If you think you've got problems, walk a mile in Take-Two Interactive's (NASDAQ:TTWO) shoes. The software company has had games pulled from shelves, financials restated, and executives shuffled. However, the company behind Grand Theft Auto is also bouncing back. Its shares have more than doubled since bottoming out last summer. So it's with high expectations despite shaky fundamentals that the video game publisher steps up to post its quarterly results on Monday. Yes, a loss is expected. Like one of its more violent games, it's a matter of how much Take-Two bleeds.

Diehard gamers know that perishing in a Grand Theft Auto game has an easy solution: Continuing the game or restarting altogether will get your heart going again. It's not that easy in the real world, and that's where Stewart Enterprises (NASDAQ:STEI) comes in. The company runs funeral parlors and also sells death-care merchandise such as cemetery markers and mausoleum vaults. It may sound grim, but there always seems to be business for Stewart. Analysts expect earnings to rise 30% to $0.13 per share on Tuesday.

It's Casey at bat on Wednesday, as in five-and-dime retailer Casey's General Store (NASDAQ:CASY). The pros are looking for profits of $0.26 per share for the period, but shareholders have a good reason to be skeptical. The company has come in below Wall Street's profit targets in two of the past three quarters.

On the other end of the spectrum, Adobe Systems (NASDAQ:ADBE) has topped analyst projections in 20 of the past 21 quarters. So even though the publishing software giant is expected to generate a profit of $0.35 per share in its quarterly report on Thursday, the real surprise is whether Adobe simply nails its number.

Just in time for those family summer road trips, Winnebago (NYSE:WGO) rolls in. The RV specialist may be asked how it's holding up with booming gasoline prices, but analysts still expect earnings to climb 23% higher to $0.49 per share.

Until next week, I remain,

Rick Munarriz

Longtime Fool contributor Rick Munarriz recommends windshield wiper fluid when trying to look forward. He is also part of the Rule Breakers newsletter research team, seeking out tomorrow's ultimate growth stocks a day early. He does own not own shares in any of the companies in this story. The Fool has a disclosure policy.