Keegan finds himself at Bowl Time. It the only bowling center in Riverdale, if you want to experience bowling else where, then you have to go downtown.
But he's not here to play he's here for a job. Which is something he really doesn't want to do, but his parents are making him work. He needs to learn the value of a simolian. What Sanjay Ramaswami is offering to pay him is criminal though.
With a few more negations and Keegran convincing Sanjay what a valuable person he would be working for him, and Sanjay offers him slightly higher in pay, Keegan gets the job.
While Keegan is getting use to his first job he brother Bart stops by with his girlfriend Vanya. He still thinks she's hot even after popping out two kids.
Bri finds it funny that Keegan has to waste his whole summer trap indoors working, and she lets him know this fact.
He closes his eyes for a minute to collect himself.
He is a fortune sim after all. So getting a leg up in the working world over the summer isn't so bad after all.
Suni and Oliver are working as well. Not a traditional job though, nothing that will earn them money. They are working on each other. Things are going good, but Suni is finding it really hard to concentrate on Oliver when all she can think about is how good of a kisser he is.
"You're art! I wanna paint you." She tells him one after noon. It'll give them something to do and to take their minds off of other things.
Oliver things Suni is hot with her paint supplies. He can't start art class at school, but watching Suni create pieces is something he could never tire of.
But he also worries. Worries about keeping Suni's trust in him. He fears that some way or another he'll do something that will shatter what faith she has placed in him. Not that he would deliberately do anything to jeopardize their relationship, he just fears that he will do something.
Soon she finished what she considers her best work of art. She hasn't painted anyone since the time she asked AJ. But this one of Oliver is ten times better.
Cameron has found herself in a job this summer as well. No soccer camp for her, not that she was planning on going back anyway. But she had asked her parents for a new bedroom set. You know, since she's fifteen and all, she needed a more mature place to lay her head.
So her parents agreed, the only stipulation was that she worked off the amount of the new furniture at the bakery. Cameron only agreed because she thought they were joking. Well they weren't and now she was here with her mom about to open the store.
Cameron hopes that no one that she knows stops into the store, but of course someone does. It's that one boy... Orlando something. Out of all days he picks today to buy a cake or some candy. Cameron entertains the idea of running into the kitchen in the back to hide before he sees her.
But she's too slow. Her mom tells her to help him since she's busy with another customer. Cameron frowns, this was so unfair. She approaches the boy asking him what he would like. He's undecided which grates even further on Cameron's nerves.
"OMG! Hurry up and pick something already or I'll pick it for you!" She snaps.
Orlando only smiles before telling her he'll take a box of chocolates.
If her sales pitch is poorly lacking Cameron's cashiering skills aren't anything to write home about either. It's clear she sucks at both jobs and she knows it.
And so does Nathan Novak.
Orlando is finally rung up and turns to leave when he spots that new girl, Lana Corbin. He likes her but is to shy to say anything.
Cameron heads over to him to tell him to leave when she notices Lana too. This day just goes from bad to worse, first Orlando and now Lana.
And the line just keeps getting longer and longer.
And Cameron still hasn't gotten the hang of the machine.
Dr. Snowden stops at the window debating if she should buy some chocolate.
In the end she decides against it.