Paul is arranging the Dowager's Dance, a dance held yearly by his high school.
The theme of the dance is to be Death, and in order to study this theme, the planning committee (including Kyle) go to a cemetery one evening.
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Rumors start to fly that Paul and Tony are a couple, and Tony is forbidden to see him.
The next day, Kyle is feeling a great deal of stress and fear, and Paul kisses him.
When Kyle and Paul find themselves alone together, Kyle kisses Paul and tells him that he loves him.
Paul says that he doesn't feel the same way, and Kyle is upset and leaves.
Paul all around the school, and before long people are placing bets on what they think the outcome will be.