The whole family is proud when a son boy-friend Chad write in Sam's honor gets played on the radio. And again when blind singer-pianist Ray Charles accepts to perform a version in a power commercial for the Bower Agency. But Chad is seduced to a meaningless kiss by a school rival and dumped by Sam, who turns viciously against Angela with the absurd demand to cancel the national campaign.
Did You Know?
The title is from the song "Hit the Road Jack" written by Percy Mayfield and recorded by Ray Charles. It was number one for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1961. See more
[when she sees Chad kissing Susie
Sam! Uh, it's not what it looks like. She means nothing to me.
Yeah, that's right. I mean nothing to him.
Take it easy, Sam. You don't want to make a scene.
Bonnie, please. I'm a mature woman. I know how to handle these things.
[Sam kicks Chad in the shins and walk off with Bonnie and Julia
[after Sam kicks him
Brand New Life
Music by Larry Carlton
and Robert Kraft
Lyrics by Martin Cohan
and Blake Hunter See more