Narrator: But at some point, late at night, near sleep, the ideas and the disagreements sort of dissolve, and you're just left with the people. And people were no different then as they've always been. And always will be. Young girls get their hearts broken. Men and women suffer alone, over the choices they've made. And young boys, full of confusion...full of fear...full of love and courage...grow up stealthily in their sleep.
Narrator: For two weeks, all we heard was "Louis says this" and "Louis says that". Then one day, we all got to meet him.
(Louis parks his VW bus and gets out)
Narrator: This -- was Louis. He was a junior at the State university, an honor-student at political philosophy, active in student government and various non-profit social causes. But I didn't know that. All I knew was that he was on my sister like mold on cheese.
Norma says that she met Jack in college but in a later episode, she says she met Jack at a dance.
In this episode Kevin is watching an old movie on a color TV in his home. However, later in episode 9 Wayne constantly badgers his father to purchase a color TV.