Pastor Rob: Question. Y'all ever had a youth lock-in? Mary: Oh. No. Whenever we talk about it, Pastor Jeff shoots it down. Pastor Rob: Why? Kids love sleepovers. Doing it here shows them church can be fun. Mary: I don't know. The Methodists did it last year. They're still cleaning up Silly String.
Pastor Jeff: Lock-in? I love it! Pastor Rob: Look at that. Mary: You always say no. Pastor Jeff: That was before I had a baby in the house. I love him, but a night away sounds like magic.
Pastor Rob: Hey, you want to chaperone with me? Mary: Oh. Uh... I don't know. Pastor Rob: Come on. We'll pull an all-nighter. It'll be fun. Pastor Jeff: Yeah, Mary. Don't be such a lame-o. [Rob chuckles] Mary: I'm not a lame-o. I'm a fun-o. Pastor Jeff: So you're in? Mary: You betcha. Pastor Rob: All right. Fun-o is in. We got ourselves a lock-in to plan.
George Jr.: Need a hand? Mandy: This thing ate my quarters, and now it's stuck. George Jr.: That tends to happen with number seven. What you want to do is a push-pull. Mandy: And here I was just pushing like a damn fool. [chuckles]
George Jr.: I ain't seen you in here before. Mandy: Oh, I just moved back from San Antonio. George Jr.: Oh, big city girl. Mandy: Well, now I'm "living back with my parents" girl. George Jr.: That's all right. I lived with my folks not too long ago. Mandy: Isn't it weird? Whenever you live at home, no matter how old you are, you feel like a teenager. George Jr.: It did feel that way.