Miss Morgan: Hi. Mr. Holland!
Mr. Holland: Hey. Miss Morgan.
Miss Morgan: What are you working on?
Mr. Holland: Nothing important. Just sometimes it's easier to work here than at home.
Miss Morgan: Would you mind if I join you?
Mr. Holland: No, not at all. Want some coffee or tea? Anything under a buck.
Miss Morgan: (Laughs) There's something I always remembered about your class, Mr. Holland. You have this very highly developed sense of humor.
Mr. Holland: Thank you.
Miss Morgan: I loved your class. The way you taught, you love music and you made the kids love it with you. I always wanted to tell you that. M
Mr. Holland: Well, I'm glad you did. So you are senior now, you got any ideas about where you're gonna go to college yet?
Miss Morgan: No, my mum and dad have a little restaurant downtown. My dad's dream, he wants me to stay and help him with it.
Mr. Holland: Really? What do you want to do?
Miss Morgan: What do you mean?
Mr. Holland: Well, I mean if you have one wish, you know? If you could do whatever it is that you really wanted to do. what would it be?
Miss Morgan: Sing. I think I'd rather sing than do anything. Sometimes I dream about going to New York and being on the stage in front of thousands of people. That's what I'd wish for.
Mr. Holland: Maybe I shouldn't tell you this, Miss Morgan, but you have a great talent. And if you have the passion. if you have the hunger, then you ought to go to New York and do what you want to do, no matter what anyone tells you.
(A waitress is coming)
Waitress: Can I get you anything?
Miss Morgan: No, I should get going. See you Monday, Mr. Holland.
Mr. Holland: Yeah, I'll see you later.