Jareth walked down the long hallway to the principal's office, his eyes narrowed in frustration. It was obvious to every teacher that he didn't want to be at the school anymore. The only reason he continued to go was to get his diploma. As he entered the office that housed the principal, he flopped down in the chair nearest to the desk. The principle, known as Mr. Gray, rolled his eyes. "Why is it, Jareth, that you always manage to be in my office every other day?" Jareth shrugged, looking out the window. He longed to be outside, enjoying the weather. Anywhere was better than in this hell hole. "I don't know, honestly. Maybe it's because you have quite a few idiots working in this school, Mr. Gray." Mr. Gray pulled out a pad of paper, scribbling down a note and handing it to Jareth. "After school detention today. It's in the Rec Room, and I expect you to be there. You will also have two weeks detention." Jareth sighed, smacking his hand on the table. "C'mon! Aren't you going to ask what happened? You haven't even heard my side of the story!" Mr. Gray rolled his eyes once more, opening his office door. "I'm sure it's something you've done before." Jareth stood up, shaking his head. "I have never seen why it is such a crime to listen to music during study time. But as long as I'm here, you'll have to keep writing notes. I'm not going to stop." With that, he stormed out of the office, accidentally bumping into a girl. "Excuse me. Sorry." He stalked out of the room, returning to class.