Tanner and Jack meet to discuss book seven of The Baby-Sitters Club series, "Claudia and Mean Janine" and things get MEAN. This probably won't surprise you, but one of them identifies strongly with the fun, cool, and charming Claudia, and one of us is an insufferable, pedantic nerd.
Nietzche, following Heraclitus, says, in Twilight of the Idols, that being is an empty fiction and the only reality is becoming. Mimi's assertion that "Time is change" directly echoes this. The relevant Heraclitus quote here, via Plato's Cratylus, is:
τὰ ὄντα ἰέναι τε πάντα καὶ μένειν οὐδέν
"All entities move, and nothing remains still."
What Claudia wore this week: "black jeans, a giant bright blue T-shirt, and a snake bracelet that I wore above my elbow." It's her favorite "art class outfit," whatever that means.