A Different World (1987–1993): Season 1, Episode 2 - Pilot - full transcript

Denise finds out that her dorm payment check bounced and that her checking account is overdrawn.

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Denise:
COMING THROUGH.

EXCUSE ME!
EXCUSE ME!

EXCUSE ME!

DENISE.

WE KEEP BUMPING
INTO EACH OTHER.

THAT'S BECAUSE I'M ALWAYS LATE
AND YOU'RE ALWAYS IN THE WAY.

IT'S DESTINY.

DWAYNE.

DENISE, LOOKING FOR ME?



STEVIE.

NICE HAIRCUT.

DENISE, NICE TRY.

YOU'RE STILL LATE
WITH YOUR DORM FEES.

I WAS HERE TEN MINUTES
AGO, BUT YOU WEREN'T.

I WAS AT THE
BURSAR'S OFFICE

DEPOSITING THE
OTHER GIRLS' FEES--

THE ONES THAT
WERE ON TIME.

IT'S 3:00.

TECHNICALLY,
I'M LATE.

THIS ISN'T ABOUT RULES.

IT'S ABOUT COURTESY.

NOW I HAVE TO GO TO
THE BURSAR TOMORROW.

IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN.

I'VE HEARD THAT BEFORE.

ONE OF THESE DAYS
IT'S GOING TO BE TRUE.

YOU'RE NOT THE ONLY ONE.

JALEESA IS LATE, TOO.

JALEESA.

I'M SUPPOSED
TO PAY HER FEES, TOO.

YOU'RE PAYING JALEESA'S FEES?

YEAH, SHE PAID MY STUDENT
FEES LAST WEEK.

I HAD A CASH-FLOW PROBLEM.

SOUNDS LIKE YOU AND JALEESA
ARE GETTING ALONG FINE.

WE DISAGREE ABOUT
ART, MUSIC AND CLOTHES

BUT OTHERWISE,
WE HAVE A LOT IN COMMON.

GOOD, BECAUSE I
KNOW SOMETHING ELSE

YOU AND JALEESA
WILL HAVE IN COMMON.

WHAT'S THAT?

ANOTHER ROOMMATE.

NO WAY.

HER NAME IS MAGGIE LAUTEN.

SHE'S MAJORING IN JOURNALISM.

SHE'S AN ARMY BRAT.

HER FATHER'S STATIONED
IN MINNESOTA

BUT SHE HAS LIVED
ALL OVER THE WORLD.

DOES SHE HAVE
TO LIVE WITH US?

JALEESA IS CHOOSY
ABOUT HER ROOMMATES.

I'M SURE YOU CAN
HELP HER WITH THAT.

HI, DENISE.

HEARD ABOUT YOUR
NEW ROOMMATE.

I UNDERSTAND SHE'S
A VERY UNUSUAL GIRL.

KIND OF A HUMAN TUMBLEWEED
BLOWN HITHER AND YON

BEFORE SETTLING
IN YOUR ROOM.

MAGGIE LAUTEN IS A
BRILLIANT JOURNALISM STUDENT

WHO'S TRAVELED MANY TIMES
AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE ARMY.

YOU'LL BE AS SNUG AS THREE
BUGS IN A VERY SMALL RUG.

( chuckling )

HI, JALEESA.

HI.

HUXTABLE, YOU HAVE
TRULY OUTDONE YOURSELF.

DON'T YOU LOVE IT?

YEAH.

JUST THIS MORNING I WAS THINKING

"THIS ROOM NEEDS AN ANTELOPE
WITH LIGHT BULBS ON ITS HEAD."

IT HAPPENS
TO BE A DEER.

IT GIVES OUR ROOM
A LITTLE CHARACTER.

I ALREADY LIVE WITH
A LITTLE CHARACTER.

OH, THAT REMINDS ME.

STEVIE JUST
GAVE ME SOME
BAD NEWS.

WHAT?

WE'RE GETTING
A NEW ROOMMATE.

SHE'LL BE HERE
SOMETIME TOMORROW.

FINE.

YOU'RE NOT UPSET?

HUXTABLE, I GREW UP WITH
EIGHT BROTHERS AND SISTERS.

A LITTLE CROWDING
DOES NOT BOTHER ME.

I'M SORRY FOR HER.

WHY?

SHE HAS TO LIVE WITH YOU.

( knocking)

I HAPPEN TO BE
A GREAT ROOMMATE.

YEAH, RIGHT.

HI.

HI, I'M MAGGIE LAUTEN.

I'M SUPPOSED
TO LIVE HERE.

YOU MUST BE OUR
NEW ROOMMATE.

HI. DENISE HUXTABLE.

THIS IS JALEESA VINSON.

NICE TO MEET YOU.

NICE TO MEET YOU.

WE WEREN'T EXPECTING
YOU TILL TOMORROW.

I DECIDED TO COME TODAY
SO I COULD GET SETTLED.

MAKES SENSE.

I SHOULD HAVE BEEN HERE
THIS MORNING

BUT MY PLANE WAS LATE,
AND I MISSED MY BUS.

SO MY GREAT-AUNT PICKED ME UP.

SHE THINKS I'M TOO THIN,
SO SHE TOOK ME TO LUNCH

AND WOULDN'T STOP TALKING

AND FINALLY I SAID,
"I HAVE TO GET TO COLLEGE."

SO SHE PICKED ME UP
AND DROPPED ME OFF.

THAT WAS A LONG
SENTENCE, WASN'T IT?

I'M A LITTLE NERVOUS.

NEW SCHOOL,
I DON'T KNOW ANYONE.

WHEN I'M NERVOUS,
I GO ON AND ON

SO YOU JUST STOP ME...

STOP!

THANKS.

I CAN UNDERSTAND
YOUR BEING NERVOUS.

IT'S ONLY NATURAL.

DON'T WORRY.

I THINK YOU'LL LIKE LIVING HERE.

SO DO I.

OH, I LOVE THIS LAMP.

YOU DO?

THANKS.

IT GIVES THE ROOM
CHARACTER.

DEFINITELY.

I GOT IT
AT A FLEA MARKET.

YOU HAVE FLEA
MARKETS HERE?

RIGHT OFF CAMPUS.

WE HAVE GREAT FLEA
MARKETS AT HOME.

WHERE ARE YOU TWO FROM?

CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY.

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

I'M FROM MINNESOTA.

IT'S THE LAND OF
10,000 LAKES

BUT I'VE ONLY
COUNTED 12.

IT'S A JOKE I MADE UP
ON MY WAY OVER HERE

TO BREAK THE ICE.

OH, IT WAS GOOD.

WE BETTER GET YOU SETTLED.

WHERE'S MY BUNK?

YOU WANT TOP OR BOTTOM?

WHERE HAVE YOU
BEEN SLEEPING?

YOU'RE NEW.

YOU CHOOSE.

NO, YOU.
NO, REALLY, YOU.

HOLD IT!

HUXTABLE, TOP.

LAUTEN, TAKE THE BOTTOM.

GOOD, I WANTED
THE BOTTOM.

THIS IS YOUR DESK OVER HERE.

GREAT.

THESE ARE YOUR SHELVES.

YOU CAN HAVE
THE TOP TWO DRAWERS.

WHAT'S THIS NOTE
ON YOUR SUITCASE?

"CALL HOME."

IT'S A REMINDER
TO CALL MY PARENTS.

IS THERE A PAY PHONE?

OUT IN THE HALL.

THANKS, I'LL BE BACK.

BYE.

HUXTABLE, SHE LIKES YOUR LAMP.

I KNOW.

THIS IS GOING
TO WORK OUT GREAT.

HEY, MINNESOTA.

HI, JALEESA.

GREAT, A LETTER.

YOU'VE BEEN HERE ONE DAY,
AND YOU GOT A LETTER ALREADY?

THAT'S GOOD.

I KNOW. IT'S FROM ME.

IT IS?

I DIDN'T WANT TO BE HERE
MY FIRST WEEK AND NOT HAVE MAIL.

WHAT DID YOU WRITE YOURSELF?

"DEAR MAGGIE, JUST A NOTE
TO LET YOU KNOW

"YOU MADE THE RIGHT DECISION.

"YOU'LL MAKE A LOT OF FRIENDS,
AND YOU'LL DO REAL WELL.

"AS ALWAYS, YOU.

P.S. KEEP IN TOUCH."

ARE YOU GOING TO
WRITE YOURSELF BACK?

I DON'T KNOW.

MAYBE NEXT TIME I'LL CALL.

SAY HI FOR ME AND DENISE.

OKAY.

BYE.

BYE.

HI, DENISE.

HI.

YOU OKAY?

WHY DO THESE THINGS
ALWAYS HAPPEN TO ME?

WHAT'S WRONG?

THE CHECK FOR
MY DORM FEES BOUNCED.

ADMINISTRATION SAYS I'LL
BE THROWN OUT OF OUR ROOM.

YOU'RE KIDDING.

I WENT TO THE BANK

AND THEY SAID MY
ACCOUNT WAS OVERDRAWN.

THEY STARTED YELLING AT ME.

THREE MONTHS AGO,
THESE SAME PEOPLE

GAVE ME A PEN AND PENCIL SET
FOR OPENING AN ACCOUNT.

HOW MUCH ARE YOU OVERDRAWN?

THEY SAID $182.00.

DON'T YOU RECORD
THE CHECKS YOU WRITE?

I CAN'T ALWAYS DO IT.

I'M IN COLLEGE NOW.

I'M BUSY.

I HAVE RESPONSIBILITIES.

I'D LEND YOU THE MONEY,
BUT I JUST PAID MY TUITION.

THANKS, I APPRECIATE
THE THOUGHT.

COULD JALEESA HELP?

OH, JALEESA.

I PAID HER DORM FEES.

THAT CHECK WILL
BOUNCE, TOO.

WE'LL BE KICKED OUT OF THE DORM
AND HAVE TO LIVE OFF CAMPUS.

BOY, THAT ROOM IS GOING TO SEEM
EMPTY WITHOUT YOU TWO.

MAYBE THE BANK
WILL GIVE ME A LOAN.

YOUR BANK WON'T GIVE YOU A LOAN.

NO?

THEY MIGHT WANT YOUR
PEN AND PENCIL SET BACK.

CAN YOU ASK YOUR PARENTS?

I DON'T WANT TO.

I'VE CALLED THEM FOR MONEY
A COUPLE OF TIMES.

A LOT OF TIMES.

I'M AFRAID THEY'RE BEGINNING
TO THINK I'M IRRESPONSIBLE.

MAGGIE, DO I LOOK LIKE
AN IRRESPONSIBLE PERSON?

NO, IN THE DAY AND A HALF
THAT I'VE KNOWN YOU

THIS IS THE ONLY
MISTAKE YOU'VE MADE.

( television audio )
Heather, I couldn't sleep.

I had to see you.

Heather:
I couldn't sleep, either.

WHAT DID I MISS?

SHH!
SHH!

Man:
I see your face everywhere.

You're part of me.

OH...

Heather:
Hold me.

KISS HIM, HEATHER.

KISS HIM.

TOUCHDOWN!

IT'S OVER?

THAT'S IT?

DON'T WORRY.

WHEN IT COMES ON TOMORROW

THEY'LL STILL HAVE
THEIR LIPS TOGETHER.

IF YOU JUST GIVE ME
AN INTERVIEW

I KNOW YOU'LL WANT TO HIRE ME.

NO, I'VE NEVER ACTUALLY
COOKED PIZZA IN A RESTAURANT

BUT I DID IT AT HOME.

MY BROTHER REALLY LOVED IT.

GREAT!

UH... ONE MORE THING.

IF I GET THE JOB,
CAN I HAVE A $200 ADVANCE?

HELLO?

HI.

COLLECT FROM DENISE.

( ringing )

HUXTABLE RESIDENCE.

I have a collect call
from Denise.

Will you accept the charges?

DENISE WHO?

RUDY, CUT IT OUT.

Will you accept the charges?

OKAY.

IS MOM OR DAD AROUND?

DO YOU NEED MONEY?

DID I MENTION MONEY?

LET ME TALK TO MOM OR DAD.

GUESS WHAT BOBBY DID TODAY
IN SCHOOL.

RUDY...

WHO IS IT?

IT'S DENISE.

HELLO?

DADDY!

WHO'S THIS?

DAD!

ARE YOU FLUNKING?

DAD!

ARE YOU IN JAIL?

NO!

I'M CALLING TO SAY HI.

SWEAR?

YES.

HEY, DENISE.

IT'S GOOD TO HEAR FROM YOU.

HOW ARE YOU?

Fine.

I GOT A NEW ROOMMATE.

SHE SEEMS NICE.

CLASSES ARE GOING OKAY.

WELL, THAT'S WONDERFUL.

NOW, SERIOUSLY...

IS THERE SOMETHING WRONG?

DO YOU NEED ANYTHING?

NEED?

WANT?

WANT?

YES.

WELL...

NO.

YOU'RE SURE?

WHY DO YOU ALWAYS THINK
I NEED SOMETHING?

I JUST CALLED
TO SAY I LOVE YOU.

HELLO, OPERATOR?

LISTEN... OKAY.

WE MISS YOU, TOO.

THERE'S NO STRANGENESS
AROUND HERE ANYMORE.

NOT TO WORRY.
I'LL BE HOME SOON.

GOOD.

I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO IT.

SAY HELLO TO EVERYBODY,
AND KISS MOM FOR ME.

I'LL KISS MYSELF FOR YOU, TOO.

I LOVE YOU.

I LOVE YOU, PUD.

BYE.

BYE.

SHE WANTS MONEY.

BUT SHE'S AFRAID TO ASK FOR IT.

WILL SHE CALL BACK?

I DON'T KNOW.

HOW DID IT GO?

I COULDN'T
GET THE MONEY.

I'LL HAVE TO TELL JALEESA
WE'RE BEING THROWN OUT.

I'LL TELL HER.

THANKS, BUT...

I'M A GOOD TALKER--

CAPTAIN OF MY
HIGH SCHOOL DEBATE TEAM.

DID YOU EVER DEBATE
WITH A SCREAMING ROOMMATE?

HI, GUYS.

HI.

HOW WAS
THE CAFETERIA?

BEAUTIFUL!

WHILE I'M BUSSING TRAYS

THIS INCREDIBLE-LOOKING GUY
KEEPS WAVING AT ME.

WHEN HE LEAVES,
I GO OVER TO GET HIS TRAY.

HE'S TAKEN OUT TOOTHPICKS
AND SPELLED:

"HI, I'M DONALD.
WHO ARE YOU?"

YOU'RE GOING OUT?

I DON'T KNOW

BUT TOMORROW MORNING

I'LL MAKE SURE
THE TOOTHPICK DISPENSER IS FULL.

JALEESA, THERE'S SOMETHING
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT.

WHAT?

A WISE PERSON ONCE SAID

"TO ERR IS HUMAN.
TO FORGIVE IS DIVINE."

WHAT AM I FORGIVING?

BEFORE I GET TO THAT,
ANOTHER WISE PERSON SAID...

MAGGIE, I'LL HANDLE IT.

IT'S MY PROBLEM.

WHAT PROBLEM?

THE CHECK I WROTE
FOR MY DORM FEES BOUNCED.

WHEN WILL YOU GET IT TOGETHER?

THE CHECK I WROTE
FOR YOUR FEES BOUNCED, TOO.

EXCUSE ME?

WE HAVE UNTIL
9:00 A.M.

TO GET THE MONEY TOGETHER

OR WE'RE OUT OF THE DORM.

YOU PROMISED
YOU'D PAY THOSE DORM FEES!

I DID PAY THEM...
BUT THE CHECKS BOUNCED.

I DON'T BELIEVE YOU!

YOU ARE SO IRRESPONSIBLE!

YOU'RE UNDISCIPLINED,
UNORGANIZED...

SHE'LL GET
THE MONEY.

HOW?

I DON'T KNOW.

HAVE YOU ASKED YOUR FOLKS?

I'M NOT
GOING TO.

I'LL GET US OUT OF THIS.

NOW IS NOT THE TIME
TO GET MATURE ON ME.

CALL YOUR
PARENTS.

BE A BABY.

CRY, BEG, PLEAD... ANYTHING!

JUST GET THE MONEY.

NO!

WELL, DO SOMETHING.

YOU KNOW, WE HAVE LIVED
TOGETHER FOR TWO DAYS.

THIS IS OUR FIRST
DISAGREEMENT.

WE SHOULD PAT OURSELVES
ON THE BACK

BECAUSE THIS DISAGREEMENT
REALLY ISN'T THAT BAD.

WHERE ARE YOU GOING?

I CAN'T SIT AROUND

WAITING TO GET
THROWN OUT.

I'LL TAKE CARE OF MY OWN FEES--

EVEN IF IT MEANS
CALLING MY EX-HUSBAND.

SHE HAS AN EX-HUSBAND?!

SHE GOT MARRIED RIGHT
AFTER HIGH SCHOOL.

IT DIDN'T WORK OUT.

IT'S FUNNY HOW YOU CAN
LIVE WITH SOMEONE

AND NOT KNOW THEM.

I'VE GOT TO GET $200

OR AT LEAST $100
FOR JALEESA.

SOMEONE WILL HELP.

WHO?

SOMEBODY HIGH UP.

SOMEBODY OFFICIAL.

BUT WHO?

THE DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS--
DR. HARRIS.

IT'S HIS JOB
TO HELP STUDENTS.

IT'S WORTH A TRY.

SURE. GO.

TELL HIM I SENT YOU.

YOUR PAPERS ARE DUE
A WEEK FROM TONIGHT.

ANY PAPER THAT'S LATE
RECEIVES A FAILING GRADE.

NO EXCEPTIONS, NO EXCUSES.

YOU KNOW HOW I FEEL
ABOUT EXCUSES.

IN ADDITION

YOU ARE TO READ
THE NEXT FIVE CHAPTERS.

DR. HARRIS.

MR. COOPER.

AREN'T FIVE CHAPTERS AND A PAPER
A LOT OF HOMEWORK?

GOOD QUESTION.

THE ANSWER IS YES.

SEE YOU NEXT WEEK.

HELLO, DR. HARRIS?

YES?

I CALLED YOUR WIFE.

SHE SAID YOU WERE
TEACHING TONIGHT.

WE MET AT FRESHMAN
ORIENTATION.

DENISE HUXTABLE.

YES, SIR.

YOU LIVE IN GILBERT HALL
AND HAVE A 1.7 GRADE AVERAGE.

I'M WORKING ON IT, SIR.

YOUR MAJOR IS UNDECIDED.

YOU'RE ALWAYS LATE
WITH ASSIGNMENTS.

HOW DID YOU KNOW?

AS DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS,
I'M LIKE SANTA CLAUS--

I KNOW WHO'S BEEN NAUGHTY

AND WHO'S
BEEN NICE.

WHAT'S THE PROBLEM?

PROBLEM?

WHEN A STUDENT SLINKS AROUND
MY ROOM AFTER CLASS

I KNOW THERE'S
A PROBLEM.

I WROTE CHECKS FOR THE DORM FEES
FOR ME AND MY ROOMMATE.

THEY BOUNCED.

THIS ISN'T THE FIRST TIME
YOUR CHECKS HAVE BOUNCED

SINCE YOU STARTED HERE.

I'VE HAD ONE OR TWO...

TRY FOUR OR FIVE.

HAS IT BEEN THAT MANY?

BOUNCE CITY.

I'VE ALWAYS
HAD THE MONEY

TO MAKE THOSE CHECKS GOOD...

EXCEPT THIS TIME I CAN'T.

I HOPED YOU COULD HELP ME
GET A STUDENT LOAN.

DENISE, THOSE LOANS ARE
FOR NEEDY STUDENTS.

I'M NEEDY.

YOUR MOTHER'S A LAWYER
AND YOUR FATHER'S A DOCTOR.

WHY NOT ASK THEM?

BECAUSE THEY'LL THINK
I'M MESSING UP.

YOU ARE MESSING UP.

YOU'VE MESSED UP QUITE OFTEN
SINCE YOU'VE BEEN AT HILLMAN.

THIS IS
A PERSONAL PROBLEM

NOT A SCHOOL PROBLEM.

THERE'S NOTHING
I CAN DO.

YES, SIR.

THANK YOU.

YOU SHOULD CALL YOUR PARENTS.

I CAN'T.

YOU CAN'T?

I CAN, BUT I WON'T.

I DON'T WANT THEM
COMING TO MY RESCUE.

THEY'VE ALWAYS DONE THAT.

THEY MUST THINK THEY'LL HAVE TO
TAKE CARE OF ME FOREVER.

I DON'T WANT THEM TO THINK THAT.

THIS IS MY PROBLEM.

I'LL TAKE CARE OF IT.

I WANT TO DO THIS MYSELF.

MAYBE THERE'S SOMETHING
WE CAN DO.

HOW DO
YOU FEEL

ABOUT A PART-TIME JOB?

I WOULD DO ANYTHING.

I KNOW OF A JOB OPENING.

WITH MY CHARM AND WIT

I CAN CONVINCE THEM TO
GIVE YOU A $200 ADVANCE.

OH!

THAT WOULD BE GREAT, SIR.

LET'S GO OVER TO
THE STUDENT CENTER

AND BOTHER SOME PEOPLE.

WHERE DO YOU THINK
I'LL BE WORKING?

LET'S PUT IT THIS WAY.

IT WON'T BE AT THE BANK.

HI.

DID YOU GET THE MONEY?

NO.

I DECIDED NOT TO
CALL MY "EX."

WHERE WERE YOU?

TOOK A WALK.

I FIGURED OUT
WHAT I HAVE TO DO.

WHAT?

TOMORROW MORNING

I'M GOING TO SEE SOMEONE
IN "FINANCIAL AFFAIRS."

YOU KNOW,
DENISE MIGHT COME THROUGH.

I HOPE SO, BUT I DOUBT IT.

DON'T GET ME WRONG.

I LOVE DENISE.

SOMETIMES I FORGET
SHE'S JUST A KID.

HEY, SHE'S MY AGE.

YOU'RE A KID, TOO.

I DON'T FEEL LIKE
I'M A KID.

TO ME YOU ARE.

YOU SEE THINGS DIFFERENTLY
AT 26.

YOU'RE 26?!

YEAH.

OH, YOU'RE OLD!

THANKS.

HI.

HI.

DID YOU GET
THE MONEY?

JALEESA,
I JUST FIGURED

IT WAS TIME I GREW UP

AND STARTED DOING THINGS
FOR MYSELF...

SO I DID.

YOU DID?

YEAH, I GOT THE $200.

WE'RE COVERED.

I KNEW IT!

HOW DID YOU DO IT?

I GOT A JOB.

A JOB?

TA-DAH!

SHE'S WORKING
IN THE CAFETERIA.

BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER--
BUSSING TABLES.

SO YOU'LL BE WORKING UNDER ME.

RIGHT.

LIFE IS SWEET.

( phone ringing )

HUXTABLE RESIDENCE.

YES, OPERATOR.

I WILL ACCEPT
THE CHARGES.

HI, DAD.

WHAT'S UP?

SOMETHING WAS UP EARLIER

AND I THOUGHT
I'D NEED YOUR HELP

BUT I HANDLED
THE ENTIRE THING MYSELF.

WAS IT LEGAL?

YES, AND I'M PROUD OF ME.

WOULD I BE PROUD?

YEAH, YOU'D BE PROUD.

OKAY. GOOD.

BYE, DAD.
KISS MOM FOR ME.

I WILL, HONEY.

I LOVE YOU.

I LOVE YOU, TOO.

BYE.

BYE-BYE.

SHE STILL WANTS MONEY?

NO, SHE GOT IT HERSELF.

GOOD FOR HER!

HUXTABLE,
KILL THE DEER.

OW!

SORRY.

IT'S OKAY.
IT WAS ONLY MY FACE.

JALEESA?

HMM?

I APOLOGIZED
FOR MESSING UP THE DORM FEES.

AREN'T YOU GOING TO APOLOGIZE?

FOR WHAT?

YOU YELLED AT ME.

YOU CALLED ME
IRRESPONSIBLE AND UNORGANIZED.

YOU ARE.

AT LEAST APOLOGIZE FOR YELLING.

NOPE.

THANKS.

HUXTABLE, I'M SORRY.

( giggling )

MAGGIE, THAT WAS YOU.

I KNOW.

I JUST THOUGHT
YOU NEEDED AN APOLOGY.

I KNOW HOW
YOU FEEL.

ONCE I WENT CAMPING
WITH MY COUSINS.

IT WAS MY JOB
TO PITCH THE TENT.

LATE AT NIGHT, THE TENT FELL.

EVERYONE WENT, "MAGGIE!"

IT WASN'T MY FAULT...

MAGGIE, STOP!

THANKS.

I GUESS YOU GUYS WANT TO
GO TO SLEEP?

MM-HMM.

GOOD NIGHT.

GOOD NIGHT.

GOOD NIGHT.

WE'LL TALK ABOUT IT TOMORROW.

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