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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:12,413 --> 00:00:14,691 Johnny Mathis: ♪ I BET WE'VE BEEN TOGETHER ♪ 2 00:00:14,715 --> 00:00:17,560 ♪ FOR A MILLION YEARS ♪ 3 00:00:17,584 --> 00:00:20,430 Deniece Williams: ♪ AND I BET WE'LL BE TOGETHER ♪ 4 00:00:20,454 --> 00:00:23,199 ♪ FOR A MILLION MORE ♪ 5 00:00:23,223 --> 00:00:26,136 ♪ OH, IT'S LIKE I STARTED BREATHING ♪ 6 00:00:26,160 --> 00:00:28,939 ♪ ON THE NIGHT WE KISSED ♪ 7 00:00:28,963 --> 00:00:30,774 Both: ♪ AND I CAN'T REMEMBER ♪ 8 00:00:30,798 --> 00:00:34,177 ♪ WHAT I EVER DID BEFORE ♪ 9 00:00:34,201 --> 00:00:37,247 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 10 00:00:37,271 --> 00:00:39,916 ♪ WITHOUT US? ♪ 11 00:00:39,940 --> 00:00:42,552 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 12 00:00:42,576 --> 00:00:45,755 ♪ WITHOUT US? ♪ 13 00:00:45,779 --> 00:00:47,824 ♪ AND THERE AIN'T NO NOTHIN' ♪ 14 00:00:47,848 --> 00:00:50,092 ♪ WE CAN'T LOVE EACH OTHER THROUGH ♪ 15 00:00:50,116 --> 00:00:51,328 ♪ OOH HOO ♪ 16 00:00:51,352 --> 00:00:54,130 ♪ WHAT WOULD WE DO, BABY ♪ 17 00:00:54,154 --> 00:00:56,933 ♪ WITHOUT US? ♪ 18 00:00:56,957 --> 00:01:00,392 ♪ SHA LA LA LA ♪ 19 00:01:04,998 --> 00:01:05,975 HEY, HONEY. 20 00:01:05,999 --> 00:01:07,644 I'M GLAD YOU'RE ALL HERE. 21 00:01:07,668 --> 00:01:09,946 CAN I TALK TO YOU FOR A SECOND? 22 00:01:09,970 --> 00:01:11,647 SURE, MAL. SOMETHING WRONG? 23 00:01:11,671 --> 00:01:14,651 I... I DON'T EVEN KNOW HOW TO SAY THIS. 24 00:01:14,675 --> 00:01:16,820 THE MOST HORRIBLE THING IN THE WORLD HAS HAPPENED. 25 00:01:16,844 --> 00:01:18,855 WHAT IS IT NOW, MAL? 26 00:01:18,879 --> 00:01:20,111 CLASHING OUTFIT? 27 00:01:21,849 --> 00:01:24,560 SWEATER OUT OF STYLE? 28 00:01:24,584 --> 00:01:26,684 HEADBAND TOO TIGHT? 29 00:01:28,222 --> 00:01:30,300 NICK MIGHT HAVE TO GO TO JAIL. 30 00:01:30,324 --> 00:01:31,956 WHAT? JAIL? 31 00:01:33,260 --> 00:01:35,805 OH, BOY, THAT COULD BE ROUGH. 32 00:01:35,829 --> 00:01:39,109 OH, CAN YOU PASS ME THOSE COOKIES, MOM? 33 00:01:39,133 --> 00:01:42,078 NICK, I... I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY. 34 00:01:42,102 --> 00:01:44,080 WELL, THIS NEWS IS VERY... 35 00:01:44,104 --> 00:01:46,705 I KNOW "COMFORTING" ISN'T THE WORD. UM... 36 00:01:48,209 --> 00:01:49,586 THAT'S TERRIBLE, NICK. 37 00:01:49,610 --> 00:01:52,810 YOU MAKE SURE YOU WRITE, NOW, HUH? 38 00:01:55,983 --> 00:01:57,961 WELL, WHAT EXACTLY DID YOU DO? 39 00:01:57,985 --> 00:02:01,064 HE DIDN'T PAY HIS INCOME TAXES FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS. 40 00:02:01,088 --> 00:02:04,901 I'M SHOCKED. YOU DIDN'T PAY YOUR INCOME TAXES FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS? 41 00:02:04,925 --> 00:02:05,936 I'M SHOCKED. 42 00:02:05,960 --> 00:02:08,604 YOU HAD INCOME FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS? 43 00:02:08,628 --> 00:02:09,972 LOOK, NICK REALLY NEEDS YOUR HELP. 44 00:02:09,996 --> 00:02:12,042 I MEAN, THIS LETTER SAYS HE'S GOT 3 WEEKS 45 00:02:12,066 --> 00:02:15,711 TO FILL OUT ALL THESE TAX FORMS AND PAY HIS TAXES. 46 00:02:15,735 --> 00:02:18,381 HE'LL NEVER BE ABLE TO DO IT ALONE, 47 00:02:18,405 --> 00:02:20,383 AND IF YOU DON'T HELP HIM, 48 00:02:20,407 --> 00:02:22,974 HE COULD REALLY GO TO JAIL. 49 00:02:29,583 --> 00:02:31,194 OF COURSE WE'LL HELP. 50 00:02:31,218 --> 00:02:33,118 UH... OH, YEAH. 51 00:02:37,458 --> 00:02:39,769 I'LL DO IT MYSELF. OK, WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO 52 00:02:39,793 --> 00:02:42,606 IS GET YOUR RECORDS AND FILES TOGETHER FROM THE LAST 5 YEARS. 53 00:02:42,630 --> 00:02:44,908 YOU MEAN THAT, ALEX? YOU'LL DO ALL THAT FOR ME? 54 00:02:44,932 --> 00:02:46,075 SURE, SURE. WHY NOT? 55 00:02:46,099 --> 00:02:48,111 AFTER ALL, I COULD USE THE PRACTICE. 56 00:02:48,135 --> 00:02:49,879 HEY, I... I KNOW BETTER THAN THAT. 57 00:02:49,903 --> 00:02:52,415 YOU'RE DOIN' IT JUST BECAUSE YOU LIKE ME, RIGHT? HUH? 58 00:02:52,439 --> 00:02:53,416 ALL RIGHT, OK. 59 00:02:53,440 --> 00:02:54,750 ALL RIGHT, NICK, NICK, 60 00:02:54,774 --> 00:02:57,053 LET'S NOT GET MUSHY HERE, OK? 61 00:02:57,077 --> 00:02:58,154 HEY. 62 00:02:58,178 --> 00:02:59,655 YEAH, HEY. HEY. 63 00:02:59,679 --> 00:03:00,723 GOOD LUCK. 64 00:03:00,747 --> 00:03:02,058 HEY, JEN, GREAT NEWS. 65 00:03:02,082 --> 00:03:04,361 I DON'T HAVE TO GO TO JAIL. 66 00:03:04,385 --> 00:03:06,363 WELL, THIS IS A HAPPY DAY. 67 00:03:06,387 --> 00:03:07,387 HEY. 68 00:03:08,421 --> 00:03:10,733 HOW WAS SCHOOL, HONEY? 69 00:03:10,757 --> 00:03:11,967 IT WAS OK. 70 00:03:11,991 --> 00:03:13,969 I GOT A NEW LAB PARTNER IN SCIENCE. 71 00:03:13,993 --> 00:03:15,471 HE'S COMING OVER SOON TO STUDY. 72 00:03:15,495 --> 00:03:16,472 OH, YEAH? WHO IS HE? 73 00:03:16,496 --> 00:03:18,241 I DON'T KNOW. SOME DUMB JOCK. 74 00:03:18,265 --> 00:03:20,310 I DON'T REALLY KNOW MUCH ABOUT HIM. 75 00:03:20,334 --> 00:03:23,947 YEAH, WELL, YOU JUST KEEP IT THAT WAY, MISSY. 76 00:03:23,971 --> 00:03:25,681 WHAT'S HIS NAME? 77 00:03:25,705 --> 00:03:27,417 TIMOTHY PAUL HIGGINS. 78 00:03:27,441 --> 00:03:29,652 HE'S 5'8", BROWN HAIR, GREEN EYES, 79 00:03:29,676 --> 00:03:31,354 AND THE PITCHER OF THE BASEBALL TEAM. 80 00:03:31,378 --> 00:03:33,857 HIS EARNED RUN AVERAGE IS 1.52, 81 00:03:33,881 --> 00:03:37,027 WHICH UNFORTUNATELY IS ALSO HIS GRADE-POINT AVERAGE. 82 00:03:37,051 --> 00:03:39,629 HE LIKES TO LISTEN TO BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, 83 00:03:39,653 --> 00:03:41,363 AND HE LOVES HERO SANDWICHES 84 00:03:41,387 --> 00:03:45,868 WITH JACK CHEESE, SALAMI, MAYONNAISE, MUSTARD, A LITTLE LETTUCE, AND TOMATO. 85 00:03:45,892 --> 00:03:48,226 THAT'S ALL I KNOW. 86 00:03:57,905 --> 00:03:59,949 NOW THAT THE INVESTMENT TAX CREDITS 87 00:03:59,973 --> 00:04:01,617 ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE, 88 00:04:01,641 --> 00:04:04,909 REAL ESTATE APPEARS THE SAFEST INVESTMENT FOR THE NEXT QUARTER. 89 00:04:07,815 --> 00:04:10,192 LET ME GUESS WHO GAVE YOU THAT. 90 00:04:10,216 --> 00:04:12,729 I HAD NOTHIN' TO DO WITH THAT. 91 00:04:12,753 --> 00:04:15,699 AHEM. THE FLIP SIDE IS REALLY HOT. 92 00:04:15,723 --> 00:04:19,936 WANNA WATCH SESAME STREET WITH ME, JENNIFER? IT'S ON. 93 00:04:19,960 --> 00:04:23,073 I'M SORRY, ANDY. SOMEONE'S COMING OVER TO STUDY WITH ME. 94 00:04:23,097 --> 00:04:25,608 AND IT'S NOT JUST SOMEONE, ANDY. 95 00:04:25,632 --> 00:04:27,177 IT'S TIMOTHY HIGGINS, 96 00:04:27,201 --> 00:04:30,113 THE BOY JENNIFER'S GOT A CRUSH ON. 97 00:04:30,137 --> 00:04:32,782 I DO NOT HAVE A CRUSH ON TIM HIGGINS. 98 00:04:32,806 --> 00:04:34,818 HE'S MY LAB PARTNER, AND WE'RE DOING 99 00:04:34,842 --> 00:04:36,552 A SCIENCE PROJECT TOGETHER. THAT'S ALL. 100 00:04:37,578 --> 00:04:39,556 IT'S HIM. HOW DO I LOOK? 101 00:04:39,580 --> 00:04:40,780 GREAT! GO! 102 00:04:42,182 --> 00:04:44,326 HI, TIM. COME ON IN. 103 00:04:44,350 --> 00:04:45,327 HI. 104 00:04:45,351 --> 00:04:47,196 WELL, THESE ARE MY... MY PARENTS 105 00:04:47,220 --> 00:04:50,332 AND MY BROTHERS ALEX AND ANDY AND MY SISTER MALLORY. 106 00:04:50,356 --> 00:04:52,958 WELL, THIS IS A... A REAL PLEASURE... 107 00:04:54,061 --> 00:04:56,138 THIS IS GREAT. I HAD NO IDEA 108 00:04:56,162 --> 00:04:58,474 STUDYING WITH YOU COULD BE SO MUCH FUN. 109 00:04:58,498 --> 00:04:59,943 WHY WOULD YOU THINK THAT? 110 00:04:59,967 --> 00:05:03,146 ARE YOU KIDDING ME? WITH JENNIFER "THE BRAIN" KEATON? 111 00:05:03,170 --> 00:05:05,649 YOU'RE WRONG ABOUT HOW SMART I AM. 112 00:05:05,673 --> 00:05:08,139 I'M AS DUMB AS YOU ARE. 113 00:05:09,342 --> 00:05:11,321 YOU KNOW, YOU THINK I'M SO SMART AT SCIENCE, 114 00:05:11,345 --> 00:05:14,657 BUT THERE'S A LOT OF THINGS THAT YOU'RE SMART AT THAT I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT. 115 00:05:14,681 --> 00:05:15,892 LIKE WHAT? 116 00:05:15,916 --> 00:05:18,695 LIKE BASEBALL. YOU ARE SO MUCH SMARTER 117 00:05:18,719 --> 00:05:20,362 THAN I AM AT BASEBALL, I CAN'T EVEN BEGIN 118 00:05:20,386 --> 00:05:22,264 TO TELL YOU HALF THE STUFF YOU KNOW ABOUT IT. 119 00:05:22,288 --> 00:05:24,401 ISN'T THAT CUTE? 120 00:05:24,425 --> 00:05:26,403 WAIT. WHAT IS SHE TALKIN' ABOUT? 121 00:05:26,427 --> 00:05:28,070 SHE KNOWS EVERYTHING ABOUT BASEBALL. 122 00:05:28,094 --> 00:05:29,172 SHH. 123 00:05:29,196 --> 00:05:32,842 LIKE, WHAT IS IT TO TELL HOW GOOD A PITCHER IS, 124 00:05:32,866 --> 00:05:34,811 EARNING AVERAGED RUN SOMETHING? 125 00:05:34,835 --> 00:05:36,279 YOU MEAN EARNED RUN AVERAGE. 126 00:05:36,303 --> 00:05:38,370 YES. I... I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THAT IS. 127 00:05:39,473 --> 00:05:40,984 COME ON, JEN, YOU KNOW... 128 00:05:41,008 --> 00:05:44,287 YOU KNOW, WHAT YOU NEED RIGHT NOW IS SOME MORE SALAMI. 129 00:05:44,311 --> 00:05:45,555 SALAMI'S JENNIFER'S FAVORITE. 130 00:05:45,579 --> 00:05:49,325 AND WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THAT SANDWICH JENNIFER MADE? 131 00:05:49,349 --> 00:05:51,193 PRETTY GOOD, HUH? 132 00:05:51,217 --> 00:05:52,462 YEAH, IT'S GREAT. 133 00:05:52,486 --> 00:05:53,796 JENNIFER'S A TERRIFIC COOK. 134 00:05:53,820 --> 00:05:56,131 SHE'S GONNA MAKE SOME VERY LUCKY GUY 135 00:05:56,155 --> 00:05:58,935 A GOOD DATE FOR THE PROM SOMEDAY. 136 00:05:58,959 --> 00:06:01,938 DO YOU MIND? WE'RE TRYING TO STUDY. 137 00:06:01,962 --> 00:06:03,940 OH. SORRY. 138 00:06:03,964 --> 00:06:06,442 YEAH. W-WE'RE JUST ON OUR WAY. 139 00:06:06,466 --> 00:06:08,099 YEAH. 140 00:06:09,803 --> 00:06:11,481 NOW, WHERE WERE WE? 141 00:06:11,505 --> 00:06:13,816 UH, YOU WERE ASKING ME ABOUT BASEBALL. 142 00:06:13,840 --> 00:06:14,918 RIGHT, RIGHT. 143 00:06:14,942 --> 00:06:17,454 SHOULDN'T WE STUDY A LITTLE BIT MORE? 144 00:06:17,478 --> 00:06:19,322 WE'VE STUDIED ENOUGH FOR ONE DAY. 145 00:06:19,346 --> 00:06:23,025 I MEAN, 2 PAGES IS A LOT MORE THAN I USUALLY DO. 146 00:06:23,049 --> 00:06:26,409 BESIDES, IT'S NOT AS MUCH FUN AS TALKING WITH YOU. 147 00:06:27,320 --> 00:06:29,265 UH, JENNIFER, I WAS WONDERING. 148 00:06:29,289 --> 00:06:31,234 WE'RE GETTING ALONG PRETTY WELL HERE. 149 00:06:31,258 --> 00:06:32,335 YEAH, I KNOW. 150 00:06:32,359 --> 00:06:35,538 UM, WOULD YOU LIKE TO GO OUT WITH ME SOMETIME? 151 00:06:35,562 --> 00:06:38,041 SURE. I'D LOVE TO. 152 00:06:38,065 --> 00:06:39,542 GREAT. GREAT. 153 00:06:39,566 --> 00:06:40,744 WHEN? 154 00:06:40,768 --> 00:06:42,812 I DON'T KNOW. ANYTIME. 155 00:06:42,836 --> 00:06:46,204 ARE YOU THE BOY MY SISTER LOVES? 156 00:06:47,775 --> 00:06:50,241 HOW 'BOUT RIGHT NOW? 157 00:06:51,911 --> 00:06:53,055 WELL, HERE IT IS, 158 00:06:53,079 --> 00:06:55,090 MY PAST 5 YEARS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER. 159 00:06:55,114 --> 00:06:57,927 WELL, YOU KNOW, I HAVE TO ADMIT, NICK, I'M IMPRESSED. 160 00:06:57,951 --> 00:06:59,863 I DIDN'T THINK YOU'D BE SO ORGANIZED. 161 00:06:59,887 --> 00:07:02,532 SEE, DAD? YOU ALWAYS THINK THE WORST OF NICK. 162 00:07:03,890 --> 00:07:06,190 "MISTER ROGERS FAN CLUB?" 163 00:07:07,761 --> 00:07:10,961 "THIS CARD CERTIFIES THAT NICK IS A NEIGHBOR." 164 00:07:13,667 --> 00:07:16,479 DON'T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT, NICK. 165 00:07:16,503 --> 00:07:18,414 AH, LOOK. IT'S STILL GOOD. 166 00:07:18,438 --> 00:07:19,916 OH. LOOK, NICK, 167 00:07:19,940 --> 00:07:24,020 WHAT WE NEED TO KEEP YOU OUT OF PRISON 168 00:07:24,044 --> 00:07:27,189 A-ARE RECEIPTS, CHECK STUBS, DEPOSIT SLIPS. 169 00:07:27,213 --> 00:07:28,858 YOU KNOW, A BANK PASSBOOK? 170 00:07:28,882 --> 00:07:30,159 YOU KNOW, I DON'T EVEN KNOW 171 00:07:30,183 --> 00:07:31,661 WHAT ANY OF THAT STUFF LOOKS LIKE. 172 00:07:31,685 --> 00:07:33,796 COME HERE. COME HERE. I'LL, UH... I'LL HELP YOU. 173 00:07:33,820 --> 00:07:37,955 UH, YOU KNOW, NICK, MAYBE WE'RE GIVING THIS PRISON IDEA SHORT SHRIFT. 174 00:07:39,292 --> 00:07:40,637 IS JENNIFER HOME YET? 175 00:07:40,661 --> 00:07:43,305 NO, NO. SHE'S STILL AT TIM'S BASEBALL GAME. 176 00:07:43,329 --> 00:07:45,641 SHE'S REALLY FALLEN FOR HIM, HASN'T SHE? 177 00:07:45,665 --> 00:07:47,743 IN A BIG WAY. THE LAST 2 WEEKS, 178 00:07:47,767 --> 00:07:49,812 SHE'S SPENT ALL OF HER TIME WITH HIM. 179 00:07:49,836 --> 00:07:51,648 THEY'RE WORKING ON THIS SCIENCE PROJECT TOGETHER. 180 00:07:51,672 --> 00:07:53,483 RIGHT. HE'S ALL SHE CAN TALK ABOUT. 181 00:07:53,507 --> 00:07:55,239 IT'S SO CUTE. 182 00:07:56,577 --> 00:07:59,055 OH, IT IS DEPRESSING. 183 00:07:59,079 --> 00:08:01,012 JENNIFER'S TURNIN' INTO A GIRL. 184 00:08:04,184 --> 00:08:07,697 JEN, JEN, HOW WAS THE GAME? 185 00:08:07,721 --> 00:08:10,432 TIM LOOKED SO CUTE IN HIS UNIFORM. 186 00:08:10,456 --> 00:08:12,101 OHH. 187 00:08:12,125 --> 00:08:14,671 SO HOW WAS THE GAME? 188 00:08:14,695 --> 00:08:16,895 HIS EYES MATCHED THE CAP. 189 00:08:18,298 --> 00:08:21,578 SOUNDS LIKE A VERY EXCITING GAME. 190 00:08:21,602 --> 00:08:24,614 SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAD A GOOD TIME, JEN. 191 00:08:24,638 --> 00:08:26,616 SIT DOWN. I DID. AND, MAL... 192 00:08:26,640 --> 00:08:28,150 YES. TELL, TELL. 193 00:08:28,174 --> 00:08:31,821 TIM ASKED ME ON A DATE TO THE CLEVELAND INDIANS GAME. 194 00:08:31,845 --> 00:08:34,357 SOUNDS SERIOUS. 195 00:08:34,381 --> 00:08:36,826 I HOPE SO. YOU KNOW, WHEN TIM SAYS, "INDIANS," 196 00:08:36,850 --> 00:08:39,829 HIS MOUTH KIND OF CURLS UP IN THIS REALLY CUTE WAY. 197 00:08:39,853 --> 00:08:41,464 TELL ME ALL ABOUT IT. 198 00:08:41,488 --> 00:08:44,801 WHEN TIM ASKED ME TO THE GAME, IT WAS SO SWEET. 199 00:08:44,825 --> 00:08:46,635 ALL HE COULD DO WAS SMILE. 200 00:08:46,659 --> 00:08:48,904 TIM'S GOT THE BEST SMILE, MAL. 201 00:08:48,928 --> 00:08:50,773 HIS NOSE CRINKLES UP, AND HIS EYES SPARKLE 202 00:08:50,797 --> 00:08:53,243 LIKE... LIKE THAT GREEN DRESS WE SAW AT THE MALL. 203 00:08:53,267 --> 00:08:54,444 OH, YEAH. YEAH. 204 00:08:54,468 --> 00:08:55,578 YEAH. 205 00:08:55,602 --> 00:08:58,581 ALL RIGHT. OK. W-WAIT A MINUTE. WAIT A MINUTE. 206 00:08:58,605 --> 00:09:02,251 LOOK, JEN, I'M NOT GONNA JUST SIT BACK A-AND WATCH YOU 207 00:09:02,275 --> 00:09:04,587 THROW YOURSELF AT SOME DOPEY KID 208 00:09:04,611 --> 00:09:06,422 WHO... WHO SMILES WEIRD 209 00:09:06,446 --> 00:09:09,392 AND... AND LOOKS GOOD WHEN HE SAYS, "INDIANS." 210 00:09:09,416 --> 00:09:11,794 I'M NOT THROWING MYSELF AT ANYONE, ALEX. 211 00:09:11,818 --> 00:09:13,128 OH, JENNIFER, COME ON. 212 00:09:13,152 --> 00:09:15,464 YOU ARE A WALKING ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BASEBALL, 213 00:09:15,488 --> 00:09:18,401 BUT THE OTHER NIGHT, WHEN YOU WERE WITH TIM, 214 00:09:18,425 --> 00:09:20,303 YOU PRETENDED YOU DIDN'T KNOW ANYTHING. 215 00:09:20,327 --> 00:09:22,204 I MEAN, WH... I DON'T UNDERSTAND. 216 00:09:22,228 --> 00:09:23,228 I UNDERSTAND. 217 00:09:24,964 --> 00:09:27,810 SOMEHOW I KNEW YOU WOULD. 218 00:09:27,834 --> 00:09:29,546 ALEX, IT'S SO SIMPLE. 219 00:09:29,570 --> 00:09:33,071 GUYS DO NOT GO OUT WITH GIRLS WHO ARE SMARTER THAN THEY ARE. 220 00:09:34,374 --> 00:09:38,621 YOU KNOW, THAT'S REALLY A FRIGHTENING STATEMENT, 221 00:09:38,645 --> 00:09:40,778 CONSIDERING WHO YOU GO OUT WITH. 222 00:09:50,123 --> 00:09:52,367 LOOK, ALEX, ALL I'M TRYING TO DO 223 00:09:52,391 --> 00:09:54,003 IS MAKE TIM FEEL IMPORTANT. 224 00:09:54,027 --> 00:09:55,471 NO, FORGET ABOUT TIM, OK? 225 00:09:55,495 --> 00:09:56,472 THINK ABOUT ME. 226 00:09:56,496 --> 00:09:58,641 NOW, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ME 227 00:09:58,665 --> 00:10:00,610 THAT PEOPLE KNOW YOU'RE SMART, JEN. 228 00:10:00,634 --> 00:10:03,313 THAT WAY, MALLORY JUST LOOKS LIKE A FLUKE. 229 00:10:05,138 --> 00:10:07,483 TIM! ALEX, LET'S LEAVE THESE TWO ALONE. 230 00:10:07,507 --> 00:10:09,819 ALL RIGHT. JUST... JUST ONE THING, OK? 231 00:10:09,843 --> 00:10:10,819 TIM, HI. 232 00:10:10,843 --> 00:10:14,857 UH, COULD YOU SAY, "INDIANS," FOR ME? 233 00:10:14,881 --> 00:10:17,081 INDIANS. 234 00:10:21,854 --> 00:10:25,256 YOU KNOW, YOU'RE RIGHT. HE... HE IS KIND OF CUTE. 235 00:10:30,864 --> 00:10:33,342 THAT WAS A GREAT GAME YOU HAD TODAY. 236 00:10:33,366 --> 00:10:35,344 NICE TOUCHDOWN YOU HIT. 237 00:10:35,368 --> 00:10:37,680 OH, JENNIFER, THAT'S CALLED A HOME RUN. 238 00:10:37,704 --> 00:10:41,517 OH, RIGHT. I CAN NEVER KEEP THESE THINGS STRAIGHT. 239 00:10:41,541 --> 00:10:43,452 I HAVE SOMETHING FOR YOU. 240 00:10:43,476 --> 00:10:46,122 I WANT YOU TO WEAR MY VARSITY JACKET. 241 00:10:46,146 --> 00:10:48,446 OH, TIM. THAT'S SO SWEET. 242 00:10:51,884 --> 00:10:53,362 JENNIFER... 243 00:10:53,386 --> 00:10:55,965 WILL YOU GO STEADY WITH ME? 244 00:10:55,989 --> 00:10:58,401 ME STEADY WITH YOU? 245 00:10:58,425 --> 00:11:01,337 YEAH. WHAT DO YOU SAY? 246 00:11:01,361 --> 00:11:03,521 Mallory: SHE'D LOVE TO! 247 00:11:10,904 --> 00:11:12,336 YOU HEARD HER. 248 00:11:17,277 --> 00:11:19,021 ALL RIGHT, NICK, 249 00:11:19,045 --> 00:11:21,312 MY PARTNER AND I HAVE YOUR... 250 00:11:25,051 --> 00:11:29,165 INCOME FROM THE PAST 5 YEARS ALL FIGURED OUT. 251 00:11:29,189 --> 00:11:31,401 THIS IS SO EXCITING. 252 00:11:31,425 --> 00:11:33,736 GIVES ME CHILLS. 253 00:11:33,760 --> 00:11:36,005 OK, NOW THAT WE KNOW YOUR INCOME, 254 00:11:36,029 --> 00:11:38,274 WE CAN START TO LOOK FOR DEDUCTIONS. 255 00:11:38,298 --> 00:11:40,343 OK. LET'S LOOK. 256 00:11:40,367 --> 00:11:41,367 WHERE? 257 00:11:42,436 --> 00:11:44,113 HOW MANY DEPENDENTS DO YOU HAVE? 258 00:11:44,137 --> 00:11:45,815 UH, WHAT'S A DEPENDENT? 259 00:11:45,839 --> 00:11:48,851 SOMEONE YOU SUPPORT. YOU KNOW, SOMEONE WHO DEPENDS ON YOU. 260 00:11:48,875 --> 00:11:51,554 I DEPEND ON NICK. 261 00:11:51,578 --> 00:11:53,556 NOT FINANCIALLY, YOU DON'T. 262 00:11:53,580 --> 00:11:55,558 WELL, NO, BUT WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? 263 00:11:55,582 --> 00:11:57,226 I DEPEND ON HIM ANYWAY. 264 00:11:57,250 --> 00:12:00,051 HE'S MY LIFELINE, MY VERY BREATH. 265 00:12:01,254 --> 00:12:04,734 DON'T YOU HAVE SOME DOLLS TO PLAY WITH? 266 00:12:04,758 --> 00:12:06,268 LOOK, ALEX, YOU SAID "DEPEND." 267 00:12:06,292 --> 00:12:08,871 IF YOU DON'T MEAN "DEPEND," YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE SAID IT. 268 00:12:08,895 --> 00:12:10,973 I WISH YOU'D JUST SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. 269 00:12:10,997 --> 00:12:12,341 ALL RIGHT. 270 00:12:12,365 --> 00:12:13,798 GO AWAY. 271 00:12:16,702 --> 00:12:17,735 OK. 272 00:12:19,605 --> 00:12:22,418 OK... 273 00:12:22,442 --> 00:12:24,786 LET'S TALK ABOUT DEPRECIATION. 274 00:12:24,810 --> 00:12:27,156 UH, WHAT'S DEPRECIATION? 275 00:12:27,180 --> 00:12:33,751 ALLOWANCE MADE FOR A LOSS IN VALUE OF PROPERTY. 276 00:12:40,827 --> 00:12:42,092 HUH? 277 00:12:43,663 --> 00:12:46,174 IT BASICALLY MEANS WE CAN TAKE A DEDUCTION 278 00:12:46,198 --> 00:12:50,012 FOR ANY EQUIPMENT YOU USE IN YOUR ARTWORK THAT LOSES ITS VALUE. 279 00:12:50,036 --> 00:12:52,276 UH, I ONLY USE MY BRAINS. 280 00:12:57,577 --> 00:12:59,176 THIS COULD BE A WHOPPER. 281 00:13:00,280 --> 00:13:02,158 ALL RIGHT. 282 00:13:02,182 --> 00:13:04,593 UH, ANDY, WHY DON'T YOU TAKE NICK UPSTAIRS 283 00:13:04,617 --> 00:13:07,663 AND SHOW HIM THAT NEW TAX BOOK I GOT YOU, 284 00:13:07,687 --> 00:13:09,098 SPOT'S FIRST W-2. 285 00:13:09,122 --> 00:13:10,232 COME ON, NICK. 286 00:13:10,256 --> 00:13:13,235 HEY, UH, BUT AFTER, CAN WE DO SOME COLORING? 287 00:13:13,259 --> 00:13:14,236 SURE. 288 00:13:14,260 --> 00:13:15,460 ALL RIGHT. 289 00:13:18,798 --> 00:13:23,679 HEY, JEN, WHAT'S NEW IN THE ANNOYING LITTLE WORLD OF TEEN LOVE? 290 00:13:23,703 --> 00:13:25,781 NOTHING GOOD. 291 00:13:25,805 --> 00:13:27,183 WHAT'S THE MATTER? 292 00:13:27,207 --> 00:13:30,519 TIM AND I FLUNKED OUR SCIENCE PROJECT TOGETHER. 293 00:13:30,543 --> 00:13:33,410 TOGETHER? THAT'S SO ROMANTIC. 294 00:13:35,015 --> 00:13:36,993 HEY, GANG. HOW WAS SCHOOL, JEN? 295 00:13:37,017 --> 00:13:38,327 IT WAS ALL RIGHT. 296 00:13:38,351 --> 00:13:40,429 DID YOU GET YOUR SCIENCE PROJECT BACK? 297 00:13:40,453 --> 00:13:41,998 YEAH. OH. HOW'D YOU DO? 298 00:13:42,022 --> 00:13:45,256 THE IMPORTANT THING IS I STILL HAVE MY HEALTH. 299 00:13:48,028 --> 00:13:50,428 THAT DOESN'T SOUND LIKE AN "A." 300 00:13:53,833 --> 00:13:56,646 AN "F"? JEN, THAT'S NOT LIKE YOU. 301 00:13:56,670 --> 00:13:59,382 COME ON, MOM. ONE "F" WON'T HURT ANYBODY. 302 00:13:59,406 --> 00:14:00,816 NO, THIS IS GETTING SERIOUS. 303 00:14:00,840 --> 00:14:03,775 A COUPLE OF Cs ALREADY AND NOW AN "F." 304 00:14:05,345 --> 00:14:07,323 HONEY, YOU... YOU HAVE GOT TO BRING UP YOUR GRADES. 305 00:14:07,347 --> 00:14:08,457 DON'T MAKE US GROUND YOU. 306 00:14:08,481 --> 00:14:09,959 YOU NEVER GROUNDED MALLORY 307 00:14:09,983 --> 00:14:12,828 WHEN SHE STARTED GETTING BAD GRADES. 308 00:14:12,852 --> 00:14:15,372 THEY WANTED HER TO SEE DAYLIGHT. 309 00:14:19,993 --> 00:14:22,371 GREAT, SO I HAVE TO BE REALLY NERDY AND STUDY REAL HARD. 310 00:14:22,395 --> 00:14:24,573 TIM WON'T LIKE ME, AND I WON'T BE ANY FUN ANYMORE. 311 00:14:24,597 --> 00:14:26,308 WHAT HAS TIM GOT TO DO WITH IT? 312 00:14:26,332 --> 00:14:27,810 THESE ARE YOUR GRADES WE'RE TALKING ABOUT. 313 00:14:27,834 --> 00:14:30,646 LOOK, I WAS DOING REALLY WELL IN SCIENCE, 314 00:14:30,670 --> 00:14:32,615 AND I DIDN'T HAVE A BOYFRIEND. 315 00:14:32,639 --> 00:14:36,585 I WASN'T POPULAR, AND I WASN'T GETTING INVITED TO A LOT PARTIES. 316 00:14:36,609 --> 00:14:37,653 NOW I AM. 317 00:14:37,677 --> 00:14:40,656 I'M MAY NOT BE DOING SO GREAT IN SCHOOL, 318 00:14:40,680 --> 00:14:44,360 BUT I'M HAPPY, AND TIM REALLY LIKES ME. 319 00:14:44,384 --> 00:14:47,763 IT'S HARD TO ARGUE WITH SUCCESS. 320 00:14:47,787 --> 00:14:51,032 WELL, W-WE'RE HAPPY YOUR SOCIAL LIFE IS GOING SO WELL, 321 00:14:51,056 --> 00:14:53,436 BUT WE'RE NOT GONNA LET YOU SACRIFICE YOUR GRADES FOR IT. 322 00:14:53,460 --> 00:14:55,270 LOOK, I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU SAY. 323 00:14:55,294 --> 00:14:59,075 I'M HAPPIER THIS WAY, AND I'M GONNA KEEP SEEING TIM, AND YOU CAN'T STOP ME. 324 00:14:59,099 --> 00:15:02,378 UH, MAYBE I SHOULD GO TALK TO HER. 325 00:15:02,402 --> 00:15:04,880 AW, WAIT, M-MAL, SHE'S ALREADY FAILING. 326 00:15:04,904 --> 00:15:06,837 WHAT MORE CAN YOU DO? 327 00:15:08,341 --> 00:15:10,819 I DON'T FEEL THESE GRADES REFLECT JENNIFER'S ABILITY. 328 00:15:10,843 --> 00:15:12,588 I HAVE EVERY REASON TO BELIEVE 329 00:15:12,612 --> 00:15:14,856 SHE'S JUST AS CAPABLE AS HER BROTHER ALEX. 330 00:15:14,880 --> 00:15:17,526 HE ALWAYS GOT GOOD GRADES, AND HE NEVER MISBEHAVED. 331 00:15:17,550 --> 00:15:20,795 IN FACT, HE USED TO GIVE OUT DEMERITS TO THE OTHER STUDENTS 332 00:15:20,819 --> 00:15:22,798 WHO MADE NOISE DURING CLASS. 333 00:15:22,822 --> 00:15:26,735 I THINK WE'RE DEALING WITH ANOTHER PROBLEM HERE, MR. RYDER. 334 00:15:26,759 --> 00:15:29,772 B-O-Y-S. 335 00:15:29,796 --> 00:15:32,229 YOU CAN SAY THE WORD, HONEY. 336 00:15:33,800 --> 00:15:36,646 I'M GLAD YOU BROUGHT THAT UP, MR. KEATON. 337 00:15:36,670 --> 00:15:40,416 DOES T-I-M MEAN ANYTHING TO YOU? 338 00:15:40,440 --> 00:15:43,653 PLEASE, FELLAS, WHY ARE WE SPELLING? 339 00:15:43,677 --> 00:15:46,956 THE POINT IS JENNIFER IS AT THAT AGE WHERE PEER PRESSURE 340 00:15:46,980 --> 00:15:49,392 HAS MORE INFLUENCE ON HER THAN ANYTHING ELSE. 341 00:15:49,416 --> 00:15:52,228 MORE THAN HER DAD? 342 00:15:52,252 --> 00:15:53,862 I'M AFRAID THERE'S NO ESCAPING IT. 343 00:15:53,886 --> 00:15:55,464 I HAVE A TEENAGE DAUGHTER MYSELF. 344 00:15:55,488 --> 00:15:56,632 HOW'S THAT GOING? 345 00:15:56,656 --> 00:15:59,068 QUITE POORLY, THANKS. 346 00:15:59,092 --> 00:16:02,104 I HAVE A MEETING WITH HER TEACHER AS SOON AS THIS IS OVER. 347 00:16:02,128 --> 00:16:03,271 WELL, WHAT'S THE ANSWER HERE? 348 00:16:03,295 --> 00:16:05,407 I MEAN, HOW ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DEAL WITH THIS? 349 00:16:05,431 --> 00:16:07,375 IF WE COME DOWN TOO HARD ON HER, 350 00:16:07,399 --> 00:16:09,578 WE RUN THE RISK OF... OF DRIVING HER AWAY, 351 00:16:09,602 --> 00:16:11,279 BUT WE CAN'T JUST SIT PASSIVELY BY 352 00:16:11,303 --> 00:16:13,215 AND LET HER MAKE THESE KIND OF CHOICES. 353 00:16:13,239 --> 00:16:16,651 ALL I CAN SAY IS TRY TO BE SUPPORTIVE, 354 00:16:16,675 --> 00:16:19,154 TRY NOT TO BE TOO CRITICAL, 355 00:16:19,178 --> 00:16:21,657 AND DRINK PLENTY OF LIQUIDS. 356 00:16:21,681 --> 00:16:23,159 I CAN'T BELIEVE 357 00:16:23,183 --> 00:16:25,661 I DON'T HAVE A TREMENDOUS INFLUENCE 358 00:16:25,685 --> 00:16:27,163 ON MY OWN DAUGHTER. 359 00:16:27,187 --> 00:16:28,830 YOU CAN'T UNDERESTIMATE THE NEED 360 00:16:28,854 --> 00:16:30,832 FOR SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE AT THIS AGE, 361 00:16:30,856 --> 00:16:32,234 ESPECIALLY FOR GIRLS. 362 00:16:32,258 --> 00:16:33,969 GRADES, COLLEGE EDUCATION... 363 00:16:33,993 --> 00:16:35,638 THESE KINDS OF ABSTRACT IDEAS 364 00:16:35,662 --> 00:16:37,739 CAN'T COMPETE WITH THE IMMEDIATE REWARDS 365 00:16:37,763 --> 00:16:39,708 OF GETTING A VARSITY JACKET. 366 00:16:39,732 --> 00:16:41,332 I WISH I HAD ONE. 367 00:16:42,802 --> 00:16:45,280 MAYBE WE SHOULD BRING JENNIFER IN? 368 00:16:45,304 --> 00:16:46,370 YEAH. LET'S, UH... 369 00:16:49,308 --> 00:16:51,743 JENNIFER, PLEASE, COME IN. 370 00:16:53,312 --> 00:16:54,824 SIT DOWN. 371 00:16:54,848 --> 00:16:55,891 HI, SWEETIE. 372 00:16:55,915 --> 00:16:56,926 HI. 373 00:16:56,950 --> 00:16:58,983 YEAH, GOOD. 374 00:17:00,152 --> 00:17:03,699 WELL, YOUR PARENTS AND I HAVE BEEN DISCUSSING 375 00:17:03,723 --> 00:17:06,368 WHAT I PERCEIVE TO BE A SERIOUS PROBLEM 376 00:17:06,392 --> 00:17:08,204 WITH YOUR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE. 377 00:17:08,228 --> 00:17:09,472 UH-HUH. 378 00:17:09,496 --> 00:17:13,909 JEN, WE ARE HERE TO FIND A WAY TO HELP YOU. 379 00:17:13,933 --> 00:17:15,944 WHAT IF I DON'T THINK I NEED HELP? 380 00:17:15,968 --> 00:17:18,213 WHAT IF I'M HAPPY THE WAY THAT I AM? 381 00:17:18,237 --> 00:17:20,783 WH-WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT? 382 00:17:20,807 --> 00:17:24,787 I MEAN SCHOOL IS A VERY SMALL PART OF MY LIFE NOW. 383 00:17:24,811 --> 00:17:26,121 I HAVE A BOYFRIEND. 384 00:17:26,145 --> 00:17:29,424 I HAVE A LOT MORE FRIENDS. I GO OUT MORE. 385 00:17:29,448 --> 00:17:30,725 I'M HAVING MORE FUN. 386 00:17:30,749 --> 00:17:31,749 I'M HAPPIER. 387 00:17:33,419 --> 00:17:34,563 HI. 388 00:17:34,587 --> 00:17:36,999 HI, JENNIFER. HELLO, MR. AND MRS. KEATON. 389 00:17:37,023 --> 00:17:38,000 HELLO. 390 00:17:38,024 --> 00:17:39,401 UH, T-I-M. 391 00:17:39,425 --> 00:17:41,825 RIGHT. B-O-Y. 392 00:17:42,562 --> 00:17:44,240 MR. RYDER, 393 00:17:44,264 --> 00:17:46,575 I JUST TALKED TO MY COACH. 394 00:17:46,599 --> 00:17:49,245 HE SAID I'VE BEEN KICKED OFF THE TEAM 395 00:17:49,269 --> 00:17:52,648 AND MY SCIENCE GRADES WERE THE REASON. 396 00:17:52,672 --> 00:17:54,583 TIM, I'M SORRY. 397 00:17:54,607 --> 00:17:57,018 I'M SORRY, TOO, TIM. SCHOOL RULES. 398 00:17:57,042 --> 00:17:58,954 IF YOU HAD WORKED HARDER AND GOTTEN BETTER GRADES, 399 00:17:58,978 --> 00:18:00,456 THIS WOULDN'T HAVE HAPPENED. 400 00:18:00,480 --> 00:18:03,025 I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS HAS HAPPENED TO ME. 401 00:18:03,049 --> 00:18:05,293 TIM! 402 00:18:05,317 --> 00:18:07,129 YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND. 403 00:18:07,153 --> 00:18:09,486 YOU'LL NEVER UNDERSTAND. 404 00:18:11,724 --> 00:18:15,204 AND SO, FRIENDS, AFTER MUCH ACCOUNTING, 405 00:18:15,228 --> 00:18:17,039 MOST OF IT CREATIVE, 406 00:18:17,063 --> 00:18:20,042 I AM PROUD TO PRESENT THE COMPLETED TAX FORM. 407 00:18:20,066 --> 00:18:21,043 WELCOME, NICK MOORE, 408 00:18:21,067 --> 00:18:23,301 INTO THE WORLD OF TAX-PAYING CITIZENS. 409 00:18:25,071 --> 00:18:28,317 YOU KNOW, THIS DAY IS IMPORTANT TO US ALL, 410 00:18:28,341 --> 00:18:31,953 NOT, UH... NOT ONLY BECAUSE WE KEPT A FRIEND 411 00:18:31,977 --> 00:18:33,243 AND A LOVED ONE... 412 00:18:35,014 --> 00:18:36,492 OUT OF JAIL, 413 00:18:36,516 --> 00:18:39,160 BUT BECAUSE WE HAVE GARNERED FOR OUR FIRM 414 00:18:39,184 --> 00:18:41,062 A FEE OF $11, 415 00:18:41,086 --> 00:18:42,364 WHICH MY PARTNER, 416 00:18:42,388 --> 00:18:45,200 WHO IS UPSTAIRS TAKING HIS NAP, 417 00:18:45,224 --> 00:18:47,791 HAS AGREED TO ACCEPT IN CANDY. 418 00:18:53,866 --> 00:18:56,300 ALEX, THAT WAS BEAUTIFUL. 419 00:18:57,870 --> 00:19:01,449 SO, UH, HOW MUCH DO I HAVE TO PAY IN TAX? 420 00:19:01,473 --> 00:19:03,607 OH, HERE IT IS. $9.45, NICK. 421 00:19:05,044 --> 00:19:07,022 OOH. 422 00:19:07,046 --> 00:19:08,289 WAIT A SECOND HERE, ALEX. 423 00:19:08,313 --> 00:19:11,549 HOW COME, UH, YOUR FEE IS MORE THAN I GOTTA PAY IN TAX? 424 00:19:12,818 --> 00:19:17,633 KEATON AND FRÈRE IS A QUALITY FIRM, NICK. 425 00:19:17,657 --> 00:19:19,502 LET'S GO CELEBRATE! 426 00:19:19,526 --> 00:19:21,570 CONGRATULATIONS, NICK. 427 00:19:21,594 --> 00:19:24,240 AND MAY THERE BE MORE PEOPLE LIKE YOU 428 00:19:24,264 --> 00:19:25,774 SO THE BIG CORPORATIONS 429 00:19:25,798 --> 00:19:28,399 DON'T HAVE TO BEAR THE TAX BURDEN ALONE. 430 00:19:30,537 --> 00:19:34,149 I CAN'T BELIEVE SHE RAN OFF LIKE THAT. 431 00:19:34,173 --> 00:19:36,485 I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU DIDN'T CATCH HER. 432 00:19:36,509 --> 00:19:38,153 I WAS RIGHT BEHIND HER, 433 00:19:38,177 --> 00:19:41,123 BUT I LOST HER IN A CROWD OF FATHERS 434 00:19:41,147 --> 00:19:42,858 RUNNING AFTER THEIR TEENAGE DAUGHTERS. 435 00:19:42,882 --> 00:19:46,595 DON'T WORRY, HONEY. SHE'LL BE HOME. 436 00:19:46,619 --> 00:19:49,365 IT SEEMED SO SIMPLE AT THE TIME, ELYSE. 437 00:19:49,389 --> 00:19:50,799 REMEMBER? 438 00:19:50,823 --> 00:19:53,134 "LET'S START A FAMILY," WE SAID. 439 00:19:53,158 --> 00:19:55,471 IT ALL SEEMED SO HARMLESS. 440 00:19:55,495 --> 00:19:58,306 IF ONLY ONE OF US HAD SAID... 441 00:19:58,330 --> 00:19:59,764 "TEENAGER." 442 00:20:01,333 --> 00:20:04,935 MAYBE WE WOULD HAVE JUST GONE TO THE MOVIES THAT NIGHT. 443 00:20:17,850 --> 00:20:19,895 YOU ALL RIGHT? 444 00:20:19,919 --> 00:20:22,431 MOM, THIS WHOLE THING BACKFIRED. 445 00:20:22,455 --> 00:20:24,767 I WAS ACTING DUMB AND DIDN'T STUDY 446 00:20:24,791 --> 00:20:27,102 BECAUSE I WANTED TIM TO LIKE ME. 447 00:20:27,126 --> 00:20:28,771 BUT BECAUSE WE DIDN'T STUDY, 448 00:20:28,795 --> 00:20:30,773 TIM GOT KICKED OFF THE TEAM. 449 00:20:30,797 --> 00:20:32,741 IT'S ALL MY FAULT. 450 00:20:32,765 --> 00:20:35,810 DID YOU REALLY THINK THAT ACTING DUMB 451 00:20:35,834 --> 00:20:37,768 WOULD MAKE HIM LIKE YOU MORE? 452 00:20:39,805 --> 00:20:41,750 YEAH. I DID. 453 00:20:41,774 --> 00:20:44,753 YOU SEE, HE'S GOT ALL THESE CUTE AND FUN 454 00:20:44,777 --> 00:20:46,755 AND DOPEY GIRLS HANGING AROUND HIM. 455 00:20:46,779 --> 00:20:49,458 HOW CAN I COMPETE WITH THAT? 456 00:20:49,482 --> 00:20:52,861 I-IT'S HARD TO COMPETE WITH DOPEY. THAT'S TRUE. 457 00:20:52,885 --> 00:20:56,231 BUT, HONEY, IF... IF YOU JUST BE YOURSELF 458 00:20:56,255 --> 00:20:59,234 AND DON'T BE AFRAID OF HOW SMART YOU ARE, 459 00:20:59,258 --> 00:21:02,238 YOU CAN BE AS FUN AND CUTE AS ANYONE. 460 00:21:02,262 --> 00:21:04,306 REALLY? 461 00:21:04,330 --> 00:21:05,429 YES. 462 00:21:06,832 --> 00:21:09,811 YOU WANT PEOPLE TO LIKE THE REAL JENNIFER KEATON, 463 00:21:09,835 --> 00:21:12,814 NOT... NOT SOMEONE THAT YOU'RE PRETENDING TO BE, YOU KNOW? 464 00:21:12,838 --> 00:21:14,816 AND IT IS PRETTY DARN HARD 465 00:21:14,840 --> 00:21:17,207 NOT TO LIKE THE REAL JENNIFER KEATON. 466 00:21:18,977 --> 00:21:20,477 THANKS, MOM. 467 00:21:25,051 --> 00:21:29,497 I... I KNOW THERE'S A LOT OF PRESSURE ON GIRLS YOUR AGE, 468 00:21:29,521 --> 00:21:32,434 BUT NEVER BE LESS THAN YOU CAN BE 469 00:21:32,458 --> 00:21:33,802 JUST TO BE POPULAR. 470 00:21:43,736 --> 00:21:44,713 HI. 471 00:21:44,737 --> 00:21:45,714 HI, JENNIFER. 472 00:21:45,738 --> 00:21:46,978 COME ON IN. 473 00:21:51,811 --> 00:21:53,077 COMING! 474 00:21:58,151 --> 00:22:01,152 TIM, I HAVE SOMETHING TERRIBLE TO TELL YOU. 475 00:22:03,189 --> 00:22:05,623 I REALLY AM SMART. 476 00:22:08,527 --> 00:22:12,640 I MEAN, IT'S MY FAULT YOU WERE KICKED OFF THE TEAM. 477 00:22:12,664 --> 00:22:15,344 WE COULD HAVE GOTTEN A BETTER GRADE, 478 00:22:15,368 --> 00:22:18,513 BUT I WAS JUST BEING DUMB FOR YOU. 479 00:22:18,537 --> 00:22:20,683 YOU WERE BEING DUMB FOR ME? 480 00:22:20,707 --> 00:22:23,519 YEAH. ON PURPOSE. 481 00:22:23,543 --> 00:22:25,286 ON PURPOSE? 482 00:22:25,310 --> 00:22:26,788 WHY? 483 00:22:26,812 --> 00:22:29,391 I NEVER ASKED YOU TO BE DUMB. 484 00:22:29,415 --> 00:22:33,729 YOU ONLY LIKED ME WHEN I STARTED GOOFING OFF AND GETTING BAD GRADES. 485 00:22:33,753 --> 00:22:35,163 ADMIT IT. 486 00:22:35,187 --> 00:22:38,767 YOU HAD NO INTEREST IN ME WHEN I ACTED SMART. 487 00:22:38,791 --> 00:22:42,871 I WAS JUST SCARED OF YOU WHEN I THOUGHT YOU WERE SMART. 488 00:22:42,895 --> 00:22:46,241 I WAS AFRAID THAT IF I TRIED TO TALK TO YOU, 489 00:22:46,265 --> 00:22:48,310 YOU WOULD LAUGH AT ME. 490 00:22:48,334 --> 00:22:51,302 I WOULD NEVER DO THAT TO YOU. 491 00:22:53,272 --> 00:22:55,284 I LIKE YOU. 492 00:22:55,308 --> 00:22:57,074 I LIKE YOU, TOO. 493 00:22:59,111 --> 00:23:00,421 I'LL TELL YOU WHAT. 494 00:23:00,445 --> 00:23:02,558 LET'S REALLY HIT THESE BOOKS, 495 00:23:02,582 --> 00:23:03,725 BRING YOUR AVERAGE UP, 496 00:23:03,749 --> 00:23:05,761 AND GET YOU BACK ON THE TEAM. 497 00:23:05,785 --> 00:23:06,762 SOUNDS GOOD. 498 00:23:06,786 --> 00:23:10,032 SO YOU'RE REALLY SMART, HUH? 499 00:23:10,056 --> 00:23:11,288 VERY. 500 00:23:14,527 --> 00:23:15,971 HOW SMART? 501 00:23:15,995 --> 00:23:17,895 DON'T ASK. 502 00:23:52,732 --> 00:23:53,942 SIT, UBU, SIT. 503 00:23:53,966 --> 00:23:55,699 GOOD DOG. 35579

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