Terminally sick preteen Steve suffers because his overprotective parents keep him constantly in hospital under permanent supervision. Matt gets the job, despite objections from Eric, and gives their 'wiser elders' a courageous demonstration in true altruist responsibility. Simon is selling cards to save up for favorite comics magazine's action figure Tick. Subcontracting to Ruthie yields remarkable results comparable to the bank of Simon's excellence. Bakery company chief David Friel wants to commercialize Annie's family muffin recipe. The girls push her to accept as a feminist self-evidence, only to share in the bitter experience of self-inflicted job-household overload. Written by
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Ruthie sells boxes of cards for $5 each or 3 for $20. When Simon breaks into her piggy bank, he states that she made a $60 profit after paying back the $40 to her mom. She only has 10 boxes to sell, 3 to the Colonel for $20, 3 to grandpa for $20, and 3 to the cookie man for $20, plus 1 box to her dad for $5. Total, that only $65. So Ruthie couldn't have turned a $60 profit. See more
Composed by Dan Foliart
Performed by Steve Plunkett See more