Breaking the News 2
It's ten o'clock. Come on. It's break time.
You want to get a soda?
No. I need a cigarette. So...
No, you don't.
Yes, I do.
Sandy, when are you going to quit smoking?
So? What did they say?
I haven't told Matt yet. Kevin thinks it's great. My dad is definitely not happy!
He's mad, huh?
Yeah ... Well, today's the day. It's time to let the boss know I'm leaving.
You're going to quit ... just like that?
Well, I have to give them a two-week notice, right? Then ... I'm out of here.
Oh, I can't believe it.
Well, it s true ... Hey, I need some new clothes ... you want to go shopping after work?
What are we looking for?
I've got plenty of jeans and casual stuff for class. What I really need is something dressy for California. I've got zilch.
How about this?
Too formal. This is pretty. Where's the price tag?
Two hundred dollars! And it's on sale?
Who can afford this stuff?
This is 30 percent off-only sixty dollars.
I like it. Do they have your size?
Mmm ... Size six, perfect. I m going to try it on.
Listen, I have to tell you a big secret. My mom doesn't even know.
I'm moving in with Jack.
You're what? The two of you are always fighting!
Well ... things change.
Yeah, but people don't.
Look, I'm going to do it. Period. I know you don't think it's a good idea, so let's just change the subject.
Sandy, I just want you to be happy, that's all. This thing with you and Jack is just ...
Look ... I think I can make it work.
It looks great.
I don't know. Maybe it's too ...
When do you have to leave?
In a few weeks.
Do you have your plane ticket?
No, of course not.
You'd better hurry up. It's cheaper if you buy your ticket a few weeks in advance.
I am not flying; I'm driving to San Francisco.
Drive? All by yourself? Are you crazy?
No, practical. I'll need a car in San Francisco, right? Anyway, I want to see the Southwest. So, why not buy a car here and drive it out there?
You are nuts! So, what kind of car are you gonna get?
The best car I can get for fifteen hundred dollars.