Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles [SCREAMING] [HORNS] TOMMY: Sorry, pal. I'm late. Here it is. Maybe coming to this party wasn't such a great idea. I'm here to see Pam. NATTIE: Well, come on in. They're all downstairs. You're a new one, aren't you? I haven't seen you around here before. TOMMY: Uh, yeah, I guess so. NATTIE: You're cute. What's your name? TOMMY: It's Tommy. NATTIE: I'm Pam's mom. You can call me Nattie. If you get bored down there, come on back up. We'll talk. TOMMY: Thanks, I'll do that. ALEX: What's he doing here? FEMALE SPEAKER: It's Melissa's turn. MALE SPEAKER: Come on, Mel. FEMALE SPEAKER: Four. MALE SPEAKER: Three. FEMALE SPEAKER: Seven. MALE SPEAKER: Two. MALE SPEAKER: Two. FEMALE SPEAKER: One. MALE SPEAKER: Six. Just hit send. [DIALING, RINGING] FEMALE SPEAKER: Hello? MELISSA: I know your secret. FEMALE SPEAKER: Who is this? MELISSA: I know your secret. FEMALE SPEAKER: Who is this? What do you want? MELISSA: Come to the statute in Washington Park at midnight and-- [CLICK] [LAUGHING] MELISSA: I'll start it this time. Punch in a number and pass it on. TOMMY: Hey, Pam. PAM: Tommy, I didn't think you'd come. TOMMY: I almost didn't. My uncle had me working late. Aren't you a bit old to play on the phone? PAM: Oh, relax, we're just having some fun. KYLE: My turn. [RINGING] MALE SPEAKER: Yeah? KYLE: I know your secret. MALE SPEAKER: Screw you, Kyle. KYLE: What the? Oh yeah, this finger will do my talking. TOMMY: Let's get out of here. PAM: What did you have in my mind? KYLE: Hold on, party girl. It's your turn. Just hit send. PAM: Sorry, Tommy, this will only take a minute. [DIALING, RINGING] TELEVISION NEWS (OFFSCREEN): And in Baghdad today, a car bomb was responsible for three deaths. MALE SPEAKER: Somebody's television's on. TELEVISION NEWS (OFFSCREEN): Third attack this week. Elsewhere-- PAM: I can hear someone breathing. TELEVISION NEWS (OFFSCREEN): --on the economy. Stating that-- MELISSA: Go on, say something. PAM: I know your secret. TELEVISION NEWS (OFFSCREEN): --file for federal unemployment benefits until the end of November. PAM: I know your secret. GROWLING MALE VOICE: How do you know my secret? MELISSA: Tell him, Pam. PAM: Come to the statue in Washington Park at midnight. [CLICK] PAM: OK, that does it. I'm out of here. Besides, aren't you all a little too old to be playing on the phone? Come on, Tommy. Wait a minute, I forgot. We used my cell phone. Great. Let's go someplace quiet. ALEX: Hey, what's with Pam and that Morris guy? PAM: We can be alone in here. TOMMY: Your bedroom? What about your mom? PAM: Don't worry about her, she's either hitting her bottle or on one of my friends. Have a seat. School's almost out. And you're going to be heading off to college. I want to get to know you better. So let's not waste time. KYLE: Park over by the trees. MELISSA: You don't think anyone's actually going to show up, do you? ALEX: Give me a break, nobody's that stupid. KYLE: Besides, who cares? We're going to party. TOMMY: You've got some interesting friends. Let's get away for a few minutes. This has been a great night, but I've got a question. Why me? PAM: Come here and I'll show you. That's weird. TOMMY: Somebody is driving up the bike path. PAM: You don't suppose someone actually fell for the gag? TOMMY: We'd better warn the others. Hey, there's a car coming. KYLE: Yeah, so? TOMMY: Didn't you come here because of your idiot phone game? KYLE: Yeah. I'm wondering what you're doing here though. PAM: He's here because I asked him, Kyle. Now, why don't we hide before that car gets here. ALEX: Come on, you can fight later. So where's your car? You sure you saw it? TOMMY: I saw it. PAM: It was there, Alex. I saw it, too. KYLE: This is a bunch of BS. I'm not going to sit here in the bushes waiting for a car that's not-- MELISSA: Wait, Kyle, someone's coming. PAM: It's him. [OMINOUS MUSIC PLAYING] KYLE: OK, you guys can wait for him to come back. But I'm out of here. MELISSA: I'm with you. TOMMY: You were a little intense back in the park, Pam. PAM: I can't help it. That voice really scared me. TOMMY: That'll teach you to play stupid games. Well, it was an interesting night. PAM: Are you sorry you came? TOMMY: Are you kidding? And miss you? PAM: Will you sit with me at lunch on Monday? TOMMY: It's a date. Life is good. MELISSA: Hi, Pam. PAM: Hi, Melissa. See you in study hall. Hello, mother. Yes, mother. No, mother. I'll buy hot lunch, mother. [SCHOOL BELL] Goodbye, mother. KYLE: Hey, gorgeous, sit here by me. PAM: Thanks for the offer, Kyle, but I think I'll sit over there. Away from you. Pam here. ALEX: Pam, this is Tommy. And I wanted to tell you how I love you so much. PAM: You're a loser, Alex. Hello, can't talk, class is about to start. GROWLING MALE VOICE: How do you know my secret? MALE SPEAKER: Miss Sweeney? PAM: I'm scared, Tommy. He called me on my own cellphone. He knows who I am. TOMMY: You're making too much out of this. It's probably some guy getting even with you for one of your prank calls. He probably got your number off caller ID. PAM: No, you heard that voice. There was something wrong with it. ALEX: Pam, here's your cell. I was just goofing back in class.