You're home early.
It was a half day, today.
How come ?
I just had one final and graduation pictures.
My cap and gown. Let me show you. It smells funny! And, the cap...How about it Kevin Casey, high school graduate.
It's too bad your mother can't see you now ...
What's for lunch?
Kevin, come sit here. Rebecca and I are both worried about your finals. How was your exam today?
A breeze. Math's my best subject. It was an easy test.
Well, good...What about the others science, history?...
Dad, give me a break! I'll pass them all with flying colors.
This won't even cover my bills.
Your whole paycheck?
Yeah. I lent some money to Jack.
You can sure kiss that money goodbye.
Why are you so hard on Jack? You know, he's really a good guy.
I'm sorry, I just don't think that...Let's forget it.
I'd like to cash this check, please.
Do you have an account at this bank?
Can I see some form of identification, please?
Why do I always have to show my I.D.?
He's a new teller. Hey, they do it for your protection.
Right, so we have to show our I.D. every single time.
Twenty, forty, sixty, eighty, a hundred, a hundred and twenty, hundred and forty, hundred and sixty, hundred and eighty, two hundred.
Hi, I'd like to deposit the whole check into my savings account, please.
How can you live without cash?
I get money from the cash machine...forty dollars at a time.
I can't stand you, Rebecca.
Don't they charge for these cash machines?
It depends on what kind of account you have, and whether you have enough money in it.
And you have that much money saved?
How else am I going to pay for college? Save, save, save.
Do you know about this videotape?
The Boston School of Music? Yeah, this is the music school that Becky wants to go to.
Why doesn't she study something practical, like business? She'll never make any money with a degree in music.
You never know.