Hidden within the SAT high school verbal and math skills questions is a diagnostic test that also measures the aptitude of students for lying, cheating and killing. If a young woman scores high enough on this covert portion of the exam, she is recruited to join an underground academy known as the D.E.B.S. Four beautiful, young provocateurs in short, plaid skirts are culled for their first mission: to take down the most evil criminal the world has ever known, at least in the division of beautiful women outfitted in black–Lucy Diamond, D.E.B.S.’ lesbian nemesis, also know as “Lucy in the Sky.” Written and directed by Angela Robinson (True Blood, The L Word), D.E.B.S. stars Jordana Brewster, Sara Foster, Devon Aoki, Jill Ritchie, and Jennifer Carpenter.
D.E.B.S. will screen at 1 p.m. in Classroom A. Snacks will be provided. Guests can also look through a selection of DVDs and zines from the library’s LGBTQ collection. The event is free and open to the public.