Scott starts work at a drive-in burger and ice cream restaurant when his paper route proves inadequate to raise the money he needs for a mail order karate course. He has determined that this course will help him gain the self-confidence he needs to get up the courage to call and ask Pam out to see a movie. Although at first just commenting on his mistakes, Becky, a co-worker, offers to help him make the crucial phone call. In the process Scott offers insights about how Joe is abusive in his relationship with Becky. Written by
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This is considered one of the most popular 1970s BYU comedy film among both the Mormons and Non-Mormons in Utah, including the well known famous theme song by Merrill Jenson. It's now available to watch on DVD and on Youtube. See more
[Scott is sitting at his window when all of a sudden a group of baseball kid players runs right up at the window shouting and screaming. Scott wakes up and gets his notebook out and starts writing
Hot dog. Hot dog!
[the baseball kids continue to yell. Then the Baseball Coach comes up to the window
Could you give us some checks please?
Referenced in The Field Is White