In 47, Crash explained how it felt weird letting Penn win the race but once everyone found out how he helped them get to second place, everyone cheered for him- including Crash deep down.