Melissa is not fond of parent-teacher night. Scott is a decent student, but his teachers always have something to say about how he's too quiet in class, or how he's too talkative, if he shares it with Stiles. She's glad those boys have each other, but it's more stress than she likes to have after work. They expect her to have something to say to all their comments, like she'll thank them for the advice and incorporate it into her parenting. Well, she's done enough parenting. Her kid can handle himself, and she'll be there to support him when he can't.
She's leaving the English teacher's passive-aggressive rant when she bumps into him.
"Oh, excuse me. Sorry about that, I can barely get myself from point A to point B."