Jerry Renault, what position are you trying our for?
This year I've ordered 20,000 boxes of chocolate, I think it's about that time to start selling.
That is almost twice as much as you ordered last year!
Bailey you must be cheating, how do you get all A's on every paper?!
I never cheat, and you know that.
Chapter 1- When all the boys were at football tryouts and Jerry (the PROTAGONIST in the story) wanted to try out for quarterback, even though he doesn't seem to enjoy it.
Chapter 4- Brother Leon discusses to Archie (the ANTAGONIST of the story) about the chocolate sale, he states that the trinity boys loved selling them, so now he had doubled the amount to give them a challenge.
So, Jerry are you going to sell the chocolates now?
I refuse, so No!!!
Chapter 6- Bailey was brought to the front of the class only to be embarrassed by Brother Leon. Bailey was accused of cheating, but Leon knows for a fact that he doesn't cheat at all
Oh, yea thanks I guess
Hey, Renault way to stick up for yourself today
Chapter 11- Brother Eugene's classroom is torn apart with all the desks screws undone, someone said "wow" and another student assumed it was the vigils.
Chapter 17- Day 11 of the chocolate sale and the end of Jerry's assignment of not selling the chocolates. Everyone was now waiting for him to finally saying yes, but like everyone figures he says no again.
Chapter 19- A random boy had sat next to Jerry on the bus, he then proceeds to congratulate him for standing up to Leon refusing to sell the chocolates, unlike the others because they are scare of Brother Leon.