- Sarah? - What?
Where is the toaster?
I can't find it.
Uh, have you looked in the box labelled "Toaster?"
I think you hired dyslexic movers.
Hey. Think fast.
You're ready? We can't be late for our day ones.
I'll meet you in the car, okay?
Right. Good call.
It's like the town that time forgot.
Nothing wrong with a small town.
People know their neighbors. They help each other out.
Is there a spot to hit your horse?
Yeah, right between the OK Corral saloon
and the Tumbleweed general store.
Do you mind if we don't walk in together?
Oh. Of course. I get it.
And, uh, that's Vice Principal Porter to you.
At least between 8:00 and 3:00.
Cruel and unusual, mom.
Cruel and unusual.
-爱你 萨小熊 -我也爱你
- Love you, Sare-Bear. - Love you, too.
It's a great reports and stuff,
but, um, that's only every other week.
- Okay. - Welcome to the head office.
This is Denise. This place would fall apart without her.
嗨 丹尼丝 很高兴认识你
Hi, Denise. Nice to meet you.
Welcome to Mattawa High.
谢谢你 对了 给你一点提示
Thank you. Um, a little tip.
You might wanna go mark your, uh, yogurt in the staff fridge,
otherwise Denise will eat it, claim she thought it was hers.
Anyways, um, this is you.
This is great.
Well, we're very excited to have you join our team.
Uh, it might be a bit slower paced than what you're used to.
Oh. Well, that sounds nice, actually.
I'll let you get settled in.
If you have, um, any questions, any concerns,
I'm in the, uh, big office.
Well, that's good to know.
We were wondering if you were cool or not.
那个 是我妈妈 她
Oh, it's my mom. She--
So, Chicago, huh?
Yeah. How did you know?
We're a small town. It's what we do.
So you guys have a pretty good team, huh?
Well, I guess you'd know.
Ignore Maddie. She has trust issues.
Look, first day sucks.
So if you have any questions or whatever,
don't be shy.
See you around.
-明天见 杰瑞 -晚安
- I'll see you tomorrow, Jerry. - Have a great night.
So... how was it?
Everything I dreamed of and more.
Ooh! I do note sarcasm.
You do note correctly.
Green or red peppers?
- Red. - Red it is.
Can you grab the chocolate milk? Let me get the cash.
Oh, and can you get tomato paste?
Oh! Huh! I got it. Here.
- You got a runner. - Thank you.
Was that your daughter?
Uh, yes, that's Sarah.
Yeah, I saw her taking some shots in the gym earlier today.
I'm Ruth Simmons,
I coach the girls' high-school basketball team.
Oh. I'm Claire Porter.
I'm the new vice principal.
Well, I guess that makes you my new boss.
From the sounds of it, you're doing a pretty good job.
Well, thank you.
Your daughter, she look good.
She is good. She was on the team back home.
MVP every year.
Wow! Well, that's good to know.
I could use another strong player.
We've got nationals coming up.
Uh... I don't know if she'd be up for it.
She's having a little bit of a hard time transitioning.
- Trying to fit in-- - Oh. It's the age.
My daughter was the same way.
Believe me, I am an expert on teenage girls.
It's like I got ten of 'em.
Yeah. I don't know how you do that.
I only have one and I don't even know
if I'm doing a good job at that.
I think only good moms ask themselves that question.
Thank you for saying that. Can I just...
I don't mean to overstep my bounds or anything,
but joining the team might be exactly what your daughter needs.
And my daughter Kat during the team,
she just blossomed.
She's team captain this year.
Not to toot my own horn,
but she'd be joining a championship team.
Scouts regularly check out our games.
Number of my girls have gotten scholarships at the top schools.
Well, that's impressive.
Tell her to come check out practice tomorrow.