Joel is tired of his parents always fighting about money, so he decides to take a job. He eventually chooses the one he has been stuck in for years in his alternative world - paper salesman. He gets the job, and does a wonderful job with it. But he discovers that it's got its price; he gets less time to spend with his family and friends, and is constantly tired. And as if this was not enough - Mr. Rudd overhears one of his phone conversations and thinks Joel is in the drug business. Joel's new job also annoys Pat, who wants to go to a Blues Brothers concert with him. Written by
The Norwegian Rocker
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Not a lot of people at thirty-four can say that they've had the same best friend since the first grade. You... you've always stood by me. Even when I grew that I grew that ponytail. So of all people, what was I thinking, letting you down? And more importantly, what was I thinking missing the Blues Brothers? I'm sorry, Pat.
I just have one question for you: "What kind of biscuit bounces off your stomach and don't come back?"
"Well, Jake... I think that'd be a..."
, Pat Brody
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References The Blues Brothers