MY HOME TOWN
Comedy, by Robert L. Crowe, 2012
Two men in competition have a discussion about their small home towns.
Price includes 2 scripts.
Duration5 - 7 minutes
- 2 Males
Product Id: #310
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An excerpt …
(It is indeed a small world.)
OMEGA: Is this seat taken? May I sit here?
ALFIE: Sure. Grab a seat. Well. The big day of competition is finally here.
OMEGA: Yeah. Finally here. Say, could you tell me what I signed up for?
ALFIE: You mean you registered and you don’t know what for?
OMEGA: I’m a joiner. I was walking by and someone asked me if I had registered and I said no.
(How small you say?)
OMEGA: I lived on First Street. Second Street was in the next town.
ALFIE: The road map of our town was actual size.
(They quickly dissolve into a golf game.)
OMEGA: Hey, nice shot. Speaking of shots. We had a big legal clash in town. The mayor wouldn’t give the sheriff the town gun.
ALFIE: Our mayor was the sheriff. Also the town council and street cleaner.
OMEGA: Here. Watch this putt! Made it! Our city tour was conducted from a step-ladder.
ALFIE: In our town the First National Bank was a guy with big pockets.
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