Growing Pains 116 The Seavers vs. the Cleavers
Maggie: It's eight thirty guys moncler jackets . The eight o clock bus will be here in ten minutes.
Mike: But I still got to get ready.
Jason: Ben! School.
Carol: Forgot to give you guys this. It's a letter form the parents association.
Mike: Ex nay on the eter lay, Carol.
Jason: Lets me see this.
Maggie: I'll take it
Jason: Dear fellow parents, our program of weekly dances in is jeopardy owing to the fact that many of you have not fulfilled your parental responsibilities and made yourselves available for chaperoning... You know who you are and more importantly, we know who you are.
Sincerely, Mrs. Adolf Hitler. Joan Hinckley, President of the Parents Association. Nice tone.
Mike: Now come on. Busy people like you have far better things to do than hang around the smelly gym.
Carol: Embarrassing Mike.
Mike: Yeah! I mean no.
Mike: That was her word, not mine mum.
Carol: I don't care if they chaperone dances. Bye moncler sale !
Mike: That's cos you have never been to one.
Maggie: Mike? Did you get one of these letters?
Mike: Yeah, sure.
Maggie: Well where is it?
Mike: Oh come on mum. Give me some kind of credit here. Look, I'm not going to bother you guys with a stupid letter like that. Look I try to screen these things for you guys. You know, cut down on the junk mail, protect your valuable time. It's stuck to the ceiling in the boyís john .
Maggie: Ben, the bus.
Jason: Use it or lose it. Come on Ben. I think you're spending far too much time studying and not nearly enough horsing around.
Jason: I'm kidding. Ben knows when the old dad is kidding. Right Ben?
Ben: Aye my Lord.
Jason: Aye my lord?
Ben: It's from Robin Hood. Itís the school play this year.
Jason: Oh! You mean you weren't calling me my lord as a measure of respect moncler cheap ?
Ben: Ha ha ha ha! That's funny dad.
Maggie: See he does know when his old dad is kidding.
Ben: And this year I'm going to get a part.
Jason: Well letís hope, but I remember last years auditions , how heart broken you were.
Ben: Come on dad! I was just a kid.
Jason: Ah, I see. So this year as the only adult in the third grade, you have to have a hard edge .
Ben: That's how I figure it.
Jason: Well good luck
Maggie: Good bye honey. Break a leg!
Maggie: Figure of speech . Jason. When you were Mike's age would you have been afraid or embarrassed to have your parents chaperone moncler down jackets ?
Jason: Oh sure. I went through that phase. My dad volunteered to chaperone one of our school trips. I begged him not to. I said "dad, Iím not going to do anything" and he said, "that' fine, you can not do anything but with me there".
Mike: Hey, looking good dad. Vicious ensemble mum! Yous all have a nice day now, you hear!