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i'll see you saturday. who was that? my cousin barbara. she and dick want us to baby-sit for kenneth. are all the reform schoolsclosed for the weekend? steven, he's a well-behaved little boy. elyse, he neededa police escortto nursery school. alex and mallory will be out of town. we'll have plenty of room. i have work to do saturday, plus i'm watching the ohio state-iowa game. don't worry. jennifer and i will keep him out of your way. i wish you'dconsult me first. i will from now on. it's not fairto impose on me. it is the weekend. you're absolutely right. i'm wrong. i'm sorry, ok? ok. i hope i wasn'ttoo rough on you. i hope kenneth finds something in here he likes. these are alex's old toys.
he sold them to an orphanage. alex saysi can't go to princeton with him this weekend. if she insists on tagging along to visit jeff, she's going to have to abide by my rules. what rules? he told me i had to ridein the freight car. not a freight car, a baggage car. alex! i went to a lot of trouble for this interview with the dean of admissions. this interview's pivotal to my future. we understand how important this interview is, but you ought to ease up on your restrictions. alex, i will not annoy you for the entire weekend. how can i be sure? you've never gonethat long before. i've never tried before. look, alex. you won't even know i'm there. ok.
[knocking] yo, jeff! 305--this is the place. wow! this is great! i love college. "alex, i'll beback about 2:00. jeff." jeff will be so surprised to see me. are we going to wait here for him? no, we are not going to do anything. i am going to get settled, then go to my interview. i got to get mentally prepared. i don't even want to see you until afterwards. i saw a posterfor a dance tonight. you thinkjeff will take me? you're starting to get on my nerves, mallory. i brought a nice dressjust in case. oh, alex!this is so exciting! mallory... listen, mallory. i would like to be alone right now, ok?
i should be gone by the time you get back. mallory... please, i beg of you. go away. ok, i'll go. if jeff comes back, don't say i'm here. i want to surprise him. how's it going? uh...fine. where's, uh... you know... the little prince? kenneth's outsideplaying quietly with jennifer, just wherehe's been all along. don't rub it in. he's behaving very well. i guess the memory of kenneth's last visit was still fresh in my mind. steven, kenneth's last visitwas uneventful. the fire department didn't think so.
pretty soon you'll forgethe's even around. [zap!] ah! gotcha! what happened? kenneth shot me. what? he snuck up on me, and he zapped me with a toy space gun! oh, honey.should i take youto the pretend hospital? mom, can we go now? go where? don'tyou remember? today's mother's dayat my ballet school. don't go! i mean, uh... can't you go some other time? tomorrow? i promised her, honey.i have to go.
if you must go, please take kenneth with you. what would kenneth doat a ballet class? the same thing he does here-- cause misery and human suffering. that's enough, steven. you're overreactingto the whole situation. ok, you're right. i'm sorry. let's go, mom. i'll see you in a while, honey. let's hope. bye, honey. kenneth! hi, cousin elyse. i have to take jennifer to ballet class. you play nicely while i'm gone? don't worry about me. i'll be fine here with good old steven. good-bye. bye. cousin steven? yes, kenneth?
thank you. i appreciate it. i'll go outsideand play with those toys. maybe when i'm done here, we can toss a softball around. great! i'll go warm up! i swear... yum dum dum bum bum bum bum take me out to the crowd buy me some peanuts-- [crash] and cracker jacks... alex! hey, jeff! how you doing? try to stay offmy rmmate's side. things can geta little dangerousover there. yeah. uh-huh.
when's your interview? half an hour. i'm so excited. who's it with? a dean. dean memminger. memminger? alex, he's tough. how so? well, he'sfrom the old school. he wasn't happywhen the school went coed. he thinks girls interferewith the manly pursuitof higher education. so do i. i was going to take a walk around the campus. you want to come? i can't.a friend's coming over. ok. well, i'll see you later. good luck. thanks. [knock on door] hi. hi. did your friend alex get here?
it's a pleasureto meet you, sir. i'm not ready for you yet. i'll be right back. allow me, sir. please wait inside my office. yes, sir. i'll just waitinside your office. you'll be backin a few minutes. so far, so good. whoa. yes, dean memminger. i certainly do want to attend princeton. i have always had a certain... shall we say lust... no, not lust. an admirationfor the ivy league. alex!
oh, oh, i saw jeff-- what about jeff? i saw jeff and, and, and the desk, uh, kissing. jeff waskissing the desk? no, he was leaning against the desk. he was, um... he was kissing, um...a girl. oh, boy. i want to go home. let's go home,ok, alex? mallory, are you crazy? i got my interview now! mallory, i'vegot to talk to you! go away, jeff! i don't want to see you! let me explain! let him explain. take her out for dinner. here's some money. i meant to tell youabout sandy.
her name's sandy! here'ssome more money. take sandywith you. i'm sorry you found out like this, but we agreed to see other people. that's right.i guess this is settled, huh? i don't want to talk about it anymore. mallory! jeff. alex! ahem! has there been a coup? well, hello, dean memminger. i was just wishing alex good luck. you'll really like him. he's a swell kid. that'sgood enough for me. congratulations. welcome to princeton. we'll talk later, mallory. well, so long. and who is this? hi.
i want to go homeright now, ok, alex? mallory, please be reasonable. just wait outside. i'll be done soon. ok.i'll wait out here. good. and try to forget jeff. [crying] ok. i'm ready. are you sure? yes, sir. this interview has not got off to a good start. any further interruptions may be held against you. i'd do the same thingif i were in your shoes. did i tell you how muchi liked your shoes? sit down, mr. keaton, please. yes, sir. i must say, i'm very impressed with your application. i can always spot sincerity and commitment in an application.
i regard princetonas the finest-- [sobbing] educational in-- [sobbing] ever since i was a lad of six or eightmonths of age-- [telephone rings] excuse me. hello. it's for you. thank you. hello. mallory, would you please-- look! i know you want to go home right now, but i can't! now, mallory, don't leave without me. no, don't leave the building.
do you think she'll call again? no. no, that's it. let's get on with this interview. please. mr. keaton, tell me what unique qualities you possess which might enrich the princeton community. i'm gladyou asked that. how much timehave you got? ha! [coughs] at the riskof sounding immodest, you see before youa young man without a flaw. unlessyou find me immodest, in which case,i have one flaw. i see you're very involved in extracurricular activities. oh, yes, sir.you see correctly. in fact, if i mayspeak extracurricularlyfor a moment--
well, sir, i, uh... [sobbing] she's leaving. huh? just a second. mallory, come back here! what isgoing on here? dean memminger, is there any possibility of rescheduling this interview later today? there'll be no reschedulingof this interview. i'm sorry to hear that, sir, because i have to go. what? look. that'smy sister out there. she came upto princeton with meto surprise her boyfriend, and she saw himwith another girl. she's very upset, and i shouldgo talk to her. so, i got to go.
because i really dowant to attend princeton. i love this place. i loveeverything about it. i have ivy growingon my bedroom walls. go tigers! beat yale! i mean that. the buckeyes call time-out. 12 seconds left in the game. it's a long shot, folks. i'm bored. when's jennifer getting back? very soon. can't youdo something? like what? what were you doing? burning ants with a magnifying glass. so keep doing that! can i go through your drawers again? i'd really rather you-- what do you mean,again? teams retake the field for what could be the final play.
can i watch-- no, kenneth. this is the last play of the game. i'll get the picture to come in better. kenneth, it's fine! fine, really. the buckeyes line up in the power i formation. stopwood calls the signals. kenneth! he fades to pass. he laterals to sobrenko. i'll be over here! sobrenko's at the 40! he breaks a tackle! at the 30! he's got one more man to beat! go, go, go! not you, kenneth! oops. hey, i got you something to eat. oh, thanks,i'm not hungry.
i want to die. i guess you're not up for gin rummy, huh? what a weekend. i ruined your interview,i lost my boyfriend, i madea fool of myself. never beforehave i acted so selfishly. come on, mallory. sure you have. i'm just kidding. cheer up, will you? so, uh... how did you and jeff leave things? there wasn'tmuch we could say. we did agreeto see other people. it was stupidof me to go. why didn'tyou stop me? what? kidding.i'm just kidding. it's good you're laughing about it. despair does funny thingsto a woman. listen, uh... mallory...
a good one, and i know you're upset, but let me tell you something. you're a very special person. you got a good heart, you got a good sense of humor, you're attractive, and, uh... you're a lot smarter than i usually give you credit for. so, uh...don't you worry, mallory. there are a lot of guys who'd feel lucky even to meet someone like you. it's true, mallory. i don't know what in the world possessed me to say all that, but, uh...it is true. alex, i don'tunderstand it. i'm surprisedyou're not angryafter what i did. i don't understand it myself.
and i saw you wandering across the campus delirious with grief, it really got to me. all of a sudden, getting into princeton didn't seem as important as helping you out. i thinkyou're changing, alex. you may be right, mallory. i really learned a lot about myself today. what? i always thought that i knew myself, what i wanted, how i wanted to get it, but apparently, i was wrong. i am going to have to face the cold, hard truth that underneath it all, like it or not, i'm just a helluva nice guy. shut upand deal the cards. all right. a game of hearts? alex.
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