George becomes Carmen's landlord when she complains about being treated like a child even though she insists she's grown up since she ran away. George decides a few days of living in the real world, paying for rent and bills, will make Carmen appreciate being a kid; instead she gets a roommate to help pay the rent, but she winds up having to do twice as much work. Written by
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When George comes back in the room from turning off Carmen's music he shuts the door. After he looks in the mirror, on his way back to his bed, the door is open. See more
You know, I still have my bag upstairs.
Then go get it.
You don't mean that.
Yeah, I do, because having you out all hours of the night is no different than having you run away. We need to know where you are and that you're safe.