from thirty-one to twenty-six percent,
will go down as well ...
There is some rustling in the audience.
COLLEGE COUNSELOR (CONT)
Obviously, my friends, it's a
your only ticket through. By the year
Two Thousand ...
in one hundred and fifty. The odds of
dying in an auto accident are only one
in twenty-five hundred.
Same angle. Different teacher.
... From just four years ago when ozone
depletion was at ten percent of its
current level. By the time you are
temperature will have risen two and a
half degrees. Even a shift of one
degree can cause such catastrophic
consequences as typhoons, floods,
widespread drought and famine.
REVERSE ANGLE. STUDENTS.
Nobody moves ...
(chipper classroom tone)
Okay. Who can tell me what famine is?
Birds are chirping. The sun is shining. All the hedges are
MAN'S VOICE (OS)
Honey, I'm home.
doesn't seem to be affected by too much in particular--like a
tour guide at Disneyland.
WOMAN'S VOICE (OS)
fresh martini. She kisses him on the cheek.
How was your day?
Oh, swell. You know, Mr. Connel said
sooner than I thought.
Oh darling that's wonderful!
(an adoring gaze)
WAGNER LIVING ROOM. NIGHT.
1996 -- (LIVING COLOR)
... He reaches next to him into a huge bag of Doritos, never
taking his eyes off the show.
Hey, Pumpkin! What's that smell?
Is that your meat loaf?
"It might be ..."
It might be.
Oh Pumpkin! You sure know the way to
this man's heart.
DAVID'S MOM (OS)
... Bullshit Barry, that wasn't the
Synopsis: Impressed by high school student David's (Tobey Maguire) devotion to a 1950s family TV show, a mysterious television repairman (Don Knotts) provides him with a means to escape into the black-and-white program with his sister, Jennifer (Reese Witherspoon). While David initially takes to the simplistic, corny world of the show, Jennifer sets about jolting the characters with doses of reality that unexpectedly bring a little color into their drab existence.