Both of them start crying.
I got stood up.
You've got to be kidding!
I think someone pulled a prank on me.
I don't think that's the case.
Well, I feel like a fool. I'm going to rip up these stupid messages.
I know how you feel. But there has to be a good explanation for this.
I don't care anymore. Roses are dead. Violets are black. I'm heartbroken. I want him back.
I know how you feel. It'll be okay.
J: That was a very sad new situation.
KA: Yes, yeah.
K: Sure it was.
KA: I agree. She doesn't care anymore.
K: Well, on a lighter note, you remember we asked Joe to do something for us.
KA: For a full report. Yes.
K: Yeah. We wanted a full report on how you felt about this program, how you feel about this program.
J: I'm really having fun.
KA: Oh good.
J: Having a great time. I can see why Jeff loves it so much.
KA: Oh nice.
K: Well, I have never asked Jeff about his childhood. What was he like?
KA: Good question.
J: He was very shy. But he once in a while he would pull a prank on people.
KA: You've got to be kidding!
K: He's a good singer and he plays a guitar well. When did he start all that?
J: When he was 9 years old he started taking guitar lessons.
KA: Wow very young.
K: Next time we'd like to ask you about yourself.
J: About me? All right. Another full report.
J: I remember playing the guitar with my friends when I was just 9 years old.
KA: I did that too.
KA: My, my, time flies.
J: Yes it does. And our time has flown. We must say goodbye for now.
KA: So until next time.