THE GREAT GOLDI-LOCK-UP
Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 1996
What should Goldilocks do after she broke into the Bears' House? Visit Silverstein, the lawyer, of course!
Price includes 2 scripts.
Duration5 - 7 minutes
- 1 Female, 1 Male
Product Id: #213
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An excerpt …
(You may need a lawyer …)
SILVERSTEIN: You did what?!
GOLDILOCKS: I broke a chair. That’s all! I just broke a chair!
SILVERSTEIN: You purposely walked into their house and broke one of their chairs?
GOLDILOCKS: It wasn’t on purpose! I was tired! I sat down! The chair broke! It was an accident.
SILVERSTEIN: Look, Goldie ...
GOLDILOCKS: Goldilocks. My name is Goldilocks.
SILVERSTEIN: That’s your first or last name?
(Just the facts, ma’am.)
SILVERSTEIN: Look, did it ever occur to you to maybe sit in your own chair and eat your own porridge? What are you, homeless?
GOLDILOCKS: No, I was lost.
SILVERSTEIN: Listen, I’ve been lost. I spent two days in Paris just trying to find a restroom. I got up in the middle of the night last night and couldn’t find the kitchen. But I’ll tell you one thing, Sister ... just because I get a little confused I don’t go breaking into strange bears’ houses and start raiding the fridge and busting up furniture. I think you need counseling.
(She has a little temper.)
GOLDILOCKS: I tried all three. I only slept in one.
SILVERSTEIN: Don’t tell me ... the other two were too big, right?
GOLDILOCKS: No. One was too hard and the other was too soft.
SILVERSTEIN: A picky child, aren’t you? Have you always been this hard to please, or is there something about porridge which drives you crazy?
GOLDILOCKS: I am not crazy! I am not crazy! Stop saying that!
SILVERSTEIN: Just how am I going to convince the court of that?
GOLDILOCKS: I don’t know! You’re the lawyer! You’re my lawyer, so stop accusing me of all this! (going a bit rabid and showing her true colors now) I don’t have to take this from you! I don’t take this from anybody! (picking up an imaginary chair)
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