It's two days before graduation, and Jack is having serious doubts about the future. The old gang is breaking up - Rob is moving to L.A. with his girlfriend; Dennis is finishing his third degree and going to grad school in Michigan; Slosh has dropped out of school and stays drunk all the time; and Mickey, who still has a year of school to go, seems tired of the scene and wishes he had the guts to tell his friend Chelsea how he feels about her. As Jack looks out at his four years in Santa Cruz, he wonders if this isn't the best time of his life, and he wonders whether it might be a mistake to let it all go just because of graduation. As his pals also get glimpses of life after college, he decides he's not going to leave, that he's going to live his glory days a little longer.
Gary Dickerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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In the final scene, the road Jack is shown driving down to leave Santa Cruz is actually heading towards Santa Cruz. See more
Despite your obvious racial handicap, you are an American citizen now, OK, so act like one! We shit all over our families! And then we have kids who grow up to be as big of fuck-ups as we are.
Now We Are 21
Written by Frank Portman
Performed by John Connor
, Daniel Rey
, Vien Hong
, Vinnie DeRamus
, Roger Murdock
© 1988 Itching Powder Music BMI See more