Comedy, by Robert L Crowe, 2009
A nature lover is camping when the construction crew moves in. Both have a viewpoint but one of them prevails.
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Duration6 - 8 minutes
- 2 Females
- 1 Female, 1 Male
- 2 Males
Product Id: #297
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An excerpt …
(The camper threw away a stake to plant a tree.)
MANAGER: Did you pull up any more stakes?
CAMPER: Not yet.
MANAGER: Well, don’t. We need those guidelines for the bulldozers.
CAMPER: What!? Who are you and what are you talking about?
MANAGER: I’m the Project Manager for SoftDrink International. We’re going to clear this area and begin construction.
CAMPER: Construction of what?
MANAGER: A nuclear powered SuperCola plant.
(Manager makes fun of the camper.)
CAMPER: This isn’t funny!
MANAGER: I think it is. You are trespassing on our property, interfering with our construction permit, and threatening our Caterpillar bulldozers. We have 37 machines and 154 men. And you say you’re going to stop us? Seems a bit humorous to me.
CAMPER: Laugh if you want. I’m staying right here!
MANAGER: Very well. I wonder if you would stand like this (Lifts one arm in the air in a pose.) We can alter our plans a bit and build a fountain around you. But before we continue our friendly chat … tell me why you are putting weeds in a hole. (points to the small tree)
(After a nice chat, the camper thinks he has prevailed.)
CAMPER: To tell the truth … I drink your product. I like SuperCola. (pause) Don’t you enjoy nature? Don’t you think this is a beautiful spot?
MANAGER: Oh, sure. It sure is.
CAMPER: I have to go back to my job but I’d like to think that after I leave, these young trees will have a life … you know, a lot of fun growing out here in the forest. (smiles)
MANAGER: Yeah. That’s a nice thought. Look, I have to go. Thanks for the tea … and the perspective. I think you have it sorted out pretty well.
CAMPER: Thanks. Good luck to you. You know, nature has a way of taking care of things.
MANAGER: I know. Things change and they aren’t always the way we’d like. It’s nature’s way. See you around. (starts to leave) Oh. You probably better finish your tea. The next nature’s sound you hear will be a Caterpillar. (exits)
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