"Doubt it," he told her, "I've got some math homework," which he really did.
"Seems like you been doing homework a lot lately, which is great.
Not only that, he was pretty much a popular kid at school. The two of them were at each other's house all through elementary school. "I need to talk to you in private," Todd said to Steve while looking at Alan.
They grew up with playing video games, or in the yard, and even trips to the park with each other's family. Steve reassured him, "it's okay," as he nodded toward Alan.
But once middle school came, the two of them started to hang out with different groups of friends. "No, really," Todd continued with his strange behavior, "I need to talk to you in private." Steve nodded for Todd to follow him over by the wall.
Once they were adequately away from everyone else, Steve repeated himself in an agitated tone, "what is it! But it will make sense after you check this out." He handed Steve a folded piece of paper.
You think you might have some time tonight to catch up on our show?
" She asked him about their favorite television show that they enjoyed watching. "It shouldn't take me long, and then I can come down." He reassured her.
Shortly after he clicked the link, he realized just how stimulating his mother could be - both on screen and in real life."Great, why don't you go up there now and I will finish here," She told him.