Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Tony Chu – Eat ‘It – MK Stangeland Jr.

(6 Panels)

Panel 1: TONY CHU is at his desk, but looks up as AMELIA MINTZ enters through a nearby door.

AMELIA MINTZ: I have good news and bad new.

Panel 2: AMELIA MINTZ looks nervous as she tries to explain the current situation.

AMELIA MINTZ (1): They finally found Mr. G.

TONY CHU: And the bad news is?

AMELIA MINTZ (2): He was in Florida.

Panel 3: TONY looks at AMELIA with a confused look.

TONY CHU: How is that…

AMELIA MINTZ: An alligator found him first.

Panel 4: Beat panel. TONY and AMELIA look at each other.

Panel 5: TONY slumps back into his chair.

TONY CHU: And the alligator already ate him?

AMELIA MINTZ: Yes.

TONY CHU: Was he still inside the alligator?

AMELIA MINTZ: Barely.

Panel 6: TONY slouches in his chair, eyes closed as he contemplates what it means.

TONY CHU: So you’re telling me he’s now…

AMELIA MINTZ: Yes.

TONY CHU: And the only way to interrogate him now is…

AMELIA MINTZ: As far as they’re aware.

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(By far not one of my favorite or better-written scripts. And for that I apologize in advance.)

2 comments:

  1. Really liked how you worded your dialogue only hinting at the nature of the task Tony was faced with, I could have been really crudely handled and but you managed to avoid that.

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  2. Yep, the dialogue here is on the money. It flows and it SOUNDS like dialogue with Amelia cutting off Tony, etc.

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