I don't know
I see him
And, shut the door and step outside...
talk to us for a minute
Be right back, you guys!
You're not supposed to go out, Amy
Rudy, come on, I'm really late! Come on
How was school?
Why do you say that?
for English homework. But they didn't tell us
what it's supposed to be about
What do you mean?
I mean, they didn't tell us what it's supposed
to be about. They said do whatever you want
Well, what's wrong with that?
I don't know, I just think it's unstructured
Well I'm sure you'll think of something
If you can't, I'll help you
Okay, here... Don't forget your backpack
It's not a backpack, it's a knapsack
Then don't forget the knapsack
Hey, Give me a hug. Okay
Guess who's been asking for you?
Oh no, really? Is that his car?
Yeah, come in
Oh yeah, Brian
Brian, hi. I'm Samantha Ann Prescott
I'm the lending officer
Yeah, hi. Hi. How are you. Have a seat
I am so sorry I was late
Yeah, we missed you before...
I got held up...
I'm sure it's not
Actually, would you get that door for me, please
So I always run out at 3:15 to meet him...
to mind about it, so I was...
Well, Samantha, I realize that Scotsville...
No, it's not
No, I know it's not
Now, that means I don't want anybody
running out at 3:15 or 3:30 or whenever
the bus happens to come in that day
pick up your son after school?
Does your husband work in the area?
Ahh, no. Rudy Sr. Isn't on the scene
so to speak
Well, I can give you a few days
to make some other arrangements. But...
I understand what you're saying
and I think it's great. I do
But I've been meeting this bus
every day for 3 years now
And if I take the time out of my lunch hour...
Well, I'd prefer if you would
make some other arrangements, Okay?
I'll do my best
So, how old's your son?
That's a terrific age
What room is he going to stay in?
He can stay in the little room
You know what, he's not going to live here
And it's okay if you don't remember
you were only six the last time he was here
But I think it'll be nice
if you got a chance to know each other
Don't you think?
if I put on some music?
Did you think of a story?
What's it about?
What... What about your father?
Can I read it when you're done?
It's not very good
Don't say that
Anyway, Bob, it's kind of this adventure story
or something, working for the government
And it made me feel kinda weird. Because
Because I don't know what to say
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