As Vic and Sade are busily occupied in their normal evening activities, Rush is working at the library table. Sade is ncerned that he isn’t working on his algebra. Well of course not. Rush writes letters of resignation of all his extracurricular clubs. His hope is to impress his teachers, hoping to convince them he will now be focusing only on his schoolwork. Rush is also certain that the letters will be the target of admiration among all his peers. He even writes to Edwin “Rooster” Davis to resign from his club.
Sade is less than impressed but listens to Rushes various lettes he copied out of books. If Rush is truley involved in all those clubs, it’s about time he left some of his obligations behind.
Vic jumps on the bandwagon, and suggests that Rush resign from all the clubs, even ones he isn’t a member of. Rush likes the idea and is convinced that he will be known for his dedication that will last forever. At least until Bluetooth Johnson phones with a new club that he’s starting.