Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2001
Know-it-all friend attempts to instruct on how to be cool with girls. Neither is very effective.
Price includes 2 scripts.
Duration8 - 10 minutes
- 2 Males
Product Id: #250
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An excerpt …
(the boys are chatting about ordinary things)
GREG: But it wasn’t my fault!
RICK: It’s never your fault, Greg. Some girl comes up, smiles at you and Boom! You fall in love!
GREG: It was an accident!
RICK: Earthquakes are accidents. Athlete’s foot is an accident. You can’t accidentally fall in love. It’s a planned event.
GREG: Maybe that’s …
RICK: Yeh, maybe that’s why you always end up the loser.
GREG: I am not a loser!
RICK: You are a loser.
GREG: I’m a loser. Help me, Rick.
(see, Greg has met this girl)
RICK: You’ve talked to her?
GREG: Not exactly.
RICK: What’s that mean?
GREG: No. No, I haven’t talked to her … but she smiled at me at McDonalds.
RICK: Everyone smiles at McDonalds. It’s a happy place … and besides, they get paid for it.
GREG: No, Rick! It was that … you know ... that certain kind of smile.
RICK: She was looking at your French Fries.
GREG: No! Her eyes … her eyes, Rick. They’re the kind of eyes that just look right through to your very soul and they sort of whisper …
RICK: Eyes whisper?
GREG: … they whisper … “You know, Greg. I think we may have a future together. You’re my kind of guy …”
(but when the girls comes by, it is Rick … the expert … who starts to babble)
RICK: You are gorgeous. I’m not kiddin’, you are the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in my life and I think I want to live the rest of my life nestled in your arms … in Tahiti ... or Cincinnati ... wherever you say.
GREG: (under his breath) Rick, what’re you doin’?
RICK: I’m falling in love. (to the girl) Do you like big families? I do ... I mean, I like whatever you like, and boy do I like you.
GREG: I thought you said “professional!”
RICK: Can I work for you? Can I wash your car? You got a dog? I like dogs. Do you like my hair?
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