The entire speech would be about porn and blunts.
- Stephanie Kim, what's good? - Let's go.
-斯蒂芬妮·金 你好吗 -我们走
Why you staring at Luce, Stephanie?
I'm talking to you.
Not everyone likes your big mouth.
She loves my big mouth.
Loves it all over that pussy!
Man, you're so gross!
Hey yo, I'll see you all at practice.
Pole-tests used to be law.
So was segregation. Red lining.
That's not the same.
Things were different back then.
Well, like that was a different time.
Social norms were different.
People's expectations, their attitudes...
Is this not important to you?
You might want to speak more clearly.
I can't hear you.
Keep in mind, that for her,
this knowledge is incidental but for you
it can be life or death.
So you might want to treat this material
with the seriousness it deserves, Mr. Meeks.
Which reminds me, I'm almost done
grading your assignments. I apologize,
it's taking me a little longer than usual but,
you'll have them back soon.
Let's have a look in here. Okay...
- Let's see... - That feels funny!
How do you feel about a weekend trip to Cornell?
- This weekend? - Yeah.
Maggie's sister said she'd make a call
and get Luce some one-on-one time with the professor.
This weekend we have the sip-and-see.
- Oh my God! - If you don't want to go,
you should have said, right?
Yeah, well, it's not that I don't want to go. I mean,
- Trust me. I don't want to go, but... - No, you just hate babies.
-相信我 我不想去 但是 -你就是讨厌婴儿
I do not hate babies.
I mean, I love babies!
But you hate babies.
Well, I'm just shocked you're prioritizing
your ex's sip-and-see over your son's college education,
but hey, that's just me.
Okay. Punchline and point made.
Okay, fine. You're in charge of picking up
whatever someone brings to a sip-and-see.
Got it. Okay, see you at home.
- Mrs. Edgar. - Hi.
I appreciate you coming back down here.
Well, you have to make time for what's important.
Ain't that the truth.
- Kids are lucky to have you. - Thank you.
- Luce too. - We're lucky to have him.
We care a great deal about his success.
- Peter and I too. - Of course.
And I know context matters.
Given Luce's background,
you and Peter must have faced quite a few challenges.
the language barrier, the culture shock.
He's a resilient kid.
He is. But it's also a testament to your parenting.
We had a lot of support, especially in the early days. I mean,
you don't pull a kid out of a war zone
and have him turn out like Luce without a lot of help.
Which is why this is so difficult.
Last week, the class was given an assignment
to write in the voice of an historical figure.
Some students picked FDR at the start of the Great Depression
or even Fidel Castro at the Bay of Pigs.