Kevin: Truth or dare?
Narrator/Adult: To expand the boundaries of higher education ...
Kevin: Who is the best kisser you've ever kissed?
Winnie: The best?
Narrator/Adult: To go where no man had gone before.
Chuck: Are you going to play for real or not?
Kevin: We are! Well, I asked her an honest question and she gave me an honest answer.
Alice: I mean, no one is taking this seriously.
Chuck Coleman: Yeah. You could really learn a lot from this game.
Alice Pedermier: Maybe that's they are afraid of. Right, Pooh Bear?
Winnie: (to Kevin) Okay, truth or dare?
Alice Pedermier: Make it a hard one.
Winnie: Okay. If you had to change one thing about me, what would it be?
Narrator/Adult: Now, of course, moments like this had to be handled carefully.
Kevin: I wouldn't change a thing.
Winnie: Oh, come on, Kevin. There's gotta be something you want to change. You can tell me.
Kevin: No. Nothing.
Chuck: Forget it. This is joke.
Winnie: Come on, Kevin. You can tell me.
Kevin: Well, I am! You're perfect. In fact, if I am absolutely forced to pick one thing, that would be it.
Winnie: What would?
Kevin: Well, I'd have to say, if anything, sometimes you are too perfect.
Winnie: (hurt) Too perfect?
Sheila: This field trip chews.
Cindy: I told you we should have cut today.
Sheila: Oh, yuck! Look at that!
(Harlan opens a “Ding-Dong”) That Harlan kid is disgusting! What is he doing that for?
Cindy: Maybe, he is dieting...So gross.
Sheila: Can you imagine kissing him?
Cindy: No, not without barfing!
Sheila: I wouldn't do it for a million dollars.
Cindy: I wouldn't do it for anything.
Mary Jo: I'd do it for thirty.
Narrator/Adult: There you had it. When the ordinary mortals saw nothing but a fat kid with a cupcake...Mary Jo Genaro saw the challenge of a lifetime.
Cindy: Yeah, and you gonna need a hickey for proof.
Sheila: Yeah. A big hickey.
Mary Jo: You got it.
Chuck: : Alice, you have a beautiful voice! Like a nightingale.
Alice: Shut up, ratface!
Chuck: I should have chosen dare.
Harlan: I think that was really nice of you.
Mary Jo: I'm a very giving person. Mind if I share your seat?
Nerd: (noticing Mary Jo is in his seat) Excuse me, but...
Mary Jo: Go blow, Poindexter!
(Mary Jo offers some candy to Harlan)
Mary Jo: How about some Good-N-Plenty?
(Winnie walks up,wearing a dark-blue baseball cap, and stands in front of Kevin)
Winnie: So, what do you think?
Kevin: Well, you know ...
Winnie: I know. It's not me --whoever that is.
Kevin: Look, I love the hat. Here, I can buy it for you.
Winnie: Kevin, don't bother. I think I just ... wear it.
(Winnie leaves the boutique with the cap still on)
Narrator/Adult: Just one little problem here.
Kevin: Oh God.
Saleslady: May I help you with something?
Kevin: No, we were ...
Narrator/Adult: Let's see.
Kevin: I ... I was ... just, uh ...
Narrator/Adult: Let's call it ...
Kevin: Never mind.
Narrator/Adult: ... shoplifting.
Louis: Here we are, Arnold.
Narrator/Adult: Final preparations were being made.
Louis: Ground zero. Isn't that beautiful?
Narrator/Adult: One little thing: This wasn't just shoplifting!
Kevin: Look, Louis, may be that isn't such a good idea.
Narrator/Adult:This was ten to twenty in the State Pen.
Louis: What's the matter, Arnold? Are you chicken?
Kevin: No, just the whole place can blow up or something ...
Louis: Yeah, it's a risk.
Narrator/Adult: That was one way to put it.
Kevin: Lou, let's forget about it.
(The door bursts open and a security officer enters)
Narrator/Adult: Was I looking to bail on this whole thing?
(Louis throws the bomb to Kevin who throws it back. Louis then throws it into the toilet)
Kevin: No, don't!!
(Louis flushes the bomb down the toilet)
Narrator/Adult: I was a tad too late.
(Louis rams the security guard and runs out)
Security Guard: Hey, come back here!
Narrator/Adult: And realistically speaking, there was only one thing left to do.
Kevin:Oh my God!
(Kevin runs outside and joins his classmates)
Mr. Plenitzer: Okay, here it comes. We're going to achieve totality in 20, 19, 18, 17 ...
(Harlan comes out of the bushes somewhat dazed, followed by Mary Jo looking equally dazed)
Cindy: Oh my God, look at that hickey.
Mr. Plenitzer: ... 10, 9 ...
Chuck: Alice! Pooky! I made it!
Mr. Plenitzer: ... 4, 3, 2, 1 ...
(A big blast is heard, and the camera jiggles. The total eclipse suddenly darkens the scene. Kids scream and scatter)
Chuck: And then, finally, I jumped out of the truck and I ran all the way to the planetarium so that I could see y ...
Alice: Chuck! Instead of making up all these idiotic stories, just be a man for once and say that you are sorry.
Chuck: But I ... I mean I did.