Alexandra: You ready for the next problem?
Robbie: You know what? I can''t look at another number. How about a lemonade break?
Robbie: Oh, by he way, when is your plane reservation for your flight to Athens?
Alexandra: Sunday. Why?
Robbie: Would you be able to come over Saturday night?
Alexandra: Yes. I should be finished packing by then.
Robbie: My folks are giving me a little graduation party.
Robbie: I''ll pick you up.
Alexandra: That isn''t necessary.
Robbie: My dad''s letting me borrow the car.
Alexandra: Oh, well, that would be very nice.
Robbie: About eight 0''clock?
Alexandra: Eight 0''clock is fine.
Robbie: Great! It''s a date.
Alexandra: Who''s going to be there?
Robbie: Just my friend Mike and a few kids from school.
Alexandra: I''m going to miss all of you. You''ve been like a second family to me.
Robbie: We''re going to miss you.
Alexandra: Maybe you could come to visit me in Greece?
Robbie: I''m counting on it.
Alexandra: Wonderful! Are you excited about graduating from high school?
Robbie: Sure...and a little scared.
Alexandra: Scared? Why?
Robbie: Aren''t you a little scared?
Alexandra: I was when I first came to the United States. I''d never been away from home, and I didn''t know what it would be like. But then I found out that people are the same everywhere once you get to know them.
Robbie: I''m glad I got to know you.
Alexandra: Thank you. I''m glad I got to know You-and your family.
Robbie: Wouldn''t it be nice if we could skip the examinations and get right to the graduation party?
Alexandra: It would be very nice. But that isn''t the way it works. So...back to work.
Alexandra: Good night, Robbie. Good night, Mrs. Stewart. Thank you for dinner.
Ellen: Good night, Alexandra. Will you be all right?
Alexandra: Yes. The Molinas are waiting for me.
Robbie: Good night, Alexandra. I''ll pick you up on Saturday night, OK?
Alexandra: Yes. Eight 0''clock.
Alexandra: I have to run.
Allen: Good night, Robbie. She''s really a good friend, isn''t she?
Ellen: You are going to miss her.
Robbie: Am I going to miss her?
Ellen: That''s what I said! You are going to miss her!
Robbie: I''m going to miss her, and my math teacher''s going to miss her.
Ellen: Well, you can write to her.
Robbie: It''s not the same.
Mike: How does that look, Rob?
Robbie: Great! Pass me the hammer.
Mike: You got it!
Sandra: You''re sure Alexandra''s going to be surprised?
Robbie: Absolutely. She has no idea that the party is in her honor.
Mike: Millie, did you bring the papers for dancing?
Millie: They''re in my bag.
Mike: What did you bring?
Millie: Some rock ''n'' roll.
Robbie: Perfect! Alexandra will love it! I can''t wait to see her face when she walks in here tonight.
Mike: What about the cake?
Robbie: My mom''s decorating it right now.
Ellen: Robbie, there''s a phone call for you. It''s Alexandra. She sounds upset.
Robbie: OK. Thanks, Mom. I''ll take it in there. Hi, Alexandra. What? You what? Oh no!