Could You Be Loved?

Synopsis: Two ultimately selfish characters have an intense dispute over an alleged affair, turning into a toxic fight for righteousness.
Genre: Comedy, Short
Director(s): Siggi Holm

(upbeat music)

- Hey there, smiley face.

- Oh my God.

Fred, yes.

Look, Fred, she's beautiful.

She's perfect.

What's up?

- I saw you running in

Echo Park the other day

I thought you were really cute.

- I think you're a, you're a catch.

- Oh stop it.

I'm not the cutest fish in the pond.

Hey, I've got to go buy

some toenail polish.

Meow, bye.

- Ah, man.

She's too perfect to be true.

- So, word on the street is

you're talking to a girl.

- Yeah, man.

I'm really excited about this one.

- Well, you better be careful.

You want to make sure

she's not a man this time.

(eerie music)

- Hi.

- No, no, no, no.

She's real this time, she's

not going to be no man.

I feel confident about this.

You know what I'm probably

going to see her on my run.

- Alright, go kill 'em stud.

- You know what Fred, I was thinking,

what if she's not even attractive?

No, you're right, she still is a girl.

(phone beeps)

- [Woman] Hi there, I was thinking about you.

What are you up to?

- Just here listening

to Bob Marley, you know,

smoking some weed, LOL.

- Oh my God, I love Bob Marley.

And marijuana!

I've been listening to Bob for years now.

- What?

Me too.

- We should get high together.


- This is real.

This is happening.

Oh my God, yeah.

Let's meet at Echo Park in an hour.

- Sounds good sexy dude.


- What?

Oh my God, literally this is happening,

a catfish?

Wait, do you even like Bob Marley?

(reggae music)

Could you be

No, no, no!

You're a bottom feeder, you know that?

Well, you know, if I get high enough,

I'll probably forget about the scales.

(upbeat music)

- Well, this wouldn't happen if you would

stop stealing my shit.

When it's laced with acid, you bitch.

- This guy.

- [Announcer] Nightpantz.

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