Character mistake: Ms. Lewis said, "Mr. Buddy, you may not have improved your handwriting in maths, for which, this once, in lieu of your intensified efforts, we will be willing to give you the benefit of the doubt, but you have improved your score." "In light of" - not "in lieu of" - would make sense. But if a student's numbers on math homework are illegible, the teacher should NOT give the benefit of the doubt, especially when doing so changes the ranks of other students to the point of being lower. (00:36:07)
Buddy: I've had too much God for one day.
Ma: Your granny says you can never have too much God, you might need him before too long.
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