She's All That: When Zack goes to see Laney at her workplace, she pulls him aside and tells him :
Laney: I'm not smart.
Laney: What, you figure I could tutor you or something? You think, "Oh, well, there's Laney Boggs. She's a dork."
Zack: Look, Laney -
Laney: "She must at least be smart." Well, guess what, I'm not.
Zack: Laney, I have the fourth-highest G.P.A. in our class!
- Laney is taken aback by this, and looks at her nearby friend, who nods, confirming that what Zack is saying is true. In effect, Laney had accused Zack of stereotyping her, and assuming that because she's a "dork," she must be smart. As it turned out, Zack wasn't thinking that, and in fact, she had actually been stereotyping him by assuming that because he's the Big Man on Campus, Class President, the best-looking and most popular guy in school, etc., that he must be dumb or a poor student. (To be fair, though, Laney was motivated by a suspicion that Zack had an ulterior motive for wanting to talk to her. And she was actually right about that.)