... dresser and find nothing but Harry Potter books, D&D
costumes and other nerd stuff.STANDamn.
None of this is good proof of terrorist activity. Just proof of my
failure as a father.STEVEYou
go that right.Stan
turns around to find Steve laying on his bed, reading a comic book.
He has some bandages on his head due to the events at school. Stan is
How the hell did you get here? And where's my son?!STEVERelax,
dad. It's me. The kids at school burned my hair off.STANWhat?
Why did you let them do that?STEVEI
didn't let them! Turns out my friends really aren't as cool as they
used to be.STANDon't
worry, Steve, they were never cool to begin with. By the way, has
your mother ever asked you to hide anything from me?STEVENo,
do you think mom is hiding something?STANOh,
what was that last thing you asked?STANUh,
nothing! Forget it. Bye!Stan
leaves Steve's room in a rush of discomfort over the situation, but
quickly regains his composure. He heads down the hallway to search
Hayley will surely have proof of terrorism in her things. Francine
did a splendid job trainer her to believe in herself. Perhaps Steve
was able to resist the brainwashing techniques. But of course that
would mean that Steve is smart. And Steve being smart (beat)
AAAAAGHH! No! Brain...can't... handle... that idea!