s: you have an A in that class. d: i have an A minus. s: ohhh. i have an A. d: geek. -- d: whatcha doing tonight? s: are you asking me out? -- d: so, miss silver, do you know how to bowl? or, you know, are you too cool for that kinda thing? s: uh, i'm gonna kick your ass. d: alright, so first to break a hundred ... s: buys fries? -- d: silver, look; you've gotta trust my dad ... or at least trust me. -- d: she can stay in my room! just trying to help. -- s: those dimples are not gonna get you into harvard. -- s: so when are you gonna ask me out? d: maybe i don't wanna ask you out. s: yeah, you do. d: oh, you're so sure? s: i bet you that you do. d: wait, that means if i do ask you out, then i lose the bet. s: no, there's no losers here. d: alright, i like the way you think. -- s: you look tired. up all night thinking about me? d: yeah, i wish.
___________ What I remember about the original show was that they were who I wanted to be! I just thought it was the coolest thing I had ever seen, these kids living in this amazing town but yet grounded in a way. Watching them and seeing their world through their eyes was awesome for this southern girl to be able to see this whole new world.