Give up smoking
Pay people back for what has been taken
Attend school and graduate high school
Work in the diner after school until the diner closes
Homework will be done between the diner closing and bedtime
Weekends are for chores and pre-approved social outings
I wonder whether Luke’s plan of only allowing Jess to attend school, work at the diner, do homework at night, and chores on weekends, is an indication of how his father brought him up. It certainly gave Luke a strong work ethic, although it also drove Liz away. It might explain why Luke seems to lead a rather joyless existence, with a distrust or even dislike of having any fun.
Jess’ response is to immediately make like his mother and leave, and when Luke asks where he is going, he says, “Out”. Yes, he’s done a Liz and gone off to do “God knows what”.
Luke mutters, “Well, at least I asked”, showing that he’s not expecting to become the world’s best parental substitute overnight.
(Note that Jess is wearing a completely different outfit in this scene – because his other clothes got wet when Luke pushed him into a lake).