It's OK, my class is right here. I hope you don't think our whole school is rude. Someone would've stopped to help, but, you know first day and all
Well, hello, Jeffrey Alper from New Jersey. And thanks again for being the one who stopped to help.
Ooh, now I've made you late to class.
Gak's not gair! Goo gon't know I'n gonna kail ga kest! Why gon't goo hag any kaith in me?
Jeffrey Alper, how could you? Did you think you'd be able to hide this from us forever, just by getting rid of the letter? Did you even think about what would happen when you failed the state test?
It is fair, Jeff. I do have faith in you - usually. But how am I supposed to react when you deliberately deceive your parents?
No, but you said that thinking is the enemy of math.
Let's just say that if I ever need someone who knows how to make a lot of mistakes really fast, you'll be getting the call. Didn't you think at all while you were taking the test?
Hmm, did I
In this scene, Jeffrey was helping Lindsey pick up the books that she had dropped, while Lindsey was apologizing to Jeffrey for making him late to class.
In this scene, Jeffrey's mom is yelling/talking to him about the letter that Jeffrey threw in the garbage. She was very furious and was trying to explain to Jeffrey that her, herself and his father understand and want Jeffrey to succeed.
In this scene, Mr. McGrath was explaining to Jeffrey how bad Jeffrey did on the test in a nice way. He asked Jeffrey if he even though about anything on the test, and Jeffrey said that Mr. McGrath told him not to basically. Then Mr. McGrath acted all confused like he never said that.