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Původní MwC scénář - Pilot (0101) - 2.část
(First original MwC script - Pilot (0101) - part 2)


#0101 7. 

  AL  
  Y'know, sneaking up behind your
sister, pulling her hair, pretending
to kill her.  Y'know.  Remember the
effect it had on Grandma?
 
(BUD NODS)
  Nobody likes it, nobody thinks it's
funny.  So cut out, okay?
 
  BUD  
  Sure, Dad.  
(SARCASTIC)
  Then it's okay.  
(TAKES HIS THERMOS AND GOES TO REFRIGERATOR)
  PEGGY  
(CROSSING TO AL)
  Al, he always promises and then
the next day, he's back, stalking
her again.
 
(SHE GOES TO BUD)
  Bud, I'm telling you for the last
time...
 











#0101 8. 

  AL  
(CROSSING TO PEG)
  Peg, honey.  I'm handling this.
I'm not through talking to him.
 
(PEG SITS AT THE TABLE.  BUD TAKES A
CAN OF BEER AND GOES BACK TO COUNTER
WITH AL FOLLOWING)
(SOTTO, SHAKING HIS FINGER AT BUD)
  Bud, the Lakers are in town to
play the Bulls.  The Lakers are
minus four tonight.  Who do you
like?
 
(AL LOOKS BACK AT PEG)
  BUD  
  Well, Kareem's old, he couldn't
rebound when he was young.
Worthy's looking for two the other
way, so he takes himself off the
boards.  Game's won under the
basket, Dad.
 
(HE GOES TO LIVING ROOM)
  AL  
(APPRECIATIVE)
  Thanks, son.  
  PEG  
  Does he understand, Al?  





#0101 9. 

  AL  
  I think he's got it, hon!  
(THEN, TO BUD IN A REGULAR TONE,
SHAKING HIS FINGER AGAIN)
  And another thing.  I don't want
you going to school dressed like
that.
 
  BUD  
  All the kids look like this.  
  AL  
  I don't care what all the kids
look like.  Now go upstairs and
change.
 
  BUD  
  Okay, Dad.  
SFX:  HORN FROM SCHOOL BUS
  BUD (CONT'D)  
  Bye, Mom.  Bye, Dad.  
  AL  
  Bye.  
  PEGGY  
  Bye, honey.  
(BUD HEADS OUT THE DOOR.  KELLY GETS UP,
CROSSING TO DOOR, SHE AD-LIBS "GOODBYE"
TO HER PARENTS.  SHE GETS TO DOOR, DUCKS
OUT
, AS WE SEE BUD'S HAND REACH OUT WITH
THE KNIFE, READY TO GET HER ONCE AGAIN.
THEY'RE GONE)





#0101 10. 

  AL  
  Y'know, the Lakers are on TV tonight.  
  PEGGY  
(SARCASTIC)
  You're kidding.  
  AL  
  Well, it's not as exciting as your
"Cookin' with Clyde the Cajun," show.
But at least it gives me a reason
to come home.
 
  PEGGY  
  That's sweet, honey.  
(BEAT)
  Al, do you have to leave the
refrigerator door open?  I'm
getting a draft.
 
  AL  
  Oh, sorry.   Maybe I'll just look
for some food in the dishwasher.
 
(BEAT)
  We have no juice.  
  PEGGY  
  Oh.  I didn't buy any.  I didn't
have time.
 









#0101 11. 

  AL  
  Oh.  Well, that happens.  I
understand.
 
(HE SITS)
  You don't have a job or anything
do you?
 
  PEGGY  
  Well, I do sandpaper the stains
out of your shirts, and battle your
socks and underwear into the washing
machine.  But I guess that is more
of an adventure than a job.
 
  AL  
  What's that got to do with juice?  
  PEGGY  
  Al, you know there's a store on
your way home from work.
 
  AL  
  Why didn't I think of that?  Sure,
I don't mind doing the shopping, too.
Anything else I can do to make your
life a little easier?
 
  PEGGY  
(THOUGHTFULLY)
  You could shave your back.  









#0101 12. 

  AL  
  Hey.  That hair is there for a
reason.  It keeps you off me at
night.
 
  PEGGY  
  C'mon, Al.  Let's not start.  We
were having such a nice morning.
 
  AL  
  Yeah, you're right.  I'm sorry.
It's just that I got a hard day
of work ahead of me and I got
nothing to eat to get me going.
 
  PEGGY  
  It's my fault, I know.  
(CROSSING TO LIVING ROOM)
  But tonight I promise I'll make
sure there's food in the house.
 
  AL  
(AS HE STARTS TO CROSS TO LIVING ROOM)
  And juice.  
















#0101 13. 

  PEGGY  
  Right.  
(SHE NOTICES THE UNTOUCHED ENGLISH
MUFFIN ON THE COFFEE TABLE.  SHE PICKS
IT UP)
  Oh.  Those kids.  
(SHE HEADS FOR THE KITCHEN.  AL SMILES,
THINKING THE MUFFIN'S FOR HIM, BUT PEG
GIVES IT TO BUCK)

  I hate wasting food.  Have a nice
day, honey.
 
(AL LOOKS AT BUCK UNDER THE TABLE, THEN
GETS UP)

  AL  
(MUMBLING)
  There better be juice when I get
home.
 
(HE STARTS TO EXIT)

DISSOLVE TO:















#0101 14. 
(Al, Luke, Nancy, Arnold, Lisa, Tawny, Mindy,
Five High School Girl Extras, Extras)

ACT ONE

SCENE TWO

INT. GARY'S SHOES & ACCESSORIES FOR TODAY'S WOMAN - DAY


(ONE OF TODAY'S WOMEN, NANCY, IS TRYING ON

SOME SHOES.  SHE IS MIDDLE-AGED AND HEAVY-SET.

THERE ARE MOUNDS OF OPEN SHOE BOXES AND A

HARRIED AL IN FRONT OF HER.  HER SON, ARNOLD,

ABOUT SIX-YEARS-OLD, RUNS THROUGH THE STORE

STEPPING IN SOME SHOE BOXES.  HE GOES OVER TO

THE OTHER SIDE OF HIS MOTHER AND SITS ON FLOOR.

TAWNY, A PRETTY GIRL, STANDS AT A SHOE DISPLAY

NEARBY.  A COUPLE OF WOMEN CUSTOMERS ARE WAITING.

AL SI MEASURING NANCY'S FOOT)

  NANCY  
  I don't care what your little
rulers says.  I've been a seven
since I graduated from high school.
 
  AL  
  Well, these are sevens.  the box
says nine because, well, uh...look,
lady.  You're a nine.  I can accept
it.  Why can't you?
 
  NANCY  
  You're very fresh.  









#0101 15. 

  AL  
  That's impossible, Ma'am.  Because
for the last hour, I've been trying
to squeeze your foot into a shoe when
I really should have been easing them
into the box.  So, no, I'd say anything
but fresh.
 
(ARNOLD STARTS HAMMERING AN EXPENSIVE SHOE
ON THE FLOOR.  INDICATES ARNOLD)
  By the way.  You want to tell
Jonh Henry over there to give
the hundred dollar pumps a rest?
 
(GRABS THE SHOE FROM ARNOLD)
  NANCY  
  Your ad says courteous service.  
  AL  
  That's not my ad, Ma'am.  That was
the former owner's.  He was killed
tragically on this very spot when
a size nine exploded in his face.
 
  NANCY  
(TO ARNOLD)
  Come on, Arnold.  We're leaving.  
  ARNOLD  
(TO AL, YELLING)
  I want a baloon.  







#0101 16. 
  AL  
(LOOKS AT NANCY)
  You've already got one.  
(AS NANCY AND ARNOLD EXIT)
  Who's next?  
(A FRUMPY WOMAN, LISA, RAISES HER HAND)
  LISA  
  Yoo-hoo!  
(AL POINTS HER TO A CHAIR.  SHE GOES AND
SITS.  THEN LUKE VENTURA, A GOOD-LOOKING MAN
IN HIS MID-THIRTIES, ENTERS.  HE CROSSES TO
AL)

  LUKE  
  Hey, Al.  Woo, am I beat.  
  AL  
  Luke, you just came back from lunch.  
  LUKE  
  Well, yeah, but it took me three
hours.
 
  AL  
  You know I don't like being in the
store by myself.  Just too many feet.
 
  LUKE  
  See, Al.  There's your problem right
there.  If only you had gone to bed
with that cute little blonde that
was in this morning instead od me,
you might feel a little better.
Man, I'm hungary.
 





#0101 17. 
  AL  
  You were makin' it with some
broad for three hours while I
was knee deep in feet?
 
  LUKE  
  Al, she was beggin' for it.
They're all beggin' for it.
 
  LISA  
  Can someone help me?  
  LUKE  
  See?  Even she's beggin' for it.  
(BEAT)
  She's just gonna wait longer.  
  AL  
  How can you be happy sleeping with
every woman you meet?  I'll tell
you, as your friend, I can't wait
till you get married.  Yeah.  A
wife and kids who adore you.   A wife.
Kids.  The list goes on and on.
It's just seeing their faces light
up in the morning when they see you.
They can't do enough for you.  I'm
tellin' you, it's Heaven on Earth.
 








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