Go ahead, answer it.
We know who it can't be from.
It's my dad!
Has she... even, like, talked to her dad
since he walked out on them?
I don't know.
Hanna and her father, it's one of those
"Don't ask, don't tell" situations.
We shouldn't stare at her. Come on.
My brother's post just showed up on my loop.
You added him as a favorite?
Yeah. Moment of weakness.
I wonder if we just bumped into "A."
It doesn't matter.
We're done with "A," Right?
But I'm still staying out of Toby's way.
Yeah, and Jenna's.
I guess that's the safest thing to do.
There was no way I was coming back to Pennsylvania
and not seeing you,
But if you've got something you have to do...
No, dad, I haven't got anything.
没 爸爸 我没事
Then I'll come by, pick you up at seven.
How's that sound?
Sounds great. I'll tell mom.
Did your mom what, honey?
You know, never mind. I'll see you tonight.
You go ahead and I am coming.
He's going ahead fast.
名词 n. 【口】
walk out on:
He just walked out on his wife and family without saying a word.
How could she walk out on her kids?
1.目不转睛地看， 凝视， 盯着
The teenagers stare at him.
I intend to show up this liar.
Uncle George didn't show up for our wedding because he forgot.
I'm so sorry to bump into you.
Be careful not to bump into other cars.