Buddy sneaks into a disco club, with the help of an older acquaintance,
finds it more than she bargained for; Annie has a date with a jock.
Written by Edward Zwick; produced by Nigel McKeand; directed by Edward
Priscilla Lopez: Julie.
Paul Pape: Clyde.
Dennis Dimster: Brock.
Jeff Kutash: Allen Moss.
James Jeter: Policeman.
Nels Van Patten: Daniel.
Doug: What time d'you get home last night? Buddy: Not late. Nine. Doug: Where were you? Buddy: Mom knew I wasn't coming home for dinner, Dad. Doug: Second night in a row... Buddy: I had plans, OK? Doug: No. It's not OK, not on a school night. Buddy: I'm sixteen years old! Doug: Exactly. Honey, I just wanna make sure you're taking
of yourself. This mysterious new social life of yours... Buddy (pushing her plate away): I'm not hungry after all. Doug: No reason to act like a child. Buddy: That's how you're treating me, isn't it? Doug: I'll see you tonight at dinner. Buddy: I don't think I can make it. Doug: Oh, I think you can. And will. You understand? Buddy: Yeah. Bye. [gets up and leaves] Doug: Oh, sixteen... Not again!
Annie: How was your day at school? Kate: Hair-raising. Somehow, I still feel as if I should ask
that question. Annie: Role reversal is a healthy sign in family
relationships. Kate: Someone's been reading my psychology textbook again... Annie: It beats anything on the sixth-grade reading
list. Kate: Good! Then maybe you could help me cram for my exams.
Kate: Annie, was it my imagination -- or did you just ask a boy
for a date? Annie: All the other girls at school are doing it. Besides, if I
make my move, Emmy Sheldon would've beaten me to the punch. Kate: I suppose we have Gloria Steinem to thank for this.
Brock: Hey, Annie, look at it this way: when I become a famous
quarterback, you can tell your kids you kissed a superstar. Annie: On the other hand, I could tell them I witnessed your
Willie: What's the problem? Annie: Brock. Willie: I thought you were crazy about him. Annie: On the football field, yes. But in person... he's about
appealing as a goalpost. Willie: Well, then just tell him to kick off. Annie: Not funny.