Duet - Comedy, by Robert L. Crowe, 2013

A man and a woman meet at lunch through a dating service. It’s no wonder they had trouble finding a match. This may be only the beginning.

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8 - 11 minutes

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  • 1 Female, 1 Male

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An excerpt …

(making a joke)

DIANE: I never know what to order in these fancy places.

MARK: Order anything you want. Lunch is on me.

DIANE: Well, you better wipe it off.

MARK: Wipe what off.

DIANE: The lunch that’s on you. (he stares) It’s a joke.

MARK: Oh, of course. A joke. (weak laugh) Very funny. A sense of humor. Yes.

(getting to know each other)

DIANE: Nothing at the moment. I’m between successes. What do you do?

MARK: I work at the country club with the golf pro.

DIANE: You’re a professional golfer?

MARK: No. no. I work at the driving range. Collecting golf balls.

DIANE: Wow. That must be very dangerous.

MARK: Oh, yeh. I get hazardous duty pay. (makes a gesture like a golf ball hitting him on the head) Bonk! Unfortunately, there’s no regular pay. Just hazardous duty pay. But, I’ve got plans. Big plans.

(three wishes)

DIANE: If you had three wishes what would they be?

MARK: Oh, this is easy. I’ve thought about this a lot and even practiced how I would answer: “If I had three wishes I would only use one of them. I would wish for a magic lamp that would grant any wish I wanted. Then I would give the other two wishes to you!”

DIANE: And you rehearsed that. (a statement, not a question)

MARK: Yep. Just in case somebody asked. It pays to be prepared. What would you wish for?


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