Duet - Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2013
The scene opens on a platform, high above … high above… everything. The birthday gift of bungee jumping does not go over well with the friend who has suddenly developed a fear of heights. A selection for either gender.
Price includes 2 scripts.
Duration6 - 9 minutes
- 2 Females
- 1 Female, 1 Male
- 2 Males
Product Id: #315
An excerpt …
(the birthday present)
JERRY: (standing beside a platform … actually a table) I can’t believe we’re finally here.
SEAN: You said you always wanted to do this.
JERRY: Look, I’m having second thoughts.
SEAN: You can’t have second thoughts. We’ve climbed 200 feet up this tower. There’s a line of people behind us.
JERRY: Let’s go to the mall instead.
SEAN: Jerry, we can’t go to the mall. We’re about to bungee jump! You said you wanted to do this for your birthday.
(preparing for the jump)
JERRY: Don’t let me do that again!
SEAN: Do what?
JERRY: Look down! Next time I look down, stop me. (looks down and screams, then) You didn’t stop me!
SEAN: Then stop looking down!
JERRY: I can’t help it! Down is such … it’s such a long ways away. (looks down again) I did it again!
SEAN: Would you stop that!
JERRY: The people, Sean! They all look like ants from up here!
SEAN: (looking down) Those are ants, Jerry. They’re on your shoe.
JERRY: Remember that Snickers Bar in third grade?
SEAN: What are you talking about?
JERRY: You won a Snickers Bar in the spelling bee and you put it in your desk and then you couldn’t find it?
JERRY: I ate it.
JERRY: Those are my last words to you, Sean! I ate your Snickers Bar!
SEAN: You jerk!
JERRY: I was hungry!
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