[time traveling sounds] Blimey! This is Baggington, Warwickshire! But why’d we end up here, inspector? The question isn’t “why”, constable, but “when”! Inspector, take cover! Blorgons! “Eradicate. Eradicate.” This is the strangest episode I’ve ever seen. Was that you, Abed? [laughs] Now that we’re all brown, I can’t tell which one he is. [scoffs] Just when I thought he was having a racism dry spell. It’s strange that you should note that we’re now all brown, because we’ve always been brown. We’re brown paper bags. In my psych class, we’re learning about identity crises. Maybe Pierce is having an identity crisis about being a paper “baig”. A … a paper what? Paper … “baig”? [everyone laughs] What the hell is wrong with her? “Bag” news, everyone! [chuckles] The cafeteria will be closed tomorrow (for the exterminators) So we’ll be having our first annual Bagged Lunch Day! Just when you thought the school couldn’t get any cheaper, it got cheaper. I guess it’s “bag” to the drawing board. I can’t believe they’re making us bring
our own lunches tomorrow. I already make my lunches for the boys. It’s really not that difficult. I just some sandwiches with – That’s easy for you — you’re a woman! Excuse me? Wait it’s easier for women to make lunch? Figuring out this lunch problem is harder than just a few cucumbers and Wonder Bread! It’s really not such a big problem … and lunch doesn’t have to be cucumber sandwiches. I have a giant cucumber. It’s in my pants. Does anyone else find it strange that we’re bags and we’re bringing back lunches tomorrow? [everyone argues] [table slam] Listen to yourselves! You’re arguing about bagged lunches! ♫ inspirational music ♫ We’ve been going to this school for almost three years, and it has thrown a lot at us to threaten the fabric of this group. But through it all, we persevered. Are bag lunch is kind of crappy? Yes. But every fiber of my 100% recycled paper body tell me we aren’t going to let this get us into a mild argument. We’re better than that. ♫ music swells ♫ Gay!