Kyle and Amanda meet. She has heard about the deaths of Kyle's "parents" and gives him the charm of the patron saint for those who have lost a parent. Kyle contemplates telling the truth about Charlie's cheating ways to Amanda but is interupted by him. He also makes trips to train with Foss, where he is learning to use his mind to control his body temperature ("mind over matter").
Lori and Hillary decide that they want to "revirginize", seeing as all of their troubles began once sex entered the picture. Once they realize that they do not really know what else to do with their lives other than think of boys and sex, they decide to consult a virgin. This brings them to Amanda, who is working on the bonfire committee. When they tell Amanda of their plans to revirginize, Amanda asks them if they thought sex was a mistake; Amanda seems a bit uncomfortable. She tells Lori and Hillary that, since it's her and Charlie's two-year anniversary, she thought that maybe it was time to lose her virginity. Hillary and Lori are shocked and tell her that this is a bad idea, but do not want to tell her why. Lori then calls Kyle during his training with Foss. When Kyle hears, he leaves immediately, tell Foss that he does not want to change the world; he only wants to be ordinary.
Kyle then gets to the bonfire, where he considers telling Amanda about Charlie. Declan and Lori talk, and Declan breaks up with Lori. She is emotionally torn apart, despite telling him that he has been erased and they "never happened" (after revirginizing, she has erased their sex as well). Meanwhile Charlie is talking to a new girl, who goes to the sex shack to wait for him while he "sorts something out". Then he confronts Kyle, but Kyle gets distracted. Jessi has somehow been brainwashed. she believes she is Emily Hollander's younger sister, and is a new girl trying to blend in and make new friends. Jessi is on the other side of the bonfire, and she and Kyle can both sense each other. But Charlie pulls Kyle out of his reverie by yelling at him, and Jessi is bumped by another teen. The boy apologizes and touches her arm, prompting her to subconsciously remember the man in the forest who assaulted her. She then begins to choke him, but Emily Hollander comes and gets her to stop. They then leave the bonfire - fast.
Charlie then confronts Kyle, asking him what the heck he is doing. Charlie wants to start a fight, but Declan comes and breaks it up. The three begin to argue, but Kyle senses a fire. Some sparks from the bonfire ignite a propane container, setting the shack on fire with the girl inside. Charlie leaves to get help, and Kyle enters the shack and pulls out the girl, who has passed out. Kyle's clothes are set on fire, and Declan puts them out, but is astonished when he sees that Kyle has not been burnt. Sirens are heard, and Declan tells Kyle to run away. Kyle runs into Nicole before he can leave. He looks at her guiltily, then runs off. Later that night, Kyle and Nicole talk about Kyle's extraordinary abilities.
Kyle tells her that he does not fully understand them and that he does not want anyone to find out because he might be forced to leave. He says that he just wants to be ordinary. Nicole reassures him and says that he could pretend there was nothing abnormal about him, but when a girl needed help, he rushed into a burning building to save her, and there is nothing ordinary about it.
At the school, an annual list of students was compiled, best couple, biggest slut, etc. Charlie was named biggest slut, dethroning Hillary from the previous year. Amanda is shocked, with Charlie saying it is a joke. Hillary explains it is not joke by telling Amanda that she slept with him. Amanda runs off in tears, with Charlie giving Kyle a gazing stare. Elsewhere, the best couple named: Lori and Declan. Lori, downhearted, says that this just proves how wrong it can be.
At the end of the episode, Kyle reminisces about the happenings of the past few days. He says that everyone is given a label. Charlie was a cheater, Amanda was the betrayed, and Lori and Declan, the heartbroken. He himself must face himself and stop running away from his label: extraordinary. He then approaches Tom Foss and tells him that he is ready to face his destiny.