“So, Derek, do you play sports?” Aaron asked.
“No, he doesn’t. Why don’t you, Derek? Are you too busy out doing drugs?” Andrew asked.
“No, I’ve never done drugs before. I work three jobs, I have no time for sports,” Derek responded.
“Are you dedicated to your work, Derek?” Aaron asked.
“Very much so,” Derek responded.
“So you don’t have time for a girlfriend, do you? So why are you dating my sister, Derek?” Andrew asked.
“Andrew, that’s enough,” Allison said.
“No, Mom, I don’t think it is. Angie doesn’t know her boyfriend as well as she thinks,” Andrew insisted.
“What are you talking about, Andrew?” Angie asked.
“When is his birthday?”
“How many siblings does he have?”
“When was the last time he hit you?”
Angie hesitated before she answered, “Never!”
“Why’d you pause?”
“Because I can’t believe what you are saying!”
“Well, his dad beat him. Nine times out of ten the child that gets abused turns abusive.”
“Andrew!” Allison exclaimed.
“Do you beat my sister, Derek? Do you hit her?”
“Andrew, stop!” Angie yelled.
“I have to go. Thanks for the food, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson,” Derek got up from the table and went outside to his car.
“How could you do that, Andrew?” Angie got up and stormed out of the house.
Alex got up shortly after that and went upstairs, followed but Lukas.
“Nice going, bro,” Aden got up and went in the kitchen.