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Damn it, Dedee!
You better get in there, missy,|and wear what I put out for you.
Do you hear me?
I'm not about to have you show up|in that crap you wear to school.
This isn't just any old day|of the week, you know.
If you're one of those people|who don't like movies...
and covers up all the holes|in the plot and...
at the end says, "I was never the same|after that summer"...
or whatever, like it was so deep|they can't stand it...
Lord, help me...
My name is Dedee Truitt.
I'm sixteen, and this is|Creve Coeur, Louisiana...
which is French, I think,|for like, f***ed heart.
she was her|daughter's best friend.
Whenever she did, I thought, great,|not only do I have a shitty mother...
but my best friend's a loser|b*tch.
Dedee, honey, put the dirt on like I|told you how to.
She was all over me the day we|buried my stepfather.
That's not what I said!|What are you doing?
Les was a real a**hole.
To get cancer of the ass was,|like, poetic.
Almost as good as cancer|of the dick... if they have that.
I had to get out of there.
Look around. Wouldn't you?
This part where I take the gun is,|like, important.
Which we covered when we did Dickens.
If you're smart, you won't forget|I've got it.
Randy was a geek, but he was nicer|than a lot of the guys...
mostly because he was born with|only one ball.
I told him I was going to my|grandma's in Memphis.
who was really only my|half-brother...
and who I'd seen once before|when I was a kid when my real dad died.
and a actual real-life homo and|a teacher...
which is kind of gross, I mean,|the combo.
you're in over your head.
I don't have a heart of gold,|and I don't grow one later, okay?
We call them losers.
You're not Bill.
No, I'm Matt. Bill's at school.
Are you one of his students?
It's okay, I'm his sister.
I gotta call you back.
I didn't know he had a sister.
Who are you?
Can I come in? I'm a real relation.
Yeah, come on.
Okey-dokey, butts out.
Come on, let's go, let's go.
You holding up the wall there, Joe?
No, I just can't go if anybody's|around.
There's a sentence here that's a|fragment. What is it?
Now how would you fix that?
You don't need the every, right?
Yeah, I guess so. Can I go?
Probably not a good idea to use your|real name.
Phone call for Mr. Truitt.|Telephone call for Mr. Truitt.
- she took a shower. I don't know.|- How did she get here?
- She took a bus.|- Can you believe this place?
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