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one of those transistors.
Listen, honey,
we wanna take you out to lunch
and hear about everything
that's been going on in your life.
Good. Let's do that.
- I just loved that restaurant.
- Yeah, it was nice. Except for the food.
So how your classes going?
Keeping your grades up?
Yeah, nothing to worry about.
Hey, oh, my God. You know, I gotta study.
- Come on, Mom. I'm really late.
- You wanna go?
- I can't get in this way.
- I gotta study.
- I can't get in the car this way.
- Come on.
- Just slide across, son.
Come on, Dad, let's go.
Watch your dress.
- There you go, Mom.
- Watch your dress in the back.
Come on, Dad.
I wanna hear about Grandpa.
Hey, guys, I'm home.
So what happened?
Folks left, and I went to O'Reilly's.
I mean, what happened with Shelly?
Oh, that.
Yeah, that. Oh, that's over.
I mean, it's finished. The end.
Hey, she...
She caught me with my pants down.
My Venus saw my penis.
And the damn thing's come between us.
I'm a genius.
Some genius.
You only wrecked the whole plan.
It's no skin off your nose.
Game, set, match. Wilson.
- Good game.
- Good game.
Great, thanks.
It's okay, it's okay. Don't worry about it.
You did your best.
Shelly, where is your roommate?
We really could have used her
out here today.
Stephanie had an illness in her family.
She had to go home.
An illness in the family?
Do you know if she's planning on making it
to the final match against Filmore?
I wish I knew.
Stephen Parker,
I don't see your paper here.
I was hoping
that I could ask you for an extension.
The paper's done, I just need little a time
to give it a tune-up.
Stephen, I have to talk to you.
The rest of you can go.
you are a big disappointment to me.
if you wanna keep that scholarship,
you have to get a 3.3 average,
and I want that paper on my desk
day after tomorrow.
- Professor Lucci, I need more time.
- The day after tomorrow.
You know, my lit paper is due tomorrow,
after my history exam,
and I don't even have a topic.
So, why don't you just buy a paper
from Andy?
I'm sure he'll give you a discount.
- No, no, thank you. That's not my style.
- Well, did you at least read the books?
Yeah, I read the books.
Dickens' David Copperfield,
Great Expectations.
Orphans! Wait a minute!
All of those guys were orphans!
Stephanie got an A
on a psych paper about orphans.
I can make...
I can make a few adjustments and...
Stephanie, baby! You saved my ass!
- Hi there.
- Oh, hi, Carla. What's going on?
How did you know my name?
Oh, I guess you guys must talk about me,
Just a little bit.
I never knew you'd ask.
Listen, Carla, it was nice to meet you,
but I really gotta go.
Oh, me, too. You know what, I'm starving.
You wanna go get some pizza?
Some other time, okay? I gotta go.
Shelly, before you run away...
Stephen, I'm glad you're here.
I wanna talk to you.
- Oh?
- Yeah. I want Stephanie back.
Wait a minute.
Wait a minute.
Stephanie? What do you mean, Stephanie?
- What about Stephen?
- Just forget Stephen.
I want Stephanie back
because we need her for the tennis team.
- It's you I threw out. Stephanie can stay.
- That doesn't make sense.
Look, you made a total idiot out of me,
and I'll never forgive you for that.
But the fact is that we can't win
the championship without Stephanie,
and I don't think it's fair for you
to let the whole team down
because your little joke on me backfired.
You miss me, don't you?
- No.
- Well, I think you're lying.
No. I... Maybe I miss Stephanie a little bit.
Will you listen to yourself? Listen to that.
Hey, look at me.
There's only one me, Stephen Parker. Me.
And Stephanie is right here.
Yo, Shelly. What're you doing here?
I was waiting for you inside.
Great. Make room for the Incredible Bulk.
What's wrong? Is it you again?
Hey, Brad, you know, relax, man.
She's just a little bit upset
because her

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