Chris and his son are forced to sleep in the subway bathroom for the night. This made me feel empathy because it showed how sad Chris was and how he had to find a place for him and his son to sleep. I can imagine how desperate he is and how he has no more money to rent a apartment or even a motel. This scene made me feel very sorry and sad for Chris and his son since he still needs to provide for his son and try and still find a job.
He comes back to the motel to find a letter from the IRS telling him that he didn't pay his taxes so they took all his money from his bank account. This makes me feel very sad and shocked how he gets mostly everything taken away from him. I can imagine how it feels having almost everything you own getting stripped away from you. I also can imagine the pain he is going through when he is struggling to get his job and suddenly he has no more money.
Chris finally gets his job after 6 months of struggle and hard work. The board members of Dean Witter accept him and he is speechless and very happy. This scene made me feel happiness for Chris and his son. I put myself in his shoes and saw how hard it was for him and the challenges he had to overcome to get to this part in his life. He had to sell all of his scanners, compete in this very hard internship and care for his son all at the same time.