|"Spanish 101": Annie and Shirley are inspired by Britta to stage a protest against Guatamala.
"Football, Feminism and You": While in the women's restroom, Britta comforts Annie over her recent difficulties dealing with Troy and Jeff.
"Investigative Journalism": Buddy recounts to the study group a fantasy he had about Annie and Britta wearing cheerleader outfits and wrestling in a pool filled with whip cream.
"Romantic Expressionism": Annie asks permission from Britta to date her ex-boyfriend Vaughn. After giving her consent, Britta later conspires with Jeff to break them up ostensibly for Annie's own good.
"Interpretive Dance": Annie wishes Britta good luck at her recital but gets upset when she sees Britta and Troy performing a provocative dance together on stage.
"The Science of Illusion": Britta tries to play a prank which ends up becoming a crime scene that Annie, along with Shirley, are asked to investigate as volunteer campus security guards.
"Modern Warfare": At the beginning of the annual paintball assassination game, Britta leads Annie and Shirley in an all female squad to win the prize
"English as a Second Language": Britta along with the rest of the study group is angered when it's discovered Annie ratted out Chang and possibly cost them a passing grade in Spanish 101.
"Pascal's Triangle Revisited": At the Tranny Dance, Britta competes with Slater for Jeff's affections with Annie later joining in on the competition.