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Monday, April 15, 2013

Chapstick Commercial (Script#45-C)



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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Role of Ashley (Script #87)



Ashley: I’m talking about our Will. Lets see, your tools go to your brother...

Reader: No, no, no, they’ll....

Ashley: I thought you weren’t participating?

Reader: I’m not participating. Those are my tools and I want them to be buried with me.

Ashley: Oh, by the way, you’re not being buried. I’m having you cremated.

Reader: You are not going to put me in some stupid urn up on the bookcase.

Ashley: Oh, no, I would never do that. I’m just going to put you in the mayonnaise jar behind the electric drill...

Role of Sabrina (Script #86)



Reader: Almost ready to go?

Sabrina: Yep. You?

Reader: Well, I’ve been ready for the past hour waiting for you. We’re only visiting my parents for 2 days...you’ve packed like we’re moving there!

Sabrina: I know, I know. I’m just nervous I think.

Reader: Hey, please don’t be nervous! I know my parents are going to love you! They’re dying to meet you.

Sabrina: They said that?

Reader: Well, not those exact words....not at all actually, but I know they’ll fall in love with you just like I did!

Sabrina: Okay, just stop it already! Enough with the lovey-dovey facade. I can’t take it anymore! Why am I the only one in this room willing to admit that this relationship is a sham?

Reader: Ouch. Look, just because you’re stressed about which outfit to wear to meet my parents for the first time doesn’t mean you need to act aggressively towards me! I think you look great in everything!

Sabrina: Oh my gosh! What’s wrong with you! Isn’t it obvious that I don’t love you? I mean, I love you, but I’m not IN love with you. Chance, I’m sorry...but I can’t do this.

Reader: Okay, no pressure. I’ll tell my parents that we both caught a stomach bug and...

Sabrina: No. I can’t do this, you and me. I’m so sorry to have hurt you but I’m just not ready for this kind of commitment.

Role of Chance (Script #85)



Chance: Almost ready to go?

Reader: Yep. You?

Chance: Well, I’ve been ready for the past hour waiting for you. We’re only visiting my parents for 2 days...you’ve packed like we’re moving there!

Reader: I know, I know. I’m just nervous I think.

Chance: Hey, please don’t be nervous! I know my parents are going to love you! They’re dying to meet you.

Reader: They said that?

Chance: Well, not those exact words....not at all actually, but I know they’ll fall in love with you just like I did!

Reader: Okay, just stop it already! Enough with the lovey-dovey facade. I can’t take it anymore! Why am I the only one in this room willing to admit that this relationship is a sham?

Chance: Ouch. Look, just because you’re stressed about which outfit to wear to meet my parents for the first time doesn’t mean you need to act aggressively towards me! I think you look great in everything!

Reader: Oh my gosh! What’s wrong with you! Isn’t it obvious that I don’t love you? I mean, I love you, but I’m not IN love with you. Chance, I’m sorry...but I can’t do this.

Chance: Okay, no pressure. I’ll tell my parents that we both caught a stomach bug and...

Reader: No. I can’t do this, you and me. I’m so sorry to have hurt you but I’m just not ready for this kind of commitment.

Role of Cat (Script #84)



Cat: I’ve given your offer some thought and I’ve decided to go to the party with you on one condition.

Reader: Condition?

Cat: Yes, on the condition that you and our other friends don’t attempt to set me up.

Reader: What do you mean?

Cat: Oh, please! Sometimes I feel like the only reason all my married friends want to hang out with me at all is to play “matchmaker”!

Reader: That is so not true! I’m not even married!

Cat: Might as well be! And you have to admit, if you aren’t pulling some kind of blind-date stunt then you’re practically having the DJ announce that your “single friend Cat is in the house and looking for love”! It’s humiliating.

Reader: Well, we just want you to be happy, that’s all.

Cat: I am happy! Happily single and happy to have such an amazing group of friends who care about me even though they think they know what’s best for me. I love my life and the fact that I can focus fully on my career.

Reader: Well I’m certainly sorry if I’ve ever made you feel pressured and I’ll tell the gang to back off, on one condition.

Cat: You can’t be serious...

Reader: Look, he’s a friend of a friend....really nice guy

Role of Valerie (Script #83)




Valerie: I’m sorry Mrs. Lawrence, but I’m afraid coming down here won’t change anything. For the time being custody of Victor has been awarded to the state.

Reader: I have a good job now and I’m not seeing that man anymore.

Valerie: I’m afraid the investigation has been completed. There is...as I explained...an appeals process. I can give you the forms.

Reader: Just tell me where he is. His birthday is Wednesday. I bought him some new tennis shoes. He always wanted those.

Valerie: You know I can’t do that.

Reader: You’re keeping him from me! He needs me!

Valerie: No, he most certainly does not.

Reader: How dare you!

Valerie: How dare I? How dare you come down here with a brand new pair of shoes, your nails done and a designer handbag and think you deserve anything. You, who beat that boy with a broom handle, burned his hand on the stove and kept him locked in a closet while you and your boyfriend dealt narcotics off your back porch. You deserve to be locked up but that’s not up to me. Grace can get you the appeal paperwork on your way out.

Role of Rhonda (Script #82)



Rhonda: Honey, have you seen my purse?

Reader: Huh?

Rhonda: My purse? Have you seen it?

Reader: Nope.

Rhonda: It’s the black one. My keys are in there and I can’t find it anywhere!

Reader: That’s nice.

Rhonda: You’re watching the game and not listening to anything I’m saying!

Reader: Yeah, okay honey.

Rhonda: When I find my keys I’m going to take your credit card...and then I’m going to spend an awful amount of money on clothes you’ll think I don’t need.

Reader: Yeah, you do that.

Rhonda: Oh, look, there it is.

Reader: Oh, honey? Can you make me some nachos?

Rhonda: I can’t. I’m taking your advice and going shopping.