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Mike and Carol are dismayed to learn that Greg wants to save up to buy a car. Their dismay is tempered by how Greg intends to pay for it: by following in Mike's footsteps by becoming an architect. He wants to work side-by-side with his father and wants Mike to help him get a part-time job after school working at the architectural firm. A proud Mike is able to convince Mr. Phillips to give Greg a part-time job doing odd jobs around the office. It isn't quite what Greg had in mind - he wanted to design magnificent buildings like pyramids - but at least it will allow him to work toward the goal of getting the car. Greg is overly diligent at his work, that is until, on his most important assignment of delivering some drawings to an external copy shop, he loses those drawings - the only ones - which are due to the client tomorrow. What is worse in Mike's mind is that Greg lost the drawings while he made a stop at a newsstand to pick up a car magazine. As such, Mr. Phillips fires Greg. Greg feels bad enough no longer getting an income and losing the dream of the car, but feels worse in letting Mr. Phillips and especially Mike down. Can Greg redeem himself in either Mr. Phillips or Mike's minds, or will they even give him a chance to redeem himself?
Mike gets Greg an after-school job at the architectural firm where he works, but Greg loses his job on the first day after making a very costly error.
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