The Shawn Hunter that I know is one of the most unique individuals I've ever met, and if you let this place take away who you really are, Shawn, then you've made the worst judgement you could make. You made the judgement.
No offense, Cory, but your project looks like you ripped off that show on MTV, The Real World.
Let's not say goodbye. Let's just say I love you.
A candy bar? Doesn't your mother feed you a proper breakfast?
I love you all. Class dismissed.
Oh yeah, she does. And now I gotta get the taste of this shredded wheat out of my mouth.
No, you'll always be with us. As long as we live, okay?
You were almost in my way!
That makes me Shawn. Come on, Joey.
Excuse me? New guy in town. Going to Pennbrook. Just got a three bedroom apartment and looking for roommates.
Money doesn't make you rich, life makes you rich. Our father taught us that.
You will? Okay, great! Yeah, me too. Alrighty, okay. Bye. YES!
I don't know what's going to happen to me. But I do know that I'm going to be a good person who cares about people, and I blame you for that.
Give me your hand.
I will never forget you. You were more of a father to me than my own dad.
It's in there.
Oh! I want to be Cory! Can I be Cory?
Why did you get detention?
We're always here for you, alright?
I gave up a scholarship to Yale to move to Philadelphia with you, and you tell me you're going to Corpus Christi to find yourself? You know what? Find this!
I am so proud of you, Jack. You know you're doing the right thing.
Take care of yourself, Cory.
Just the kid I want to see.
I know you will.
Sorry I'm late! Well, actually I was out in the hall having a smoke.
Good boy. Good boys.
Yeah. This year I might even take the SOT's.
It would look a lot like this, but perturbed.
He's a teacher, man. You keep ragging on him, he's going to make our whole sixth grade year miserable.
You never gave up on me, never once. I'm not going to forget you. You're the best person I know.