Teen Wolf

I'm going through changes.
Don't worry about that.
We all go through that.

Some a bit later than others.
Sorry I didn't notice.
I haven't been in the locker room much.

I don't think it's gonna be possible
for me to play on the team anymore.

Oh, yeah? Well look,
I know what you're going through.

A couple years back
a kid came to me the same way.

Saying to me
the same thing you're saying.

He wanted to drop off the team.
His mother was a widow, all crippled up.
She was scrubbing floors.

She had a pin in her hip.
He wanted to drop basketball and get a job.

Now these were poor people.
Hungry people with real problems.

Understand what I'm saying?
What happened to the kid?
I don't know. He quit.
Third stringer, I didn't need him.

- I'm a first stringer.
- And you work for your old man.

I should be coming to you
when I need money.

Fine. Thanks a lot, coach.
Don't mention it.
Like I said before: Mi casa, su casa.

(girls talking, laughing)
(girl 1) Are you going to work?
Will you walk with me?

- (girl 2) Catch you later, Boof.
- (Scott) Bye, Tina... Sheena...?

(Scott) I had the strangest dream.
It was bizarre.

- Was I in this one?
- You, Pamela and a bunch of chickens.

- How the hell are you?
- Say no.

- Great talking to you.
- Chickens?

Yeah, big chickens. Giant chickens.
Like fryers.

- (Scott) That guy was right. We do suck.
- No news there.

1-12. I don't even know
what I'm doing out there.

I'm sick of it, Boof.
I'm sick of being so average.