Treasures from the dump
Rocks from the desert
Hazardous wastes & matches
Sink or swim
How to order a drink
Don't play with fire
You learn more, you earn more
They end up rolling around on the floor laughing about it.
Rex leaves the house and goes to the Owl Club.
The kids run to the neighbors house to ask for help to stop them.
Rex dangles Rose Mary from the second-floor window by her ankles.
Her mother was a teacher and she worries she's giving up on her dream
She doesn't care about rules and how her students act or work
She's assigned to Lori's Class
She does not want to be bothered with grading homework
A new bike, it got left behind when they moved to Phoenix
A toy from the thrift shop, he forgets it at the restaurant
A comic book, Dad made him give it to Ginger
A piece of candy, he had to share it with his sisters
He responds by saying, "Big deal!"
He tries to shoot them with a pistol.
He starts shooting at them with a BB gun.
He tries to rape her.
Starting an art studio using her inheritance to buy supplies
Getting a new teaching job to continue her career
Settling down and having one more child
Becoming an author writing stories and plays
He broke into the house, so they add bars to their windows to make it safer and prevent it from happening again.
Maureen let the man in because she thought he was a friend of Dad's, her parents scold Maureen and tell her never to talk to strangers.
They leave the doors and windows open for ventilation, and they refuse to give in to fear by starting to close them.
Jeannette realizes she just dreamt it, she starts sleeping in her sister's room in case she has more nightmares.
Rose Mary gets another teaching job
Rex stops drinking to save money
Rex goes undercover to expose the mob
They scam the bank
Throws it lit at the Christmas tree, lighting it on fire.
Takes it with him to the bar.
Throws it away, saying he doesn't smoke.
Lights the cats tail on fire in a drunken rage.
A new rock collection.
For him to get a good job.
A family trip to Disneyland.
For him to stop drinking.
They will be available to afford a home
The kids won't be out of place anymore
There won't be any competition for her art career
It will be an exciting new adventure