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Původní MwC scénář - Pilot (0101) - 4.část
(First original MwC script - Pilot (0101) - part 4)


#0101 29. 
(Al, Peggy, Bud, Kelly, Steve, Marcy)

ACT TWO

SCENE ONE

FADE IN
:

INT. BUNDY LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN - A SHORT TIME LATER

(AL AND PEGGY ARE SITTING ON THE COUCH.

AL SI UNHAPPY.  PEG IS KICKING HER LEG,

LOOKING AT HER NAILS, AL STOPS HER LEG)

  AL  
  The kids gone?  
  PEGGY  
  Yes, but they'll be back.  
  AL  
  Oh.  
(BEAT)
  I can't believe you invited these
people over tonight.  I hate company.
 
  PEGGY  
  Would you for once think about me?
I'm at home aone all day.  You're
out there around people all the time.
I need some fun too.
 














#0101 30. 

  AL  
  Too?  
(SARCASTIC)
  Sure, on the surface, selling
women's shoes is fun, but once
you cut through all the hype,
the myths, the glamour, it's
really very much like any
minimum-wage-paying slow death.
 
(THE FRONT DOOR OPENS AND BUD ENTERS.
HE CROSSES TO CHAIR NEAR AL)
  BUD  
  Hi, Mom.  Dad, can I have five
dollars?
 
  AL  
  What for?  
  BUD  
  I could lie to you and tell you
I needed it for books and things,
but I'm not that kind of kid.
want it to have a good time.
 
  AL  
  Y'know, Bud, when I was a kid I
had to earn my money.  Did you ever
once think about earning your money?
 










#0101 31. 

  BUD  
  Okay, Dad.  
(KNEELS AT EDGE OF COUCH)
  You want to know who Kelly was with
this afternoon?
 
  AL  
  Who?  
(BUD STICKS OUT HIS HAND.  AL REACHES
INTO HIS POCKET, PULLS OUT A FEW BILLS
AND HANDS BUD A "FIVE")
  BUD  
  You know the kid they call Angel
Eyes?  The guy with the sore on
his mouth?
 
(AL REACTS, THEN GIVES BUD ANOTHER FIVE)
  AL  
  Good work, son.  
  BUD  
  Thanks, Dad.  
(BUD HEADS OUT)
  AL  
  Where are you going?  
  BUD  
  Joey's dad is waiting for me outside.
We're going to the basketball game
tonight.  Mom said it was okay.  'Bye.
 
(BUD EXITS.  AL LOOKS AT PEGGY)







#0101 32. 

  PEGGY  
  The Lakers are in town.  He really
wanted to go.
 
(AL FUMES.  A BEAT, THEN KELLY ENTERS
THROUGH THE GARAGE DOOR, CROSSING TO BACK
OD COUCH LEANING BETWEEN PEGGY AND AL)
  KELLY  
  Hi, Mom.  Dad, can i have ten
dollars?
 
  AL  
(CASUAL)
  Who were you with today?  
  KELLY  
  Nobody.  
  AL  
  Does "nobody" have a name?  Y'know,
Tom, Dick,...Angels Eyes with a sore
on his mouth?
 
  KELLY  
(GOES TO CHAIR)

  Oh, Daddy. It's not that kind of
sore.  That's where he bit his lip
when I pierced his ear.  Bud told
you about that, didn't he?  Well,
you want to know something about Bud?
 
(SHE STICKS OUT HER HAND FOR MONEY.  AL
GIVES HER A "TEN")

  (MORE)  






#0101 33. 

  KELLY (CONT'D)  
  He's an idiot.  
(AL REACTS)
  Bye.  
(SHE STARTS OUT)
  AL  
  Whoa.  Where are you going tonight?  
  KELLY  
  Me and Cobra are going to the
drive-in.
 
  AL  
  Cobra?  What happend to Angel
Eyes with the pierced ear?
 
  KELLY  
  He's boring.  Cobra doesn't need
an earring to prove he's a man.
He has a drive's license.
 
(SHE GOES TO THE CLOSET FOR HER COAT)
  AL  
(BEAT)
  Peg?  
  PEGGY  
(TO AL)
  His real name is Stanley.  They only
call him "Cobra" because he has one painted on his van.
 
  AL  
  And you find this acceptable?  






#0101 34. 

  PEGGY  
  I've met him and he's a very nice
boy.
 
(WE HEAR A HORN)

SFX:  HISSING HORN

  KELLY  
  That's his horn, Daddy.  Isn't
it great?  I guess that's why
I fell in love with him.  Bye,
Mom.  Bye, Dad.
 
  PEGGY  
  'Bye, honey.  
(KELLY EXITS)
  We must've done something right.
We raised two great kids.
 

SFX:  HISSING HORN

SFX:  VAN PEELING OUT

  AL  
  I'm sorry, honey.  I didn't hear
you.  I was just thinking of killing
myself.
 
  PEGGY  
  Al, how do you think that makes
me feel?
 
(HE GIVES HER A LOOK, THEN RISES AND GOES
TO TV TO GET REMOTE CONTROL)

  AL  
  Look.  It's time for the pre-game
show.
 






#0101 35. 

  PEGGY  
(GETTING UP AND FOLLOWING HIM)
  No you don't.  Every time we have
company, you turn on the TV and
immediately separate yourself.
Well, not tonight.  You can always
watch a basketball game.
 
  AL  
  Oh.  
(SARCASTIC)
  But I couldn't always meet our next
door neighbors.
 
(MUMBLES)
  Now I see.  

SFX:  DOORBELL

  PEGGY  
  That must be Steve and Marcy, from
next door.
 
  AL  
  Steve and Marcy?  I'm going to miss
a game for people named Steve and
Marcy?  What's their last name?
Gormé?
 
  PEGGY  
  And that's another thing, Al.  When
they're in here, I don't want you
making snide comments.  That's why
we have no friends.
 






#0101 36. 

  AL  
  I thought we had no friends because
I put my hands down my pants.
 

SFX:  DOORBELL

  PEGGY  
  That's them.  Oh.  Al, listen.
Don't drink or eat anything.  One
of them may have to use the
bathroom after you.
 
  AL  
  I'm gonna hate these people.  
  PEGGY  
  You're not gonna hate them.  They're
very nice.
 
  AL  
  If they were nice, they'd be
dead and I'd be at the game.
 

SFX:  DOORBELL

  PEGGY  
  Get the door.  
  AL  
(MUMBLES AS HE STARTS FOR DOOR)
  Get my juice.  
(HE OPENS THE DOOR TO STEVE AND MARCY
RHOADES
, A COUPLE IN THEIR EARLY THIRTIES)
  MARCY  
  Hello, I'm Marcy.  








#0101 37. 

  STEVE  
  I'm Steve.  
  MARCY  
  You have a beatiful home.  
  AL  
  So do you.  Come on in.  
(THEY ENTER)
  STEVE  
(TO PEG)
  Howdy, neighbor.  
  AL  
  Yeah, yeah, yeah.  
(SOTTO, TO PEG)
  I hate these people.  
  PEGGY  
  Why don't we sit down?  
(THEY SIT)
  Gee, I'm kind of embarrassed.  We
don't have anything to serve you.
 
  AL  
  Yeah.  Listen, if you're hungry,
there's a store a few blocks away.
If you go, get me some juice, okay?
 
(STEVE AND MARCY LOOK AT EACH OTHER
UNEASILY)










#0101 38. 
  PEGGY  
  Al's only kidding.  He's a little
mad because I didn't have time
to do the shopping.
 
(PEG GIVES AL A LOOK)
  MARCY  
  You know, Steve and I decided to
share the household chores.
 
  AL  
  Gee, that's great.  
  PEGGY  
  You see, Al?  Steve helps around
the house.
 
  AL  
  Way to go, Steve.  Listen, who do
you like to win the NBA
Championship this year?
 
  STEVE  
  Well, Al, to tell the truth, since
we got married, I don't watch much
sports.  Marcy doesn't like it and
we decided that we'll only do
things we both like.
 













#0101 39. 
  MARCY  
  I feel that sports glorify violence
and competition and I don't think
it's psychologically healthy.  When
we have a child, we don't want it
to grow up with that, "winning is
the only thing" attitude.  A child
is better off not being exposed
to sports.
 
  AL  
  Yeah.  
(UNDER HIS BREATH)
  Gonna neuter him, too?  
  STEVE  
  Do you two have any kids?  
  AL  
  Two.  
  MARCY  
  Where are they?  
  AL  
(OFF HAND)
  I don't know.  So Steve, life seems
like it's really shaping up for you.
 
(CROSSING TO COUCH)
  How long you two crazy kids been
married?
 
  STEVE  
  Two months, Al.  



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