HE'S A GOOD KID
Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 1995
Comedy sketch of two characters tracing the history of man ... well, until the age of 16, anyway. The scenes may look familiar to teenagers and parents.
Price includes 2 scripts.
Duration8 - 10 minutes
- 1 Female, 1 Male
Product Id: #215
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An excerpt …
(It’s quite a story.)
Amy: For the first time anywhere!
Matt: Unless you’ve seen it before!
Amy: Or perhaps experienced it yourself.
Matt: The complete, untouched, unabridged, and shrink-wrapped ...
Amy: Stupendous, Remarkable, and Totally Awesome...
Both: History of man! (singing) Ta-Dah!
Amy: From birth all the way through his long and terrifying history, right up until the ancient age of...
(They grow up quickly.)
Amy: He soon becomes Daddy’s boy and before long, it’s time for his first steps ... (Matt plays the little boy and haltingly tries to walk toward Amy) Come on! Come on, big guy! You can do it! Come to Mommy! (he’s almost there) That’s it! That’s it! Come on! You’re almost ... (Matt falls on his face) ... there. Definitely his father’s child. (moving as Matt gets up) But before long, he is walking on his own ... (Matt skips around) ... talking on his own.
Matt: I hate green beans!
Amy: And becoming a regular little man!
Matt: I am so cool!!
(Ahhh, the stages of life.)
Amy: Adolescence was taking its toll on the entire family.
Matt: Junior aged another two years ...
Amy: And his parents aged ten.
Matt: Mom, could I have the car tonight?
Amy: Go ask your father. (Matt begins to exit) Wait a minute! You’re only fourteen!
Matt: Just thought I’d ask.
Amy: Dear, what are we going to do about Junior’s college plans?
Matt: (as Dad) College? You think they give degrees in what he’s good at?
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