Steffie and Kimmie return to Magnolia Grove High School for a Class Reunion. They invite Spencer. Spencer asks, “Weren’t North View and Magnolia Grove serious rivals?”
Kimmie puts her arm around Spencer’s shoulder and quips, “Yes. But we aren’t rivals.”
When they get to the event, a few alumni confront Spencer, “Hey! Didn’t you go to North Vista?!”
Kimmie and Steffie both hold Spencer’s hands and say, “He used to, but that doesn’t matter.”
Kimmie says, “I’m his best friend.”
Steffie says, “And I’m his sister.”
One of the alumni in the group snaps, “Once a Mustang, always a Mustang.”
Kimmie makes a sarcastic joke, “Well, we just got our bridles.”
The alumni continues to argue, “Mustangs at heart!”
Steffie says, “If that’s how you wanna ride, then find another steed!”
Lan, who was having a little snack nearby, heard the entire thing. Wanting to defend her friends, she gets an idea. Lan goes up to the DJ and asks, “Can you play a song about a mustang whose spirit cannot be broken?”
Knowing exactly what Lan is asking for, the DJ announces, “This one’s for all you Mustangs at heart: no matter where you came from, your spirit is strong!” Then he puts a very fitting song. Kimmie, Steffie and Spencer know all the words. They sing along until the unfriendly alumni leave them alone. The rest of the reunion goes smoothly.
After the reunion, Kimmie and Spencer return to their college. Steffie comes along, because her Thanksgiving Break is almost over and she wants to say her goodbyes. “I’m at the Arlington School of Art if you ever want to visit me,” Steffie offers.
Spencer says, “And if you want to visit me and Kimmie, you can find us in the Gates Technology Building. You know, creating video games.”
Steffie smiles and says, “And you can put them on the game website I’m creating.”
Kimmie says, “You’ll get some of our work. Just upload the file via FTP.”
Steffie, always the one to use foresight, says, “Maybe when we’re done with college, we can start our own business. Making games for websites.”
Kimmie nods her head, and says to Steffie, “Sounds good to me, but let’s finish our education and see what happens.”
Spencer says to Steffie, “And whatever happens, it’ll be good.”
Steffie smiles. “Guess I won’t have to worry about you two anymore.” She turns to Spencer, and says: “Spencer, you have really grown up.” Steffie hugs Spencer, then hugs Kimmie. She says to both: “Good luck in all you do. You have the same determined mindset. If you work together, you can do anything.” After saying goodbye, Steffie slings her bag over her shoulder and departs to the bus that will take her back to Arlington.