A Different World (1987–1993): Season 1, Episode 22 - My Dinner with Theo - full transcript

Theo pays an unforgettable visit to his sister Denise at Hillman College.

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HEY.

HEY.

I LOVE ECONOMICS,
AND ECONOMICS LOVES ME.

WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?

I GOT MY TEST BACK TODAY,
AND I GOT AN "A."

A BIG "A."

A BIG, BAD "A."

WOW!

YOU GOT AN "A."

I SURE DID.



AND I AM SO HAPPY

BECAUSE I WAS HAVING TROUBLE
WITH THIS MATERIAL.

THERE WAS SO MUCH JARGON,
THEORIES, NUMBERS.

BUT I APPLIED MYSELF,
AND IT PAID OFF BIG.

YEP, THAT'S WHAT THEY SAY.

HOW WAS YOUR BIO TEST?

I GOT A "C+,"
A BIG, BAD "C+."

OH, COME ON, DENISE.

LAST YEAR, IF YOU
HAD GOTTEN A "C+"

YOU WOULD HAVE THROWN A PARADE.

BUT YOU PROBABLY
WOULD HAVE MISSED IT

BECAUSE YOU WOULD
HAVE OVERSLEPT.

THAT WAS LAST YEAR.

I REALLY STUDIED FOR THIS TEST.

MAYBE BIOLOGY JUST
ISN'T YOUR SUBJECT.

A LOT OF PEOPLE
DON'T DO WELL IN SCIENCE.

( knocking )

HEY.

JALEESA, YOU KNOW
THAT GREEN SWEATER I BORROWED?

YES.

CAN I BORROW IT AGAIN?

YOU STILL HAVE IT.

IT MUST BE IN
THE BOTTOM OF MY HAMPER.

HOW WAS
THE BIOLOGY TEST?

THAT TEST WAS TOUGH.

I WAS SO RELIEVED
TO GET A "B."

YOU GOT A "B"?

COLLETTE GOT AN "A."

OOH, I LOVE GETTING "A's,"
DON'T YOU?

CAN I BORROW
YOUR RED SWEATER?

NO.

I'LL GET THE GREEN ONE
BACK TO YOU.

COME ON, COLLETTE.

OH, I DON'T GET IT!

IF SHE STUDIES,
SHE GETS AN "A."

I STUDY, I GET A "C."

SHE'S A SCIENCE MAJOR.

ALL LAST YEAR,
EVERYONE KEPT TELLING ME:

"DENISE, YOU'VE GOT
A GREAT BRAIN.

JUST APPLY IT,
AND YOU'LL DO BETTER."

YOU ARE
DOING BETTER.

NOT BETTER ENOUGH.

DON'T LET THIS GET TO YOU.

TELL YOU WHAT.

LET'S GO OUT,
GET SOMETHING TO EAT.

NO.

YOU JUST GOT AN "A."

YOU'RE UP.

YOU DON'T WANT TO BE SEEN
WITH ME AND MY "C."

LOOK AT IT THIS WAY:

IF YOU AVERAGE MY "A"
WITH YOUR "C"

WE'RE A "B."

( phone ringing )

I'LL GET IT!

HELLO, HUXTABLE RESIDENCE.

YES, I'LL ACCEPT.

HI, DENISE.

WHEN ARE YOU COMING HOME?

HI, RUDY.

NOT FOR A WHILE.

I HAVE A LOT OF WORK TO DO.

I MISS YOU.

OH, I MISS YOU, TOO.

VANESSA'S BEEN BOSSING ME AROUND
AND I'M RUNNING OUT OF PATIENCE.

CAN I COME LIVE WITH YOU?

I DON'T THINK SO.

I'LL MAKE YOUR BED
EVERY MORNING.

WE'LL TALK ABOUT IT LATER, OKAY?

OKAY.

DO YOU WANT MOM?

NOT REALLY.

IS THEO AROUND?

HE'S IN THE KITCHEN.

WHERE ELSE?

MAY I TALK TO HIM?

I'LL GO GET HIM.

THEO!

HI.

HI.

MAIL.

GOOD.

PHONE.

SORRY.

HI.

HI.

IS ALL THAT YOURS?

YEAH.

I GOT A LETTER
FROM MY AUNT MARGE.

OH, FROM KATHY,
FROM MY GRANDMA.

OH, SHOOT.

WHAT?

A LETTER FROM MY BOYFRIEND.

YOUR BOYFRIEND?

WE'RE NOT ENGAGED OR ANYTHING

BUT WE'VE BEEN DATING
SINCE THE 7th GRADE.

I DON'T MEAN TO PRY OR ANYTHING.

IT'S JUST THAT

WHEN MOST GIRLS GET
A LETTER FROM THEIR BOYFRIENDS

THEIR FIRST WORDS
AREN'T "OH, SHOOT."

I DIDN'T MEAN I DIDN'T LIKE
GETTING A LETTER FROM HIM.

I FEEL BAD

BECAUSE HE'S WRITTEN TO ME
THREE TIMES SINCE I'VE BEEN HERE

AND I HAVEN'T WRITTEN BACK.

OH, I SEE.

YOU KNOW WHAT?

I'M GOING TO WRITE
TO HIM RIGHT NOW.

THAT'S WHAT
I'M GOING TO DO.

I CAN'T WRITE ON
AN EMPTY STOMACH.

WANT TO GO TO DINNER?

IF YOU THINK
IT WILL HELP, SURE.

WE'RE GOING
TO DINNER.

OKAY.

SCHOOL'S OKAY, THEN?

IT'S GREAT.

THE SENIORS GET TO EAT
OFF CAMPUS FOR LUNCH.

WOW!

WHEN I WAS A SENIOR, WE ATE
WITH THE TENTH GRADERS.

I KNOW.

I WAS A TENTH GRADER.

OH... RIGHT.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING THIS WEEKEND?

THEY'RE HAVING THIS PERFUME SALE
DOWN AT THE MALL.

SMITTY THOUGHT IT WOULD BE
A CHANCE TO MEET WOMEN.

OH.

I THOUGHT MAYBE YOU'D WANT TO
COME DOWN HERE FOR THE WEEKEND.

DOWN WHERE?

TO HILLMAN.

ARE YOU SERIOUS?

YOU'VE BEEN BUGGING ME
FOR A YEAR TO VISIT.

FOR A YEAR,
YOU'VE BEEN SAYING, "NO WAY."

WELL, NOW I'M SAYING, "YES."

ARE YOU GOING
TO BE THERE, DENISE?

OF COURSE!

THERE ARE GOING TO BE
OTHER STUDENTS THERE?

IT'S NOT A HOLIDAY?

THEO, OF COURSE.

THEY'RE GOING TO BE HERE, TOO.

I DON'T GET IT.

I WANT TO SEE
MY LITTLE BROTHER.

IS THAT SO STRANGE?

YEAH, BUT I'M PACKING
BEFORE YOU CHANGE YOUR MIND.

CLEAR IT WITH MOM AND DAD FIRST.

DENISE, I'LL BEG IF I HAVE TO.

CALL ME WITH YOUR FLIGHT NUMBER.

YOU GOT IT.

BYE.

AND THIS IS GILBERT HALL.

WOW, THIS IS GREAT.

WHERE IS EVERYBODY?

DENISE, YOU PROMISED.

THEO, RELAX!

PEOPLE ARE
STILL IN CLASS.

OH.

HEY, DID YOU
BRING THAT SCARF?

I KNEW I FORGOT SOMETHING.

THEO...

HERE'S THIS BIG SUITCASE.

WHAT'S IN THERE?

CLOTHES.

ALL THOSE CLOTHES
FOR ONE WEEKEND?

I HAVE DIFFERENT LOOKS.

HI, DENISE.

HI, CARLA.

WHO DO WE HAVE HERE?

MY BROTHER, THEO.

THEO, THIS IS CARLA MEYERS,
OUR DORM DIRECTOR.

PLEASED TO MEET YOU.

THE PLEASURE'S MINE, THEO.

DENISE, I LIKE HIM ALREADY.

HE HAS MANNERS.

YEAH, I THINK I'LL KEEP HIM.

ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT FOLLOWING
IN YOUR SISTER'S FOOTSTEPS

AND COMING TO HILLMAN?

I'M THINKING ABOUT IT.

I'VE NARROWED
MY CHOICES DOWN TO

HILLMAN, HOWARD,
HARVARD, PRINCETON

AND THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII.

"HOMEOWNER"?

THIS CAN'T BE MINE.

EXCUSE ME.

DENISE, WHO'S THAT MAN?

YEAH.

THAT'S NO MAN,
THAT'S MY BROTHER.

THEO, WOULD YOU LIKE
TO MEET DENISE'S DORM MATES?

YOU BET.

I MEAN, YES, MA'AM.

COME ON.

GIRLS, I'D LIKE FOR YOU
TO MEET DENISE'S BROTHER.

THEO, THIS IS
COLLETTE AND GLORIA.

AND CAROL
AND HELEN AND ANDREA.

THEO, WHAT COLLEGE
DO YOU GO TO?

THEO'S 17 AND A SENIOR
IN HIGH SCHOOL.

REALLY?

YOU SEEM MATURE
TO BE IN HIGH SCHOOL.

A LOT OF PEOPLE TELL ME THAT.

I THINK IT'S MY MOUSTACHE.

WE'RE GOING TO A MIXER
AT THE STUDENT UNION.

BRING THEO.

YEAH, DENISE, BRING ME.

WE'LL SEE.

I WANT YOU TO MEET MAGGIE
AND JALEESA BEFORE DINNER.

SEE YOU GUYS LATER.

BYE, THEO.

WHY DID YOU
HAVE TO SAY I WAS 17?

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?

THEY COULD HAVE THOUGHT
I WAS THEIR AGE.

HOW CAN A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR
BE 19?

I COULD HAVE BEEN LEFT BACK
A COUPLE OF YEARS.

REAL GOOD.

THEY'RE NOT BACK YET.

WOW.

SO THIS IS IT.

WHAT?

YOUR ROOM.

THIS IS IT.

THIS IS IT.

THIS IS GREAT.

GOOD.

I LIKE THIS.

DENISE, I REALLY LIKE THIS.

YOU GOT A DESK!

IT'S JUST A ROOM, THEO.

IT'S A ROOM YOUR PARENTS
CAN'T BUG YOU TO CLEAN.

THAT'S YOUR BED, HUH?

YEAH, HOW DID YOU KNOW?

IT'S THE ONLY ONE NOT MADE.

HEY, THIS IS PRETTY COOL.

I LIKE IT.

AREN'T YOU TOO SHORT TO REACH?

YEAH, IT'S A PROBLEM.

SOME NIGHTS I JUST
SLEEP ON THE FLOOR.

HI.

HI, GUYS.

HI.

HI, YOU MUST BE THEO.

YEAH, HI.

DENISE, THIS IS
YOUR LITTLE BROTHER?

HE USED TO BE.

THEO, THESE ARE MY ROOMMATES--

JALEESA VINSON
AND MAGGIE LAUTEN.

NICE TO MEET YOU.

SAME HERE.

NOW THAT WE HAVE A MEMBER
OF DENISE'S FAMILY HERE

THERE IS A QUESTION
WE HAVE BEEN DYING TO ASK.

WHAT?

WAS SHE LIKE THIS
AT HOME?

LIKE WHAT?

STRANGE.

I AM NOT STRANGE.

I AGREE.

DENISE IS NOT STRANGE.

MAYBE A LITTLE
ECCENTRIC.

NO, THE GIRL IS STRANGE.

I OFFER AS EXHIBIT A:

THE DEER LAMP.

THIS WAS YOUR SISTER'S
CONTRIBUTION TO THE DECOR.

I THOUGHT THAT WAS HERS.

THEO.

COME ON, THEO,
SPILL IT.

WELL, LET'S SEE.

ONE TIME DENISE REPLACED
HER BED WITH A HAMMOCK.

I'M LOVING THIS.

ONE NIGHT SHE GOT
SO TANGLED UP

DAD HAD TO CUT HER DOWN.

DENISE... STRANGE!

WHAT OTHER STRANGE STUFF
DID SHE DO?

HOW ABOUT THE TATTOO STORY?

NO!

YOU HAVE A TATTOO?

NO!

SHE CAME THIS CLOSE.

WHEN IS YOUR FLIGHT BACK?

ALL RIGHT, LET'S
LEAVE THE GIRL ALONE.

HAVE YOU GUYS
GOT PLANS FOR TONIGHT?

I THOUGHT WE'D
GO OUT TO DINNER.

WHAT ABOUT THE MIXER?

YEAH.

NO, I THOUGHT WE'D GET A PIZZA

AND HANG OUT IN TOWN.

IT WILL BE GREAT.

DENISE, I DO THAT
EVERY WEEKEND AT HOME.

THEO CAME DOWN HERE
TO HAVE SOME FUN.

HE DOESN'T WANT TO WASTE
A FRIDAY NIGHT.

LISTEN TO HER, DENISE.

SHE KNOWS WHAT
SHE'S TALKING ABOUT.

OKAY, WE'LL GO
TO THE MIXER.

ALL RIGHT!

LET'S GET YOU SETTLED
IN THE HOSPITALITY HOUSE.

SEE YOU LATER.

HI, GUYS.

I WANTED TO SEE HIM.

YOU MUST BE THEO.

THAT'S RIGHT.

I'M MADELEINE.

HI.

HI.

HE'S CUTE.

COME ON.

NO CHANCE OF ME STAYING HERE?

NO.

HI.

WHERE WERE YOU?

SLEEPING.

IT'S 11:00.

I THOUGHT WE WERE
HAVING BREAKFAST.

YOU WEREN'T KIDDING?

NO.

SINCE WHEN DO YOU GET UP
BEFORE NOON ON SATURDAY?

SINCE I MATURED.

OH.

I DIDN'T KNOW.

HOW LONG WERE YOU
AT THE MIXER?

IT DIED DOWN
AROUND 11:00

SO I WENT OUT WITH
CRAIG, JEFF AND MARK.

WHO ARE CRAIG, JEFF AND MARK?

THEY'RE ON THE BASKETBALL TEAM.

MAYBE I'LL INTRODUCE YOU.

WE CAN EAT ON THE ROAD.

I THOUGHT WE'D GO
TO VIRGINIA BEACH.

"WE"?

WE-- YOU AND ME.

I THOUGHT YOU WERE GOING
TO BE STUDYING ALL DAY

SO I MADE PLANS.

YOU DID?

DAD WANTED ME TO GET SOMETHING
OUT OF THIS WEEKEND

SO I MADE AN APPOINTMENT
WITH DEAN HARRIS.

MAYBE WE CAN GET TOGETHER
AFTER YOUR MEETING.

THEN THE GUYS ASKED ME
TO PLAY BASKETBALL WITH THEM.

OH, CRAIG, JEFF AND MARK?

YEAH.

LISTEN, I CAN ALWAYS TRY
AND RESCHEDULE DEAN HARRIS.

NO, I WOULDN'T DO THAT.

MAYBE WE CAN HAVE
DINNER TONIGHT--

MY TREAT.

YOU SURE YOU DON'T MIND?

THEO, I LIVE HERE.

I'M RESOURCEFUL.

I CAN FIND WAYS
TO AMUSE MYSELF.

6:00, OKAY?

LET'S MAKE IT 7:00,
IN CASE THE GAME RUNS LATE.

OKAY, 7:00.

SEE YOU TONIGHT.

SEE YOU.

JANICE, HOW YOU DOING?

THESE ARE THE ONLY BOOKS WE HAVE
ON THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR.

I THINK THIS ONE
IS YOUR BEST BET.

MY PAPER'S DUE MONDAY.

DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING THINNER?

SORRY.

AROUND HERE,
THE THIN BOOKS GO FAST.

I'M IN BIG TROUBLE.

HI!

HI.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

TRYING TO WRITE A LETTER.

BUT WHO CAN WRITE IN A LIBRARY?

IT'S SO QUIET.

EXCUSE ME.

WOULD YOU
PINCH ME, PLEASE?

WHY?

I'LL KNOW
I'M NOT DREAMING.

YOU REALLY ARE

IN THE LIBRARY
ON SATURDAY?

IT'S BEEN
DONE BEFORE.

NOT BY YOU.

I CAME TO RETURN THESE BOOKS.

OH, GOOD.

WE WERE STARTING
TO RUN LOW.

SO WHERE'S THEO?

WELL...

THEO HAS A MEETING
WITH DEAN HARRIS.

THEN HE'S
PLAYING BASKETBALL

WITH HIS NEW BEST FRIENDS,
CRAIG, JEFF AND MARK.

THE GUYS
ON THE TEAM?

I GUESS I'M THE ONLY ONE
WHO DOESN'T KNOW THEM.

YOU SHOULD BE GLAD
THEO'S SO INDEPENDENT.

I WANTED
TO BE WITH HIM.

SUDDENLY,
HE'S A CELEBRITY.

I HOPE I SEE HIM
BEFORE HE LEAVES.

YOUR LITTLE BROTHER'S
GROWING UP.

TELL ME.

THIS IS THE SAME GUY

WHO WOULDN'T CHANGE
HIS UNDERWEAR FOR A WEEK.

THAT'S $35.50.

WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?

YOU OWE 35 DOLLARS AND 50 CENTS.

WHY?

DENISE, ALL THESE BOOKS
ARE OVERDUE.

NOT ALL OF THEM.

DENISE...

YOU TOOK THIS ONE OUT LAST YEAR.

I DIDN'T EVEN READ ALL OF THEM.

SORRY.

I READ ONE.

DO YOU WANT ME
TO CHIP IN?

NO, THAT'S CRAZY!

WELL, DO I HAVE
TO PAY NOW?

IF YOU'RE CHECKING BOOKS OUT.

BOY, YOU GUYS
DON'T MAKE IT EASY

TO BE A GOOD STUDENT
AROUND HERE.

PLEASE.

CAN I GET YOU
A SODA?

NO, THANKS.

I'LL BE PLAYING
BASKETBALL IN AWHILE.

ENJOYING YOUR WEEKEND?

YES, SIR.

DID YOU GO
TO THE MIXER LAST NIGHT?

OH, SURE DID.

I FOUND IT A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
TO ENGAGE IN SOME...

SOME STIMULATING CONVERSATION.

IT'S NOT A BAD PLACE
TO MEET GIRLS EITHER.

RIGHT.

I TAKE IT YOU ARE
CONSIDERING HILLMAN?

I'M DEFINITELY
THINKING ABOUT IT.

I'VE HAD A THOROUGHLY
DELIGHTFUL TIME.

I'M GLAD TO HEAR THAT.

THE PROBLEM
WITH PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

IS THAT WHEN THEY COME TO VISIT

THEY SLEEP LATE.

THEY SOCIALIZE.

THEY HAVE A THOROUGHLY
DELIGHTFUL TIME.

IN A SENSE, THEY BECOME
VICTIMS OF FALSE ADVERTISING.

I BEG YOUR PARDON?

IT AIN'T EASY ONCE YOU GET HERE.

WELL, I REALIZE THAT HILLMAN
IS A VERY TOUGH SCHOOL.

IT'S A BUTT KICKER.

I DON'T MEAN
TO SCARE YOU.

BUT I THINK
YOU OUGHT TO KNOW

THAT THERE
WILL COME A NIGHT

PROBABLY IN
YOUR FIRST SEMESTER

WHEN IT WILL BE
3:00 IN THE MORNING.

YOU'LL HAVE 200 PAGES
TO READ BY DAYBREAK.

YOU HAVEN'T HAD A DECENT
NIGHT'S SLEEP IN A WEEK.

YOU HAVE NO CLEAN CLOTHES.

YOU HAVEN'T EATEN
SINCE BREAKFAST.

THAT WILL BE THE MOMENT

WHEN YOU'LL PULL YOUR HEAD
UP FROM YOUR BOOKS AND ASK:

"WHY AM I HERE?"

SO WHAT DO YOU THINK
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII?

DON'T GET ME WRONG.

I'M NOT SAYING
THERE'S NO ROOM FOR FUN.

YOU'RE NOT?

NO.

WE EXPECT YOU TO ENJOY
YOUR UNDERGRADUATE YEARS.

REALLY?

THAT'S WHY YOU
GET FOUR TO FINISH.

DO YOU COME HERE MUCH?

WHENEVER I WANT
SOME PEACE AND QUIET.

WELL, THEY'VE GOT
A LOT OF THAT AROUND HERE.

I WAS HOPING WE COULD GO
SOMEPLACE MORE ALIVE.

THEO, YOU'RE
LEAVING TOMORROW.

I'VE HARDLY SAID
HELLO TO YOU.

OKAY.

TWO?

YES.

THANK YOU.

SO HOW WAS
BASKETBALL?

GOOD, BUT THEY
WERE EASY ON ME.

HOW COULD YOU TELL?

BECAUSE I ACTUALLY SCORED.

SOUNDS LIKE YOU'RE HAVING
A GOOD TIME.

I'M HAVING A GREAT TIME.

I REALLY WANT TO THANK YOU

FOR LETTING ME
COME THIS WEEKEND.

THIS IS THE NICEST THING
YOU'VE EVER DONE.

I'M GLAD YOU'RE
ENJOYING IT.

I AM.

YOU KNOW,
THIS IS COOL.

THE TWO OF US
OUT TO DINNER...

BY OURSELVES...

IN A DIFFERENT STATE.

JUST THINK.

THIS TIME NEXT YEAR

WE COULD BE SITTING HERE
FOR REAL.

WOW, YOU REALLY
ARE THINKING OF COMING HERE.

WELL, I MIGHT.

YOU SHOULDN'T BE SO ANXIOUS
TO LEAVE HIGH SCHOOL.

WHY IS THAT?

YOU DON'T KNOW
HOW GOOD YOU HAVE IT.

YOU'RE A SENIOR.

IT'S THE BEST TIME
OF YOUR LIFE.

COME ON, DENISE.

YOU COULDN'T WAIT
TO LEAVE HIGH SCHOOL.

I WAS JUST A KID.

I DIDN'T KNOW ANY BETTER.

WHAT DIDN'T YOU KNOW?

THEO, COLLEGE IS HARD.

YOU SOUND LIKE DEAN HARRIS.

WELL, HE'S RIGHT.

LOOK AT ME.

IN HIGH SCHOOL,
I GOT ALL "A's" and "B's."

NOW I'M LUCKY TO PULL A "C."

DENISE, YOU KNOW
WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS?

YOU PEAKED TOO EARLY.

YOU SHOULD HAVE PACED YOURSELF
IN HIGH SCHOOL LIKE I DID.

WHAT?

YOU BREEZED THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL.

YOU GOT GOOD GRADES.

YOU DIDN'T EVEN STUDY.

I STARTED OUT TERRIBLE
AND GOT BETTER.

THERE WAS A TIME

WHEN MOM AND DAD
THOUGHT I WAS HOPELESS.

NOW THEY'RE JUST THRILLED
I'M EVEN THINKING ABOUT COLLEGE.

I WONDER WHAT
MOM AND DAD

WOULD THINK IF I
TOOK SOME TIME OFF?

WHAT DO YOU MEAN "TIME OFF?"

I DON'T KNOW--
A SEMESTER OR SOMETHING.

AND DID WHAT?

WENT TO EUROPE OR GOT A JOB.

ARE YOU CRAZY?

WHAT IS CRAZY ABOUT THAT?

DON'T DO THIS TO ME!

TO YOU?

I'M THE NEXT ONE
GOING TO COLLEGE.

IF YOU DO THIS,
I'LL TAKE THE HEAT.

EXCUSE ME!

HANG IN ONE MORE SEMESTER.

I'LL BE ACCEPTED SOMEWHERE
BY SPRING.

I DON'T KNOW.

I FEEL LIKE
I'M WASTING THEIR MONEY.

DENISE, THIS IS THE TIME

YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO BE
WASTING THEIR MONEY.

COME ON, PLEASE?

I DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M GETTING
OUT OF COLLEGE.

THERE MUST BE SOMETHING
THAT INTERESTS YOU.

EVERYTHING INTERESTS ME!

I HAVEN'T EVEN
DECIDED ON A MAJOR YET.

DENISE, KEEP LOOKING!

YOU'LL FIND SOMETHING.

HILLMAN CAN SAVE ANYBODY.

IT SAVED DAD.

THEO, YOU'RE OKAY.

YOU'RE CRAZY, BUT YOU'RE OKAY.

I AM?

YES.

I'M GLAD YOU CAME
THIS WEEKEND.

ME, TOO.

DOES THIS MEAN YOU'RE
NOT TAKING ANY TIME OFF?

I GUESS NOT.

I'LL JUST STAY HERE

AND KEEP PULLING
THOSE "C+'s."

GOOD.

NOW YOU KNOW,
IF YOU APPLY YOURSELF

THOSE "C+'s"
CAN TURN INTO "B's."

OH, SHUT UP.

SORRY.

LET'S GET OUT OF HERE
AND GET A PIZZA ON CAMPUS.

I THOUGHT YOU'D NEVER SAY SO.

OKAY, ARE WE
READY TO ORDER?

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