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Původní MwC scénář - Pilot (0101) - 3.část
(First original MwC script - Pilot (0101) - part 3)


#0101 18. 

  LUKE  
(INDICATES AL'S BAND-AID)
  What happend to your hand?  
  AL  
  Love bite.  I'll tell you, I got
more than I can handle.  Wooh.
 
(AL REACTS TO THE SIGHT OF TAWNY, WHO
GOES TO ANOTHER SHOE DISPLAY)
  I'll take that one.  
  LUKE  
  Al.  I can't let you.  It's not
fair to her.  You'd just get her all
wired with desire, and then you'd
drop the bombshell, "I'm a happily
married man."  Woman aren't that
strong, Al.  Me, I'm just gona degrade
her and toss her out in the street.
They can take that.
 
(HE PATS AL ON THE BACK, AND CROSSES TO
TAWNY AND ESCORTES HER TO A NEARBY CHAIR.
AL SIGHS, AND GOES TO LISA)
  LISA  
  Excuse me.  What do you have in red?  
  AL  
  A vein on the back of my neck,
Ma'am.
 









#0101 19. 

  LISA  
(COLDLY)
  I'd like to see some shoes,
please.
 
  AL  
  Let me guess.  
(LOOKS AT HER FEET)
  Size four?  
  LISA  
  Yes.  How did you know?  
(AL TRIES TO FORCE A SMILE)
  AL  
  All women are fours.  
(HE WALKS OVER TO LUKE AND TAWNY)
  LUKE  
(TO TAWNY)
  I'm sure you've been told this
before, but you have the feet
of a movie star.
 
  TAWNY  
  Really?  













#Pilot 20. 

  LUKE  
  Hey, Al.  Meet Tawny.  Al's
married.
 
(LUKE AND TAWNY LAUGH.  AL GOES TO STOREROOM
AREA, STARTS LOOKING AT BOXES.  LUKE FOLLOWS.
DURING THE FOLLOWING, TAWNY LOOKS AT HER FEET
AS IF SEEING THEM FOR THE FIRTS TIME)
  Listen, Al.  I forgot to tell
you.  I got an extra ticket for
the Bulls-Laker game tonight.
Court level.  Wanna go?
 
  AL  
  Hell, yeah.  
  LUKE  
  You sure your wife'll let you go?  
  AL  
  I'd like to see her try and
stop me.
 
(THEY LAUGH)
  I really appreciate this, Luke.  

















#0101 21. 

  LUKE  
  Hey, we're buddies.  
(BEAT)
  Listen.  Me and Tawny are going
out for a quick lunch.  I'll be
back in a few hours.
 
(AL REACTS AS LUKE STARTS OUT)
  Aw, hell.  I'llmeet you at the
game
 
(LUKE HANDS AL THE TICKET, GRABS TAWNY
AND THEY EXIT.  AL GOES BACK INTO SHOWROOM,
CARRYING A BUNCH OF BOXES)
  LISA  
(A BIT IMPATIENTLY)
  Remember me?  
  AL  
(FEELS THE BACK OF HIS NECK)
  Oh yeah.  
(HE BRINGS THE BOXES OVER.   A BEAT, THEN
MINDY AND FIVE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS ENTER)
  MINDY  
(TO FRIENDS)
  Let's drive this guy crazy until
the bus comes.
 
(THEY CONVERGE ON AL)

DISSOLVE TO:








#0101 22. 
(Peggy, Al, Host (O.S.))

ACT ONE

SCENE THREE

INT. BUNDY LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN - EVENING


(PEGGY IS LYING ON THE COUCH, HER FEET UP,

SMOKING A CIGARETTE.AND EATING CANDY.

NOTE:  THERE ARE SEVERAL EMPTY CANDY WRAPPERS

ON THE TABLE
.  THE TV IS ON)

SFX:  TV ON

(WE HEAR A DAYTIME WOMAN TALK SHOW HOST)


  HOST (O.S.)  
(HUFFILY)
  "And I say, ladies, it's none of
their business what you do all day.
Now, here's a helpful hint called in
by one of our viewers in Chicago.
Put the vacuum out before your husband
comes home..."
 
(WE HEAR A CAR PULLING UP)

SFX:  CAR PULLING UP

  (MORE)  














#0101 23. 

  HOST (O.S. CONT'D)  
  "...and when you hear him..."  
(PEGGY CLICKS OFF THE SET)

SFX:  TV OFF

(SHE PUTS OUT THE CIGARETTE AND PUSHES
THE CANDY BOX UNDER THE SOFA, AND TURNS
ON THE VACUUM CLEANER)

SFX:  VACUUM ON

(PEGGY VACUUMS THE CIGARETTE OUT THE
ASH TRAY AND THE CANDY WRAPPERS OFF THE
TABLE.  A BEAT, THEN AL ENTERS, CARRYING
HIS COAT OVER HIS SHOULDER, HE THROWS IT
ON THE TABLE)
  PEGGY  
  Hi, honey.  
  AL  
  Hi.  Workin' hard?  
(CROSSES TO THE TV)
  PEGGY  
  Well, yes.  But you know, I like
to keep the house clean.
 
(SHE TURNS OFF THE VACUUM)

SFX:  VACUUM OFF

  PEGGY (CONT'D)  
  Hard day?  
  AL  
  Yeah.  You?  






#0101 24. 

  PEGGY  
  Yeah.  
(SHE SITS ON COUCH, AS AL PUTS HIS HAND ON
THE TOP OF TV SET.  IT'S WARM.  HE NODS)
  AL  
  Must've been.  Even the TV's
sweating.
 
(THEN, TESTING HER)
  Get me some juice, okay?  
  PEGGY  
  Oh.  That's what I forgot to do.  
(AL STEAMS FOR A SECOND, THEN CALMS DOWN)
  AL  
  Ah, it's okay.  Juice isn't
important.  Listen, honey.
 
(PATS TV AGAIN)
  I know you've been busy around
the house all day so you don't
have to worry about making me
dinner.  I got a little surprise
for you.  I'm going to the ballgame
tonight.
 
(HE GIVES HER A LITTLE PECK ON THE CHEEK
AND STARTS FOR DOOR)
  PEGGY  
  Uh, Al...  
  AL  
  Hmmm?  





#0101 25. 

  PEGGY  
  You're not going to the game
tonight.
 
  AL  
  Sure I am.  See, let me explain
something to you.  I work all day.
And when someone works all day,
they need to have some fun at
night.  I don't really expect you
to understand any of this, but
trust me, I'm your husband and I
know best.
 
(HE GIVES HER A QUICK PECK ON THE CHEEK
AND STARTS FOR THE DOOR AGAIN)
  PEGGY  
  Isn't staying home with me fun?  
(A BEAT, THEN HE TURNS BACK AND GIVES HER
ANOTHER QUICK PECK ON THE CHEEK)
  AL  
  Don't wait up.  
(HE TURNS TO GO)
  PEGGY  
(STOPPING HIM)
  Al.  
(SHE GIVES HIM A KISS ON THE CHEEK)
  You're not going to the game.  








#0101 26. 

  AL  
  Oh, I see.  You misunderstood me.
You must have thought I said,
"Honey, is it okay with you if
I go to the game." Y'know, like
a question.  There is no question
about this.
 
  PEGGY  
  No, there isn't.  You can't go
to the game.
 
  AL  
  Why not?  
  PEGGY  
  'Cause I invited company over.  
  AL  
  Company?  Who the hell would
want to come over here?
 
  PEGGY  
  You know the honeymoon couple
who moved in next door?
 
  AL  
  No.  
  PEGGY  
  Well, I invited them over.  I
thought I told you.
 










#0101 27. 
  AL  
  You didn't.  
(PEGGY REACTS)
  Look.  I worked hard all day.
The last thing I want is to spend
the whole evening with people I
don't know.
 
(HE GIVES HER A QUICK KISS)
  Well, second to last.  
(HE STARTS TO GO)
  PEGGY  
(STOPPING HIM)
  Look.  They're new in the neighborhood.
They've lived here two months and they
have no friends.  We've lived here fifteen
years, and we have no friends.  Al, I
want to have some friends.
 
  AL  
  Wait a second.  You're implying it's
my fault you have no friends?
 
  PEGGY  
(SARCASTIC)
  Oh, no.  It's me who sits in front
of the TV, burping, with my hand thrust
down my pants.
 
  AL  
  You keep it cold in this house, Peg.  







#0101 28. 
  PEGGY  
  Al, every night, when the kids go
out, it's just you and me.  Can't
you see how boring that is for me,
honey?
 
(AL REACTS)
  All I'm asking is for us to have
people over one night.  And for you
to be nice.
 
  AL  
  I'm gonna be real nice.  How's
this for nice?  I'm not even gonna
be here.  I'm going to the game.
 
(HE STARTS FOR DOOR AGAIN)
  PEGGY  
  All right, then, Al.  Before you
go, I'd just like to say three things.
 
(AL STOPS, AS PEG SITS ON COUCH)
  The bank book is in both our names.
The credit cards are in both our names.
And the stores are still open.
 
(AL TURNS BACK.  PEG GIVES HIM A LOOK.  AL
SIGHS, CROSSES, AND SITS DOWN ON COUCH)

  AL  
(BEAT, ANGRY)
  Why didn't you get me juice?  


FADE OUT:

END OF ACT ONE




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