It may not help Milford win, but at least Gil made those two punk kids’ lives a little worse. He showed them who’s boss. Our hero.
You just don’t understand the burdens of being superior to everyone else.
Characters are talking about how awesome the author-avatar is, so it’s not exactly like bragging about how awesome you are.
But not bad enough to get up and actually help, eh Nancy?
Those sodas were a damn sight cheaper than losing my job by trying to buck an unjust, inflexible system, I’ll tell you what!
“If we didn’t enforce stupid, ridiculous rules the whole system would collapse!”
Wake up, Frank! 1974 is a new world!
Yes, her life of working as a waitress and renting a room in the DeGroot’s house. What a tragedy to leave all that behind!
It was a joke for him and Brad, at Shannon’s expense.
Her dad said something nice to her. When she asks, TJ tells her that her dad meant that she’s dangerous and people don’t want to be around her, the opposite of what her dad meant. You find that cute, I don’t.