(Female actor only)
Trish is a teenage girl. She is reading and filling in the 'Boyfriend Quiz' in her magazine.
She holds a dialogue with herself.
SPOT gives the external 'I' of the embodiment and filling in the quiz.
1. GRAMS: (FADE IN OR STRAIGHT CUT INTO TEEN MUSIC. CROSSFADE TO MUSIC ON SPOT)
2. SPOT: (TEEN MUSIC ON CASSETTE IN TRISH'S BEDROOM.
CHOOSE WHEN TO FADE.
YOU CAN KEEP THIS AS MUSIC BED.)
3. SPOT: (RUSTLING MAGAZINE AND FILLING IN QUIZ DURING TRISH)
4. TRISH: 'The Boy of Your Dreams'.
Question 1: You have met the Boy of Your Dreams. Are you first attracted to him by (a) his brooding good looks and exotic air of mystery?
Or (b) His sentimental, old-world habits, buying flowers, always opening the door for you? Or (c)
His line in witty and sophisticated - innu - what's that? - inn-yew-end-oouu?
What's that when it's at home?
5. SPOT: (TEARS UP MAGAZINE PAGE)
6. TRISH: (POSITION 3) O - sod it.
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