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                                       HALF-BROTHERS

               INT RESTAURANT KITCHEN - NIGHT

               A Hispanic man, JUAN, 32, is one of five chefs cooking meals
               in a large kitchen. He shouts orders to the other cooks.

                                   JUAN
                             (calling down the line)
                         I need more shrimp!!

               A stressed waitress, Michelle, comes into the kitchen.

                                   MICHELLE
                         Juan, those people at table three.
                         They've been talking at the table
                         for an hour and won't even order an
                         appetizer. I'm not going to make
                         any money tonight.

               Juan slides her a plate of appetizers.

                                   JUAN
                         Here, compliments of the chef.

               Michelle smile appreciatively at Juan.

                                   MICHELLE
                         You're the best, Juan.

               And she walks out the kitchen doors.

               INT CLOTHING DESIGN HOUSE - DAY

               An Asian American man, HWAN, 34, is walking around a design
               studio looking at clothing designed by his designers. He
               peeks over a woman's shoulder as she draws a shirt.

                                   HWAN
                         Very nice, Alice.

               She looks up and smiles.

               INT HOUSE PLUMBING SUPPLY STORE - DAY

               A customer is leaving the counter of a plumbing supply store.
               The store owner, JOHNNY, a light-skinned African-American
               man, 36, comes out from under the sink and smiles at the
               unseen customer and turns to the other man, FRED, at the
               counter.

                                   JOHNNY
                             (satisfied smile)
                         All set and now I'm going to go do
                         owner-type stuff.

               Johnny grabs his golf

                                   FRED
                             (smiling)
                         Hit'em straight.

               INT COLLEGE CLASSROOM - DAY

               A college professor, JON, 33 and white, is in front of his
               class.

                                   JON
                         Hemingway wrote "I had been getting
                         something for nothing. That only
                         delayed the presentation of the
                         bill. The bill always came. That
                         was one of the swell things you
                         could count on." Now can anyone
                         tell me...

               INT JUANS HOUSE - DAY

               Juan is watching golf on television in his small but neat
               house in Los Angeles. His wife, Gabby, 28, calls to him from
               the other room.

                                   GABBY
                         Any chance you can make it into the
                         kitchen to help me with this sauce?
                         I can't get it right.

                                   JUAN
                         Sure baby, just a second, Sergio
                         has a four-footer for eagle.

               Two boys, Mario,9, and Omar,6, run through the living room
               past the television.

                                   JUAN (CONT'D)
                         Hey!

               The boys laugh and jump around in front of the television
               obscuring his view. They thoroughly enjoy teasing their
               adoring father.

               INT HWANS BROWNSTONE - DAY

               Hwan is practicing his putting in the well-appointed study of
               his New York City brownstone. His wife, LANI, 32, comes to
               the door. A violin plays in the background.

                                   LANI
                         Dinner's here. That pizza you
                         really like, with crab and that
                         stuff.

               The putt slides into the practice cup. He gives a big smile
               for his wife.

                                   HWAN
                         Why can't I do that on the course?

               She shrugs her shoulders and returns his smile. A seven-year
               old girl, Meika, joins her mother at the door carrying the
               violin.

               EXT JOHNNYS HOUSE - DAY

               Johnny is practicing his chipping in his backyard in a upper
               middle-class suburb of Cleveland. His two children TOMMIE, 10
               and CANDY, 8, watch him. He takes his club back and is
               starting his downswing when a scream -

                                   JACKI
                         JOHNNY!!

               Johnny miss-hits the ball, sending it CRASHING through a
               window. The kids giggle at this. He looks up to see the sound
               of the scream. His wife, JACKI, 32, is at the back door
               holding their three-year-old son MORRIS.

                                   JACKI (CONT'D)
                         Nice shot Tiger.

               He puts the club down and walks toward the house.

                                   CANDY
                         Uh-oh, Dad's in trouble.

               Candy and Tommie giggle at Johnny. He gives them a mock mean
               look. They giggle a little more.

               INT JONS HOUSE - DAY

               Jon is cleaning his golf equipment on the kitchen table at
               his farmhouse in Oklahoma watching golf on television.
               His son BUD, 4, is having a snack, watching father clean his
               clubs. His wife, BETH, 32, comes into the kitchen. She
               doesn't appear very happy.

                                   BETH
                         I've ask you not to clean your golf
                         things in the kitchen. All those
                         pesticides they use on the courses
                         are harmful.

               Jon isn't really listening. He's watching the golf tournament
               on T.V.

                                   JON
                             (looking up)
                         Huh?

               Their daughter MELINDA, 6, joins them in the kitchen.

                                   BETH
                         I said to get your balls off the
                         table.

               The kids laugh at this request as Beth turns red, realizing
               what she said.

               INT HOSPITAL ROOM - NIGHT

               Detroit, Michigan -  In a critical-care room lit only by
               glowing machines, an old man of mixed race, JOHN WERTZ, 72,
               struggles for his life. His heartbeats are slow and measured
               in rhythmic beeps on one of the many machines that surround
               him. Another machine breathes for him. He his life is
               measured in days, maybe hours, maybe minutes.

               ON HIS HEARTBEAT

               Beep, beep, beep beeeeeeeeeeeee. The sound continues. The old
               man FLATLINES. Alarms go off. A NURSE comes into the room and
               looks at the machines and his chart. No heroic efforts will
               be made to prolong his life.

               A DOCTOR enters the room and checks the machines then picks
               up the charts. He makes an entry in the charts. The final
               entry.

                                   DOCTOR
                             (writing on the chart)
                         Any next of kin?

                                   NURSE
                         Not that we can find. He's been
                         here a month and he hasn't had any
                         visitors at all. Kinda sad.

                                   DOCTOR
                             (looking up)
                         No wife or kids?

                                   NURSE
                         Or brother or sisters. Just a law
                         firm listed on here. Should I call
                         them?

                                   DOCTOR
                         Not tonight. Nobody would be there
                         now anyway. Leave a note to have
                         someone call in the morning.

                                   NURSE
                         I will.

               He finishes the brief exam and walks out of the room. The
               nurse covers the man with a sheet.

               INT LAW FIRM OFFICE - CRAIGS OFFICE - DAY

               In his small law office, a young lawyer, CRAIG JURICH, 26, is
               busy working. As the junior partner, all the phone calls that
               nobody else wants get directed to him. A voice comes over the
               phone.

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         Craig, there's a call from Oakwood
                         hospital. A nurse says one of our
                         clients has passed away.

                                   CRAIG
                         Why is a hospital calling us about
                         it?

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         I'm not sure.

               Craig picks up the phone.

                                   CRAIG
                         Hello, this is Craig Jurich, how
                         can I help you?

               INT LAW FIRM OFFICE - ELISES CUBICLE - DAY

               Craig walks out of his office to the desk of his
               administrative assistant, ELISE STOTT. Elise is 25 and very
               pretty beneath her professional looking glasses and smart
               business suit. Her hair is up in a bun. She takes pride in
               her job and is very good at it. She will make a great lawyer
               after she graduates from law school.

                                   CRAIG
                             (still confused)
                         That was a strange call. The law
                         firm was listed as the next-of-kin.

                                   ELISE
                         No family?

                                   CRAIG
                         I guess not. Can you pull his file
                         for me?

               He hands her a piece of paper with John Wertz's name on it.

                                   ELISE
                         Sure thing, Craig.

               INT LAW FIRM - CRAIGS OFFICE - DAY

               Craig is in his office reading the file. He calls Elise.

                                   CRAIG
                         Elise, when is Daniel going to be
                         back?

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         Next Tuesday. I can get him on the
                         phone if you need him.

                                   CRAIG
                         No, I don't want to bother him on
                         the golf course. This guy isn't
                         going to get any deader. Will you
                         call the hospital back and see what
                         we need to do?

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         Sure.

               EXT CEMETERY - MORNING

               A gray morning. Four people including a priest stand around a
               plain casket. There are no tears because nobody here knew
               actually the man in the casket. A single flower arrangement
               sits near the casket. The priest says the prayer of
               absolution.

                                   PRIEST
                         O God, Whose attribute it is always
                         to have mercy and to spare, we
                         humbly present our prayers to Thee
                         for the soul of Thy servant which
                         Thou has this day called out of
                         this world, beseeching Thee not to
                         deliver it into the hands of the
                         enemy, nor to forget it for ever,
                         but to command Thy holy angels to
                         receive it, and to bear it into
                         paradise; that as it has believed
                         and hoped in Thee it may be
                         delivered from the pains of hell
                         and inherit eternal life through
                         Christ our Lord. Amen

               The other in attendance utter a low Amen as the casket is
               lowered into the ground. Elise is shown walking away from the
               burial.

               INT LAW FIRM OFFICE - DANIELS OFFICE - DAY

               Craig knocks on the door of the large office of senior
               partner DANIEL FRANKLIN. Daniel is an old-school lawyer;
               whose father and his father's father were lawyers. Daniel is
               on the phone and ushers Craig into the room. Daniel ends his
               phone call and smiles at Craig.

                                   CRAIG
                         How'd you play?

                                   DANIEL
                             (wistful)
                         Same as always. My putting lets me
                         down.

                                   CRAIG
                         Nice courses?

                                   DANIEL
                         Very green and very long. I saw the
                         email about Mr. Wertz. Funny that
                         he passed while I was golfing. He
                         invited me to golf at Oakland Hills
                         the first time I met him. Is it all
                         taken care of?

                                   CRAIG
                         Most of it. Elise made all the
                         arrangements.

                                   DANIEL
                         She send flowers?

                                   CRAIG
                         Yep.

               Craig sets the file on Daniels desk.

                                   DANIEL
                         Good girl. Tell her I said thanks.

                                   CRAIG
                         His file seems incomplete. Did I
                         miss something when I was reading
                         it? He kept us on small retainer
                         for over thirty-five years. Doesn't
                         look like we have done much for him
                         in the past fifteen years.

               Daniel leans back.

                                   DANIEL
                             (remembering)
                         John Wertz was an odd man. The old
                         man wanted children, but never
                         wanted to get married because of
                         his own childhood, one orphanage
                         after another. His parents never
                         married and... 

               The scene closes before we hear the story.

               INT LAW FIRM - ELISES CUBICLE - DAY

               Craig walks comes from the hall to Elise's cube.

                                   CRAIG
                         And I thought the hospital call was
                         odd.

               He hands her some papers.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         Let me know if you have any
                         questions.

                                   ELISE
                         I will.

               INT LAW FIRM - CRAIGS OFFICE - DAY

               Craig is in his office on the computer. Elise buzzes in on
               the phone.

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         Are you sure I'm suppose to send
                         these out to them? Wouldn't it be
                         better to let them know in person? 

                                   CRAIG
                         That's what I thought too, but it's
                         Daniel's call. 

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         Okay.

                                   CRAIG
                         Are you available that weekend? It
                         will be paid, of course.

                                   ELISE
                         Sure, whatever you need.

                                   CRAIG
                         Thanks. I'm going to need some
                         help.

               A call buzzes in to Elise. A second later -

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         Craig, it's Tanya on two.

                                   CRAIG
                         Thanks.

               He pushes a button on the phone.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         Hi honey, how are you?

               He goes back to his work, listening to her talk at him.

               INT JUANS HOUSE - DAY

               Gabby is walking into her house carrying the mail. She sorts
               through the envelopes and junk mail. Juan is on the couch
               building a model car with their sons MARIO, 9, and OMAR, 6.

                                   OMAR
                         Can we paint flames on it?

                                   MARIO
                         Yea, let's pimp this bitch.

               Gabby glares at Juan, knowing his mouth is at fault for the
               boy's bad language.

                                   JUAN
                             (to Mario)
                         Hey, watch that shit.

               Another disapproving look from Gabby. She pulls out an
               envelope from the pile and looks at it.

                                   GABBY
                             (almost accusing)
                         It's from a law firm in Michigan.

               She hands him the envelope. He looks at the return address
               and at her questioning eyes.

                                   JUAN
                         I have no idea.

               He opens the letter and reads it silently. His face goes
               ashen.

                                   GABBY
                         What is it?

               He can barely speak the words.

                                   JUAN
                         My father.

               Mario's ears perk up.

                                   MARIO
                         Tata?

                                   JUAN
                         No, Mario, my birth father.

                                   GABBY
                         Didn't he die before you were born?

                                   JUAN
                         That's what I was told.

               He's too stunned to talk much.

               INT ADYONAS HOUSE - DAY

               Juan is now over his mother, ADYONA'S, house holding the
               letter from the lawyer. Adyona, a proud 68-year-old woman of
               Mexican descent, looks ashamed as the truth is unfolding
               after all these years.

                                   JUAN
                         He was alive all these years and
                         you never told me.

                                   ADYONA
                         I didn't tell you because I didn't
                         know, Juan.

                                   JUAN
                         You didn't know? You told me he
                         died before I was born.

               Adyona won't look at him.

                                   JUAN (CONT'D)
                         My whole life I thought I knew who
                         I was, now I'm not sure.

               He picks up the letter and starts reading.

                                   JUAN (CONT'D)
                         Dear Mr. Wertz, It is with deep
                         regret that we inform you of the
                         passing of your father, John Alan
                         Wertz --

               INT JONS HOUSE - DAY

               Jon is reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   JON
                         -- on June twelfth, two thousand
                         and six. It is your late father's
                         request --

               INT HWANS HOUSE - DAY

               Hwan is reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   HWAN
                         -- that you attend a gathering with
                         your immediate family for an all
                         expenses paid --

               INT JOHNNYS HOUSE - DAY

               Johnny is reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   JOHNNY
                         -- trip July twelfth through July
                         sixteenth. At that time, all
                         matters regarding --

               INT JUANS HOUSE - DAY

               Juan continues reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   JUAN
                         -- the estate including the reading
                         of the  --

               INT JONS HOUSE - DAY

               Jon continues reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   JON
                         -- will and distribution of assets--

               INT HWANS HOUSE - DAY

               Hwan continues reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   HWAN
                         -- will be completed, including
                         making --

               INT JOHNNYS HOUSE - DAY

               Johnny continues reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   JOHNNY
                         -- the acquaintance of your
                         brothers.

               INT JUANS HOUSE - DAY

               Juan continues reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   JUAN
                         -- your brothers.

               INT JONS HOUSE - DAY

               Jon continues reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   JON
                         -- your brothers.

               INT HWANS HOUSE - DAY

               Hwan continues reading the same letter aloud to his wife.

                                   HWAN
                         -- your brothers.

               Hwan puts down the letter and let's the words sink in.

               INT JONS TRAVEL TRAILER - DAY

               Jon is packing clothing into their travel trailer for the
               trip. He is putting the clothes in a closet. Winter clothes.
               Beth walks in and sees him putting the winter clothes in the
               closet.

                                   BETH
                             (concerned)
                         Are you okay?

               Jon turns.

                                   JON
                         Yea, fine. Why?

                                   BETH
                         Because you are packing winter
                         clothes and it's July.

               Jon looks at the clothes and shrugs. Bud comes into the
               trailer carrying Jon's golf shoes.

                                   BUD
                             (excited)
                         Daddy, you left you golf shoes in
                         the house.

               Bud hands them to Jon who takes them and hugs his son
               tightly.

                                   JON
                         Thanks, Bud.

               Bud is squirming uncomfortably.

                                   BUD
                         Daddy, you're squishing me.

               Jon lets his son go and smiles at him.

                                   JON
                         Just appreciating you.

               Jon and Beth smile at their son as Melinda climbs into the
               trailer carrying pails and shovels for the beach.

                                   MELINDA
                         Can we go to the beach every day?

                                   BETH
                         The cabin we are staying in is
                         right on the beach. We can go there
                         every day if you want.

                                   MELINDA
                         If we are staying in a cabin, why
                         are we taking the trailer?

                                   JON
                         I don't have to be on campus until
                         the middle of August so I figured
                         we could take some time and camp in
                         upper Michigan. Near where
                         Hemingway wrote about in his story
                         "Big Two-Hearted River."

                                   BETH
                         One of my favorites.

                                   BUD
                         Are we going fishing?

                                   JON
                         Sure are.

                                   MELINDA
                         What else is there to do at the
                         cabin?

                                   JON
                         The brochure said we can fish,
                         swim, ride horses, play baseball,
                         basketball. Lots of things.

                                   MELINDA
                         Will there be other kids there?

               Jon and Beth look at each other.

                                   JON
                         Maybe. I'm not sure honey.

                                   MELINDA
                         I hope so. I'd like some new
                         cousins.

               EXT JUANS HOUSE - DAY

               Juan is outside of his house packing suitcases into their van
               for the trip to the airport. Mario is playing his Gameboy.

                                   JUAN
                         Better not play too much, the
                         batteries will run out. It's a six
                         hour plane ride to Detroit.

               Mario keeps playing.

                                   MARIO
                         I'll plug it in.

                                   JUAN
                         No plugs on the plane.

               Gabby comes walking out with a suitcase.

                                   GABBY
                         I think it was a brave thing your
                         mother did. Having a child on her
                         own because she didn't need a man
                         around. Very progressive.

                                   JUAN
                             (annoyed)
                         Yea, right, Adyona the feminist.

                                   GABBY
                         Why are you being so hard on her?

                                   JUAN
                         Because I grew up without a father,
                         without anyone but her. And it was
                         selfish.

                                   GABBY
                         Now you have brothers. Aren't you
                         excited about meeting them?

                                   JUAN
                         So they can tell me about all I
                         missed growing up without them? So
                         I can listen to them talk about
                         what a great guy "Dad" was? I'm
                         just going there for the money,
                         that's it.

               That said, he takes the suitcase from her and puts it in the
               van. Omar walks out carrying his backpack which is over
               filled with toys.

                                   JUAN (CONT'D)
                             (smiling)
                         Got enough in there?

               Omar smiles and nods to his dad.

               INT HWANS HOUSE - DAY

               Hwan is bringing another piece of their matching luggage to
               the street, where Lani is watching for their limousine. Meika
               stands near them practicing her violin. Meika finishes a
               beautiful piece.

                                   HWAN
                         Bach or Beethoven?

                                   MEIKA
                         Neither. Lennon and McCartney.

                                   HWAN
                             (mock thinking)
                         I've heard of them.

               She smiles at him and puts the violin away.

                                   MEIKA
                         Dad, what's the resort like? Does
                         it have a pool? Stores?

                                   HWAN
                         It's not a resort, but it's on a
                         lake.

               Hwan is checking all the bags against a list.

                                   MEIKA
                         What are we going to do there?

                                   HWAN
                         We are going to play basketball,
                         fish, swim, ride horses, hike.

               She wrinkles her nose.

                                   MEIKA
                         Any museums?

                                   HWAN
                         Not that I know of. It's a small
                         town. Not much there, I don't
                         think.

                                   LANI
                         Are there any good restaurants
                         there?

                                   HWAN
                         Probably some small ones in town.
                         We are going to have to do most of
                         the cooking in the cabin.

                                   MEIKA
                             (skeptically)
                         Mom's going to cook?

               Lani takes offense.

                                   LANI
                             (defensive)
                         Hey, I can cook.

                                   MEIKA
                         Then why do we eat out every night?

               Hwan doesn't want to talk about this subject.

                                   HWAN
                             (diplomatically)
                         Because I like to eat out.

               Lani waves to an approaching limo.

                                   LANI
                         Here it comes.

               The large limo parks near them.

               EXT JOHNNYS HOUSE - DAY

               Johnny and family are packing their Lincoln Navigator for
               their trip.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Remember that one time we went to
                         the beach and Dad caught his shirt
                         on fire making dinner?

                                   CANDY
                         And then ran into the water.

               She giggles.

                                   JOHNNY
                         That's an old Indian ritual.
                         Suppose to bring good luck and a
                         good harvest for the year.

               Jacki walks out of the house as Tommie walks back into the
               house.

                                   CANDY
                         Mommy, remember when Daddy caught
                         his shirt on fire?

                                   JACKI
                         Which time baby?

               Johnny gives her a look.

                                   CANDY
                         The time when we went to the beach.
                         Before the last time with the
                         hamburgers.

                                   JACKI
                             (knowing look at him)
                         Oh yes, that old Indian ritual.

               Tommie comes out carrying a bunch of fishing rods.

                                   TOMMIE
                         What are we going to do there
                         besides go fishing?

                                   JOHNNY
                         All sorts of fun things. Waterski,
                         swim, ride horses, play baseball.

                                   CANDY
                         We don't do those things, Daddy.

               Johnny smiles at her.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Maybe it's time we started.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Dad, are you excited about meeting
                         your brothers? Wouldn't it be cool
                         if one was a famous guy. Like a
                         football player or hip-hop
                         producer.

               Jacki doesn't like this attitude.

                                   JACKI
                         What about a famous chef or 
                         college professor? Maybe a
                         scientist?

               Tommie makes a face.

                                   CANDY
                         Or a clothing designer.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Like Diddy.

               Johnny shakes his head.

                                   JOHNNY
                         No brother of mine is going to be a
                         clothing designer. Us Wertz boys
                         are strong, proud black men. We
                         aren't clothing designers or cooks.

               Johnny puts his arm around Tommie.

                                   JACKI
                         We better get going if you want to
                         spend any time with your cousin.

               INT LAW FIRM - CRAIGS OFFICE - MORNING

               Craig is in his office on the computer. He is wearing casual
               clothes for him which are Docker khaki and a Polo shirt.
               Craig's girlfriend, Tanya, 26, is sitting in a chair sipping
               coffee. She is a pretty woman and about twenty pounds over
               the weight she wants to be.

                                   TANYA
                         Do we have to stay there the whole
                         time?

                                   CRAIG
                         Yes. It's not exactly a four-star
                         resort, but it will be fun. We will
                         be able to do lots of things there.

               Tanya wrinkles her nose.

                                   TANYA
                         Camping? Sports? Bugs? Sweat? No
                         thanks.

               Craig tries to make it appealing to her.

                                   CRAIG
                         There are stores there. Some
                         restaurants close by.

                                   TANYA
                         I checked, nothing there is rated.
                         Probably fried food and burgers.
                         I can't eat that stuff. It makes me
                         break out.

                                   CRAIG
                         We won't be eating out much anyway.

               Elise walks into his office carrying a large cardboard box.
               She looks adorable in an oversized Tigers baseball jersey,
               hat, shorts and tennis shoes. Her hair is pulled back in a
               pony-tail. She is very cheerful this morning, ready for a
               paid vacation.

                                   ELISE
                         Hi guys.

                                   TANYA
                         I'm a woman.

               Tanya doesn't care for Elise and the feeling is starting to
               become mutual.

                                   ELISE
                         Sorry Tanya, figure of speech.

               Craig finishes up and turns off the computer and puts a four
               envelopes into a manila folder which he puts in his
               briefcase.

                                   CRAIG
                         Can't forget the inheritance
                         paperwork. Are we ready for a
                         weekend of fun?

                                   ELISE
                         Yep.

                                   TANYA
                         Are we actually supposed to go
                         there and have fun? I thought it
                         was work.

                                   CRAIG
                         It's a little work.

                                   TANYA
                         Sounds like we are playing camp
                         counselors for a bunch of kids.

                                   ELISE
                         I was a camp counselor. It was a
                         blast.

               Tanya looks at her with amusement.

                                   TANYA
                         What's fun about being around a
                         bunch of screaming brats?

               Elise opens the box and pulls out a light green polo shirt
               with a logo. The logo says Wertz.

                                   ELISE
                         Like them? Daniel had them made.

               Tanya looks at it.

                                   TANYA
                             (Sarcastic)
                         Nice color.

                                   CRAIG
                         Those aren't bad.

                                   ELISE
                         Glad you like it, there's one for
                         each attendee.

               EXT LAW FIRM - LATER

               Craig, Tanya and Elise are standing in the parking lot
               watching Craig pack the last of Tanya's many bags in the
               trunk of his BMW.

                                   TANYA
                         Be careful, that one has my makeup
                         in it.

                                   CRAIG
                         We are going to a cabin and
                         camping. Why do you need so much
                         makeup?

               Tanya glares at Craig and he understands. Craig finally gets
               the bag situated. He looks at Elise who is holding a single
               green army duffle bag.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         That's all you have?

                                   ELISE
                         That's it. I'm a light packer.

                                   TANYA
                         That army training comes in handy
                         sometimes, I guess.

               Elise smiles, not realizing that it wasn't a compliment
               coming from Tanya.

                                   CRAIG
                         That's not going to fit in here,
                         it's going to have to go in the
                         back seat.

                                   ELISE
                         That's fine; I don't take up much
                         room.

               An unintended dig at Tanya's weight. Elise puts her bag in
               the back seat and climbs in the back seat as Craig and Tanya
               climb in the front seats.

               INT AIRPORT - DAY

               Juan and his family are walking down the jetway looking very
               tired and receiving contemptible looks from other passengers
               disembarking. The boys are full of energy and running around.

               INT AIRPORT - DAY

               Hwan and his family are walking down a different jetway
               looking refreshed and happy. Meika is receiving adoring looks
               and kind words from the other passengers disembarking.

               EXT CITY STREET - DAY

               Johnny and his family are driving around a city neighborhood
               looking for his cousin's home. The kids are bored and
               restless. Johnny is looking down at messy directions written
               down on Tommie's old history homework.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Okay, look for Lincoln Street. It
                         should be around here somewhere.

               Tommie hears the name and looks at the directions.

                                   JACKI
                         I didn't see it twenty minutes ago.
                         Try his phone again.

               Johnny dials his cell phone again.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Dad?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Not now son, I'm trying to find it.

                                   TOMMIE
                         But Dad

                                   JOHNNY
                         Zip it.

               Tommie slumps back in his seat.

                                                       CUT TO:

               Twenty minutes later they are still driving around, still
               lost, still looking for Lincoln.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Dad?

                                   JOHNNY
                         What?

                                   TOMMIE
                         Lincoln was my homework answer, not
                         the street you are looking for.

                                   JOHNNY
                         What?

               Johnny looks closer at the directions. Tommie is right; they
               have been looking for the wrong street.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         Why didn't you tell me before?

                                   TOMMIE
                         I tried. You told me to shut it.

                                   JOHNNY
                         You were wrong not telling me I was
                         wrong. Got it? Next time I'm wrong,
                         but I don't think I'm wrong, you
                         can tell me I'm wrong, right?

               This confuses everyone.

                                   TOMMIE
                             (unsure how to answer)
                         Right. I guess.

               EXT HIGHWAY - DAY

               Jon is driving their large F350 down the highway hauling
               their travel trailer. Beth is reading a novel. Melinda is
               watching the DVD player while Bud plays with his Gameboy.
               Suddenly Bud looks up with great urgency.

                                   BUD
                         Dad, I gotta go.

               Jon turns around.

                                   JON
                         Now? Didn't you just go a half hour
                         ago?

                                   BUD
                         I did, but I gotta go again.

                                   BETH
                             (to Bud)
                         Honey, can you hold it for a little
                         while?

                                   BUD
                         I'll try, but I drank a lot of
                         water.

               Jon sees an exit sign.

                                   JON
                         Three miles. A rest stop.

               EXT REST STOP - DAY

               The truck and trailer come to a stop in the rest area.

               INT REST STOP BATHROOM - DAY

               Jon and Bud walk into the men's bathroom. All the stalls are
               in use. Jon looks at the urinal and at a squirming Bud.

               AT THE URINAL

               Jon is holding Bud up so the small boy can use the urinal.
               Bud goes and goes.

                                   JON
                         How much water did you drink?

                                   BUD
                         I don't know.

               Finally Bud stops peeing. Jon reaches around to pull up Bud's
               shorts. Opps, a little squirt  of pee on Jon's clean shirt.

                                   JON
                         I thought you were done.

                                   BUD
                         I did too.

               Bud smiles sheepishly at his daddy. Jon can't be mad at his
               son.

               INT AIRPORT - LUGGAGE CAROUSEL - DAY

               Juan and his family are looking for their luggage as the
               luggage comes out of the chute. Juan picks one piece, then
               another.

               INT AIRPORT - LUGGAGE CAROUSEL - DAY

               Juan and his family stand around their pile of luggage. They
               try to pick up all the pieces but there are too many for them
               all to carry. Juan looks around and spies a luggage cart that
               is not in use.

               INT AIRPORT - DIFFERENT LUGGAGE CAROUSEL - DAY

               Hwan and his family stand around their pile of matching
               luggage. They are looking for a porter to cart their luggage
               to their vehicle. Hwan sees Juan pushing the cart. Hwan walks
               toward Juan.

                                   ON JUAN
                         Juan reaches the luggage cart and
                         start pushing it toward his
                         luggage. As he starts moving Hwan
                         arrives.

                                   HWAN
                         Excuse me -

               Juan stops and looks at Hwan.

                                   JUAN
                         Yea?

                                   HWAN
                         Can you help us?

               Juan is confused.

                                   JUAN
                         What do you need?

                                   HWAN
                         We need our luggage taken to the
                         rental counter then to the car.

               Hwan tries to slip Juan a twenty-dollar bill. Juan is
               surprised.

                                   JUAN
                             (offended)
                         What the hell are you doing?

               Hwan is puzzled.

                                   HWAN
                         Trying to get you to help?

                                   JUAN
                         Do I look like I work here?

                                   HWAN
                         I'm sorry.

                                   JUAN
                             (angry)
                         Do I look like I should be loading
                         others peoples luggage?

               Hwan looks at his attire once more.

                                   HWAN
                         I made a mistake, I'm sorry if I
                         offended you.

               Juan starts moving with the cart and looks around to see that
               his shirt looks like the ones the porters are wearing.

                                   JUAN
                         Next time, don't assume the closest
                         minority is the help.

               Hwan goes back to Lani and Meika who witnessed the
               confrontation.

                                   LANI
                         What was that all about?

                                   HWAN
                         I thought he was a porter. He took
                         offense.

                                   MEIKA
                         He looked mad. I thought he was
                         going to hit you.

                                   HWAN
                         Grown-ups do not resolve conflicts
                         that way, honey.
                         We talk about our differences and
                         come to an understanding.

                                   MEIKA
                         Especially if he's bigger than you.

                                   HWAN
                         That too.

               INT AIRPORT - LUGGAGE CAROUSEL - DAY

               Juan pushes the luggage cart back to the pile of luggage.
               Juan starts piling them on the cart. Gabby has seen the
               encounter Juan had with Hwan.

                                   GABBY
                         What was that about?

                                   JUAN
                         He thought I was a damn porter. Do
                         I look like one?

               Gabby looks around at the other porters who are wearing a
               shirt that looks like Juan's.

                                   GABBY
                         I can see where he could make that
                         mistake. I'm sure he didn't mean
                         it.

                                   JUAN
                         It's just embarrassing. I should
                         have asked him if he was selling
                         some sushi or something.

                                   GABBY
                         That would have been mature, a real
                         nice example for the boys to see,
                         Daddy beating up an Asian man at
                         the airport.

               INT AIRPORT - LATER

               Luggage cart now loaded, Juan and his family are finding
               their way to the rental counter.

               INT AIRPORT - SAME TIME

               Unable to find a porter, Hwan pushes the loaded luggage, to
               the rental counter. Lani and Meika follow him. Meika is
               carrying her violin.

               ON JUAN

               Juan sees Hwan walking toward the same counter, he steps up
               the pace.

               ON HWAN

               Hwan sees Juan walking toward the counter, he steps up the
               pace.

               ON JUAN

               Juan's going faster.

               ON HWAN

               Faster.

               ON BOTH

               Both men are racing nearing the counter. Suddenly, Hwan's
               cart takes a quick turn and falls over, sending luggage
               scattering all over the floor.

               ON JUAN

               He sees Hwan's cart fall over and the luggage fly. He
               chuckles. Gabby looks at him.

                                   GABBY
                         How old are you?

                                   JUAN
                             (satisfied)
                         Old enough to beat him.

               He chuckles some more.

               ON HWAN

               Lani stands near as Hwan picks up the errant luggage.

                                   LANI
                         What was that about?

                                   HWAN
                         Just trying to get to the rental
                         counter.

                                   MEIKA
                         Glad my violin wasn't on there.

               INT AIRPORT RENTAL COUNTER - DAY

               Hwan and family arrive in line. Juan looks back and smiles at
               Hwan. A rental agent is now free and Juan steps up to the
               counter.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         Hi, how can I help you?

                                   JUAN
                         Hi, I need a car for four days.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         Do you have a reservation.

               Juan forgot to make them.

                                   JUAN
                         No, I...I was told I wouldn't need
                         one.

               A lie.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         Oh. Okay. Let me see what we have
                         available.

               She hits a few keys.

                                   COUNTER AGENT (CONT'D)
                         We just got a Hyundai Elantra back.

                                   JUAN
                         How big is it?

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         It's a compact. One-hundred and
                         thirty-two dollars for four days.

                                   JUAN
                         That's all? You don't have anything
                         bigger? Like a van or an Explorer
                         or something?

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         I'm afraid everything else is
                         reserved, sir.

                                   JUAN
                         I guess I'll have to take it.

               Juan pulls out his wallet and hands her a credit card. She
               takes the card and starts the process.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         Very good. That will be at least an
                         hour while we clean it.

                                   JUAN
                         I don't need it cleaned, just give
                         me the keys and I'll go.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         Let me make sure it has fuel.

                                   JUAN
                         Okay.

               The agent next to them opens and Hwan steps up to the
               counter.

               ON HWAN

               Hwan hands the woman a rental car VIP club card. The agent
               takes it and types in the information into her computer.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         You are all set sir. I will have
                         them bring your Suburban around
                         front immediately. Will you need
                         help with your luggage?

                                   HWAN
                         Yes, that would be great.

               He looks up and smiles at a still-waiting Juan while the
               agent makes a call. She hands him the paperwork.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         They are pulling it around now.
                         Have a great weekend!

               Hwan smiles at the helpful woman.

                                   HWAN
                         Thank you.

               Hwan walks away from the counter stealing a glance at Juan,
               who is still waiting.

               EXT AIRPORT RENTAL COUNTER - DAY

               Hwan and family watch as their luggage is expertly loaded
               into the gleaming SUV. Hwan climbs into the driver's seat and
               waves a friendly good-bye to Juan.

               INT AIRPORT RENTAL COUNTER - LATER

               The rental agent steps back to the counter.

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         Your car has a full tank and is
                         ready.

               The rental agent hands him the keys.

                                   JUAN
                         Aren't they bringing it around?

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         I'm sorry sir, that is a privilege
                         that is reserved for our gold club
                         members.

               Juan just wants to go.

                                   JUAN
                         Fine, where is it parked?

                                   COUNTER AGENT
                         It's parked in the south lot, sir.

               The rental agent smiles politely. Juan walks away from the
               counter.

               EXT AIRPORT PARKING LOT - DAY

               Juan and family are walking around the parking lot looking
               for their car.

               Still looking. The boys are now on the cart with the luggage.

               Still looking. Gabby joins the boys on the cart while Juan
               struggles pushing the cart.

                                   MARIO
                         Dad, I think we are getting close
                         to home.

               Juan just leans on the cart, out of breath.

               Finally they reach the small car. It's about a mile away from
               the airport. It sit's alone in the lot. Juan looks at the car
               and the luggage. How is it going to fit? Gabby grabs the keys
               and opens the door. She makes a face.

                                   GABBY
                         Yuck!

               The boys look at her.

                                   GABBY (CONT'D)
                         Someone got sick in here, Juan.

               Juan goes to the car and takes a whiff. He recoils.

                                   JUAN
                         Eww, that's bad. Where's your
                         perfume, Gab?

               EXT AIRPORT PARKING LOT - DAY

               Juan and family are driving out of the parking lot, all of
               the windows open and luggage filling the car.

               EXT CITY STREET - DAY

               Johnny is driving away while the family waves to their hosts
               who are all gathered on the front lawn.

               INT JOHNNYS NAVIGATOR - DAY

               Johnny looks mad. Jacki notices Johnny's mood.

                                   JACKI
                         What's the matter with you?

                                   JOHNNY
                         What's the matter? How about me
                         spending the whole time there
                         installing a new sink that "just
                         happened to be there?"

                                   JACKI
                         Its family and you're a plumber.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Second cousins and when I'm on
                         vacation, I'm not a plumber, I was
                         a plumber, now I'm an owner. Right
                         now, I'm a guy on vacation. I
                         shouldn't have to work.

                                   JACKI
                         It was nice of you anyway.

                                   JOHNNY
                         And I get a lousy light beer.

                                   JACKI
                         Just relax, in a couple hours,
                         you'll be meeting your brothers.

               This thought brightens his mood.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Yea.

               He smiles and enters the highway entrance ramp.

               EXT HIGHWAY - DAY

               Jon is on the highway looking for the right exit. He is in
               the center lane.

               INT JONS TRUCK - DAY

               Beth is trying to decipher the map and the exits.

                                   BETH
                         I think you have to take the next
                         exit north.

               Jon is looking in the mirrors, trying to get over into the
               right lane.

                                   JON
                         Okay, I need to get over.

               Johnny's Navigator comes down the entrance ramp trying to get
               into the flow of traffic. At the same time Jon's truck and
               trailer move into the lane Johnny is trying to occupy.

               INT JOHNNYS NAVIGATOR - DAY

               Johnny is looking ahead, thinking he's got it made when Jon's
               rig moves into the lane that Johnny is trying to get into. He
               swerves to avoid an accident then brakes and settles in
               behind the trailer.

                                   JOHNNY
                         That goddamn asshole wants the
                         whole road.

               He beeps the horn.

                                   JACKI
                         I don't think he saw you.

                                   JOHNNY
                             (referring to Jon's rig)
                         No shit. Look at that huge thing,
                         it's a menace.

               He tries to get next to Jon's truck. Traffic is too heavy.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         Why's he here anyway? No
                         campgrounds. Just clogging my
                         highway.

               He beeps the horn again.

               INT JONS TRUCK - DAY

               Johnny's beep is heard.

                                   JON
                         What's he beeping at?

                                   BETH
                         I don't know.

                                   MELINDA
                         Maybe he's in a hurry.

               EXT HIGHWAY - DAY

               Johnny's car pulls out and -

               INT HWANS SUBURBAN - DAY

               --cuts off Hwan who has to brake to avoid hitting Johnny.

                                   HWAN
                         Damn asshole!!

               Hwan starts to speed up.

                                   LANI
                         Honey, don't, he looks really mad.

                                   HWAN
                         He almost hit me, you saw it.

               A look and Hwan starts to slow down, still angry. Lani is
               happy he is slowing.

                                   LANI
                         Thank you.

               INT JONS TRUCK - DAY

               Bud is looking out the window at Johnny's car. Johnny is
               leaning over and yelling and pointing at the truck. A smiling
               Bud waves to Johnny.

               INT JOHNNYS NAVIGATOR - DAY

               Johnny and Jacki see Bud waving at them.

                                   JACKI
                         Look, that cute little boy is
                         waving at us.

               She waves back.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Why are you waving at him?

                                   JACKI
                         Because he's waving at us. Look
                         kids, that little boy is waving.

               Little Morris looks and waves an enthusiastic wave back. Bud
               smiles at him.

               Johnny speeds up to get next to Jon.

               INT JONS TRUCK - DAY

               Jon won't look over at Johnny's car. His eyes are straight
               ahead.

                                   BUD
                         Daddy, that man is talking to you.

               Jon steals a glance.

                                   JON
                         No, he's not talking to me, Bud.

                                   BUD
                         I think he is. He's pointing at
                         you.

                                   MELINDA
                         No he's not, he's pointing up at
                         the ceiling. He's not using his
                         pointing finger though.

               Jon and Beth look over to see Johnny giving them the finger.
               Johnny then speeds up and pulls away from them.

               INT JOHNNYS NAVIGATOR - DAY

               Johnny is pissed.

               INT HWANS SUBURBAN - DAY

               Hwan is pissed.

               INT JONS TRUCK - DAY

               Jon is pissed.

               INT JUANS CAR - DAY

               Juan is pissed.

               INT CRAIGS BMW - LATER

               Craig, Tanya and Elise are driving up to the cabin in his
               BMW. Elise has been trying to make small talk with Tanya to
               no avail. After a moment of quiet.

                                   ELISE
                         It's getting so nice outside, it's
                         going to be a good weekend. So
                         Tanya, have you done much camping?
                         As a kid?

                                   TANYA
                         Never, we always went to Florida
                         and stayed in hotels.

                                   ELISE
                         We use to go all the time. I love
                         it.

                                   TANYA
                         What's to love? Bugs, dirt nobody
                         to cook for you. I don't see the
                         point.

               Craig tries to lighten the mood.

                                   CRAIG
                             (to Tanya)
                         We went a couple times. Some good
                         childhood memories.

               Elise 

                                   ELISE
                         Can we turn the air up? I'm a
                         little warm back here.

                                   TANYA
                         No, I'm a little chilly.

               Elise rolls her eyes.

                                   ELISE
                             (to herself)
                         No kidding.

                                   CRAIG
                         You can open the window a little,
                         Elise.

               Elise opens the window. A breeze fills the car.

                                   TANYA
                         Oh, no, my hair.

               Elise closes the window and sighs heavily. Craig sees a sign
               for a rest stop.

                                   CRAIG
                         There's a rest stop ahead.

                                   ELISE
                         Great.

               EXT REST STOP - LATER

               Craig and Tanya are looking at a map outside of the rest
               stop. The door to the rest rooms opens and Elise comes out of
               the building. She is wearing a different top. Very different.
               Instead of the oversized baseball jersey or the business
               outfits she wears at work, she is in a tight top that shows
               off her breasts and a great figure. In slow motion, she walks
               closer to Craig and Tanya.

               ON CRAIG

               Craig can't help but look at Elise.

               ON TANYA

               She's not happy at all as Elise walks to them.

                                   ELISE
                         Are we ready to go?

               EXT MCDONALDS - DAY

               In the parking lot, Hwan and his family are exiting their
               vehicle. Hwan is anxious; he has to use the restroom.

                                   HWAN
                         I'm going in; I have togo.

                                   LANI
                         Okay honey.

               Hwan rushes into the restaurant.

               INT MCDONALDS - DAY

               Jon and Bud are inside the McDonalds walking toward the
               bathroom.

                                   BUD
                         But I don't have to go.

                                   JON
                         You're going to try anyway.

               Behind them, Hwan is walking very fast and catching up. Jon
               and Bud are walking slow, taking their time. Suddenly Bud
               stops and looks up at Jon.

                                   JON (CONT'D)
                         What's wrong?

                                   BUD
                         My shoe. It's untied.

                                   JON
                         Well, tie it.

               Bud bends down to tie his shoe. Hwan is attempting to pass
               them, but Jon and Bud are blocking the isle.

                                   HWAN
                         Excuse me, can I get through?

               Jon smiles at Hwan.

                                   JON
                         We'll just be a second.

               Bud is struggling with his shoe. Hwan is almost at the
               breaking point. Hwan can't wait anymore and starts climbing
               over one of the booths. He slips and comes down hard on the
               table. Bud is done with his shoe and laughs at Hwan who is
               lying on the table.

               EXT MCDONALDS - DAY

               Juan pulls into the McDonalds parking lot from one entrance
               while Johnny pulls in from another. Both are looking for an
               empty parking spot in the crowded lot. Both cars go to the
               back of the lot. There is one empty space. Both men see the
               spot at the same time.
               They speed to the spot and both try to enter the spot at the
               same time. Both cars stop to avoid hitting each other.
               Windows are rolled down. The guys start talking to each
               other.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Hey man, back up, this is my spot.

               He waves his arm backwards.

                                   JUAN
                         No way, I was in first.

                                   JOHNNY
                         My car is in further, you can tell
                         by the angle.

                                   JUAN
                         Angle? Great, Billy the math whiz
                         wants my parking spot.

               INT JUANS CAR - DAY

               Juan slumps back in his seat. Gabby looks around.

                                   GABBY
                         There's another spot over there.
                         Let's just park there.

                                   JUAN
                         No, I'm not letting him have the
                         spot.

               INT JOHNNYS CAR NAVIGATOR - DAY

               Johnny and family sit in the car.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I'm not moving. I'll sit here all
                         damn day.

                                   JACKI
                         That's very mature of you.

               She looks back at the kids.

                                   JACKI (CONT'D)
                         C'mon kids, we are going in to eat.

               They exit the car.

               INT JUANS CAR - DAY

               Gabby watches the other family leave their car.

                                   GABBY
                         That's a good idea. Come on boys,
                         we are going to get something to
                         eat.

               They exit the car.

                                   JUAN
                         I'll take a Big Mac meal.

                                   GABBY
                         Then you better find a parking
                         spot.

               EXT MCDONALDS - DAY

               Gabby and the kids are walking toward the doors and Gabby
               holds the door for Jacki and her kids.

                                   JACKI
                         Getting him anything?

                                   GABBY
                         Not even a ketchup packet.

                                   JACKI
                         Good girl.

               The women smile at each other.

               INT MCDONALDS - OUTSIDE BATHROOM DAY

               Hwan is waiting outside the bathroom for Jon and Bud to come
               out. He's been waiting a while and is agony. He glares at Jon
               who returns the glare.

               INT MCDONALDS - LINES - DAY

               It's a busy lunchtime rush. There are six registers taking
               customers orders. All four men are standing in different
               lines. Hwan and Jon are eyeing each other. Juan recognizes
               Hwan from the airport. Johnny, who has been eyeing Juan,
               recognizes Jon from the highway.

               One of the lines that none of the men are standing in moves
               up. Juan moves up in that line. Juans old line moves up and
               Jon moves to that line. Jons line moves up and Hwan and
               Johnny move to that line, Johnny getting there a bit sooner.
               Hwan moves back to his old line but another customer has
               arrived and taken his place.

               One of the lines that none of the men are standing in moves
               up. Hwan moves up in that line.
               Hwans old line moves up and Juan moves to that line. Juans
               line moves up and Jon and Johnny move to that line, Jon
               getting there a bit sooner. Johnny moves back to his old line
               but another customer has arrived and taken his place.

               INT MCDONALDS - TABLES - DAY

               All the men are seated, eating lunch and pissed at all the
               other men. They all sit and eat in silence, looking at the
               other men. The kids are looking at the other kids and are
               being kids, making faces and laughing.

               EXT MCDONALDS - DAY

               Jon and his family climb into their truck and pull out of the
               parking lot.

               EXT MCDONALDS - DAY

               Minutes later, Juan and his family climb into their car and
               leave.

               EXT MCDONALDS - DAY

               Minutes later, Hwan and his family climb into their car and
               leave.

               EXT MCDONALDS - DAY

               Minutes later, Johnny and his family climb into their vehicle
               and leave.

               INT CRAIGS BMW - LATER

               Driving along the highway, the radio station fades in and
               out. Tanya opens a small bag and pulls out a CD wallet. She
               takes out a Coldplay CD and pops it into the CD player. Craig
               and Elise grimace as Tanya sings along with the song.

               EXT PARTY STORE - DAY

               Jon pulls into a party store at the side of the road and
               parks the truck and trailer.

               INT JONS TRUCK  DAY

               Jon turns to his family.

                                   JON
                         Any requests?

                                   BUD
                         Beef jerky.

                                   MELINDA
                         Candy.

                                   JON
                         What kind?

                                   MELINDA
                         Gummy worms.

               He looks to Beth.

                                   BETH
                         Wine coolers. Please.

                                   JON
                         What kind?

                                   BETH
                         Cold ones.

               He smiles and exits the vehicle.

               INT STORE  DAY

               Jon enters the small party store. Like most party stores in
               the area, this store caters to campers and vacationers with
               lots of beer, snacks, canned food, camping supplies, even
               firewood. Jon walks to the snacks and picks out some gummy
               worms then some beef jerky. He put the snacks on the counter
               then turns to walk back to the cooler. The door opens and the
               bell signals a customer. Johnny walks in the door. They
               recognize each other from earlier incidents. They walk to the
               cooler and Johnny reaches the cooler first. He opens the door
               and grabs a case of Budweiser. The bell rings again and
               another customer enters. It's Juan. This is getting weird.
               Johnny takes his case of Bud and closes the door before Jon
               can grab a case. Jon opens the door and grabs a case as Juan
               waits behind him. Juan grabs a case of Bud, than looks in and
               grabs the last cold case.

               At the counter, the three men are waiting in line, waiting
               for the elderly woman to ring up another customer. The door
               opens and it's Hwan.

               He looks at the three men in line then walks to the cooler.
               At the cooler he looks at the gaping hole between the Bud
               Light and the Miller cases of beer. He walks back to the
               counter. He sees the three other men with cases of beer

                                   HWAN
                         Excuse me; do you have any more
                         cold cases of Budweiser?

               The old lady gives a customer his change and looks up.

                                   CASHIER
                         Cold ones? I don't know. I'll go
                         check.

               She walks away from the counter as the guys waiting in line
               groan. They wait. And wait. And wait.

               Finally they return to the counter, an unhappy Hwan carrying
               a warm case of Bud. The other guys smile at his misfortune.

               EXT CABINS - DAY

               Craig, Tanya and Elise pull into the cabins parking lot. They
               exit the car and take it all in. The five cabins are small
               but cute. A large home sits on the road. A woman, MRS. CREWS,
               78, walks slowly out of the house and toward the car. Craig
               opens the trunk and they start to unload the luggage.

               Mrs. Crews walks to the car. Craig greets her.

                                   CRAIG
                         Mrs. Crews?

                                   MRS. CREWS
                         You must be Craig. Hello.

               They shake hands.

                                   CRAIG
                         Hello.

                                   MRS. CREWS
                         Welcome to Crews cabins. Do you
                         want to assign the cabins before
                         they get here or let them decide
                         when they get here?

                                   CRAIG
                         Are they all the same?

                                   MRS. CREWS
                         Except for the one on the beach,
                         it's a little larger.

                                   TANYA
                         Good, we will take the one on the
                         water.

               Craig ignores her.

                                   CRAIG
                         We will give that one to Johnny, he
                         has three children. We can take the
                         first one up there.

               He points to the house furthest from the beach. Tanya doesn't
               like this. Mrs. Crews hands him the keys to all the cabins.

                                   MRS. CREWS
                         The keys are all color coded to the
                         cabin shutters and trim. Just come
                         see me if you have any questions.

                                   CRAIG
                         We will. Thanks.

               Mrs. Crews turns and walks away. They resume unloading the
               car.

                                   TANYA
                         Where are you sleeping Elise?

                                   CRAIG
                         She's sharing the cabin with us.
                         It's got two bedrooms.

               Things keep getting worse for Tanya.

                                   TANYA
                         There are no free cabins?

                                   CRAIG
                         Four cabins left, four families.

                                   ELISE
                         It will be fun.

                                   TANYA
                         No restaurants, no shopping, no
                         privacy. How fun can it be?

               She stomps off.

               EXT CABINS - DAY

               Craig is taking the last of the luggage into the cabin as
               Johnny's car pulls into the parking lot and parks. Craig
               moves to the car to greet him. Johnny exits the car and
               stretches.

                                   CRAIG
                         Mr. Wertz, Craig Jurich.

               They shake hands.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Johnny Wertz, good to meet you.

                                   CRAIG
                         Nice to meet you.

               Johnny looks around.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Are they here?

                                   CRAIG
                         You're the first, the rest of them
                         should be here soon.

                                   JOHNNY
                         All of them?

                                   CRAIG
                         They all said they were coming.

               A big smile.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                             (pointing)
                         You can take the big cabin right
                         there on the lake. You can unpack
                         your things and we will get
                         together on the beach a little
                         later.

               Johnny takes the key Craig is offering and walks away.

               INT JOHNNYS CABIN  DAY

               Johnny, Jacki and the kids walk into the cabin carrying some
               of their things. The big window looks over the beautiful
               waters of the lake.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Dad, where's the TV?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Look at this beautiful view, son,
                         you don't need a television. It's
                         rotting all of your minds

               The kids all groan and carry their things into the bedroom.
               Johnny turns to Jacki.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         They can't take four days without
                         TV?

               A condescending look from her.

                                   JACKI
                         So you're leaving yours in the car?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Hell no, you know I can't sleep
                         without it.

               EXT CABINS - DAY - LATER

               Juan's car pulls into the cabin parking lot. A waiting Craig
               points to a parking spot and Hwan pulls in. Craig walks to
               the car as Juan opens the door.

                                   CRAIG
                         Mr. Wertz, Craig Jurich.

               They shake hands.

                                   JUAN
                         Juan, please.

               The boys tear out of the car and race to the beach. Juan
               calls after them.

                                   JUAN (CONT'D)
                         Don't go in the water!!

               A tired Gabby comes around from the other side of the car.

                                   CRAIG
                         Craig Jurich. Nice to meet both of
                         you.

               They all shake.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         You will be staying in the cabin
                         there with the red shutters.

               Craig hands Juan the key.

                                   JUAN
                         When will I meet them?

                                   CRAIG
                         Soon enough, we are going to meet
                         on the beach when everyone gets
                         here.

               Juan smiles and gets teary-eyed. He turns and walks to the
               cabin. Gabby puts her arm around him.

               EXT CABINS - DAY - LATER

               Jon's rig pulls into the cabin parking lot. It's way too big
               for the small parking lot. Craig walks to the truck as Jon is
               opening the window.

                                   CRAIG
                         That's quite a setup, Mr. Wertz. I
                         don't think it will fit here.

                                   JON
                         Doesn't look like it.

                                   CRAIG
                         Let me go check with the owners,
                         see if they have a place for you to
                         park.

                                   JON
                         Okay.

               Craig walks away.

               INT JOHNNYS CABIN  DAY

               Johnny is carrying his portable TV into his bedroom before
               any of the kids can see it. Candy sees him.

                                   CANDY
                         Thought there was no T.V., Dad?

                                   JOHNNY
                             (quietly)
                         For your mother.

               Candy doesn't believe him and he walks into his bedroom.
               Putting the T.V. on the dresser, he hears the noisy diesel
               engine of Jon's truck and looks out the window. He recognizes
               the big truck that nearly hit him.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         What the hell?

               Jacki walks in the bedroom.

                                   JACKI
                         What's wrong?

               Johnny points out the window.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Look. That damn thing that almost
                         killed us is sitting in the parking
                         lot. What's he doing here?

                                   JACKI
                         There's probably extra cabins they
                         have to rent out. Or he's lost.

               Johnny seems satisfied with this.

               EXT CABINS - DAY - LATER

               Craig walks up to Jon's truck.

                                   CRAIG
                         They said you can park the trailer
                         across the street in that lot.

                                   JON
                         Thanks.

               Craig hands him the key.

                                   CRAIG
                         The green cabin is yours.

               EXT CABINS - DAY - LATER

               Hwan's car pulls into the cabin parking lot. Craig points to
               a parking spot and Hwan pulls in. Craig walks to the car as
               Hwan is opening the door.

                                   CRAIG
                         Mr. Wertz, Craig Jurich.

               They shake hands.

                                   HWAN
                         Hwan Wertz.

               Lani and Meika walk around from the other side of the car.

                                   HWAN (CONT'D)
                         My wife Lani and daughter Meika.

                                   CRAIG
                         Craig Jurich. Nice to meet both of
                         you.

               He shakes both their hands.

                                   MEIKA
                         Is there a pool?

                                   CRAIG
                         I'm afraid not, but there is over
                         twenty-thousand square miles of
                         lake for you.

               Craig points to the blue waters of Lake Huron.

                                   LANI
                         Beautiful. I never realized how big
                         it is.

                                   CRAIG
                         You have the cabin with the blue
                         shutters. You can unpack and we
                         will have a meeting down at the
                         beach and I'll explain everything
                         to you.

               Hwan starts walking then turns.

                                   HWAN
                         Are they here?

                                   CRAIG
                         You'll meet soon enough.

               EXT CABINS - DAY - LATER

               Juan is walking from his car carrying suitcases. Johnny sees
               him. Juan sees Johnny. They look each other, wondering what
               the other is doing there. Jon's truck pulls up. They look at
               him too. Hwan walks out to his car to get more luggage and
               sees the other men looking at each other. They all recognize
               each other and walk into their cabins.

               INT JUAN'S CABIN  DAY

               Juan walks into the cabin. Gabby is putting things away.

                                   JUAN
                         Something's going on here.

               He's confused.

               INT JON'S CABIN  DAY

               Jon walks into the cabin. Beth is putting things away.

                                   JON
                         Something's going on here.

               He's confused.

               INT HWAN'S CABIN  DAY

               Hwan walks into the cabin. Lani is putting away things.

                                   HWAN
                         Something's going on here.

               He's confused.

               INT JOHNNY'S CABIN  DAY

               Johnny walks into the cabin. Jacki is putting things away.
               He's pissed.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I think this is some sort of damn
                         timeshare vacation scam.

               EXT HWANS CABIN - DAY - LATER

               Craig walks to Hwan's cabin door.

                                   CRAIG
                         Hwan, we need you for a short
                         meeting on the beach in five
                         minutes.

               Hwan walks to the door.

                                   HWAN
                         Okay.

               EXT JUANS CABIN - DAY - LATER

               Craig at Juan's cabin door.

                                   CRAIG
                         Juan, we need you

               EXT JONS CABIN - DAY - LATER

               Craig at Jon's cabin door.

                                   CRAIG
                         Jon, we need you

               EXT JOHNNY'S CABIN - DAY - LATER

               Craig at Johnny's cabin door.

                                   CRAIG
                         Johnny, we need you

               EXT BEACH  EARLY EVENING

               Beach chairs are gathered around a fire. Craig stands holding
               the shirts. Elise is next to him holding large manila
               envelopes. Jon arrives first, holding a Budweiser.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         Hi Jon, sit anywhere.

               Jon sits as Juan walks up and takes a seat. He too is holding
               a cold Bud.

                                   JUAN
                         I have a few question...

               Craig cuts him off.

                                   CRAIG
                         I know everyone has lots of
                         questions and I'll answer them as
                         soon as the others get here.

               Hwan walks up carrying his warm Bud and has a seat.

               EXT JOHNNY'S CABIN - LATER

               Johnny and Jacki are standing there talking. Johnny is
               pissed.

                                   JACKI
                         Just see what they say, we can
                         leave in the morning.

               Johnny walks toward the beach. Jacki watches him go, Gabby
               walks over to her. Jacki recognizes her from the Mcdonalds
               incident.

                                   JACKI (CONT'D)
                         Quite a coincidence, I'd say.

               She extends a hand.

                                   JACKI (CONT'D)
                         Jacki Wertz.

               Gabby is stunned.

                                   GABBY
                         That's not the only coincidence.

               EXT JONS CABIN - LATER

               Gabby and Jacki are at the door.

                                   GABBY
                         Mrs. Wertz?

               Beth comes to the door.

                                   BETH
                         Yes?

               EXT HWANS CABIN - LATER

               Beth, Gabby and Jacki are at the door.

                                   GABBY
                         Mrs. Wertz?

               Lani comes to the door.

                                   LANI
                         Yes?

               Gabby, Beth and Jacki just look at each other.

               EXT BEACH  LATER

               The guys are all sitting in the beach chairs around a fire
               holding their shirts and envelopes. A stack of diaries sits
               on a chair.

                                   CRAIG
                         Now that we are all here, let's
                         start by telling everyone your
                         names and ages. Then you can open
                         the envelopes and hopefully what's
                         inside will answer some of the
                         questions you have.

               Hwan stands up.

                                   HWAN
                         I'm Hwan Wertz. Thirty-four. I'm a
                         clothing designer.

               Silence. The only sound is the lakes gentle ripples and the
               sound of Johnny's eyes rolling back. 

                                   JUAN
                         I'm Juan Wertz, thirty-two and I'm
                         a chef.

               They look at him. The men look at him and think the same
               thing. "It can't be."

                                   JON
                         I'm Jon Wertz, thirty-three.
                         History professor.

               All eyes are on him. Johnny then stands.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I'm... I may be named Johnny Wertz,
                         and you all cannot be my brothers.

               He gets up.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         I don't know what kind of scam you
                         are trying to pull, Craig, but I'm
                         leaving.

                                   CRAIG
                         Please wait, Johnny.

               Johnny stops as Craig quickly pulls out a diary. He finds a
               marked page and reads from it.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         "Today my son Johnny won the
                         hundred yard dash. I'm very proud
                         of him."

               Johnny looks at him.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         Dated May 23, 1984.

               Johnny is bewildered.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I was in seventh grade. I won a
                         medal.

               He sits and Craig goes to another page from the diary

                                   CRAIG
                         Jon, do you remember fly-fishing
                         for the first time?

               Jon thinks a moment.

                                   JON
                         Upper Michigan, I think I was nine
                         or ten.

               Craig reads from the diary once more.

                                   CRAIG
                         July 23, 1983. Fished with my son
                         Jon today. Taught him to tie a tube
                         knot.

               Jon wipes a tear.

                                   JON
                         Some nice old guy in the cabin next
                         to us. He took me fishing. He was a 
                         very patient man.

               Craig reads from the diary again.

                                   CRAIG
                         April 18, 1996. Watched my son Juan
                         graduate from college today with a
                         degree in culinary arts. He is a
                         fine chef and I have eaten his food
                         many times.

               Craig quickly flips to another page.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         October 3, 1996. Hwan got married
                         today. It was a beautiful ceremony.
                         I wished I could have shared it
                         with him.

               The men all look at each other in disbelief.

                                   HWAN
                         But why?

                                   CRAIG
                         I don't know for sure. Let me read
                         something he wrote just before he
                         died.

               Craig grabs another diary and starts reading from a marked
               passage.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         I have lived a life alone and full
                         of regrets. My sons are grown,
                         successful men with wonderful and
                         beautiful families. I wish I could
                         have been part of their lives, but
                         it was not to be.

               The men all have a mix of emotions; confusion, anger, wonder,
               longing.

                                   JON
                         Can we read the diaries?

                                   CRAIG
                         Of course, they belong to all of
                         you.

               Johnny stands up.

                                   JOHNHY
                         This is all bullshit. Some crazy
                         old guy says he's our father? Look
                         at us.

               The cameras focus on all of their faces.

                                   JOHNHY (CONT'D)
                         We aren't brothers, this is all
                         some bullshit. Just give me what
                         the old guy left me and let me go
                         home.

                                   JUAN
                         Me too.

                                   CRAIG
                         I'm afraid that I don't have the
                         power to do that. The will states
                         that his sons will spend some time
                         together; doing the things they
                         missed out on growing up. Then at
                         the end of that time, they will get
                         their inheritance and can decide if
                         they want to continue the
                         relationships with their brothers.

                                   HWAN
                         Are we really related? Doesn't seem
                         biologically possible.

                                   CRAIG
                         I don't know, I'm not a genetics
                         expert.

                                   JOHNNY
                         He wasn't my father and no offense,
                         but you all aren't my brothers.

               Johnny gets up to leave.

                                   CRAIG
                         You don't want the inheritance?

                                   JOHNNY
                         How much?

                                   CRAIG
                         High five figures.

               Looks all around. Not bad.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         I know this was a lot to digest. Go
                         sleep on it. Let me know in the
                         morning.

               The men all get up and start walking back to their cabins,
               leaving their cans of beer, but each taking one of the
               diaries.

               INT HWANS CABIN - LATER

               Hwan walks in the door of the cabin. Lani is there waiting.
               They look at each other.

                                   LANI
                             (concerned)
                         Want to talk?

                                   HWAN
                         Not yet.

               He sits on the couch.

               INT JONS CABIN - LATER

               Jon walks in the door of the cabin. Beth is putting things
               away. They look at each other.

                                   BETH
                         How did it go?

                                   JON
                         They say we are brothers.

                                   BETH
                         What do you think?

                                   JON
                         I'd say we are about the furthest
                         thing from brothers.

               INT JUANS CABIN - LATER

               Juan walks in the door of the cabin. The boys are running
               around. Gabby comes out of the bedroom. Juan is in shock.

                                   GABBY
                         Sit down, I'll get you a beer.

               Juan sits as Gabby gets him a cold beer.

               INT JOHNNYS CABIN - LATER

               Johnny walks in the door of the cabin. Jacki is there
               waiting. They look at each other.

                                   JOHNNY
                         A cook, a clothing designer and a
                         college professor. Can you believe
                         that? 

                                   JACKI
                         So are we leaving?

                                   JOHNNY
                         No.

                                   JACKI
                         Good, the boys will have fun here.
                         You're a good father.

               Johnny sits at the table.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Thanks.

                                   JACKI
                         Find anything out?

                                   JOHNNY
                         A little. He knew of me, kept up
                         with what I was doing, even if he
                         wasn't my dad.

                                   JACKI
                         Want to talk?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Not now, I'm tired. It's been a
                         long day.

               Jacki takes the envelope and the diary.

                                   JACKI
                         Go to bed. I'll finish here.

               EXT BEACH - NIGHT

               The fire is dying as a group of four teenage boys walk past
               fire and spy the open beers. They walk to the beers and check
               the contents they drink the beers down and continue down the
               beach just before Elise comes back to the beach carrying
               plastic bags and a marker. She carefully takes each can and
               puts it in a bag and labels the bags with the men's names.

               EXT CRAIGS CABINS - MORNING

               The sun is coming up over the horizon as Elise is finishing
               up her morning run. She walks into the cabin.

               INT CRAIGS CABIN  MORNING

               Elise walks over to the refrigerator and takes out a cold
               bottle of water and an apple. The bathroom door is closed and
               the shower is running. The bedroom door opens and a scary
               looking Tanya ambles out. The shower stops. She sits in the
               chair and looks at Elise, healthy and glistening from her
               run. Elise smiles at her.

                                   ELISE
                         Sleep well?

                                   TANYA
                         Not at all. The beds are terrible,
                         all the noises outside. Is the
                         coffee made?

               Elise looks over at the coffeepot.

                                   ELISE
                         Doesn't look like it.

               Tanya groans as the bathroom door opens. Craig comes out of
               the shower.

                                   CRAIG
                         Good morning.

               He walks into his bedroom.

                                   TANYA
                         Nothing good about it.

               Elise walks into her room and grabs a towel and quickly walks
               back out and into the bathroom. The door closes. Craig comes
               out of his room. The shower starts.

                                   TANYA (CONT'D)
                         She didn't even make coffee.

                                   CRAIG
                         I didn't know she was suppose to.

                                   TANYA
                         Doesn't she work for you?

                                   CRAIG
                         At work she does. It's not a big
                         deal, I'll make the coffee.

               Tanya pouts a little.

                                   TANYA
                         I have to go to the bathroom.

               INT HWANS CABIN  MORNING

               Meika and Lani are eating cereal. Hwan is on his cell phone
               talking business.

                                   MEIKA
                         All those kids are my cousins?

                                   LANI
                         That's what they are saying.

               INT JONS CABIN  MORNING

               The entire family is eating a large breakfast.

                                   BUD
                         What are we doing today?

                                   JON
                         Not sure, we have to go and find
                         out what's planned for us.

               INT JUANS CABIN  MORNING

               The family is cleaning up after breakfast, except Gabby who
               is continuing to read a diary.

                                   GABBY
                         Did you know your father had two
                         patents? He was a very intelligent
                         man.

                                   JUAN
                         He wasn't my father.

                                   GABBY
                         He also grew up in orphanages,
                         never knew his parents. He was
                         mixed race and nobody wanted to
                         claim him. 

                                   JUAN
                         And?

                                   GABBY
                         He must have been a terribly lonely
                         person.

               INT JOHNNYS CABIN  MORNING

               Breakfast is over and they are getting ready to go meet with
               Craig.

                                   TOMMIE
                         What are we going to do with the
                         money?

                                   JOHNNY
                         We aren't going to do anything with
                         it. I am going to put it into your
                         college fund.

               EXT BEACH  MORNING

               The entire Wertz clan is gathered on the beach in a semi
               circle around Craig.

                                   CRAIG
                         I'm glad all of you decided to
                         stay. I hope you still feel that
                         way at the end of the long weekend.
                         Your father, Mr. Wertz if you
                         prefer, wanted you all to do the
                         things you never go to do as
                         brothers. Elise will you please
                         read the itinerary?

               Elise stands and produces a piece of paper.

                                   ELISE
                         Saturday, today, we will have a
                         family fishing trip. All of you
                         will board a charter boat for some
                         perch fishing. Tomorrow, the
                         morning will be free for those of
                         you who attend church services.
                         After lunch, we are headed over to
                         the campground for two days of
                         camping and engage in such
                         activities as baseball, canoeing,
                         arts and crafts, horseback riding,
                         swimming, archery, and hiking. We
                         will return here Tuesday morning.

                                   JON
                         Glad I brought the trailer.

                                   CRAIG
                         You can bring the trailer for the
                         wives, but the four men will share
                         a tent. He wanted you men to be
                         close.

               Groans from the men. The kids are all excited about doing all
               these things, the adults, not so excited.

                                   JON
                         Sounds like summer camp.

                                   CRAIG
                         We need you to pack lunches,
                         beverages and snacks for the
                         fishing trip.

               EXT CABINS  MORNING

               Craig, Elise, Tanya and the entire Wertz clan are gathered
               outside the cabins. Johnny is wearing a LeBron James jersey.
               Jon is wearing fishing clothes and has his own fishing gear
               including a tackle box the size of a suitcase. Johnny comes
               up to him.

                                   JOHNNY
                         What is that thing?

                                   JON
                         A tackle box.

               Johnny shakes his head at the size of it. He looks at all the
               patches on Jon's shirt.

                                   JOHNNY
                         These all for fishing stuff?

                                   JON
                         Yep.

                                   JOHNNY
                         They pay you to wear it? For
                         advertising their stuff? Or does it
                         help you catch more fish?

                                   JON
                         No, I like the looks of it.

               Jon looks at Johnny's jersey.

                                   JON (CONT'D)
                         LeBron pay you to wear his name?
                         Does it make you a better
                         basketball player?

               Johnny looks at his jersey and begins to open his mouth when
               a small bus pulls up. The door opens and they all pile into
               the bus. The driver smiles at all of them.

               INT BUS  MORNING

               The kids are all in the back of the bus goofing around. The
               adults are in the front and silent. Uncomfortable silence.
               Finally Craig breaks the silence.

                                   CRAIG
                         Does anyone need Dramamine?

               He holds out a bottle. The men look around. No hands. The
               wives look at them.

               ON JUAN

               Gabby nudges Juan and whispers to him.

                                   GABBY
                         Why don't you take some? You know
                         you get sea-sick.

                                   JUAN
                         I'll be okay.

               ON HWAN

               Lani nudges Hwan and whispers to him.

                                   LANI
                         Did you eat something?

                                   HWAN
                         I'll be okay.

               ON JON

               Beth nudges Jon and whispers to him.

                                   LANI
                         You taking some?

               Jon shakes his head.

               ON JOHNNY

               Jacki looks at Johnny with a raised eyebrow. He shakes his
               head.

               ON CRAIG

                                   CRAIG
                         And to make things interesting, the
                         largest fish caught will win a
                         prize.

               ON JON

               Jon nudges Beth and whispers.

                                   JON
                         Oh, yea, I'm going to win this one.

               A smug smile comes across his face.

               EXT BUS  DAY

               The entire party is waiting in line to board the fishing
               boat. Tanya isn't looking forward to this trip. Elise has on
               a fishing hat and carrying her own pole.

                                   TANYA
                             (to Craig)
                         How long is this going to last?

                                   CRAIG
                         Suppose to be three hours.

                                   TANYA
                         Just like the SS Minnow.
                         Probably end like it too, with my
                         luck.

               ON BOAT

               The captain comes from the enclosed cabin. He is old,
               disheveled and possibly drunk. He opens the door to the boat
               and ushers the group on the boat.

                                   CAPTIAN GARY
                             (slightly slurring)
                         Welcome to the Port Austin
                         Princess. This forty-four foot
                         vessel has an enclosed cabin, head,
                         restroom to you landlubbers and
                         shaded deck.
                             (pause)
                         Rods, reels ,tackles, bait, license
                         are included and refreshments are
                         available. Life jackets are on all
                         the walls and it is suggested that
                         the children put them on before
                         leaving the dock.

               Each member of the group smiles and nods as they pass him.

               EXT BOAT  DAY

               The boat is headed out to the fishing grounds. The kids are
               having fun, running around playing. The men all sit in
               chairs, none of the men look like they are feeling well.

               EXT BOAT  LATER

               The boat is now drifting and everyone is fishing. It is calm
               and the guys are feeling better. Each is watching the others,
               eyeing their catches. Juan pulls in a nice perch. He smiles
               at the other guys. Jon's pole bends, he's got one.

                                   JON
                         Got one!

               He reels in a four-inch perch. The other guys laugh at him.

                                   JOHNNY
                         That shirt's really working for
                         you.

               Jon glares at Johnny.

               EXT BOAT  DAY - ON KIDS

               Two of the boys, BUD and OMAR are eating some goodies. Bud
               had Oreos, and Omar has gummy worms.

                                   OMAR
                         Wanna trade?

                                   BUD
                         Sure.

               They happily eat their shared goodies.

               ON JOHNNY

               Johnny is leaning over the rail holding his fishing pole. He
               feels a tug and jerks his pole. Tommie looks over.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Got one, Dad?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Think so.

               Johnny reels in the line. Nothing there but a bare hook.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         Damn, they got my bait.

               Johnny sets his pole down and looks around for some bait. Bud
               and Omar walk up to see what's up.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         Hey, you guys know where he keeps
                         the worms?

               Bud and Omar smile at each other and open their mouths to
               show Johnny gummy worms that are mixed with a crushed Oreo.
               It really looks like a worm and dirt. Johnny starts gagging
               and leans over the rail.

               EXT BOAT  LATER

               Craig and Tanya are standing there fishing, if you can call
               what Tanya is doing fishing. She's reading a romance novel
               while her pole sits unattended. Elise stands there
               concentrating on her line. Elise starts reeling and pulls in
               a nice perch. He looks over at Tanya.

                                   CRAIG
                         That's a good one.

               He admires the fish and how quickly Elise unhooks the fish
               and puts it in her bucket.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         Tanya, you watching your line?

                                   TANYA
                             (not looking up)
                         I don't have to, there's no bait on
                         it.

               Craig sighs and goes back to fishing.

               EXT BOAT  LATER

               The camera walks around the boat, watching the families
               having fun, catching fish. The men still don't socialize with
               each other, just their families. The captain comes out.

                                   CAPTAIN
                         May I have your attention please?

               Everyone stops and looks at him.

                                   CAPTAIN (CONT'D)
                         The weather service has issued a
                         small craft advisory. Seems that
                         those clouds ahead are packing a
                         punch. Waves are going to become
                         two to four feet. Should we
                         continue fishing or head back in?

               The guys all answer in unison.

                                   GUYS
                         Go back in.

               EXT BOAT  LATER

               The boat is going back in and the waves have kicked up. The
               men are all sea-sick, doubled over or leaning over the rail.
               The kids are all having fun running around the deck, it's
               like a roller coaster.

               EXT DOCK  LATER

               The guys all stumble off the boat, all sick to their
               stomachs. The rest of the families follow.

               ON CRAIG

               Craig has his hands behind his back, hiding something.

                                   CRAIG
                         We have a winner of the fishing
                         contest. Omar, please come get your
                         prize.

               All smiles, Omar walks up to Craig. Craig presents him with
               his prize, a nice new rod and reel. Omar is pleased as the
               group claps.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         How did you catch it?

               Omar thinks a moment and reaches in his pocket.

                                   OMAR
                             (pulling out a gummie
                              worm)
                         Gummie worms!

               The group all laughs, the men laughing the best they can,
               trying not to heave.

               EXT CABINS  LATER

               The bus pulls in and the group comes off the bus. The men are
               obviously sick and headed to bed. Craig comes off the bus.

                                   CRAIG
                         We will be cooking up the perch we
                         caught for dinner in a little
                         while.

               The guys groan.

               EXT BEACH - DAY

               The wives are all comparing notes on their husbands on the
               beach as all the kids play in the water.

                                   LANI
                         Hwan makes this funny little sound
                         when he's snoring. Like a he-he-he
                         he.

               The other woman laugh.

                                   GABBY
                         Juan too.

                                   BETH
                         Do they admit it when they are
                         wrong?

               They laugh.

                                   JACKI
                         Johnny could be speeding the wrong
                         way on a one-way street and he
                         would come up with a reason he was
                         right.

                                   LANI
                         Hwan once said a calculator was
                         wrong.

               More laughter.

                                   BETH
                         Jon questions every bill, no matter
                         how small.

                                   GABBY
                         Juan does too, but he's a chef so
                         he knows what the servers go
                         through.

                                   JACKI
                         Does he cook for you at home?

                                   GABBY
                         Of course not. If the reviewers
                         only knew. What do your guy's do?

                                   BETH
                         Jon teaches literature at a small
                         college.

                                   JACKI
                         We own a plumbing store but we have
                         thirty-year-old toilets in our
                         home.

               They laugh.

                                   BETH
                         What does Hwan do, Lani?

               Lani doesn't like talk about their money.

                                   LANI
                         He's a designer.

                                   JACKI
                         What does he design?

                                   LANI
                             (evasive)
                         Clothing, some furniture.

               They can tell something is up.

                                   GABBY
                         Come on, out with it.

                                   LANI
                         Have you heard of Hwan-Lan clothing
                         line?

                                   JACKI
                         You are the Lan from Hwan-Lan?

               Lani is a little embarrassed.

                                   GABBY
                         We do get a family discount now,
                         don't we?

               The girls all share a laugh.

               EXT JOHNNYS CABIN  DAY

               Juan is walking past Johnny's cabin to go down to the beach.
               He hears a sound coming from the bedroom window. It's the
               sounds of a golf tournament. He inches closer. Close on Juan.

                                   JON (O.S.)
                             (whispering in his ear)
                         What are you doing?

               Jon scares the shit out of Juan.

                                   JUAN
                         What the hell are you doing, man?

                                   JON
                         Eavesdropping on your
                         eavesdropping.

                                   JUAN
                         I wasn't eavesdropping, I was
                         listening to golf.

               Jon is pleasantly surprised. There is a roar from the
               television. They both edge closer to the window to hear the
               action.

                                   HWAN (O.S.)
                         Hey!

               They turn around to see Hwan looking at them.

                                   JON
                         It's not what it looks like.

                                   JUAN
                         It's golf.

               Hwan understands and quietly joins them at the window.

                                   HWAN
                         Who's winning?

               INT JOHNNYS CABIN - DAY

               Johnny is laying on his bed watching the golf tournament.

                                   ANNOUNCER (O.S.)
                         With two hole remaining, Tiger
                         Woods leads Garcia and Toms by two
                         strokes.

                                   JUAN (O.S.)
                         Damn!

               Johnny turns to the window to see the other three men
               watching.

               EXT BEACH - DAY

               The women continue their conversations.

                                   JACKI
                         And that damn golf --

                                   LANI
                         Guess who brought his putter on our
                         honeymoon and practiced on our
                         wedding night?

                                   JACKI
                         I have a sand trap in the back
                         yard. Neighborhood cats think it's
                         the community toilet.

                                   BETH
                         We had our kids around the major
                         golf tournaments.

                                   GABBY
                         I had to threaten to leave Juan
                         when he tried to name our son
                         Sergio Garcia Wertz.

               Lani looks around.

                                   LANI
                         Where are they, anyway?

                                   BETH
                         Probably asleep.

                                   GABBY
                         I'd say Juan is watching golf, but
                         no TV's.

               Jacki know exactly what Johnny is doing. She gets up.

                                   JACKI
                         Follow me.

               They all get up and follow Jacki.

               EXT JOHNNYS  CABIN - DAY

               The girls are gathered outside Johnny and Jacki's cabin
               listening to the guys inside watching golf.

                                   JON (O.S.)
                         How could he miss that?

                                   JUAN (O.S.)
                         Just a dead pull.

               The girls snicker.

                                   GABBY
                             (loudly)
                         Hey, what kind of pulling is going
                         on in there?

               INT JOHNNY'S CABIN - DAY

               The guys are all caught by surprise, kids caught with their
               hands in the cookie jar.

                                   JOHNNY
                         We just

               The girls all give knowing looks.

               INT JOHNNYS CABIN - MORNING

               Johnny is looking in his luggage as he and Jacki get ready
               for church.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Have you seen my tie?

                                   JACKI
                         No, I didn't pack for you

               Tommie and Mario walk into the room wearing their matching
               Wertz shirts.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Can Mario come to church with us?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Sure, he can come.

               Candy walks in at the same time. She's wearing the shirt
               also.

                                   CANDY
                         If Mario gets to go I want to bring
                         Meika and Melinda.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I don't have room for them all,
                         baby.

                                   MELINDA
                         You can take my dads truck, he
                         won't mind. We can all sit in the
                         back.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I'm sure he would mind....

               He can't remember her name.

                                   MELINDA
                         It's Melinda, Uncle Johnny.

               He is surprised by the uncle part.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I knew that.

               EXT CABIN PARKING LOT - MORNING

               Jon is handing Johnny the keys to the truck as the kids pile
               into the back.

                                   JON
                         It's got gas and the registration
                         and proof of insurance is in the
                         glovebox.

               The kids finally are all in the back. Johnny goes to the back
               of the truck and peeks inside.

                                   JOHNNY
                         This all of you?

               All the little heads nod yes.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         You sure you didn't bring a few
                         neighbor kids?

               They giggle.

                                   MEIKA
                         Uncle Johnny, you're so funny.

               He half smiles at her and turns away.

               EXT CHURCH - DAY

               The big truck pulls into the parking lot. Johnny spies an
               empty spot and tries to pull into the spot. The spot is a
               little tight and he has trouble getting the truck in
               straight. The truck is too big. With some difficulty, he
               backs out of the spot and tries another spot. Same problems.
               Exasperated, he moves the truck to the back of the lot which
               is empty. The kids pile out of the truck and they all walk up
               to the church entrance where some of the other churchgoers
               notice them. Johnny looks around at the faces looking at
               them.

                                   JOHNNY
                             (to Jacki)
                         Why are they all looking at us?

                                   JACKI
                         Could be because we have ten kids
                         of every race following us into
                         church.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Or because you almost hit about
                         five cars.

               Johnny takes offense.

                                   JOHNNY
                         They weren't even close. I was in
                         total control.

               They get to the church enterence doors where they are greeted
               by Father Tom, who is, holding the door.

                                   JACKI
                         Good Morning Father

                                   FATHER TOM
                         Good morning, to you, and a fine
                         looking family you arrive with this
                         morning.

               The kids all smile as they walk through the door, saying
               hello. Finally a tired looking Johnny comes through the door.

                                   JOHNNY
                         'Morning Father.

                                   FATHER TOM
                         It's a brave and righteous man who
                         comes to church on a vacation
                         Sunday, especially with that many
                         children.

                                   JOHNNY
                         They're not all mine, some old guy
                         died and...

               Father Tom looks at him quizzically.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         Never mind.

                                   FATHER TOM
                         We are all one family in God's
                         eyes, my son.

               Johnny stops for a moment then walks off as the organ starts.

               EXT CABINS - DAY

               Craig and Elise are putting the camping equipment into the
               bus. Tanya is next to the bus sitting in a chair reading a
               trashy novel. Craig walks off the bus. Tanya looks up at him.

                                   TANYA
                         Do you need any help?

                                   CRAIG
                         No, that's okay. We are almost
                         done.

               Elise comes out of the bus, excited at the thought of
               camping.

                                   ELISE
                         This is going to be so much fun.
                         Are the marshmallows packed? Can't
                         go camping without roasting them
                         over the fire, can we?

               Tanya looks up annoyed.

                                   TANYA
                         I hate marshmallows.

               Some of the kids come running up the bus, yelling and
               generally making kid's noise. Tanya looks at them with
               contempt.

                                   TANYA (CONT'D)
                         Do they have to make so much noise?

               Hwan and Lani walk up to the bus carrying their stuff.

                                   CRAIG
                         All set?

                                   HWAN
                         I think so, only two nights right?

                                   CRAIG
                         Just two, but we have lots of
                         activities planned for you guys.
                         The time will go by quickly.

               They board the bus as Johnny and Jacki walk up to the bus
               carrying their stuff. Johnny reaches over for Jacki's bag.
               She pulls away.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I was going to put it on the bus.

                                   JACKI
                         My stuff isn't going on the bus.
                         Beth invited all us girls to stay
                         in their trailer.

               Johnny is surprised.

                                   JOHNNY
                         You get to stay in that big trailer
                         and we have to stay in a tent? How
                         does that happen?

                                   JACKI
                         I don't know and I don't care. I
                         get a bed and a mattress.

               With that said she walks off to the trailer.

                                   JOHNNY
                             (to Craig)
                         How many tents do we have?

                                   CRAIG
                         Two. One for the kids and one for
                         the men.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Us guys have to share a tent?

                                   CRAIG
                         That's what the instructions said.

                                   JOHNNY
                         The instructions don't know about
                         my bad back.

               Johnny is still mumbling something unintelligible as he
               climbs on the bus as Juan and Gabby approach the bus. Juan
               doesn't look happy. They board the bus.

               INT BUS  DAY

               All of the people are aboard the bus. The kids are excited
               about camping, while the adults, especially the men look less
               than thrilled. Craig stands in the isle and speaks to them.

                                   CRAIG
                         The activities we have planned
                         include games, baseball, canoeing,
                         arts and crafts, horseback riding,
                         swimming, archery, and hiking.

               The kids cheer.

                                   HWAN
                         Why so much?

                                   JUAN
                         Can't we relax a little?

                                   CRAIG
                         We are trying to cram a childhood
                         into two days. Not much time for
                         relaxation.

                                   JOHNNY
                         What about the bathroom?

                                   CRAIG
                         There is a Port-a-potty at the
                         site.

                                   GABBY
                         Yuck. We have to use an outside
                         bathroom?

                                   CRAIG
                         Not the ladies. Jon and Beth have
                         generously offered the use of their
                         RV bathroom.

               The guys all look bummed.

               EXT CAMP GROUND - DAY

               The bus stops at a small campground. Jon's truck pulls up on
               front of a full RV hook-up with electricity, water and sewer.
               They all get out of the bus and truck and start unloading
               their gear.

               EXT CAMP GROUND  DAY

               The guys are looking at the tent laid out on the ground.
               There are quite a few parts.

                                   JUAN
                         Think we should we find the
                         directions?

                                   JON
                         It's just a tent.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Can't be that hard.

                                   HWAN
                         Looks complicated for a tent.

               Each of the guys start grabbing parts. The kids stand and
               watch for a moment.

                                   TOMMIE
                         Dad, can we put up our tent?

               The men all look over and smile at the kids.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Sure, go ahead. Have a ball, kids.

               The men all chuckle at the thought of the kids trying to put
               it up tent by themselves. The kids open the tent box and
               start reading the directions.

               INT TRAILER - DAY

               The girls are sitting in the trailer having wine watching the
               guys.

                                   LANI
                         This camping stuff is hard.

               Beth comes over from the counter carrying a plate with cheese
               and crackers.

                                   BETH
                         It's tough. Some cheese and
                         crackers?

               The girls grab some.

                                   JACKI
                         Thank you.

                                   LANI
                         Thank you, wonderful wine.

                                   GABBY
                         How long until the tents are up?

                                   LANI
                         Not looking good. Looks like they
                         are fighting about it.

               The guys are having a hard time. Too many egos involved in
               the process.

                                   JACKI
                         The kids?

                                   LANI
                         No, the husbands.

                                   BETH
                         This should be better than
                         television.

               She sits and watches.

               EXT CAMP GROUND  DAY

               The guys are trying to put up their tent. Juan is in the
               partially erected tent.

                                   JUAN
                         Hand me the other pole.

                                   HWAN
                         It goes on the outside, not inside.

                                   JUAN
                         I'm telling you that it goes in
                         here.

               Juan puts the pole in place and stands back to look at his
               handiwork.

               EXT CAMP GROUND  DAY

               Craig and Elise are putting up their tent. As usual, Tanya
               isn't helping, just reading her novel.

                                   TANYA
                         I thought Elise would be able to
                         put up her tent by herself.

                                   CRAIG
                         We are all sharing this tent.

               Tanya doesn't like this at all.

                                   TANYA
                         Why can't I sleep in the trailer?

                                   CRAIG
                         Were you invited?

                                   TANYA
                         No.

                                   CRAIG
                         I think it's just the sister-in
                         laws.

                                   TANYA
                         They aren't sister-in-laws, just
                         some unfortunate people brought
                         together by a crazy old man's
                         stupid idea.

               Elise walks out of the tent.

                                   ELISE
                         I think it's neat. He wanted all
                         his sons to be together for a
                         little bit.

               Tanya rolls her eyes.

                                   TANYA
                         Look at them, they aren't related.
                         Anyone with eyes can see they
                         aren't. This whole thing is
                         completely idiotic.

               Craig and Elise look a each other.

               EXT CAMP GROUND  DAY

               The guys are looking at the tent which is obviously not put
               up correctly. They are tired from their ordeal and are
               enjoying cold beers.

                                   JUAN
                         Not bad.

                                   HWAN
                         No, it will be fine.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Better than the directions anyway.
                         Look how the roof slopes. It will
                         be better if it rains.

               They admire the tent. A kid's voice calls to them.

                                   TOMMIE (O.S.)
                         How did we do?

               The men all look over to the kid's tent. They are all
               standing in front of the tent that is perfectly erected. The
               kids smile triumphantly.

               EXT CAMP GROUND  DAY

               Juan and Hwan are putting their sleeping bags and belongings
               into their tent. They are bumping into each other and it's
               obvious that they are going to be cramped. Johnny comes to
               the tent door.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I need to be near the door.
                         Claustrophobia.

               Hwan looks at him skeptically.

                                   HWAN
                         Yea, me too.

               Juan smiles.

                                   JUAN
                         Same here.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Okay, it's beans for dinner tonight
                         then.

               Juan and Hwan don't like the sounds of this.

                                   HWAN
                         You can have the door.

               Johnny smiles and Jon walks up to the door of the tent
               carrying his sleeping bag.

                                   JON
                         Anyone mind if I get to be by the
                         door?

               They all look at him.

               EXT CAMP GROUND  DAY

               Juan is finishing cooking the burgers and hot dogs over the
               campfire. A big pot of beans simmers. He announces it to the
               campsite.

                                   JUAN
                         Dinner's ready.

               Everyone rushes up for their meal, Tanya is first. She looks
               over the hamburgers and hot dogs.

                                   TANYA
                         No chicken? No fish?

               Juan looks at her.

                                   JUAN
                         Sorry, not on the menu tonight.

               Tanya takes a burger and leaves, unhappy.

               EXT CAMP GROUND  DAY

               Johnny comes out of the port-a-potty and notices the line for
               dinner. He is distressed. He walks to the end of the line. He
               sees Tommie and Candy up ahead. He walks up to them and
               whispers to them.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Don't get the hamburgers. You know
                         I hate hot dogs. I can't eat them.

               They both nod. Johnny walks to the back of the line. The line
               is going quick and soon Johnny is at the front. He looks down
               and sees only hot dogs left. Juan tries to give him a hot
               dog.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         No more burgers?

               Juan shakes his head no.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         I hate hot dogs, just give me some
                         beans.

                                   JUAN
                         No beans. Remember?

               Exasperated, Johnny takes his hot dog and steams off to the
               condiment table where he douses his dog with mustard,
               ketchup, onions and anything else available and grabs a
               handful of chips. He walks to the table where his family is
               happily eating.

                                   JACKI
                         What's this? You hate hot dogs.

               Johnny just gives her a dirty look and unhappily chomps on
               his hot dog.

               EXT CAMPING - EVENING

               The sun is setting and the families are sitting around the
               fire, relaxing.

                                   HWAN
                         This is relaxing.

                                   JUAN
                         We don't do this enough.

               Smiles all around. Craig comes out if his tent carrying a
               board game.

                                   CRAIG
                         Time to start the activities.

               He holds up Monopoly. The men grown, playing a board game is
               the last thing they want to do.

               EXT CAMPING - EVENING

               The men are seated around a picnic table and playing a heated
               game of Monopoly.
               The kids are roasting marshmallows and the women are doing
               their best to ignore the guys who are drinking and getting
               loud.

               EXT CAMPING  EVENING  CARD TABLE

               Juan rolls the dice and tosses them. He moves his piece and

                                   HWAN
                             (happily)
                         St. Charles place with a hotel. You
                         owe me

               He picks up the card.

                                   HWAN (CONT'D)
                         $750

                                   JUAN
                             (pissed)
                         Damn, I'm busted.

                                   JON
                         I'll give you a thousand for your
                         railroads

                                   HWAN
                             (defensive to Jon)
                         You can't do that.

                                   JON
                         Why not?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Yea, why not?

                                   HWAN
                             (defensive to Jon)
                         You just can't.

               Juan hands the cards to Jon and takes the thousand dollars he
               was offering.

                                   JUAN
                         Too bad. Call the S.E.C. Who's turn
                         is it?

               Johnny takes the dice and starts shaking.

               EXT CAMPING  NIGHT

               The kids are being tucked into their tent as Craig, Tanya and
               Elise walk to their tent.
               They all climb in and get their sleeping clothes. They look
               at each other. This isn't going to work.

                                   ELISE
                         I'll go change behind the tent.

               EXT CAMPING  LATE NIGHT - TABLE

               The guys are still playing Monopoly as the fire slowly dies.
               They slap at mosquitoes.

                                   JOHNNY
                         The fire needs more wood. Let's
                         roll for it.

               Johnny picks the die and rolls. Five.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         Five.

               Hwan picks up the die and tosses it. Two.

                                   HWAN
                         Damn.

               Juan picks up the die and tosses it. Six.

                                   JUAN
                         Yes!

               A woman's voice comes from the trailer.

                                   VOICE
                         Keep it down, we are trying to
                         sleep.

               The guys all look sheepishly to the trailer. Jon picks up the
               die and tosses it. Five.

                                   JON
                         That's you Hwan, and please grab me
                         a beer while you're up.

               Hwan gets up.

                                   JUAN
                         I need one too.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Same here.

               EXT CAMPING  VERY LATE NIGHT - TABLE

               They slap at mosquitoes and are still playing Monopoly. The
               fire has died and the guys are pretty drunk and very tired.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I need to sleep. Let's call it a
                         draw.

                                   JON
                         No way, I'm winning.

                                   JUAN
                         I need the bathroom.

               Juan rises from his seat and knocks the table to the ground,
               scattering the money, cards and pieces. They look at Juan.

                                   JON
                         You did that on purpose.

               Juan shakes his head.

                                   JUAN
                         I did it because I need to use the
                         bathroom.

               Johnny gets up.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Forget this, I'm going to bed.

               He wanders over to the tent as the others head for the port-a
               potty. Johnny hangs a lamp from a pole and climbs into his
               sleeping back and gets settled.

               A moment later, he is interrupted by Juan getting into the
               tent. Juan gets into his sleeping bag and settled when Jon
               enters the tent.

               It's getting crowded in there as Jon settles in.

               Hwan peeks into the almost-full tent. He steps over one man,
               then another, then another until he reaches his small
               sleeping space. He wiggles into his bag, disrupting his tent
               mates. Johnny reaches up and zips the tent flap.

                                   JUAN
                         Anyone going to hit that light?

                                   JON
                             (to Juan)
                         You're the closest.

                                   JUAN
                         And I'm trapped here like a damn
                         sardine.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I was wondering what that smell
                         was.

               Hwan gets up and turns off the light. Its pitch black in the
               tent. Someone cuts a loud, juicy fart.

                                   JUAN
                         Damn, I saw the tent walls ripple.

               The odor drifts through the tent.

                                   HWAN
                         That is extremely offensive.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Can everyone please be quiet so I
                         can sleep?

                                   JON
                         Stop doing that and we can sleep.

               It happens again. A huge burst of nasty flatulence. The guys
               groan.

                                   HWAN
                         Johnny, can you please open the
                         flap so we can get some fresh air
                         in here?

                                   JOHNNY
                         And let all those mosquitoes in
                         here?

                                   JUAN
                         What are you worried about, the
                         smell's gonna kill them anyway.

               Johnny reaches up and unzips the door. Fresh air fills the
               tent. Relief.

                                   ALL
                         Ahhhh.

               INT CRAIGS TENT - MORNING

               Craig, Tanya and Elise are all asleep in the small tent.
               Craig is asleep and has his arm around Elise. Her eyes open
               wide as his hand starts moving upward toward her breast.
               She locks her arms to her side, stopping his hand from
               reaching its target. Craig mumbles something unintelligible.

                                   CRAIG
                         Wha..hum..bub..

               And then he starts to pull her closer. Elise is very
               uncomfortable in this position. Elise tries to move away but
               Craig holds her tighter. Tanya wakes up and turns over to see
               Craig's arm on Elise and is pissed off. She shoves Craig who
               wakens with a start.

                                   TANYA
                         What the hell is going on?

               Craig looks over at his arm on Elise, who sits up a little.
               Craig quickly removes his arm and looks at Tanya.

                                   CRAIG
                         I was asleep; I must have thought
                         it was you.

               Tanya eyes Elise suspiciously.

                                   TANYA
                         I find that hard to believe.

               Elise gets up, wearing only tiny shorts and tank top.

                                   ELISE
                         I think I'll go for a long run.

               Tanya and Craig watch her as she looks for her shoes and
               leaves the tent. They look at each other before the fireworks
               start.

               EXT CAMPING - MORNING

               The women exit the trailer and inspect the damage from last
               night. The table is overturned and the Monopoly game is all
               over the ground as well as about a case of empty beer cans.

                                   JACKI
                         What the hell happened?

                                   GABBY
                         Did they have a fight?

                                   BETH
                         I didn't hear anything.

               The kids come out of their tent. They see the overturned
               table and mess too.

                                   BUD
                         Were there bears here?

                                   LANI
                         Yep, four of them.

                                   BUD
                         Where are they now?

                                   BETH
                         Asleep in the tent. Bud you need to
                         go in there and wake daddy up.

                                   GABBY
                         Omar, Mario, you guys go help Bud.

               The boys slowly go over to the tent. They get closer. The
               odor is almost overpowering.

                                   BUD
                         Mom, it stinks in there.

                                   BETH
                         I'll bet it does. Boys, grab the
                         pole and run over here.

               The boys grab the pole holding the front of the tent up and
               pull it away, collapsing the tent on the men.

                                   MEN
                         Hey! What's going on? What are you
                         doing?

               The hung-over men emerge from their collapsed tent. All of
               their faces are covered with large mosquito bites.

               EXT CAMPING - MORNING

               The men are all seated at tables nursing hangovers and
               wearing lotion on their mosquito bites. Craig comes over with
               a pile of link sausage and sets it in front of them.

                                   CRAIG
                         Eat up guys, lots to do today.

               Groans from all of them. Elise comes back from her run and up
               to Craig.

                                   ELISE
                         Everything okay?

                                   CRAIG
                         Depends on your definition of okay.

                                   ELISE
                         Is she still mad?

                                   CRAIG
                         I'm not sure, she left fifteen
                         minutes ago. Jon took her to the
                         cabin.

                                   ELISE
                         She going to be there when we get
                         back?

                                   CRAIG
                         I have no idea. Probably not.

                                   ELISE
                         I'm sorry.

                                   CRAIG
                         Not your fault, don't worry about
                         it and I'm sorry for what happened.

                                   ELISE
                         Wasn't intentional. No problem.

                                   CRAIG
                         Thanks. Breakfast?

               He offers sausage. She smiles at him.

                                   ELISE
                         Love some.

               She takes a sausage and walks away.

               EXT CAMPING - MORNING

               The women watch the men waiting in line to use the port-a
               potty.

                                   BETH
                         I feel bad. Should we let them?

                                   JACKI
                         I wouldn't if you value you holding
                         tanks.

               The other women nod in agreement. Craig comes up to them.

                                   CRAIG
                         The bus is on its way to pick us
                         up. Are all of you ready for
                         canoeing?

                                   LANI
                         We are. I'm not too sure about
                         them.

               She points to the guys who would give anything to be back in
               bed sleeping.

               EXT CANOE RENTAL - DAY

               They are all gathered at the small canoe rental. The lazy
               river runs in front of them. Craig speaks to them.

                                   CRAIG
                         You all have your canoe
                         assignments. To make it
                         interesting, the first ones to make
                         it to the pick-up spot each get
                         twenty five dollar gift
                         certificates to the stores in Port
                         Austin.

               The kids cheer.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         The bus will be there to pick us up
                         in three hours. Let's get going.

               They all move toward their canoes.

               EXT CANOE RENTAL - DAY

               The four men are all climbing in their canoe. They have a
               little trouble keeping it balanced in the water. Johnny grabs
               the canoe and steadies it. Hwan climbs in.

                                   HWAN
                         We shouldn't all be in the same
                         canoe. These things have to have
                         weight limitations.

                                   JOHNNY
                         It's all weight displacement. We
                         will be fine.

               Jon climbs into the canoe.

                                   JON
                         I'm going to be sick.

               Juan climbs in, then Johnny.

                                   JUAN
                         Do it in the river.

               EXT CANOE RENTAL - DAY

               Craig, Elise and a couple smaller kids are in one canoe. The
               bigger kids are in their own canoe. The wives are together in
               another. The four canoes slowly glide down the river.

               EXT RIVER - DAY

               MONTAGE

               Gliding down the river, kids splashing the men, Craig and
               Elise having fun, the women staying out of the way.

               EXT RIVER - DAY

               The pick-up spot is within sight and the older kids are
               racing their dads for the prize. The dads get ahead and all
               stand up and turn around taunting the kids. Their canoe hits
               a partially submerged log and they get tossed into the water.
               The kids cheer as they pull up to the dock.

               EXT RIDING STABLE - DAY

               The whole clan is at a riding stable. The men are soaked from
               their spill in the water. They are looking at the horses in
               the stable.

                                   HWAN
                         I've never been on one and not
                         looking to start.

                                   JON
                         It's a piece of cake, you'll be
                         fine.

                                   JOHNNY
                         These things are huge.

                                   JON
                         They are very gentle animals.

               A horse walks over and Jon starts to pet him. Johnny moves
               his hand near the horse. It whinnies, scaring the hell out of
               Johnny.

               EXT HORSEBACK RIDING - DAY

               They are all riding their horses along the trail. All except
               Juan, whose horse won't budge. He is frustrated.

                                   JUAN
                         Come on, let's go.

               The horse won't budge.

               BASKETBALL  DAY

               The guys are shooting baskets, about to start playing PIG,
               the game where you have to make a shot if the man ahead of
               you makes the shot. If he makes it and you miss, you get a
               letter. Once you get P-I-G, you are out of the game. Their
               families are watching them. Craig has an announcement.

                                   CRAIG
                         The winner of this game gets a
                         twenty-five dollar gift certificate
                         to the stores in Port Austin. I
                         drew names and Jon starts, followed
                         by Juan, Hwan and Johnny.

               Jon is dribbling the ball.

                                   JON
                         You guys ready?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Let's go. This is my game.

               Jon dribbles near the foul line and puts up a jumper. All
               net. It's clear that he's played before and is quite good.
               Juan takes the ball and sets himself at the foul line and
               shoots. He misses.

                                   OMAR
                         You got a P, Daddy.

               The crowd laughs. Johnny takes the ball and makes a jumper
               from the side. Hwan takes the ball. He doesn't dribble very
               well.

                                   HWAN
                         I have to make that shot?

                                   JUAN
                         No, you don't have to. We would
                         like it if you missed.

               More laughs as Hwan walks over to the spot where Johnny made
               his shot. Hwan looks at the basket and shoots the shot
               underhand, ala Rick Berry. It goes in. Meika cheers.

                                   JOHNNY
                         You got a P.

               Hwan looks at him.

                                   HWAN
                         But I made the shot from the same
                         spot.

                                   JUAN
                         Have to shoot it like the guy who
                         made it. Overhand, underhand, one
                         handed, whatever.

               Hwan thinks for a moment.

                                   HWAN
                         Okay, got it.

               Montage of the guys shooting and making and missing, trying
               to intimidate each other. Hwan shooting underhand, making the
               others miss. Juan's out. The other three play on. Jon's out.
               Hwan and Johnny playing. Hwan still shooting underhand, never
               missing, but Johnny doesn't miss either. Hwan misses a shot.
               Johnny has a little confidence. He takes a hook shot. All
               net. His kids cheer.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Whoooo!!! Make that one, clothing
                         man.

               Hwan takes the ball and walks toward the spot. He studies the
               angle and takes a couple practice moves with his arm. Finally
               he takes the ball and shoots the awkward hook shot. It hits
               the top of the rim and bounces in slo-motion once, twice.

               All eyes are on the ball.

               The ball bounces a third time before falling in the basket.
               Johnny is bummed out, he thought he had won. He takes the
               ball and takes a long jumper from the top of the key. No
               good. Hwan takes the ball.

                                   HWAN
                         I can shoot from anywhere?

                                   JOHNNY
                             (confidently)
                         Anywhere you want.

               Hwan takes the ball and goes behind the basket. He looks over
               the basket at the angle. He takes his shooting position and
               shoots the ball over the basket at the perfect angle. Swish.
               Johnny is crushed, but tries not to show it. He gathers the
               ball and walks to the spot where Hwan made the shot.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                             (to himself)
                         Easy shot, easy shot.

               Johnny takes a deep breath and lofts the shot. The ball arcs
               over the top of the basket, toward the rim. Slow-motion on
               the ball as it misses the rim completely. Johnny just looks
               at the basket.

                                   JON
                         How's that jersey working for you,
                         LeBron?

               A dirty look from Johnny.

               INT BUS  DAY

               They are all on the bus, headed for the beach. Johnny is
               brooding silently. Jacki notices his mood.

                                   JACKI
                         It's just a game.

               He doesn't want to listen to that and shifts away, looking
               out the window. Craig stands up and addresses the group.

                                   CRAIG
                         At the beach, we will have a family
                         event, a sand castle building
                         contest.

               The kids all cheer.

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         Each family will have thirty
                         minutes to build the best
                         sandcastle. The winners will each
                         receive a twenty-five dollar gift
                         certificate.

               The kids cheer again.

               EXT BEACH - DAY

               Montage - Each family is building their sand castle. Some are
               large, some intricate. Some dry out and fall apart.

               EXT BEACH - DAY

               Montage  Craig and Elise are judging each sandcastle. Giving
               the prizes to Jon's family.

               EXT CAMPING - EVENING

               The tired group gets off the bus. They all flop into the
               chairs, tired from the busy day.

                                   CRAIG
                         Anyone up for cooking?

                                   JON
                         How about beer and sleep?

                                   JOHNNY
                         Sounds good to me.

               Craig looks over to the incoming vehicle. It's a man
               delivering pizzas.

                                   CRAIG
                         Pizza sound good to everyone?

               The kids all cheer. Smiles on the adults.

               EXT CAMPING  EVENING

               Montague of the families all eating pizza, tired but almost
               happy.

               EXT CAMPING - NIGHT

               The four men are all asleep sitting in chairs around the
               campfire. The women watch them from a nearby table.

                                   JACKI
                         They are sure quiet while they are
                         sleeping.

               One of the men passes gas.

                                   LANI
                             (as she gets up)
                         I knew that couldn't last.

               The rest of the women follow her lead and walk to the
               trailer.

               EXT CAMPING - MORNING

               The men all emerge sore and tired from their tent. The women
               and kids are all eating breakfast. 

                                   JACKI
                         You guys almost missed breakfast.

                                   BETH
                         Sleep well?

                                   ALL
                         No.

               They sit at their tables, wishing they were in their own
               beds.

               ARCHERY RANGE - DAY

               Montage of the families shooting arrows into targets. 

               - The adults get real ones, the kids, rubber suction cup
               ones. 

               - An arrow gets accidentally shot up in the air and comes
               down with a seagull impaled on it. 

               - Jon turns around with a suction-cupped arrow stuck to his
               forehead.

               EXT BASEBALL DIAMOND - DAY

               Montage of the families having fun playing baseball. 

               - Juan striking out. 

               - Bud running the wrong way around the bases. 

               - Elise hitting a ball past the outfielders and an impressed
               Craig

               INT MINIATURE GOLF - DAY

               They all walk into the miniature golf park.

                                   JON
                         Now, this is my game.

               Johnny looks at him.

                                   JOHNNY
                         You think so?

                                   JON
                         Drive for show, putt for dough.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Care to put some money on it?

                                   JON
                         Twenty?

                                   HWAN
                         I want in.

                                   JUAN
                         I'll take a piece of that. 

               The men wander over to the cashier to pay for their rounds.

                                   GABBY
                         This is going to get ugly.

               The other women nod in agreement.

               EXT MINIATURE GOLF - DAY

               The men are all playing together on the first hole. Juan is
               plumb-bobbing his short putt.

                                   JOHNNY
                         It's only a foot, what are you
                         doing that for?

                                   HWAN
                         Just putt.

               Juan misses the putt and almost throws his club.

               EXT MINIATURE GOLF - DAY

               The men are playing the third hole. Johnny is getting ready
               to putt.

                                   JUAN
                         Johnny, do you breathe in or out
                         when you putt.

               Johnny loses his concentration and miss-hits his putt,
               sending the ball away from the intended line.

               EXT MINIATURE GOLF - DAY

               The men are playing the sixth hole. Jon is getting ready to
               putt. We can see a shadow moving back and forth over his
               ball. He looks up and sees Hwan moving, causing the shadow
               distraction.

                                   JON
                         Hwan, you need to use the bathroom?

                                   HWAN
                         No, why?

                                   JON
                         Because you're dancing around like
                         a three-year-old with a full
                         bladder.

               INT MINIATURE GOLF - DAY

               The men are all gathered around the pimply-faced assistant
               manager, who stares at them incredulously.

                                   MANAGER
                         You want me to decide if it's a
                         stroke and distance penalty if the
                         ball leaves the putting surface?

               The men all nod.

                                   MANAGER (CONT'D)
                         I'm only sixteen.

               EXT MINIATURE GOLF - DAY

               Montage of the guys putting, missing and making putts and
               their wives watching them.

               EXT MINIATURE GOLF - DAY

               They all are walking out of the miniature golf park. Hwan is
               counting his money.

                                   HWAN
                         Nice doing business with all of
                         you.

               The other guys grumble.

               EXT NATURE TRAIL - DAY

               The families are walking on a trail through the woods. An
               attractive young guide, KAREN, points out trees, birds and
               animals. 

                                   KAREN
                         There is a robin the Michigan state
                         bird.

               They walk a bit further. Karen bends down and picks up a
               toad.

                                   KAREN (CONT'D)
                         This area is full of toads. You
                         have to be careful not to step on
                         them.

                                   LANI
                         Are there any snakes here?

                                   KAREN
                         There are quite a few species of
                         snakes; garter snakes, rat snakes,
                         various watersnakes.

                                   BETH
                         Any of them poisonous?

                                   KAREN
                         Just one, the massasauga rattler.

               This bit of news puts them all on notice.

                                   KAREN (CONT'D)
                         But they are very rare and very
                         shy, so don't be alarmed.

               They all walk a little further to a clearing.

                                   CRAIG
                         Let's take a break and have some
                         water.

               Everyone appreciates the break and sits to drink. The kids
               all continue to explore the woods. 

                                   JOHNNY
                         I'll be glad when this weekend is
                         over. Too much work for me.

                                   BETH
                         We are leaving here to go do some
                         camping.

                                   LANI
                         I'm not use to this. We don't do
                         this type of thing for vacation. I
                         prefer hotel pools and room
                         service, but this is fun.

               Just then, Omar and Tommie come out of the woods holding a
               snake.

                                   OMAR
                         Look what we caught!!

               They walk over to the group holding the small snake. 

                                   BETH
                         What kind is it?

               The snake makes a small rattle. 

                                   GABBY
                         Drop it, it's a rattle-one!!!

               The boys immediately throw the snake toward the woods, where
               Mieka is walking to the group. She reacts to the object being
               thrown at her and reaches out to block the flying snake. The
               snake hits her hand and falls to the ground. She looks down
               and reaches for it. The adults see her.

                                   ALL
                         DON'T!!

               Too late, the frightened snake bites her finger.

               INT HOSPITAL - DAY

               The entire group is in the hospital waiting room except for
               Hwan, Lani and Meika. Hwan comes out of the emergency room.
               Everyone looks at him.

                                   HWAN
                         She's going to be fine. She doesn't
                         even have to stay the night.

                                   GABBY
                         Thank god.

               She crosses herself.

                                   HWAN
                         You all go back to the cabins; we
                         can take a cab back when she's
                         released.

                                   JACKI
                         We can stay.

                                   GABBY
                         It's no problem.

               Lani and a shaken Meika walk out behind Hwan.

                                   LANI
                         She's officially released.

               A small smile from Meika.

                                   BETH
                         How are you feeling, honey?

                                   MEIKA
                         Better. Still a little scared.

                                   LANI
                         I don't think we will be going
                         camping any time soon.

               EXT CABINS - EVENING

               The bus drops all of them off at the cabins. They are all
               tired from camping and the snake-bite ordeal. They all
               separate and go back to their rooms.

               INT JOHNNYS CABIN - EVENING

               Johnny goes to the refrigerator to grab a beer, but there is
               none left.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Damn, no beer left.

                                   JACKI
                         Go ask the other guys, maybe they
                         have one.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I don't want to bother them. Maybe
                         I'll just go grab a beer or two at
                         that little bar down the road.

                                   JACKI
                         Okay, going to ask if they want to
                         join you?

                                   JOHNNY
                         I don't think so; I'd kinda like to
                         have a couple cold ones on my own.

               He grabs his keys and kisses her.

                                   JACKI
                         I understand. I love you.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I love you too.

               He walks out the door.

               INT SMALL BAR - NIGHT

               Johnny walks into the small, dark bar and sits at the bar. A
               baseball game is on the television. There are a few customers
               at the tables and a few at the bar talking to the bartender,
               GEORGE. George is a large, serious man and is talking with a
               couple of regulars. After a few moments George walks over to
               him without a greeting or a smile.

                                   JOHNNY
                             (big smile)
                         Hey, how about a Bud?

               George turns to get the beer from the cooler and returns with
               the beer.

                                   GEORGE
                         That's three dollars.

               Johnny reaches in his pocket and pulls out some money and
               lays it on the beer. George takes it and walks away.

               EXT JOHNNYS CABIN - EVENING

               Jon and Juan come to Johnny's cabin door and knock. Jacki
               comes to the door.

                                   JACKI
                         Hey guys, what's up?

                                   JUAN
                         Johnny here?

                                   JACKI
                         No, he decided to go out and get a
                         beer.

                                   JON
                         Where did he go?

                                   JACKI
                         That little bar down toward town.
                         Is it important?

                                   JUAN
                         No, just wanted to see if he wanted
                         to have a drink.

                                   JACKI
                         Go have one with him there; I'm
                         sure he'd appreciate it.

                                   JON
                         Okay, thanks.

               Jon and Juan walk away.

                                   JON (CONT'D)
                         We going?

                                   JUAN
                         Sure. Why not? It's the last night
                         here. Let's see if Hwan wants to go
                         too.

               INT SMALL BAR - NIGHT

               Johnny is playing pool with one of the locals. The jukebox
               plays 70's rock songs. There seems to be a bit of interest in
               the game from the other patrons. He runs threefourfive
               balls.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Eight ball in the side.

               A nice bank shot and Johnny wins the game. Townie 1 isn't
               happy.

                                   TOWNIE #1
                         Lucky shot.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Oh yea? You want to play again? For
                         twenty?

               Johnny laughs which makes the townie even angrier. The townie
               puts quarters in the table and begins racking. He looks up at
               Johnny and snarls.

                                   TOWNIE #1
                         Make it fifty.

               INT SMALL BAR - LATER

               Johnny is watching the townie shoot. He's not bad, but misses
               a long shot. Johnny only has three balls left. Johnny surveys
               the table and leans over to take his shot. Just when he's
               ready to shoot, another local "accidentally" bumps him.
               Johnny looks up at him.

                                   JOHNNY
                         You about done dancing?

                                   TOWNIE #2
                         Just going to the bathroom, man.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Sure you are.

               Johnny leans over again and takes his shot. He makes it. Then
               the next and the next. Only the eight ball remains. He smiles
               to himself. A song starts on the radio, The Boys are Back in
               Town, by Thin Lizzy. The townies start rocking to the tune.

                                   TOWNIE 3
                             (to his friends)
                         Now this is some good music. Not
                         like that rap shit.

               Johnny smiles.

                                   JOHNNY
                         You boys don't like songs by the
                         brothers?

                                   TOWNIE #2
                         Not particularly.

                                   JOHNNY
                         What about Prince? Mariah Carey?

                                   TOWNIE #2
                         Nope. Nope. Don't like black music.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Come on, Prince has a white mother.
                         Doesn't that count?

                                   TOWNIE 2
                         Nope, don't matter.

                                   JOHNNY
                         You like this though?

                                   TOWNIE #2
                         Yea, great song.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Did you know that the lead singer
                         of this band, Thin Lizzy, was a
                         brother?

               This is all news to them and they don't like Johnny or what
               he's saying.

                                   TOWNIE #1
                         Bullshit.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Look it up. Phil Lynott, the lead
                         singer had a Brazilian father.

               Johnny lines up the eight ball and makes the shot.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         And you owe me fifty dollars which
                         I will collect after I use the
                         bathroom.

               Johnny walks over to the bathroom.

               EXT SMALL BAR - SAME TIME

               Jon, Juan and Hwan are approaching the bar in Jon's truck.

               INT SMALL BAR - LATER

               Johnny is returning from the bathroom. The townies are all
               sitting together at a table. Johnny walks up to the table.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Hey man, I'm really thirsty and I
                         need that fifty to quench my
                         thirst.

                                   TOWNIE #1
                         Then go back into the bathroom and
                         drink some toilet water.

               The townies laugh. Johnny smiles at them.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I figured this would happen.
                         Welfare check didn't come yet?

               The table goes quiet. Johnny walks over to the jukebox and
               starts a song. Thin Lizzy. He smiles at the table of townies
               and goes to the bar. George the bartender comes over to him.

                                   GEORGE
                         Bar's closed.

               Johnny looks at his watch.

                                   JOHNNY
                         What are you talking about? It's
                         only eleven o'clock.

               The townies are now gathered menacingly around Johnny. Townie
               #1 gets in Johnny's face.

                                   TOWNIE #1
                         It's closed for you.

               Johnny waves his hand in front of his nose.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Brother, you got some serious
                         halitosis.

               Johnny starts to get up and is shoved in his seat. Johnny
               pushes back and the fight is on. The four townies are
               punching Johnny, who is valiantly fighting back.

               ON THE DOOR

               Jon, Juan and Hwan come through the door and see Johnny being
               beaten up by the townies.

               They rush to his aid and start pulling the men off and
               fighting with them. They start kicking some townie ass. Jon
               and Juan are taking care of their guys, Johnny is beating up
               Townie #1 and Hwan is throwing some nasty kicks. Suddenly the
               unmistakable sound of a shotgun being racked is heard.
               Everyone stops to look for the sound.

               ON GEORGE

               George is standing there holding a double-barrel shotgun.

                                   GEORGE
                         That's it boys.

               EXT CABINS - NIGHT

               The boys come back bloodied, but happy. They walk through the
               parking lot.

                                   JON
                         Hwan, where did you learn that?

                                   JOHNNY
                         That was some serious ass-kicking
                         shit.

                                   HWAN
                         Being part Asian, it's pretty much
                         expected that I knew some sort of
                         martial art. Damn Karate Kid
                         movies.

                                   JUAN
                         Beers on the beach?

                                   ALL
                         Sounds good. Yeah...

               EXT BEACH - NIGHT

               They are sitting there drinking beers. 

                                   JON
                         Did you guys ever meet him?

                                   JOHNNY
                         I remember some guy there, took me
                         for ice cream.

                                   JUAN
                         I don't remember, but I remember
                         some vague feeling I was being
                         watched sometimes.

                                   HWAN
                         Me too.

                                   JON
                         Angry?

                                   JUAN
                         No, disappointed, but not angry.

                                   HWAN
                         Same here.

                                   JOHNNY
                         I did miss someone, just didn't
                         know who to miss.

               Johnny stands and strips off his shirt.

                                   JOHNNY (CONT'D)
                         I need a swim.

               He starts off toward the water. The others follow his lead.
               Their torn and bloody shirts are tossed into the beach. 

               EXT BEACH - LATER

               The boys come out of the water and walk to the cabins. Elise
               gets the shirts from the beach and puts them in separate
               plastic bags.

               GOLF COURSE - MORNING

               Montage - the guys golfing, goofing around, drinking beers
               and having fun. They are all wearing their Wertz shirts.

               - Hwan sinking a putt and doing a karate move

               - Juan buying beers from the cart girl

               - Johnny helping Jon with his putting

               - Hi-fives for a good shot.

               BEACH - NIGHT

               The families are gathered on the beach. Craig comes down with
               a sealed envelope. The envelope.

                                   CRAIG
                         Did everyone have fun?

               Pan around to all the smiling faces. They are not sitting as
               individual families, but as one family. 

                                   CRAIG (CONT'D)
                         I guess I better do this.

               Craig opens the envelope. He reads it to himself.

                                   JON
                         Read it out loud.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Yeah, c'mon Craig.

               Craig hesitates.

                                   CRAIG
                         I'm sorry, there was a mistake. You
                         are not related by blood.

               The camera pans all the faces.

                                   JUAN
                         You mean we aren't brothers?

                                   CRAIG
                         I'm afraid not.

                                   JOHNNY
                         That's what I figured, some crazy
                         old guy.

                                   HWAN
                         It was pretty easy to see, I guess.

                                   JON
                         Just a guy who was lonely, I guess.

               Complete silence. The guys start getting up. 

                                   CRAIG
                         Wait, I have something for each of
                         you. 

               Craig walks over to each of them and gives them an envelope.
               They take the envelopes and slowly walk toward their cabins.

               EXT CABINS - MORNING

               They are all packing their vehicles. Juan walks over to Hwan.

                                   JUAN
                         Hey Hwan, if business takes you to
                         L.A., Come look me up. I'll cook
                         you a great meal.

               Hwan looks up at him.

                                   HWAN
                         That would be great. Really great.

               Johnny comes over and passes out business cards.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Except for getting sea sick, the
                         snake and getting beat in
                         basketball, this was a pretty fun
                         time.

                                   HWAN
                         And putt-putt.

                                   JUAN
                         We were trying to forget about
                         that.

               They all laugh. Jon comes over to join them.

                                   JON
                         You guys ever get to Oklahoma?

               More laughs.

               EXT CABINS - MORNING

               Craig and Elise are loading the gear into his car. He picks
               up the bags with the bloody shirts.

                                   CRAIG
                         What are these?

                                   ELISE
                         A hunch.

               A puzzled Craig looks at her.

               EXT JOHNNYS HOUSE - DRIVEWAY

               Johnny and Tommie are playing basketball. Tommie shoots the
               ball underhand like Hwan. Johnny smiles, remembering Hwan.

               INT WALMART - DAY

               Juan is walking in the toy department with his boys. He walks
               by a Monopoly game. He picks it up and smiles. He sets it
               down and walks away. Then back to pick it up.

               INT HWANS BROWNSTONE - DAY

               Hwan is watching the movie The Perfect Storm. The boat is
               fighting the huge waves. Hwan smiles at the memory of the
               fishing trip.

               INT JONS HOUSE - DAY

               Back at Jon's house, he goes about his daily routine and
               hears "The Boys are Back in Town" and smile remembering his
               "brothers" when their song comes on.

                                   RADIO
                         Guess who just got back today?
                         Those wild-eyed boys that had been
                         away, Haven't changed, haven't much
                         to say, But man, I still think
                         those cats are great

               INT JUANS HOUSE - DAY

               Back at Juan's house, he hears "the boys are back in town"
               and smiles.

                                   RADIO
                         They were asking if you were around
                         How you was, where you could be
                         found, I told them you were living
                         downtown, Driving all the old men
                         crazy

               INT HWANS HOUSE - DAY

               A smiling Hwan's hearing it.

                                   RADIO
                         You know the chick that used to
                         dance a lot, Every night she'd be
                         on the floor shaking what she'd got
                         Man when I tell you she was cool,
                         she was red hot, I mean she was
                         steaming

               INT JOHNNYS HOUSE - DAY

               A smiling Johnny's hearing it.

                                   RADIO
                         That night over at Johnny's place
                         Well this chick got up and she
                         slapped Johnny's face
                         Man we just fell about the place
                         If that chick don't want to know,
                         forget her

               JONS HOUSE - DAY

               Back at Jon's house, the radio continues.

                                   RADIO
                         Friday night they'll be dressed to
                         kill, Down at Dino's bar and grill

               JUANS HOUSE - DAY

               Back at Juan's house, the radio continues.

                                   RADIO
                         The drink will flow and blood will
                         spill, If the boys want to fight,
                         you'd better let them

               HWANS HOUSE - DAY

               Back at Hwan's house, the radio continues.

                                   RADIO
                         That jukebox in the corner blasting
                         out my favorite song, The nights
                         are getting warmer, it won't be
                         long

               JOHNNYS HOUSE - DAY

               Back at Johnny's house, the radio continues.

                                   RADIO
                         It won't be long till summer comes
                         Now that the boys are here again,
                         The boys are back in town

               The song fades out.

               INT LAW FIRM - DAY

               Elise gets the call a phone call.

                                   ELISE
                         This is Elise.

               She listens. She smiles.

                                   ELISE (CONT'D)
                         Thank you.

               She sets the phone down.

               INT CRAIG'S OFFICE - DAY

               Craig is in his office. Elise buzzes in.

                                   ELISE (O.S.)
                         Craig, got a minute?

                                   CRAIG
                         Sure.

               EXT PEBBLE BEACH GOLF COURSE - MORNING

               Hwan, Juan, Johnny and Jon are standing on the first tee
               waiting. 

                                   JON
                         Nice place to meet just to sign
                         paperwork.

                                   JUAN
                         That's what this is about?

                                   HWAN
                         Probably to finalize the estate.
                         Closure.

                                   JOHNNY
                         But we weren't his sons.

                                   HWAN
                         Doesn't matter, we were named in
                         the will.

                                   JON
                         There he is.

               Craig finally comes riding up to them in a golf cart.

                                   CRAIG
                         Sorry I'm late. Traffic.

                                   HWAN
                         Likely excuse. That little cutie
                         keeping you busy?

               The guys laugh.

                                   CRAIG
                         Elise and for the most part yes,
                         but this is about you.

                                   JOHNNY
                         About us what? Some paperwork you
                         couldn't send?

                                   CRAIG
                         There was a mistake made.

                                   JUAN
                         About the inheritance?

                                   CRAIG
                         No, about the tests. 

                                   JON
                         What tests?

                                   CRAIG
                         D.N.A. tests. We took some beer
                         bottles, but the tests were flawed,
                         so we took your bloody shirts.

                                   HWAN
                         And?

                                   CRAIG
                         And you are brothers.

               Disbelief.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Are you sure?

                                   CRAIG
                         Absolutely. We had the most
                         comprehensive tests in the world
                         done. You men share a father.

                                   JON
                         So we are brothers?

                                   CRAIG
                         Technically you are half-brothers.

               The camera pans to all the smiling faces. Years of
               uncertainly are now clear. They are all changed men now. They
               are family. They are all holding back tears.

                                   JOHNNY
                         Well let's play some golf. 
                             (pause)
                         My brothers.

               They all smile at him, some tears flowing.

               FADE OUT

               

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A kids show plays on the large television, but nobody pays attention. A large man in his late 50s, mob captain BERTALDO GIACABONI, also known as BERT or BERTY, is eating breakfast and reading the newspaper. He sits alone, but within earshot of his crew/bodyguards, LITTLE NICKY, BENNY JET, SALLY TONGUE and BIG HAL who share a table and have coffee. His niece, CARLA GIACABONI, comes over and sits with him. Carla is 28 and possibly a little overweight. Its hard to tell though because of her frumpy clothing. Shes dressed like she was late for work. She isnt unattractive; she just doesnt care about her appearance. Bert Hey Carla, hows it going? Bert shovels another forkful of eggs in his mouth. CARLA Do you really want to know or are you just being polite? Bert rolls his eyes. Hes seen this poor me routine more than once. BeRT Polite. CARLA Since you ask, its fucked. I hate my life. Bert Nice mouth. No wonder you cant get a boyfriend. CARLA Whod want me anyway? Im fat, ugly and have a lousy job. Bert Im glad you appreciate me giving you this job. CARLA Uncle Bert I do appreciate it, Im just not cut out for this shit. Im an action person. I could do more than work here. I could help you out, you know? Bert You are helping. Running this place is important to me. To all of us. The guys all nod and agree with Bert. But then again, they are paid to agree with him. CARLA I dont want to do this. Its boring. I really want to work for you, you know. Bert (eating, not looking up) Whatta ya talkin about? Carla You know what I mean. I want to do what they do. She points to his crew. Bert (laughing) You wanna be in with them? Why do you bring this up again? What are you thinking? Maybe you like girls? Maybe you shoulda been a boy? His crew laughs. She glares at them. CaRLA No, I just want to be a part, Im as smart as any of those guys. I can do anything those guys do. Hal Can you use a urinal? The guys all laugh loudly. Bert Look at those guys. Theyre big, mean, aint scared of nothin. Except maybe the D.A. and RICO laws. The guys all nod and agree. Some flex their muscles. CARLA My dad wouldnt have me doin this shit, running this place. Id be doing more important things. Bert Your dad, my only brother, may he rest in peace, was a great man, but there is no way he would let you do anything either. Hed want you to get married, settle down, have some kids. Carla rolls her eyes at this. CARLA Yeah, some life, sitting on my ass, raising a couple kids, cleaning, cooking, watching shit T.V, getting fatter. I want a life. I want to do something exciting. 00020000073000000B1472A,Bert Do you think what we do, what they do is fun? This isnt fun, its hard work. Brutal work sometimes. CARLA I know what it is. Ive seen it every day of my life. I grew up seeing it. I know what you guys do. Bert isnt really listening. CARLA (cONTD) I know how, when, where, why. I listen. I hear what you talk about in here. Im not stupid. You could be a little more progressive, have some women doing something. Its only right. Shes trying anything she can to change his mind. Bert This isnt a government regulated business. I dont have to hire women because the law says so. By not doing so, however, we do leave ourselves open to lawsuits. Bert and the guys laugh. CARLA Maybe I should report you to the Equal Rights whatever. Bert (joking) Trying to blackmail me? CARLA Of course not, if I was trying to blackmail you, Id threaten to tell Aunt Sophie about that woman you got, or the money you got stashed. Bert isnt happy with her bringing those up. Bert (pissed off) Knock that shit off, and dont say anything like that again. Ever. You hear me? The guys get very quiet. CARLA I hear you. But youre not telling me anything. Carla gets up and walks back to the kitchen. INT. Jack Hamlin'S APARTMENT - Living room - morning The living room is very sparse. An older, but clean couch, a chair, table. There are piles of boxes, cases of soda, cartons of cigarettes neatly stacked around the apartment. A state-of-the-art computer system, scanner and printers sit on a computer desk. The television is on and the same kids show is playing. Billy and Barry a man(boy) and his penguin. We see them finishing up a song. JACK HAMLIN, 30, is a tall, handsome man of medium build. He sits at the computer talking on the phone. Jack Please let me talk to Grace. A copy of a California drivers license is on the screen. 000200000C9B0000123EC95,Jack I know you understand English, please put her on the phone. He listens to rapid Spanish on the phone. Using a computer graphics program, he changes the name on the license. JACK (CONTD) Slower, slower, dammit!! He switches to his lousy Spanish. JACK (CONTD) (in Spanish) Por favor, djeme hablar a mi hija. (Please, let me speak to my daughter.) Jack prints out the fake license. Jack (CONTD) (in Spanish) Le estoy enviando el dinero. Todos lo que tengo. (I am sending you money. All I have.) Jack inspects the fake license. It looks very good, very real. Jack (CONTD) (in Spanish) Un par hace semanas, Le envi casi cuatro cientos dlares. (A couple weeks ago, I sent you almost four hundred dollars.) (he listens) Pozo entonces, su correos debe ser tan corrupto como su departamento del polica. (Well then, your post office must be as corrupt as your police department.) The phone goes dead. He looks at it, wanting to throw it out the window. He redials. Busy. The television continues to play the kids show. Int. Topless bar (The Bodyshop) - mORNING MELISSA ALDRICH, 28, a beautiful dancer at the club, walks into the dark bar. She is wearing a jacket, her arms crossed over her chest. She walks past the bar and into the managers office. The office is sparse, a desk, computer, large gun safe and cases of liquor and a door leading to the rear ally. MARTY, the bar manager, is sitting there counting cash. He looks up. Marty Hey MELISSA Hey MaRTY What are you doing here now? You work tonight. MeLISSA Thats what I wanted to talk to you about; I dont think I can work. MaRTY What the fuck are you talking about? You sick? MeLISSA I have a little problem.... Shes embarrassed. MaRTY So slide a tampon in and cut off the string. MeLISSA Youre sick, and thats not the problem Im talking about. MaRTY Pregnant? MeLISSA No, thank God. Im physically able to dance....its just that...shit.. (beat) One of my boobs is gone. MaRTY What the fuck do you mean its gone? Did it fall off? Lose it on your way home last night? MARTY looks at her then starts laughing. MaRTY (cONTD) Thats the funniest goddamn thing, Ive ever heard. Maybe we should put a sign. Lost - one C cup, owner anxious... MARTY laughs more. MeLISSA Thats real fucking funny. I dont know how it happened. I just woke up and it was just gone. MaRTY No shit? Lets see it. MeLISSA No, its gross. MaRTY Lets see it. Maybe you can work anyway. You know how some guys like freaks. MeLISSA Im not going on stage to be a freak show, fuck that. MaRTY Cmon, lets see it. MeLISSA No, it looks like a ugly, saggy deflated balloon. MaRTY When can you get it fixed? MeLISSA I dont know... MaRTY Cmon, I want to see. MeLISSA Why? MaRTY I dont know, like a car wreck, you want to see it, but you dont want to, ya know... MeLISSA So my deflated boob is like a car wreck? MaRTY Did it actually just explode like a water balloon? MeLISSA I dont know, it happened during the night. MaRTY Did it leave a wet spot? MeLISSA No, it just stayed in my body MaRTY Arent you afraid of all that shit in there? MeLISSA No, its just saline. MaRTY That shit wont hurt you? MeLISSA No, of course not, our bodies are mostly saline anyway. MaRTY 000200000CA300001ED3C9D,Damn, I thought we were mostly saltwater.. She looks at him like the idiot he is. MeLISSA Whatever. Can I borrow three grand to get this thing fixed? MaRTY No, Bert said no more loans. Too many girls getting their boobs done and leaving. He dont like paying for other bars dancers. MeLISSA Well, what am I going to do? I dont have the money? Without good boobs, I cant dance. MaRTY Dont they warranty those things? MeLISSA Theyre not like a car, they dont come with warranties. MaRTY They should. If they can be written off on your taxes, they should have some sort of warranty. MeLISSA Ill mention that to my doctor, Im sure hell agree and do it for free. MaRTY Worth a try. What else are you going to do? Walk around with a deformed boob? You know, I knew a girl with four boobs. I swear to God. Kinda like a dog. I didnt find out until wed been going out for a while. Shed wear a shirt or something to bed all the time. Melissa is stunned. MeLISSA Youre shittin me. Where they four across or two and two? MaRTY Two and two, like a dog. The bottom two were really small, just nipples really. The top ones werent much bigger. I just figured she was ashamed of her small ones. Had no idea she was a four-titted freak. MeLISSA Youre a shithead. She was not a freak. I feel sorry for her. MaRTY Dont be, she married to a successful plastic surgeon. Heard she went in to get the spare pair- He laughs at his rhyme. MaRTY (cONTD) Spare pair, get it? MeLISSA Yes, got it the first time. Marty Anyway, she goes in for the consultation and he sees her and her four boobs and falls in love. Instead of getting the second pair removed, he marries her and talks her into getting implants in all four. MeLISSA If she was ashamed about them, why did she get them enlarged? MaRTY She finally got someone who appreciated them for what they were, for what she was. Slightly imperfect. There is a knock on the back door of the bar. Marty looks out the peep hole and opens the door. Two large men stand holding a gym bag. MaRTY Good morning gentlemen. Thug 1 Just move. Marty moves away from the door as the large men enter. Thug 2 goes directly to the large safe with a digital dial. Thug 1 Both of you leave the room. Marty and Melissa leave as told and wait in the hallway. MeLISSA Friendly guys. MaRTY Usually they just grunt and point. MeLISSA Whats in the safe? MaRTY I dont know. I dont ask questions, I just manage the place. All I know is that somebody drops off, they change the combination, somebody different picks up and they change the combination. MeLISSA Got to be drugs or money. MaRTY I dont know. Its better that way. Int. television studio A kids show is taping. The same kids show we saw on the televisions in earlier scenes. A man, BILLY BARLOW, thin, very young and pleasant, dances and sings in front of a blue screen. We close in on him until he ends the song. Director Cut. That was good, Billy. We are done. Billy looks relieved, satisfied. A short pretty woman walks up to Billy, its his assistant LISA. They are walking to his dressing room. Lisa You have a 3:00 p.m. audition over at Universal. The new Bruce Willis film. BILLY Yep, I reread the part last night. I think I have it down. 0002000006CB00002B706C5,Lisa I know youll be great. BILLY Id be great in the role, but I wont get it. Im typecast. Did Gilligan ever get anything after leaving his island? Did the Skipper ever get another boat? They enter the dressing room. BILLY You know what I mean. Unless I have a massively disfiguring accident, Ill always be a penguins buddy. LISA At least youre working. Thousands of actors would kill for your job. BILLY Yea right, locked into a seven year contract, without merchandising rights. There are millions of little mes all over the place and I dont get a cent. LISA I know its frustrating. BILLY I work with a cartoon fucking penguin. All theyre going to offer me some fish. LISA Any luck with your movie yet? BiLLY Lots of interest. Nobody wants me to star though. They want a name. LiSA Thats terrible. You should make it yourself. BiLLY Sure, all I need is a few hundred thousand. LISA Im sure you can get the money. BILLY No, nobody will put up the money for me to star. Im below Tom Green as far as Hollywood is concerned. But I am very popular with the three to six year old demographics. Int. social club - aFTERNOON Bert drinking a cappuccino and smoking a big, fat cigar. The only one of his crew around is BIG HAL who sits with Bert and drinks coffee. Bert You wanna go do that thing tonight over at the Body Shop? Big hal Sure, Bert. Who you gonna get to come with me? Bert Where is everyone? Big HAL Lil Nickys in Vegas. Benny and BTs are driving to San Diego for a pickup. Bert What about Frankie? Big HAL Nobodys seen him today. Bert Shit. BIG HAL I can do it alone Bert. Bert I know, Hally, but the guys upstairs got rules. Someones got to go with you. Carla overhears and comes over to their table. 0002000006820000323567C,CARLA Ill go, Uncle Bert. Bert actually looks like hes thinking about it. BIG HAL No fuckin way. I aint workin with a girl. CARLA Ill just keep my mouth shut and do what Hal says. Big HAL (to Bert) I dont mean to disrespect to your family, I just dont wanna work with no girl. CARLA What are you afraid of? Afraid Ill do a good job? That youll have to actually have to admit that a woman does something good other than cook, clean or fuck? Bert Quiet. Carlas mad. Big Hals mad. Berts thinking. Bert O.K. Hal take her. Big HAL You gotta be kidding me? No way. I cant do it. I wont feel safe. Bert Just do it. Its an easy pickup and delivery. Take you ten minutes, tops. Hals not budging. Big HAL Aint that easy. I like to go in for a while, have a few drinks, make sure nobody followed me. Bert Take her. Do what you usually do. And you.. (talking to Carla) Listen to Hal, pay attention and keep your mouth shut. If I hear that you been talking back or disrespectful, that's the last time you do anything. Carla smiles smugly. Shes finally won. CARLA When do I get a piece, you know, for back-up? Bert laughs. Bert You are there to watch Hal. Thats all. Youre not carrying a gun. CARLA But what if something happens? Ill need to be able to protect myself. Big HAL Im not going near her if she has a gun. Bert You arent going to need anything. We are going in, picking up a package and leaving another package. Thats all. Now I gave you a job, are you going to argue with me again? Carla pouts. CARLA No. Bert Fine. What time do you want her to meet you? Big HAL About ten. Ill pick her up at the corner up the street, by the 7-11. 000200000B5E000038B1B58,Bert (To Carla) That OK with you? CARLA Yep. Fine. Bert We set Hal. Hals not happy at all, but Bert is the boss. Big HAL All set boss. Bert Good. Int. Casting office - aFTERNOON Billy is auditioning for the new Bruce Willis film in a casting directors office. He is reading with a QUAN, Karls assistant. He is up for the part of young Dr. Zagort, a computer genius criminal mastermind. Zagort (Billy) All I had to do was patch in to the NSA with a QAZ Trojan, to the company's network and then opening a back door through the infected computer. The rest was simple. Quan What makes you think you can get away with this? ZAGORT Get away? I got away. The digital domain is mine. QUAN Youll never get away, John will find you and send you to cyberspace forever. ZAGORT Hes history now. With his new credit history, he wont be able to join Ballys Health Club. QUAN Youre fiendish Dr. Zagort. They stop auditioning and look to the casting agent, Karl, for direction. Karl Thats fine. Thank you Billy. Billy gets up and walks out, confident he didnt get the part. Int JACK HAMLINS APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM Jack is writing on the computer, learning Spanish by tape, listening to a word then repeating it. He is working on a false drivers license on the computer, altering the name and address. Tape Large ...... Grande JaCK Large ...... Grande TaPE Small ...... pequeo JACK Small ...... pequeo His cell phone rings. JACK Hello? .... Yea.. Saheem.. I got 12 cartons of Marlboro Lights, 10 cartons of Marlboro Reds, and 15 cartons of Kool Mild. Give all of them too you for- Jack does some mathematical gymnastics. JACK Five-hundred bucks. Thats about $13.50 a carton. Triple your money in a few days. They even have the state stamps. Jack listens. Jack (cONTD) No, I cant take beer in trade. What am I going to do with $500 in beer? Jack listens. Jack (cONTD) Drink it, yes, very funny, Saheem. Youre sense of humor is coming along nicely. Tell you what, Ill give them to you for four-fifty and five cases of Bud. Jack listens. Jack (cONTD) No, Saheem, its bullshit. The phrase is bullshit, not cowshit. Jack listens. Jack (cONTD) Yes, there is a difference. Do we have a deal? Jack listens. Jack (cONTD) O.K., Ill be there in a hour. He prints off the license and inspects. Very good indeed. Int. The bodyshop - night The topless bar is very dark, with a single stage in the middle and two more on the side. The crowd is sparse, mainly older men, but a few loud younger men. Billy walks into the bar and is immediately asked to show his I.D. to the doorman/bouncer. Billy is wearing dark glasses and trying to look inconspicuous. MELISSA, the dancer-turned-waitress, is sitting at the bar. A bleach blonde bartender greets Billy as he sits. Bartender What can I get you? Billy (to the bartender) Hi, Grey Goose on the rocks BaRTENDER We have Absolute and Stoli. BILLY Belvedere? 0002000008E9000044098E3,BaRTENDER Absolute or Stoli. Not a question. A bored statement. BILLY Stoli. The bartender turns to pour his drink. Billy turns and looks at the stage. An attractive blonde spins on a pole. The bartender sets his drink down. BaRTENDER Thats $12.50. BiLLY Can I start a tab? BaRTENDER I have to get a credit card before I can start one. BILLY Forget it. Here. He hands her a twenty. The woman, Melissa, at the bar speaks. MeLISSA There are nicer places with Grey Goose. BILLY I dont like the nicer places. Too many people. MeLISSA Prefer the dark anonymity of the lower-class establishments? Where youre less likely to be noticed? BILLY Yes, something like that. MeLISSA I doubt any of these guys would know who you are anyway. How many guys hang out at strip places know what their kids watch? How many of them even know their kids names? BILLY You dont have a very high opinion of youre clientele. Doesnt your cynicism hurt tips? MeLISSA (breaking into a southern sweetie pie voice) Why no honey! They just love me.... Shes pretty convincing. Melissa (cONTD) (in her normal speaking voice) I dont let them know how I really feel. Sometimes Ill let them think Im a bi-sexual woman who might invite them to come to bed with my girlfriend and me. BiLLY You dont mean it? MeLISSA No. BiLLY You mean the girls dont really mean it when they say nice things to me? MeLISSA Im sure they do. For that second. Then.. poof... the seconds gone, youre all forgotten. Im sorry did I wreck the illusion for you? BILLY Now I know how the little kids feel when they see me without my cartoon penguin. MeLISSA Barry, right? BiLLY Him or me? MeLISSA Him. Youre Billy. BiLLY You must have kids. MeLISSA No, I babysit for my girlfriends kid sometimes. Shes a huge fan. Shirts. Posters. Videos. BILLY Yes, Im really big with the pre-schoolers. MeLISSA Sounds like you arent enjoying your fame and fortune. BILLY I really do, I love teaching and making the kids happy, but shit, I have to have a life, you know? MeLISSA Well, look at me. No matter what I do, Im still a stripper. Every time I see a guy in a store, I have to wonder if hes smiling at me to pick me up or is he smiling at me because hes seen my tits? Its hard to get dates or have a steady boyfriend. 000200000A1E00004CECA18,BILLY I know what you mean. If I go out with a woman, it has to be one without kids, because I freak kids out. I went out with one woman who had a four-year-old. All she could do was ask where Barry was. Then she walked in while I was on top of her mom, pumping away. I looked up and she was trying to scream, but nothing was coming out. MeLISSA Oh shit.. BiLLY I hear the therapy is going well though. Melissa laughs. BILLY I must be keeping you from working. MeLISSA No, youre not. I came in to serve drinks, but were slow. I dont want to take the real servers money. I am, I was a dancer. BILLY Why arent you dancing tonight? MeLISSA Minor catastrophe. One of my breasts leaked. Im a little lopsided. BILLY They look fine. MELISSA Well one is a small water balloon. It was the only thing I could find that seemed natural. BILLY Very resourceful. When are you getting it fixed? MeLISSA As soon as I come up with thirty-five hundred bucks. BILLY Those dont come with warranties? MeLISSA No. Great timing, huh? I just paid my tuition for this semester. BILLY Where do you go? MeLISSA USC Law school. BiLLY No shit? Is that some stripper bullshit? You going to school, I feel sorry for you, offer to pay for your books, but it really goes to your meth-addicted boyfriend? Melissa laughs. MeLISSA My god, youre the cynical one. I really am going to law school. Carrying a 3.4 too. BILLY Thats great. MeLISSA Thats why I do this. Support myself, and go to school. Sometimes I feel like Ill never finish. BiLLY Must be hard to do this and school. MeLISSA Not bad, I just have to be disciplined. BILLY What do you want to go in? MelISSA I dont know, maybe entertainment law. BiLLY Movies? Be an agent? MeLISSA Something like that. I love movies. The whole process. BiLLY Like to come see the show get taped? Give you a new perspective. We are on hiatus right now. Couple weeks we will be back taping. MeLISSA Id love to. Ext - corner by the 7-11 - nIGHT Carla is waiting by the curb. An old junky car slows. The driver, an older male, rolls down the window. Driver Hey baby, you working? CARLA Hey asshole, you couldnt afford me if I was. You get this car free with ten gallons of gas? DRIVER Fuck you, bitch. CARLA Bye honey, say hi to the wife and kids for me. The car speeds off in a puff of blue smoke, followed closely by a blue minivan. The van stops in front of her. Hal is inside. He unlocks the doors, but doesnt motion or talk. Carla gets in the van, walking with some discomfort. Big HAL Making new friends? CARLA The minivan is nice, where are the kids? 0002000006400000570463A,Big HAL Fuck you. My Tahoe is in getting fixed. This is a loaner. CARLA Its you. I highly suggest you trade your Tahoe for one. Lots of room. Big HAL Youre trying to be funny. Dont. Dont say anything. Just watch and listen. CARLA I know you dont want me here. Big HAL No shit. CARLA I dont know whats bothering you about this. Big HAL Whats bothering me is that youre a girl. Call me old-fashioned, but I dont think females ought to be doing this. CARLA Let me guess, women should be at home, serving food, or dancing for your enjoyment. Big HAL I just think there are some professions that women shouldnt be in. CARLA Like? BIG HAL Soldiers. Truck drivers. Construction workers. CARLA Soldier Ill give you, but a truck driver? What, a woman cant turn a steering wheel and look out some mirrors? Does the shifter thing weigh 40 or 50 pounds? Big HAL Just forget it. Im through talking. We are going to go and deliver the package and pick up the other one. You are going to stay in the car and watch. CARLA No, Im going in. I know how its done. Im staying by you every second. Big HAL You gonna sit and look at all the pretty girls with me? Maybe have a couple beers? CARLA What? You think thats gonna bother me? Think again. Im stuck to you like glue, Lou. Big HAL Great. Fuckin great. They drive along in silence until they reach The Bodyshop. Hal pulls into a spot near the rear. He turns off the car and looks at Carla. Big HAL Now, I told you I dont want you to come in, but you have to anyway. We are going in and having a couple drinks. Think you can handle that? 000200000B0F00005D3EB09,CARLA Yeah, yeah, sure. Big HAL Im serious, no fucking up. Your uncle will knock us both down if this gets fucked up. Just sit there, have your drink, and dont be obvious. CarLA Ill be a woman in a strip place fully clothed. Im going to be a little obvious. Hal grabs a briefcase from the back seat. They exit the car and walk into the bar. Carla is still walking uncomfortably. Int. The bodyshop - night Carla and Big Hal walk in. The doorman/bouncer, Gordie, greets them. Guns & Roses plays loudly. Topless women dance on stage and for customers. gordie Hey Hal. Big HAL Hey Gordie, hows it going? gordie Good. Real good. Like me to move anyone so you can sit? Gordie pretty much ignores Carla. Big HAL No, thats O.K., well just sit anywhere. Gordie O.K. Hal, let me know if you need anything. Hal leads Carla over to an empty table. Hal sits, Carla tries to sit, but the mysterious pain prevents her from sitting. CARLA I gotta go to the ladies room. Order me a margarita. Big HAL Just get a beer, dont be difficult. CARLA Im not being difficult. I dont like beer. I like margaritas. Big HAL I dont even know if they have them here. CaRLA Its a bar of course they have them. She just turns and limps away. Int - bodyshop womans room - MOMENTS LATER Carla opens the stall door and unzips her pants. She reaches deep down the front of her pants and pulls out the source of her pain, a .32 caliber pistol. CARLA Their dicks must keep it from falling down their pants. The door to the womans room opens. Melissa walks in as Carla is coming out of the stall. They look at each other, both recognizing the other from the past. MeLISSA Carla? Carla Giacaboni? A smile comes across Carlas face. CARLA My God, Melissa. How are you? Melissa is sort of ashamed to admit her profession, but.. MeLISSA Well, Im good, going to school. What about you? Carla remembers shes in a topless bar. Shes embarrassed herself. CARLA Im good. Its been so long, high school right? Hows your brother? MeLISSA Hes good. Still around here. I cant even remember the last time I saw you. They avoid the big questions: Why are they both there? Awkward silence. CARLA Well, I let you go, you know.. Carla motions to the stall. MeLISSA Oh, yea, right. It was great seeing you. CARLA Yea, you too, Mel. Carla walks out. Int - the body shop table - MOMENTS LATER Carla arrives back at the table. Hal is drinking a beer. Carla sits. AC/DC blares loudly. CARLA What is this? I wanted a margarita? She motions to a drink on ice. Big HAL Thats what you said. Thats what I ordered. She tastes it. CARLA Thats not a margarita. A margarita is like a Slushie with alcohol. And theres no salt. This is tequila and Sprite or something. Big HAL Just shut up and drink it. CARLA Its not what I want. Big HAL We all have to make sacrifices. 00020000065A00006847654,Carla takes a drink and makes a face. She looks around. Looks at the dancers. CARLA Why do guys come here, to places like this? They know they have no chance with the dancers. Big HAL We like it because we can see women naked and not have to talk to them if we dont want to. CARLA You dont like to talk to women? Big HAL Not really. CARLA Why not? Big HAL Cause I got nothin in common with them. CARLA How do you know? You never talk to them. Have you ever ask one of the dancers why she is dancing? Big HAL No, because I know why. They like money. CARLA You dont think they have other reasons? Big HAL Like what? Because they like it? CARLA Maybe they have issues. Big HAL Yea, the issue is they like money. CARLA Maybe Ill ask one. How do I get one over here? Big HAL Hold out some money. A five should do for a lap dance. CARLA I dont want a lap dance. Big HAL Well, their time is money. You want to ask, you pay. CARLA I cant just ask them a question? Big HAL No. These girls work on tips. You want their time, you pay. Ill even pay for it, just to watch. CARLA I rather have them dance for me than have you dance for me. Big HAL Ohhhh, is that why we never see you with guys? Maybe you and I have more in common than I thought. CARLA Fuck you, Hal. But if it makes a difference, I would rather go to bed with any of these women than you. Big HAL Ill bet you would. Hal laughs at her. CARLA Not because Im a lesbian, Im not, its just that youre so fucking disgusting. Id probably get them off too, something Im sure you arent concerned with. Now its Carlas turn to laugh. Hal is getting pissed. 0002000007BC00006E9B7B6,Big HAL Fuck you, dyke. CARLA Watch that shit. Ill tell Uncle Bert you tried to fuck me. This really pisses Hal off. Veins are popping, his face turning red. Big HAL Let me tell you something. You are here because of who your uncle is. And if you fuck up, youre going to pay, just like any of us would. CARLA Dont talk to me, you fucking asshole. Int - THE BODYSHOP bar - momENTS LATER Melissa and Billy are talking. She points over to Big Hal and Carla. MeLISSA See that girl with her boyfriend? BiLLY Yea. MeLISSA Her uncle owns this place. He's a mob guy. BILLY How do you know her? MelISSA High school. We were good friends. Use to skip out, smoke, you know high school rebel girl stuff. BiLLY She looks older. MeLISSA Her dad and mom were gunned down going to dinner one night right after high school. That would age me too. BiLLY Whats she doing with the guy? MeLISSA Can you keep a secret? BiLLY Depends. If I can sell it to the National Enquirer and make some decent cash, the answer would have to be no. MeLISSA You dont make good money on that show? BILLY The money is alright, but nothing to brag about. Ill bet on good weeks you make more than me. MeLISSA I thought all you TV guys were rich. BILLY Not all. I signed a long term contract when we were starting the show. Figured the money was good. And it is; its just not fuck you money. mELISSA Where were we? BiLLY Keeping a secret. Rudely pointing. mELISSA Oh, thats right. She points again at Big Hal. mELISSA Hes a mob guy too. Going to do some sort of deal here in the office. BilLY What kind? MeLISSA Drugs I think. Some other guys dropped something off this morning. BILLY Why do they use this place? MeLISSA I already told you. They own it. Theres a big safe in back. BiLLY No shit. That would be tempting to someone who needed money. MeLISSA Theres always two dropping off and two picking up. BILLY How do you know so much? MeLISSA Im a good listener. And I hear shit from my brother. 0002000002F2000076512EC,BiLLY Is he in the mob too? MeLISSA No. Not really. I dont think. No explanation. BiLLY So your brother may or may not do some sort of thing for the mob, and youre a overly-curious stripper with a defective breast. Sounds like some sort of surreal Raymond Carver story. Int - bodyshop - momENTS LATER Big Hal finishes his beer. Belches. Big HAL Im done. Lets go. Carla is still sitting. Sipping her drink. Big HAL Cmon, lets go. CARLA Im not ready. Im finishing my drink. Big Hal is getting really pissed. He gets in her face. Big HAL Finish that fucking drink. Now. Carla sits with a smug look on her face. Big Hal is furious. He grabs her arm and lifts her from her seat. He pulls her toward the office. A patron stands in Big Hals way. 0002000007B10000793D7AB,Patron Hey, man, let go of her. Hal is stymied, does he let go of Carla or the suitcase? Neither, he head-butts the patron right on his nose. The patron falls back, hands and face covered with blood. They continue to the office. Int - bodyshop bar - MOMENTS LATER Melissa and Billy watch the scene unfold. BiLLY Nice guy. Nobody going to call the cops? Isnt she your friend? MeLISSA Are you crazy? Nobody calls the cops on them. That would be committing suicide. BiLLY Where are they going? MeLISSA Back to the office. See the briefcase. She points out the briefcase. BiLLY Anybody back there? MeLISSA No, its empty this time of night. I want to go see whats going on. BiLLY Have fun. MeLISSA Youre not coming with me? BiLLY No fucking way. Im as close as I want to be to it. Maybe closer than I want. MeLISSA Come on, chickenshit. Well pretend Im taking you to the office for a private dance. BILLY You do that here? MeLISSA I dont. Some of them do. Come on, nobodies going to get shot or anything. Int - bodyshop office - momENTS LATER Big Hal and Carla enter the office. Big Hal finally lets go of her arm. The music is still loud back there. CARLA Bastard, that hurt my arm. Big HAL Just close the door and shut up. Carla closes the door, but not all the way. Big HAL Just stand next to it. Big Hal opens the safe and removes a gym bag. Int - boDYSHOP hallway - MOMENTS LATER Melissa and Billy slowly edge toward the office door. Through a crack in the door, they witness the transfer. Int - bodyshop office - momENTS LATER A bang on the back door startles Big Hal and Carla. He pulls his gun, expecting the unexpected. He edges toward the back door. Carla reaches for her gun, pulls it out. Another loud bang on the door and -BANG- Carlas gun goes off. She looks at it, startled by the noise and recoil of the little gun. She then looks over to see where the bullet went in time to see Big Hal fall to the ground, blood flowing through his head. 00020000072D000080E8727,Int - boDYSHOP hallway - MOMENTS LATER Melissa and Billy witness the shooting and watch, unable to move or speak. Int - bodyshop office - momENTS LATER Carla is frozen with fear. She has just killed a man. A mob soldier. Her uncles best man. CARLA Oh fuck, oh fuck, oh fuck, oh fuck.. She walks over to Hal who is dead on the floor. CARLA Oh fuck, oh fuck, oh fuck, oh fuck.. Int - boDYSHOP hallway - MOMENTS LATER Melissa and Billy see Carlas meltdown. MeLISSA We have to do something. Billy starts to leave. BILLY Yeah, leave. Then call the cops. MeLISSA No, we cant do that. Shell get in trouble. BiLLY Well she killed a guy, she kind of deserves it, dont you think? MeLISSA You saw what he did to her out there. BILLY He didnt deserve to die for it. MeLISSA I know, but you saw what happened, it was an accident. BILLY Accident or not, Im not doing anything except calling the police and getting the fuck out of here. MeLISSA These people dont want the cops called. They take care of their own shit. Melissa grabs his arm and they enter the office. Carla doesnt hear or see them until Melissa gently puts her hand around the gun. Carla looks at her, eyes wide, afraid. CARLA I didnt mean... Uncle Berts going to kill me. It was a misfire. MeLISSA Im sure it will be O.K., he will understand, it was an accident. CARLA (hysterical) No, Mel, he will really kill me. He didnt like me anyway...it was a misfire. Billy Im leaving now. I have a clause- MeLISSA Where is your compassion, your humanity? BILLY They left as soon as that gun went off. Carla turns to them, pleading. CARLA Please, help me. Hes going to kill me for this. Oh fuck. They stop and wait for a second. Waiting for someone, anyone who may have heard the shot. MeLISSA (to Billy) Check and see if anyone is coming. See if they heard anything. 0002000008B50000880F8AF,Billy opens the door, peeks out. Nothing. He ventures down the dimly lit hallway. Nothing unusual. He goes back to the office. BILLY Nobody heard anything. The music is too loud. MeLISSA We have to get her out of here. BILLY What happens to him? MeLISSA I dont know, probably should leave him here. BiLLY He dead? MeLISSA Yeah, Im pretty sure that half of his brains were used for something important. biLLY Yea, but what about her? He motions to Carla, who's mumbling to herself. CARLA I have to go hide. Hell kill me. He will shoot be and cut me in little pieces. MeLISSA Carla... CARLA (softly) Misfire.... MeLISSA Do you have somewhere you can go? CARLA Hes going to kill me. BilLY Who? CARLA Uncle Bert... MelISSA We have to take her someplace. BILLY We? MelISSA Arent you going to help? BilLY No. Im going to leave. I dont do this sort of thing. When there is trouble, I leave. Im not fit for this sort of thing. MeLISSA Do you have a medical condition that advises you against stress? BiLLY No, Im just that way. You want a hero? Call Batman. CARLA Please dont leave me. MeLISSA (to Billy) You get beat up in school, didnt you? BiLLY Of course. I was in band and thespians. I used to get beat up every day. MeLISSA Stop getting beat up. BiLLY Why are we helping a woman who killed a guy? MeLISSA Because she was my friend and its the right thing to do. BILLY Doesn't mean its the smart thing to do. Ext - bodySHOP parking lot - NIGHT Billy and Carla are putting the briefcase, the gym bag, and a couple cases of liquor in Billys Lexus GS300. They get in the front seats. BiLLY Im glad we are taking all this liquor. Ill need it to sleep tonight. He struggles with another case. BILLY (cONTD) Why are we stealing it? MeLISSA To make it look like a robbery. BiLLY What will that do? MeLISSA So they dont think she did it. Theyll think some young punks did it. Billy and Carla get in his car. Melissa waits by the window. Billy starts the engine and looks over at Carla. She is looking straight ahead, almost comatose. BiLLY Can you please buckle your seat belt? Carla complies wordlessly. BILLY (CONTD) Thank you. CARLA My name is Carla. BiLLY Im Billy. Interesting to meet you. 000200000807000090BE801,CARLA It was an accident, I didnt mean to shoot him, you know. It was a misfire. BILLY I know. CaRLA (getting hysterical) Hes going to find me and kill me. I know it. Melissa walks over to the car. MelISSA Will she be alright with you for a while? BiLLY Shes not coming over to my house. MELISSA Please, just for a little while, Ill be over. Give me directions. Billy writes it on a piece of paper. BILLY If she starts freaking out, Im calling the cops. MeLISSA I appreciate this. You are a good guy. Lots of balls. Billy smiles sheepishly. BiLLY Thats the first time anybody ever said that too me. MeLISSA Dont let her leave. Shell go home and get caught. Then we are all screwed. Int - bODYSHOP Bar Melissa walks into the bar. Everything is normal. Nobody knows what happened in the office. Yet. Melissa is talking on her cell phone. MeLISSA Jack, just meet me there. I really need your help. Im getting off work now. Ill be there in about twenty minutes. She closes the phone and takes a look around. Patrons dont know. Staff is oblivious. She sees Gordie the doorman/bouncer goes to the bathroom. Time to leave. Quick. She walks to the door and out. Ext - condominium complex - LATER Melissa is driving an older Honda Accord through an upper-middle class condominium complex. Its the type of place retired middle management and two income couples with no kids live. She checks the number on the piece of paper, looking at the addresses. She stops and pulls in to a driveway next to Billys Lexus. Ext - Billys condo - MOMENTS LATER She knocks on the door. Billy answers and ushers her in. They walk into the condo. It is nicely furnished. MeLISSA She better? BiLLY Shes talking a little now. Trying to figure out what she should do. Carla is sitting on the couch, nursing coffee, still almost catatonic. MeLISSA Hi Car.. Carla looks up CARLA Hey... MeLISSA You OK? CARLA What did you do with Hal? MeLISSA Who? BILLY The guy she shot. The dead guy MelISSA Hes still dead. What were you doing there with him? He your boyfriend? 00020000060E000098BF608,CARLA No, I was there as his partner, sort of. Nobody can do the pick-ups and deliveries alone. Uncle Bert sent me with Big Hal. MeLISSA So you work for his gang now? bILLY Crew, not gang. I saw Goodfellas. MeLISSA Thank you, Mr. Corleone. CARLA Not really, I work in a club he owns. Tonight they were short, so I came with Hal. BillY He must be one of the more socially progressive mob families. MelISSA What were you picking up? CARLA I dont know. Dropping off the briefcase, picking up the bag. MeLISSA Did you see what was in them? BilLY No. MeLISSA Where are they? BILLY On the kitchen table. Melissa goes into the kitchen and returns with the briefcase and the gym bag. She sets the brief case on the table, presses the buttons and the latches spring open. She slowly raises the lid. Inside is a small leather pouch surrounded by foam. Melissa opens the leather pouch. Out falls a small handful of diamonds. MeLISSA Holy shit! BiLLY Look at those- CARLA Thats the ice they were talking about. I thought it was drugs. Melissa puts the diamonds back in the pouch. MeLISSA Any guess whats behind door number two? Melissa unzips the gym bag. Inside is a full garbage bag. Its opened to reveal a whole lot of cash. Mostly $100 bills. BiLLY Thats a shitload of cash. MeLISSA Someones going to miss this. CaRLA Uncle Bert is going to miss it. The doorbell rings. Billy looks shocked. He isnt expecting company. CARLA (paranoid) They found us already. BilLY Shit, its the cops. MeLISSA Its my brother. I talked to him. He can help us. 000200000DC200009EC7DBC,Melissa walks to the front door and comes back with Jack. MeLISSA Jack, this is Billy. And you remember Carla? Carla is a quivering mess. She looks up at Jack. CARLA Do you remember me? JaCK Yes, I do. Hello Carla. I heard you had a little problem tonight. BILLY Thats an understatement. melISSA It appears that we have some very nice diamonds and a large amount of cash that belongs to people we dont want to mess with. Oh, and one dead mob guy. JACK What did you do with the dead guy? MeLISSA Nothing, left him there. JaCK Whats with the all the booze? BILLY Im a raging alcoholic. MeLISSA I took it from the bar. Tried to make it look like a robbery. JACK Good idea. The cops dont really care about bad guys getting killed. But Bert will wonder about what happened to Carla. Melissa What do you think? JACK I dont know. Can you give the stuff back and tell him what happened? CARLA Sure, but he will have me killed. No way. MelISSA Kill his own niece? CARLA I have no doubt. JACK (to Carla) What do you want to do? She doesnt know what she wants to do. CARLA Die. Leave. Leave the city, the state, the country. Jack thinks for a moment. JaCK We should make him think youre dead. Or kidnapped. What if we make Bert think the guys who killed Hal also took her. Hold her for ransom. BILLY What good would that do? JACK He would be reasonably assured that Carla wasnt in on it. MELISSA That way she could go home after. JACK Would he pay a ransome for you? CARLA Maybe. I know he has about a half-million in cash stashed away. They all look at each other. BiLLY Whatever youre thinking of, count me out. MeLISSA Billy likes to spend all his time with cartoon penguins. JACK I thought you looked familiar. What are you doing here? BiLLY This is my house. Your sister made me an accomplice in all this shit. I didnt want to help and I dont want to be here. I saw brains sliding down a dirty bar wall tonight. CARLA What are you bitching at? I caused it. MeLISSA Its pretty cool, in a way. BILLY In the way that I could go to jail and get anally raped for ten to fifteen years? JACK As long as it looks like a robbery, theres nothing to worry about. CARLA If Im not there dead too, theyll think I did it. JACK Youll have to be dead then. That something youd want to do? CARLA (indignantly) No, I dont want to be dead. JACK I dont mean really dead. We could make him think youre dead. BilLY How? JacK I dont know, maybe take some of her blood, hair, spread it out on the beach. Make it look like she was fed to the sharks. CaRLA Thats a pretty shitty way to die. I think Ill just be kidnapped, thank you. JACK Think you can act like a victim enough that he doesnt suspect anything? CARLA I dont know. JACK You better know. If he suspects a thing, hell hurt you. Carla starts to cry. CARLA I dont wanna be tortured. MeLISSA Would he really do that? Jack shrugs. JACK Ive heard terrible things about him. Anythings possible. Lets meet back here tomorrow. MeLISSA You can stay with me, if you want. I have a pull-out couch you can sleep on. BiLLY She can stay in the extra bed here. CARLA I need my things. I have to go home. She gets up and walks toward the door. JACK They are probably watching your house. CARLA But I dont have anything. Not even a toothbrush. Jack Cmon, lets get you some things. Int - walmart - LATER Jack pushes a grocery cart through the womans undergarment section in the empty store. Carla shops for bras. CARLA Do you mind leaving while I shop for these? 00020000069F0000AC83699,JACK Ive seen bras before. CaRLA Not mine. She picks out a bra but hides the size from Jack. JACK Youre really scared of your uncle. Think he would really have you killed? She throws her things in the cart. They move off to another part of the store. CARLA Im pretty sure. Ive heard of him having people killed for minor shit. This is a big fuck up. JACK The longer it goes, the worse it will be. You still have a choice. Go back now, tell him what happened. He will be happy to get the money and diamonds back. CARLA I killed his best guy. JaCK He has to answer to somebody too. I know a little about your uncle and his people. Everyone is accountable. They move toward the magazines. CaRLA Will anything happen to him? Jack picks out a couple magazines, Handgun Shooter and Child magazine JACK No, hell probably have to cover the losses, but thats all. If his bosses know anything about the money and diamonds. They may not know anything. Int - walmart checkout - MOMENTS LATER The cashier runs their purchases through the scanner. She smiles at them. Checkout lady You two picked a nice time to shop. Nobody here. She looks at the magazines and scans them. She feels the need to comment. Checkout lady Hmmmmmm, a gun magazine and a childrens magazine. Not a good combination. Guns kill kids. This pisses Jack off. JACK Actually, I am bored hunting animals, so now Im going to hunt children, but first I need to find out their habits, where they hang out. I like to do my homework first. The checkout lady is absolutely horrified. She is speechless. Carla is horrified, but slightly amused at the same time. The checkout lady rushes through without saying another word. 000200000C9C0000B31CC96,Int jacks car - momENTS LATER Jack is driving Carla over to Billys to sleep in his Grand Prix. CARLA Why did you buy those magazines? JACK I like guns and I have a four year old daughter. Graciela. Lives with her mother in Mexico. CARLA Do you see her very much? JACK No. I want to bring her back to live with me. Her mother wont let her come here. Im thinking about going there to be with her. CARLA Whats stopping you? JaCK Money and the language. Hard to earn a living if you cant speak the language. But Im learning. (in Spanish) Cmo est usted hoy, ma'am? (How are you today, maam?) CARLA (in Spanish) He sido mejor, en hecho, He matado a un hombre esta misma tarde. (Ive been better, in fact, I have killed a man this very evening.) Jack cant quite understand her rapid Spanish, but is impressed. JACK Wow. What the hell did you say? Int - Berts huge home - nIGHT Bert sits alone in his dark, leathered den. He is on the phone. Bert Of course they know he worked for me. Ask anybody whos seen the inside of a jail cell who Big Hal works for, theyll tell you me. (listening) I was the first one they called. A detective called to tell me. He enjoyed every second of it. (listening) Fuck yeah, they got everything, including my niece. (listening) I dont know. Probably dead. (listening) No, she wasnt in on it. Shes not that smart. (listening) Well if she did, Ill kill her myself. Int biLLYS CONDO - next mORNING The amateur crew has assembled and sit in the living room. JACK Do we all still want to do this? Carla? CARLA Yes. I dont have a choice. MeLISSA Sure you do. The other way gets you dead. CARLA I appreciate you reminding me. Maybe tonight Ill get more than ten minutes actual sleep. BILLY I dont think anyone slept good. All I saw when I closed my eyes was that guys brains splattered on the wall. MeLISSA So much for breakfast. JACK Carla, how much cash does he have handy? CARLA I dont know, I heard six-hundred thousand. Jack thinks for a moment. JACK If its in one-hundred dollar bills, it weights about 12 or 13 pounds. They are all amazed, except Melissa. CARLA Thats incredible. MeLISSA He knows all sorts of shit, too bad he never used his brains for anything substantial. Melissa flashes a good natured smile at Jack. JACK Lets say the bills are dirty, they weigh 15 pounds, another ten for the briefcase. BILLY How many suitcases will it take to hold it all? JACK Half a million in hundred dollar bills is five thousand bills. One hundred bundles of fifty bills. It will fit in one briefcase. MeLISSA They going to leave a half-million in cash someplace on the street for us to pick up? Jack smiles at them. JACK No. We are going fishing. Jack pulls out two pieces of paper out of his pocket and hands them to Bill and Melissa. JACK (CONTD) Carla, you go with Melissa. We need everything on that list. We will meet at Petey Ms for lunch at one. Everyone know where its at? Everyone nods yes. BILLY (to Jack) Youve done something like this before. MeLISSA Of course, he use to work for the government. Int sporting goods store - dAY Carla and Melissa enter a sporting goods store and head to the fishing department. They look at the vast assortment of reels. 0002000006BE0000BFB26B8,meLISSA Any thoughts on which one? caRLA I have no idea. Something with fifty pounds testes. MeLISSA What the hell do big balls have to do with fishing? A salesman approaches them. Salesman Can I help you ladies with something? MeLISSA Yes, we need some fishing poles and everything for our boyfriends. SaLESMAN What kind of fishing do they do? Fly fishing? Off-shore? Surf fishing? CARLA How do you fish for flies? MeLISSA (to the salesman) Im not sure. Something big. Down on the bottom. SaLESMAN O.K. They probably fish from a boat? Sounds good to them. MeLISSA I guess. SaLESMAN They probably need something heavy duty. Big reels. Heavy line. CARLA He said something about fifty pound testes, whatever that means. The salesman laughs SaLESMAN Fifty pound test line. It means it can lift fifty pounds before breaking. MeLISSA Thats what we need. Something heavy. The salesman grabs a reel. SALESMAN This is a Penn 114H. It will hold 475 yards of fifty pound test line. MeLISSA How much is it? SaLESMAN $125 each, but if you buy a fishing rod, you get ten percent off both. MeLISSA Sounds good. Int - pawn shop/party store - mORNING Jack walks in to a pawn shop/party store and is greeted by name by the owner, SAHEEM, a smiling man in his forties of undetermined middle-eastern descent. He still has a bit of an accent. Two other younger men are also in the store. Saheem Ah, Jack my friend, how are you this day? JACK Saheem, what is the good word from Allah? SAHEEM Everything is great my friend. You have cigarettes for me? JACK No, something else. Can I see you in the back? SahEEM Yes, of course. They walk into the back to an office in the back and sit in a couple chairs. Jack pulls out the leather pouch. 000200000A750000C66AA6F,JaCK I need your word about this. I can get killed for what Im showing you. SahEEM (mocking offended) Jack, we have been friends for years, youre not even here today, in fact, I think you went fishing, my friend. Jack pours out the contents of the pouch into Saheems hand. Saheem looks at the beautiful gems. SAHEEM Some men came asking about some missing diamonds. Very anxious to get them back. A man was killed for these, Jack. Saheem takes out a 10x magnifying loupe. He examines the diamonds. He looks at Jack. JaCK Hey, I didnt do it. Im doing this for a friend. SahEEM I know you are no killer, my friend. But the men looking for these diamonds, they are killers. JACK I know. SahEEM You will have a hard time selling these for a fair price. They are flawless. Beautiful stones. JACK They are that good? SahEEM These are of the highest quality, IF, VVS1s. Worth 15, maybe 20 thousand each. This is just an estimate of course. If these were regular diamonds, we could do business, but these are top quality. I couldnt pay you enough for your trouble. JACK Who would have the stones for sale? SahEEM Indians are big into diamonds these days. Easy to carry, hide. Russians. The Hasidic Jews in New York are still doing lots of business, Russians too. JACK Youre saying I wont be able to get full value for these. SahEEM Im sorry my friend, but the way you look, you will never sell them for close to what you should get. You need to become a Indian or a Jew, my friend. Saheem laughs long and hard at this. JACK I have a friend who is part Navaho on his mothers side. SahEEM No, no. Not Indian like woo-woo, (patting mouth like kids do when making Native American noises) ..John Wayne movies. Indians from India. JACK Oh, O.K. Wrong Indians. SahEEM Do you know any Hasidic Jews or Indians? JACK Maybe.... SahEEM My advice to you: stop. Give the diamonds back. Forget what you have seen and heard. JACK I cant Saheem. SahEEM Please, whatever you do, be careful. They are looking for these. They were very, very angry. JaCK Who would be big enough to buy them? SAHEEM I would try Winston Wolpe jewelers. Ive heard they dont ask too many questions. Int jacks car - momENTS LATER Jack is on the phone with Billy. JACK I need an actor. BILLY (O.S.) Im a trained actor. I can play anything. JACK This isnt for critical praise. Its for about a quarter million dollars. BILLY (O.S.) And my life, possibly. JACK Can you? BILLY (O.S.) Ive done Shakespeare, Miller, and lots of other dead playwrights, I can do this. JACK You have until tomorrow to be convincing. Can you do it? BILLY (o.S.) Yes, I can. jaCK Ill see you in an hour. BILLY (o.S.) Ok. 00020000050E0000D0D9508,Int - electronic store - DAY A huge electronic store, Best Buy. Carla and Melissa are walking in the cellular phone section. They pick up 10 phones and put them in their cart. CARLA Why do we need that many? MeLISSA I dont know. I didnt ask why. Melissa throws another in the cart. They walk toward the binoculars. CARLA Do you think this is right? What we are doing. MeLISSA I dont know. I guess we are stealing. But stealing from a mob guy is different from robbing a bank or a store. I mean, just the bad guys are getting hurt. CARLA Well, when you rob a bank, the customers or the bank dont lose money. Thats all government insured. The government pays them back. MeLISSA But we pay the government all that money. CaRLA We pay for the shit that gets stolen from trucks or stores. MeLISSA And? CARLA And what? MeLISSA So are you comparing what your uncle does with the government or a legitimate business? CARLA I just dont see much of a difference - MeLISSA Of course you wouldnt. Int small cafe - aFTERNOON Carla and Melissa are sitting outside opposite each other, neither speaking. Billy joins them. BiLLY Ladies. Not a word. BiLLY Well this is a cheery bunch. They sit in silence. BILLY I get to be an actor in this caper. cARLA Caper? A fucking caper? This is my life. 00020000074D0000D5E1747,meLISSA Leave him alone. BILLY Its like a movie. CARLA Its not a movie. I killed a man, you idiot. Ill never see my family, because my uncle will kill me- People are starting to look over. MeLISSA (hissing) Shut the fuck up. You want us to get arrested? CARLA It doesnt matter. The waitress comes over. Waitress Can I get you something, sir? BILLY Sure, Ill have a Bud. Carla gulps her margarita down. CARLA I want another margarita. Jack shows up as the waitress is leaving. JACK Hows everyone? MeLISSA OK BILLY Good CARLA Shitty JACK (to Melissa) OK (to Billy) Good (to Carla) Why? Carla is pouting. CARLA I changed my mind. I dont want to do this. I want to tell him the truth, that I fucked up. JACK How will he react? CARLA I dont know. I dont want to spend my whole life running, waiting for him to sneak up and kill me. I want a life. JACK What about the dead thing? CaRLA What about it? JaCK We can send him pictures modified to look like youre dead. Well leave the bloody clothes somewhere the police can find them. Near the ocean. You were eaten by sharks or something. CARLA I dont want to be eaten by sharks. BiLLY Better than the alternative. CaRLA (to Billy) And what is your purpose here? You havent done anything. MeLISSA (to Carla) All youve done is bitch and complain. Sometime I wish I hadnt helped you. CARLA (sarcasticly) Well Im sorry, Mel, things haven't really gone my way lately. Carla looks pissed then a little sad. JACK Billy is going to have a very important part to play. MeLISSA What? JACK Hes going to sell the diamonds for us. BillY How? To who? JACK A diamond wholesaler. You are going in, selling them, and walking out with the cash. A load of cash. MeLISSA How do you know hell have enough cash to buy them all? JACK Im calling them today. They will have the cash. (to Billy) You are changing religions. 0002000008150000DD2880F,BiLLY How do you know what religion I am now? JACK Im pretty sure youre not the faith you are about to become. ext costume store - DAY Billy walks into a costume store. ext costume store - minutes LATER Billy walks out of the costume store carrying something on a hanger over his shoulder Int Jc pennys - DAY Carla and Melissa shopping for blue blazers in the mens department. They try them on for size. Carla is now in a better mood due to the margaritas. MelISSA This look good? She spins so Carla can see the coat. CARLA I think you need something longer in the arms. MeLISSA We dont need them to be perfect. Only using them for an hour, Jack said. CARLA But you want to look good. What size does Jack need? MeLISSA Forty-four long. Carla is looking though the rack of coats. CaRLA (thinking out loud) Ill bet hes long... Carla didnt mean to say that out loud. MeLISSA What? CarlA What? Melissa What did you say about Jack? CARLA Nothing. Melissa picks through and finds a forty-four long. MeLISSA Got one. What else do we need? Carla checks her list. CARLA White shirts, tan khakis and black athletic shoes. Theyre off to another department. Ext - office building - DAY Billy looks at the tenant listing on the outside of the building. He runs his finger down the list until he hits: Sarah T. Dundas - Dialect Coach Int Dialect coaches office - DAY Billy and the dialect coach, SARAH meet. They sit in her office. BILLY Thank you for seeing me on such short notice. Id like to show them I can do an accent...you know, help my chances. SarAH I understand completely. This isnt that unusual. I have lots of actors with sudden auditions. BILLY How much time does it take to sound convincing? SarAH Depends on which accent you need. Its nice to know a little of the language so you can throw in a few. Makes it look convincing. I only have two hours available, but that should be enough to make you through the audition. int sOCIAL CLUB - DAY Bert and his crew, Little Nicky, Benny Jet and Sally Tongue, are in the club discussing the problem. 0002000008540000E53784E,Bert Nicky, you hear anything about the diamonds? Nicky Not a thing, but they could be anywhere by now. This pisses Bert off. BerT I dont think so. It was some kids who did it. They stole a case of cheap vodka, for gods sake. They werent pros. Benny What about Carla? Sally T Shes dead or somewhere scared shitless. NICKY What do you think Bert? BeRT I dont know. NICKY Maybe she was in on it? BeRT Stop talking stupid. If they killed Hal, they probably killed her too. A noise is heard. Sounds like hail hitting a car roof. Another. And another. The guys look at each other. Nicky goes to the door and looks out. Some kids playing throwing a ball. NICKY Just some kids playing catch. Ext sOCIAL CLUB - momENTS LATER Up on a roof adjacent to the club, Jack is taking careful aim at the roofs of the cars in the club parking lot with a paintball gun. POP! Another roof is marked with a white splat. The car roofs look like the targets of a flock of very large birds flying overhead. Int biLLYS CONDO - LATER Jack, Carla, Melissa and Billy gather at Billys condo. Bags of their goods are sitting around. Jack is trying on his blazer. Billy is reading a piece of paper. JACK (to Billy) How do you feel about making the call now? BiLLY To who? JACK The people who are going to buy our diamonds. Think you can be convincing? BILLY I have it down pretty good. Who do I ask for? JaCk Ask for Chad, hes Winstons son. Trying to make a name in the business. Wants to be a player. Hell want them and be willing to pay. BillY O.K. JACK Want us to leave? BILLY No, stay, I need to practice with someone here. Helps my nerves. Billy picks up one of the new cell phones and dials. BILLY Chad please. He waits. BILLY (Brooklyn - Yiddish accent) Chad Wolpe, my name is Zui Zimer, how are you today? (listening) Fine, fine, good. I know you are a busy man today, Mr. Wolpe so Ill get right to the point. I have some diamonds left to me by my paternal Grandfather Rabbi Zimer as a gift to my children. Well, as you know Mr. Wolpe, things dont always happen as many would like, and I will not be having children of the Jewish faith. 0002000006B90000ED856B3,(listening) No, I am of the best of health, praise God, but I have fallen in love with a forbidden women, a beautiful woman and will now be disowned by my family. I wish to sell these jewels, to give us a start on a life far from the prying, judgemental eyes of our families. (listening) I will be available tomorrow morning if you are interested in these fine jewels, but require cash to avoid taxes and such. You understand. (listening) 53 diamonds, one to 4 carats, IFs, VVS1s. Yes, they are exceptional, handpicked by my grandfather as a gift. (pause) Nine a.m. will be fine. Thank you. They all smile at Billy - He did great. Ext - rooftop across from hotel - early evening The four of them are looking down at the street from a rooftop about 9 stories up. JACK We can see a good distance down the streets. MeLISSA Whos going to be up here? JACK You sit up here. MeLISSA Arent I going to look obvious? JaCK Bring a towel and wear a bathing suit. Pretend you are tanning. Ext - different rooftop - later The four of them are looking down at the street from a rooftop down the street from the first one. JACK This is good. Billy you sit up here. biLLY What do I say if someone comes up? JACK Say, youre a pervert, a peeping tom. MeLISSA Yea, you hang out at strip clubs all the time. Youre a natural. BILLY I cant. If they know who I am, Ill be fired and humiliated. JaCK Thats true. Youre a writer; you come up here for inspiration. BILLY Thats better. CARLA Where am I going to be? JACK You are going to be in the restaurant across from the phone booth. That way you can see if any of his guys are with him. CARLA What if I do? JACK You will have a phone, you tell me. CARLA Wont they see me? 0002000006DA0000F4386D4,MeLISSA I am going to do a makeover on you. They wont be able to pick you out of a lineup when Im done. CaRLA Thats not an image Im interested in thinking about. Int JACK HAMLINS APARTMENT There is activity in the bathroom, as Carla is getting her makeover. Billy and Jack sit in the living room discussing the call. JacK You have to be menacing enough to make him think you are very serious about killing her. Melissa and Carla walk in to the living room. Carla is wearing a tasteful dress and heels. Its a nice change from her jeans and sweatshirts. Her body is much better than anybody thought. BILLY Very nice. JACK Wow, I didnt know that body was hiding under there. Carla is embarrassed at the comment, but pleased. MeLISSA Wait until I do the hair. Shell be beautiful. They walk out, Jacks and Billys eyes on them. BilLY Does your sister see anybody? JACK No, shes busy with school and work to be bothered. BILLY What type of guy does she go for? JACK I dont know, I never ask her. BiLLY Oh. JACK So before we make the call, do you need to get into character? Do something? BILLY No, Im not a method actor. I just act. JaCK Thats what I was looking for, method acting. Where you become the character even with the camera isnt there, right? BILLY Yep. One person on our show wants to be called by her character name even when shes off-camera. JaCK Do you call her by her characters name? BilLY Most of the time. Sometimes if she pisses me off Ill call her by her real name. It messes her up. JACK You dont need to stay in character? BiLLY No, I just act. JaCK Ok, actor ready? Billy pulls out his script notes. BILLY Yep. Jack pulls out a piece of paper from his pocket. He pulls out one of the new cell phones and dials. 00020000066F0000FB0C669,Voice (O.S.) Yeah? Billy uses a made up voice, something between Al Pacino in Scarface and Marlon Brando in the Godfather. Billy is transformed into a gangster. BILLY I need to talk to Bert. VOICE Yeah? Whos callin? BILLY The guy who's got his niece. Int SOCIAL CLUB BENNY JET, Berts soldier, is on the line with Billy. He cups the phone. Benny Its the guy who hit Hal. Says they got Carla. Bert grabs the phone. BerT Who the fuck is this and where the fuck are my diamonds and money? BILLY (o.S.) Im not telling you my name. But you can call me Mr. X if you need to call me anything. BeRT Motherfucker. Im going to kill you, Im going to kill every member of your family. Where is my money and my diamonds? BILLY (o.S.) Do not threaten me or my family. I have your niece. Do you wish to see her alive? BerT Yes, of course. BILLY (o.S.) Do you wish to have your diamonds back? BerT Yes. BiLLY (o.S.) We know you have a large cache of cash. We want it. Int jACK HAMLINS APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM Jack is listening with Billy. He covers the mouthpiece. JaCK Cache is a nice word, but not used very much in the criminal world. Bert (O.S.) A what? What are you talking about? I dont have any money. BiLLY Yes you do. A half million, if what Carla was telling us was right. BerT (o.S.) She dont know anything. I dont have any money. BillY I dont believe you. We didnt even have to torture her very much to get that out of her. Im sure with a little more torture, we will find out more. BerT How do I know shes alive? BilLY Hold on, Ill let you talk to her. Jack gets up and goes to the bathroom. They come out and sit down. JACK 0002000006600001017565A,(to Carla) You have to act scared. Make him believe you. Carla takes the phone. CARLA Uncle Bert? Bert (o.S.) Carla, baby, that you? CARLA Yeah. Its me. Im scared Uncle Bert. They have been hurting me. BeRT (o.S.) That right? Just be good, do what they say, youll be home before you know it. Carla Im sorry Uncle Bert. I didnt mean to tell them, they were hurting me. BerT (o.S.) I know, baby. Let me talk to them. She hands the phone to Billy. BilLY So do you want her dead and no diamonds, or you want to pay us and get your diamonds? BerT (o.S.) Ill pay you fuckers, but I will find you. Thats a promise. BiLLY We dont respond well to threats. But remember this, we knew about the diamonds and the cash. Someone in your organization cant be trusted. Int sOCIAL CLUB Bert looks around at the guys. BerT Its going to take a few days for me to get the money. BilLY (o.S.) No its not. You have it close. We want it tomorrow. Be at the phone booth on the corner of Hayes and Olden Park. I am sure you know the area. BerT Yeah, I know where it is. BillY (O.S.) We will be contacting you there at 3 p.m. Please be prompt and have all of the money. If you fail to follow directions, we will start hacking off pieces of her. You wouldnt want to be responsible for an armless woman for the rest of your life, would you? BeRT (very pissed) Ill be there with the cash. BiLLY (O.S.) We are a large organization and will be watching every move. If we see any of your associates, the arms are gone. Understand? BerT Yes. BilLY (O.S.) Good. The line goes dead. Bert is really pissed. He throws the phone. BerT FUCK!!!!!!!! 000200000677000107CF671,Int JACK HAMLINS APARTMENT - lIVING ROOM Jack smiles at Billy. JACK Very, very nice. A controlled anger with an edge. BiLLY I have range beyond penguins. MeLISSA Im impressed. That was really good. BiLLY Not one I can put on my resume. MELISSA You have to do your movie. Youll be great. BILLY Im planning on it. Int jACK HAMLINS APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM The four of them are having pizza and beer, finalizing the plans. JACK Everybody set? They all nod and agree, except Carla. She sits quietly. MelISSA Whats wrong Carla? CARLA I just want to go home. I dont want any of the money or anything. I want my old life back. JaCK If you go back, it puts us all in danger. If they suspect anything, they will torture you. You said it yourself. Carla starts crying. CaRLA Im not like all of you. MeLISSA Like us how? CarlA Im not that strong. Ive never been able to do things by myself, Ive always been scared. Now youre asking me to leave everything I know and have. BiLLY Are you that happy with your life? CARLA No, but I rather be miserable around people I know. Int jACK HAMLINS APARTMENT - LATER Jack is making false I.D.s for everyone on his computer. The rest of them absentmindedly watch T.V. JACK Carla, pick a name for your I.D. CARLA Let me think... She thinks. CARLA (CONTD) Lucy Fyre. F-Y-R-E. JACK Lucy F-Y-R-E, very fitting. Billy? Billy Edward Holmstrom. Mothers maiden name. JaCK Mel? MeLISSA Scarlett OHara. JacK Cmon.. Pick one MeLISSA Lea Ashley. JACK That a characters name or an actress? MeLISSA Neither. One of my dancer names. JaCK Sounds like a stripper name. CarlA Whats your name? jack Carl Spackler MeLISSA 0002000005D600010E405D0,I dont get a actress name, why do you? BILLY Where do I know that name? MelISSA Caddyshack. JACK Carla, are you sure you want to go back? I can make you enough I.D.s that you can move away. They wont find you. CARLA I wont be happy- BilLY I know what shes feeling. Ive been here for five years, Im still lonely. JacK Well I cant wait to get out of here. BILLY Where are you going? JACK Mexico. To be with my daughter. Int limo We see Jack dressed in blue blazer, khakis, tie, mirrored sunglasses. Next is Melissa, dressed exactly alike. Finally, Carla is dressed like the others, but out of her frumpy clothes the is very pretty. They are the bodyguards for Billy, who is dressed as a Hasidic Jew. JACK You ready Billy? Billy Call me Zui. Zui Zimer. He smiles. MelISSA A method actor. BILLY Whatever it takes baby. CARLA I just stand near the door right? JACK Yes, you and Melissa stand near the door. Perimeter security. You two are looking outside, for anything suspicious or unusual. I am the close-in security. I dont leave the principles side. BiLLY Im a principal of a school? JaCK No, principle, P-L-E, not a school principal. MeLISSA Military lingo. CarLA You did this in the Army? JACK Yep, eight years doing this. MeLISSA He guarded generals all around the world. The other stuff he wont talk about. CARLA And now you do this? What happened? JaCK Lost my security clearance. Couldnt do what I did best. MeLISSA He got a Mexican woman pregnant while on duty. billy 00020000096D00011410967,You lost your security clearance for that? JACK Yep, they take that shit seriously. I lost it because I became quote an intelligence liability because of my sexual proclivities unquote. MeLISSA All of this while the President was getting blowjobs in the Oval Office. BilLY What things cant you talk about? Some have-to-kill-me-if-you-tell-me sort of stuff? Jack isnt in the mood to talk about this. JacK Nothing very interesting. Nothing you would have heard of. Just some missions I was trained to do. The limo stops. JaCK Lets do it. Carla go first. Stay outside until all of us are in. Melissa, you do the advance work. Go in, check it out, and then call us on the radio. Like we practiced. The limo door is opened. Melissa and Carla exit. Ext jEWELRY STORE Carla takes her place near the door. Melissa enters the store. Int jEWELRY STORE The very large store is empty, except for a mean looking guard carrying a Mac-10 and Chad Wolpe. Chad You must be with Zui Zimer. Melissa looks directly at the guard. MeLISSA Yes. ChaD Please, dont let his presence bother you. Like Mr. Zimer, I too demand security. Melissa whispers into her microphone. Int limo Jack listens to his earpiece. JaCK Thats us. Showtime. There is a guard with a semi-automatic pistol, but hes just there for security. They exit the limo. Int jeWELRY STORE Jack and Billy enter the store. They are greeted by Chad Wolpe. ChaD Mr. Zimer, Chad Wolpe. The men shake hands. Billy Mr. Wolpe, a pleasure to meet you. ChaD The pleasure is mine. May I get you coffee, tea, perhaps some wine? BiLLY No, no, that is not necessary at all. Time is of the essence this morning. I have two more appointments this morning to look at the diamonds. ChaD Im sure the other appointments will not be necessary. We are confident we will be able to make you a mutually beneficial offer for you diamonds. BilLY In that case, I will have some coffee, Mr. Wolpe. CUT TO: Chad looking at the last of the diamonds. He looks again. Makes a note in a notebook. ChaD Mr. Zimer, these are absolutely beautiful diamonds, but Im not telling you anything you dont know. Please excuse me while I go over the numbers and come up with a figure for you. Chad goes to his office. Billy whispers to Jack. BiLLY How was it? Jack Very good. If he suspects anything, he isnt letting on. BilLY What will we take for them? JaCK Anything over three hundred thousand. 00020000096F00011D77969,BilLY They have that much cash laying around? JaCK Not before you called them. They got it in a hurry. Jack walks over to Melissa. MelISSA Hows it going? JaCK Good, he was impressed. I think hell make a good offer. Chad walks back in. Chad Mr. Zimer. I want your diamonds, and I want to make you a happy man. I am prepared to offer you three hundred and ten thousand for the entire lot. Billy looks down, a little sad. BiLLY I was hoping for a little more, but it is a fair offer and since I am in somewhat of a hurry, I will agree to your generous offer, but would like something else also. Ext jEWELRY STORE The crew leave the store, all smiles. Int lIMO They are all sitting in the limo. Billy is taking his costume off. They are all wearing new Tag-Heuer watches. JACK Very nice Rabbi. I like the watch. BiLLY Thank you, feels exhilarating. Quite a rush. Glad you like it. MelISSA Its beautiful. CaRLA Ive never worn $3,000 on my wrist. JaCK We got three hundred and ten thousand for them. More than we were willing to take. MeLISSA What are we up to? JACK Over eight hundred thousand. CARLA Thats a lot of money. JACK You could go away and start over. Live your life like you want.. MeLISSA Find someone.. BiLLY Be who you want.. CaRLA Im not sure who or what I want right now. Int jacK HAMLINS APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM They are having burgers and fries for lunch. Nobody speaks for a long time. They just look at each other. MeLISSA We are a talkative group here. CaRLA Not much to say. BILLY Thinking about my movie. MeLISSA Going to do it? BILLY I need one more investor. JaCK (to Carla) We still need you today. Youll be home tonight sleeping in your own bed. CARLA I guess. I just want it to be over. Int jACK HAMLINS APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM Everyone is waiting for Carla. She walks out into the living room. Carla looks beautiful, transformed. JaCK You look beautiful. BiLLY Gorgeous. She hides her face. CaRLA You are making me blush. Jack speaks to the group. JACK Have your bags of goodies? Phone numbers? They all nod. JACK Carla, you sure you dont want some cash? CARLA Maybe Ill take a couple thousand, for some new clothes.. They all smile at her. Jack walks over to her and hugs her tight. JACK You have been great. I dont know if I could have been that strong. Carla starts crying. Billy and Melissa join in a group hug. They break the hug. CARLA (to Melissa and Billy) 0002000006A5000126E069F,If you two hadnt been there to take me away, Id be dead or in jail. I just want to thank you all. Jack Thank us by being believable. I dont want to end up dead. MeLISSA They could never find you in Mexico anyway. CARLA You going there for good? JaCK Si. My daughter is there. She needs me. But not as much as I need her, I think. Int hotel lobby - day The lobby is a nicely appointed hotel, not quite five star, but nice nonetheless. Jack goes to hotel to the desk clerk. He is carrying a suitcase and long tube. Desk clerk May I help you sir? JACK Yes, I would like a room for the evening. Do you have anything facing the street? DeSK CLERK Im sure I can find something sir. He types on the computer. DeSK CLERK Sixth floor. King size bed. Will that be to your liking? JACK Yes, that will be fine. DesK CLERK Your credit card please. JACK I would like to pay cash. If that would be alright. DeSK CLERK Yes sir. Are there any bags to be carried up? JacK No thanks, I have everything here. Thank you. Int hotel room Jack goes to the windows and examines the edges. He opens a suitcase and picks up a cordless drill and drill bit. He walks over to the window and loosens the screws holding the windows. He picks up a cell phone and dials. Ext city street phone booth - DAY Melissa hears the ringing of her cell phone. She picks it up. MeLISSA Hello? JACK You set? MeLISSA Almost. She attaches double sided tape to a different cell phone and tapes it under the pay phone. MelISSA (cONTD) Now I am. JacK (O.S.) O.K. Time to tan now. MeLISSA On my way. Ext SMALL CAFE Carla sits outside at one of the tables, having a late lunch and a cocktail. She is wearing sunglasses. Her cell phone rings. 00020000057B00012D7F575,CARLA Hello? JACK (O.C.) How are you doing? CARLA Im good, I feel good all dressed up. Makes me feel pretty. JaCK You were always pretty. See anybody who looks familiar? CARLA No, nobody. JaCK Call me if you do. CARLA O.K. Jack hangs up. CARLA Ill miss you Int soCIAL CLUB Bert and his whole crew are in the social club. Bert is holding court. BerT We are going to get these fuckers and my goddamn money. BennY And the bastard who killed Hal. BerT I want my money and my diamonds. I dont know what they want me to do, but I want Benny and Nicky to follow this briefcase. He pats the briefcase. Nicky Should we shoot whoever has it? BeRT I dont care what you do, just find out where my diamonds and the other cash is. NiCKY How do we make them talk? I mean how far do we go? BeRT Lets see, they got a half million in cash and a half million in diamonds. What do you think? NICKY Anything to get them. Gotcha. BeRT We have the frequencies covered. If they are communicating, which they will be, we will find them. BenNY What about Carla? BeRT What do you mean? I want her alive. But my diamonds and money are more important. Bert checks his watch. BerT (cONTD) Time to go. You guys know what to do. Get my shit. NiCKY Do I have time to get my car washed? With all the birds around here, its a mess. He checks his watch again. BeRT No, we dont have time. The whole crew walks out the door. 0002000005A9000132F45A3, Ext rooftop - afTERNOON Billy watches the busy street below from the rooftop. His cell phone rings. BILLY Hello? JaCK Hows everything look? BiLLY Nobody yet. Nothing suspicious. JACK Remember to look away from the phone booth. They wont be there, they will be watching from a distance. Like us. BillY O.K. Ext rooftop - afTERNOON Melissa watches the busy street below from the rooftop. Her cell phone rings. MeLISSA Yep. JACK Anything? MeLISSA No. Wait. I see a car with a large white spot on the roof. Like a damn eagle took a dump. JACK Thats our guy. MeLISSA He cant find a parking spot. JACK Great. If this was a movie, hed have a spot right there open. MelISSA Someone is leaving. Hes got a close spot. JACK Any other cars with spots? MeLISSA Not yet. JaCK Im sure there will be. Call me if you see any cars. MeLISSA O.K. Ext smALL CAFE Carlas phone rings. CARLA Hello. JACK How ya doing? CaRLA Im good, bored. She straightens up. Jack Do you see Bert yet? She peeks around. She sees him going toward the booth. CARLA Yep, hes almost there. JACK See anyone else? His guys? CARLA No, nobody. JaCK O.K. Call me if you do. Ext rOOFTOPS Billy is looking through the binoculars. He sees another car. He picks up the phone. Int hOTEL ROOM Phone rings. Jack Yeah? BiLLY Got another car. A block away to the east. JaCK What kind? BiLLY Let me check. Ext rOOFTOPS Billy is looking through the binoculars again. Its a blue Buick. 0002000007F3000138977ED,Int hOTEL ROOM Jack is removing the window, talking with Billy. BiLLY Blue Buick, four door. JACK Good job. The window is out. Jack picks up a small water balloon from his suitcase. He takes it too the window. Looks down to make sure nobody is coming. He lets it drop. Down. Down. Suddenly a bike messenger suddenly appears from nowhere. The biker and the balloon are on a messy collision course. Just before the balloon hits, the rider veers into the street. The balloon hits -SPLAT- A huge pink irregular circle marks the sidewalk. Time to call Bert. Jack dials. Ext phone booth Bert is standing in the booth, impatiently waiting. The phone rings. He picks it up. BerT Hello? JACK Bert? BeRT Yes? Who is this? JaCK Please dont insult me Bert. This will all be over in less than fifteen minutes, if you do things our way. Bert Im here arent I? JACK Yes, but you already fucked up. I see the blue Buick. Whos in it? Benny? Nicky? I dont want them to move. BerT O.K. JaCK Reach under the shelf, youll find a phone. And probably some gum and boogers. Bert reaches under and pulls the phone out. BeRT I got it. JaCK Ill call you on it with instructions. Jack hangs up. The cell phone rings. Bert answers. JACK You have to love these phones, eh, Bert? Use them until your minutes are gone and toss them. Completely disposable, like everything else in this society. Ext rOOFTOPS Billy is looking through the binoculars again. Another car from the opposite direction. He calls Jack. Int hOTEL ROOM Jack is on the phone with Bert. JACK Please hold on, Bert, I seem to have another call. He grabs another phone. JACK Yea? Billy (o.S.) Another car. Cadillac. JACK Outstanding. You should work for the government. BILLY (o.S.) I couldnt take the pay cut. Jack hangs up with Billy, goes back to Bert. JACK (very condescending) Bert, we have a problem. It seems that there is another of your guys driving around. Thats strike two. Another strike and you lose the diamonds. Call them, Bert. Make them go away. Ext smALL CAFE 0002000006AE000140846A8,Carla sits in the cafe when she stiffens. She sees one of Berts crew, Nicky, outside on the sidewalk next to the cafe. He is watching Bert. He turns and looks at her. She turns away, afraid. She presses the buttons on the phone. JacK (o.S.) Yeah? CARLA (quietly) One of them is here. JACK (o.S.) How close? CARLA Real close. JACK (o.S.) Does he know its you? CARLA No, I dont think so. She looks over toward him. JACK (o.S.) Whats his name? CARLA Nicky. JaCK (o.S.) Great job, Carla. Thank you. She hangs up and looks over. Nicky lights a cigarette and smiles flirtatiously with her. She smiles back, terrified. EXT phONE BOOTH Bert is still inside. The cell phone rings. BeRT Yeah? JaCK (o.S.) Bert. Strike three. Nicky by the cafe. The diamonds are now mine. Like to keep going for your niece's life? Or should I just give the tapes of her telling us all your secrets to the police and push her out the window. Which they will blame on you, because of what she knows. BerT I called the others. He dont have a phone. Bert is furious. People dont talk to him this way. JACK (o.S.) So are we going to do this or should I just have them push her out of the window? BeRT Ill have someone tell him to go. JACK (o.S.) He can stay. Youre the one going for a little walk. If he follows you. Shes history. O.K. Bert? BerT Understood. JACK (o.S.) Good. Youre going on a little walk. Not too far. Know where the Armstrong Hotel is? BeRT Yes, about four blocks from here. JacK (o.S.) Think you can make it? BerT (offended) Fuck yes, Im not old. Bert starts walking, looking around for people watching him. JACK (o.S.) Years of sitting on your ass can make a body weak, Bert. BeRT You know me, dont you? 00020000079B0001472C795,JACK (o.S.) Yes. I know who you are. BerT Do I know you? JACK (o.S.) Indirectly. BerT So this is a payback of sorts? JACK (o.S.) No, Im just taking advantage of an opportunity that presented itself. Ext rOOFTOP Billys phone rings. Billy answers the phone. BiLLY Yes? JaCK (o.S.) Everything cool? BiLLY Dont see anybody. Id say he was alone. Hes almost there. int hOTEL ROOM Jack dials the phone. Ext city STREET Berts cell phone rings. Bert Hello? JACK (o.S.) (cheery) Hi Bert. BeRT Yeah? JACK (o.S.) Youre getting close. Coming up on a pink splash on the sidewalk. Bert looks. He sees it. Bert I see it. JACK (o.S.) I want you to stand in the pink, Bert. Bert stands in the pink paint. Paint gets on his $600 loafers. BerT O.K. Im here. Int hOTEL ROOM Jack has two phones to his ears. JaCK Bert, open the briefcase. BerT (o.S.) What if someone sees? JaCK Im sure you have a gun, Bert. You can shoot whoever tries to take your money. BeRT (o.S.) (matter-of-factly) I plan on it. Jack laughs. JaCK Open the case, Bert Ext city street Bert slowly opens the briefcase. Ext rOOFTOP Melissa is holding a cell phone, looking at the open case through her binoculars. Jack (o.S.) Look good? MeLISSA I cant see very well. Have him lift the top bundles. Ext ciTY STREET Bert is trying to hold the case open and keep the cell phone to his ear. Jack (o.S.) Bert, lift the top bundles. We want to make sure you're not trying to give us an amount less than we agreed to. Bert struggles with the phone, finally dropping it in the sticky pink paint. He lifts the top bundles. Looks like its all there. He picks up the phone which is covered in paint. Bert What now? Jack (o.S.) Hold on. Int hOTEL ROOM Jack puts the fishing rod out the window. On the end of the line is a large carabiner, a large snap ring used in mountain climbing. Jack releases the line. It goes down very fast. Too fast. Ext citY STREET Bert is standing there waiting. 00020000068F00014EC1689,The large snap hits him in the head, almost knocking him out. The now close briefcase and phone hit the ground. BerT What the fuck? He picks them up. Jack is still on the phone. Jack (o.S.) Bert? Bert? BerT (almost dazed) Yeah? JACK (O.S.) What happened? Bert Something hit me in the head. JACK (O.S.) That was me. Sorry. Look on the ground in back of you. Bert looks behind him. The snap is laying on the ground. Jack (o.S.) Pick it up and snap it on the briefcase handles. Bert snaps it on. Jack (o.s.) Put it on the ground. He places it on the ground. Bert What about my diamonds? JACK (O.S.) You lost them Bert. Remember? You broke the rules. Jack starts reeling the briefcase up. BERT Ill find you. JACK (O.S.) Time to let you go Bert. Start walking back to your car now. BerT What about Carla? JACK (O.S.) As soon as I count the money, shell be set free. Bert looks up at his money as it ascends. He starts walking. Int hOTEL ROOM Jack is reeling the case up. Slowly, using the utmost care. Reeling. Reeling. A snag. The case hits a window ledge. Jack pulls, trying to dislodge it. A briefcase latch flips open. Jack swings the pole out. The briefcase dislodges. Reeling carefully, slowly. Another snag. Jack pulls again, not knowing one latch has come undone. Jack swings the pole out once again. The briefcase dislodges, the last latch intact. At last the briefcase is in Jacks hands. He opens it and transfers the money to his own bag. He sits down on the bed, brushing against the painted briefcase, getting pink paint on the back of his shirt. He calls Carla. ext ciTY STREET Benny is listening to an older scanner, picking up cell phone calls. CARLA(o.s.) 0002000006340001554A62E,Yeah, hes still there waiting.. Benny is shocked. Carla isnt kidnapped. Shes in on it. CARLA(o.S.) Ill call if he moves. I see Uncle Bert though.. Benny reaches for his cell phone, dials a number. Ext city street PHONEBOOTH Bert is walking down the busy street toward the hotel. His personal cell phone rings. He answers the call. BeRT What? Benny Bertie, I heard her on the scanner. Bert Who? BenNY Carla. Shes in on it. Shes helping them. I heard her. BerT What did she say? BenNY She was watching you and someone else. Called you Uncle Bert. BerT (livid) Fucking rat bitch. BenNY What should I do? BerT Get down to the hotel. Look for a guy carrying my briefcase. Its got pink shit all over it. He hangs up. Int hotel lobby Jack is walking out of the hotel, talking on the phone. He puts Berts briefcase in the lobby. JACK Billy, Im out of here. We are all set. Meet you at your building. He hangs up, then another call. Hes now on the street. JaCK Mel, its done. Go to my place. He hangs up and makes his last call. JaCK Carla, its all over. You can go. Ext smALL CAFE Carla sits there talking on the phone. jack (o.S.) Are you alright? CARLA I guess. JACK (O.S.) You can still take your share and leave. You don't have to go home. CaRLA Thanks, but Im going to be fine here. Im not afraid anymore. Things are going to be fine now. JaCK (o.S.) If youre sure. CARLA I am. Jack.. She wants to tell him she cares about him. This will be the last time she talks to him. CARLA (CONTD) Never mind. Its not important. Shes afraid to tell him, afraid of rejection. 0002000006C600015B786C0,JaCK (o.S.) Be strong for us. CARLA I will Carl. JACK (o.S.) Carl? CARLA Carl Spackler. Caddyshack, right? Ext citY STREET Jack walking, talking, smiling. Behind him about twenty yards, Benny is following Jack. JacK Right, Lucy. The cell goes bad. They never said what they wanted. Int Berts CAR Bert sits in his car, cleaning his shoes. The phone rings. He answers. Bert Yeah? CARLA (O.S.) (pretending to be crying) Uncle Bert, its me. BeRT (acting relieved) Carla, are you alright? We were all so worried. CARLA (O.S.) Im still shaking, Uncle Bert. Should I call the police? BerT No, dont call the police. Theres nothing they can do now. Where are you? Ill come pick you up. CARLA (O.S.) I was somewhere downtown. Im in a cab. They gave me money to get a cab home. BeRT That was very kind of them. Im surprised they were that generous. CARLA (O.S.) Im going home and taking a shower and going to bed. If I can sleep. BerT You do that honey. Ill stop by tomorrow. Im glad youre not hurt honey. Get some sleep. CARLA (O.S.) O.K. Uncle Bert. Bert hangs up. He pulls a revolver out of the glove box. Checks the cylinders. Its full. Ext citY STREET Benny is getting closer to the pink paint. The busy city street prevents him from attacking Jack and taking the money. Jack stops at the office building that Billy has been observing from. No Billy. Jack slips into an alley next to the building. Benny passes, looking out of the corner of his eye. The beast after his prey. Int building stairwell Billy climbing down the stairs. Ext city street Jack leans against the wall, waiting for Billy to come out. He watches. Scanning side to side. Looking down the alley, then back, to a Sig Sauer P228 pointed at his face. 0002000008AE000162388A8,BennY Hal was my best friend. Jack appears almost unfazed. JACK Im not sure what happened between you two, but it probably had something to do with your breath. Ext city street Billy exits the building and looks around. Where is Jack? He looks one way, takes a few steps. And sees Jack with a gun to his head. He is panicked. He starts the other way. Ext alley Benny reaches his free hand out. Benny Ill take that briefcase. Jack hesitates. Benny pushes the gun harder against Jacks temple. Jack hands it to him. JACK Its just papers from work. BenNY Ill bet it is. Benny sets it down, gun still on Jack. BenNY Take a few steps back. Jack moves back. Benny tries to open the case. Its locked. BenNY Whats the combination? JACK Would you believe I forgot? Benny Would you believe I can shoot your balls off in about five seconds? JACK (very quickly) Right one is 3-0-7. Left one 2-2-8. Benny opens the briefcase. Benny Very good. Now where are the diamonds? JaCK I dont know. BennY Im giving you five seconds to tell me. 5 - 4 - 3- 2... From behind, Billy hits Benny over the head with a brick. Benny falls on the briefcase, bloodying the cash. JaCK Nice timing. Billy is looking at Benny lying on the ground. BilLY He dead? JaCK I doubt it, probably a concussion, skull fracture. We going to stand around and talk about this idiot or are we going to go spend this money? The look both ways and walk out of the alley. Int jACK HAMLINS APARTMENT - LIVING ROOM Jack, Billy and Melissa are packing up their cash. They are quiet. MelISSA Think shes OK? BiLLY I hope so. Jack I have to go to the hotel room. Make sure everythings clean. Int carlaS APARTMENT - living room Carla walks into her messy apartment. She looks around. Sighs. Sits in a chair and starts to cry. The doorbell rings. Carla gets out, puts on a robe. She walks through the small apartment. She opens the door and is startled. CARLA Uncle Bert! What.. BerT Hi sweety.. He kisses her on the cheek. BERT (cont'd) Can I come in? CaRLA I was just getting.. Bert walks in. Bert This wont take but a minute. They walk into the living room when all of the sudden, he hits Carla across the face. She falls on the couch. Hes on her in a flash. 000200000CF000016AE0CEA,BeRT So you wanna steal from me, you ungrateful bitch? Where is it? He hits her. CARLA (crying) I dont know what youre talking about. BerT The fuck you dont. We heard you talking on the cell phone. We know everything. Now, tell me where my money and diamonds are and I wont kill you. Carla doesnt say a word. Just cries. Bert hits her in the face again. BeRT Talk, you fucking bitch. He hits her again, in a rage. Bert (screaming at her) I NEED THAT MONEY!!!! Carla cries.. CARLA I dont have any money.. Bert calms suddenly. He tries another approach. BeRT Then who has it, honey? Who put you up to it? CARLA (trying to cry harder) Nobody, Uncle Bert. They threatened me, they hit me.. Im sorry.. Bert senses shes faking.. BeRT I know you Carla..Ive known you since you were born. And youre not telling me the truth. Whatever they promised you, whatever they threatened you with, I promise you will be safe. She just looks at him. Is he telling the truth? Does she tell and live her life like she was? Bert (CONTD) Cmon honey.. Still nothing from her. Bert pulls the gun out of his pocket and places it against her head. Bert Its up to you. CARLA (gaining her composure) No, I wont tell you. I rather die than let you hurt them. Carla squeezes her eyes closed. Praying with all her will. -BANG- The screen fades to black. SUPERTITLE TWO MONTHS LATER -- Int college class Melissa in law class, looking sharp in a tight shirt. She has her implants fixed. She is taking notes as the professor talks. Professor This course will help you develop a knowledge of areas within the entertainment industry and the impact of the law on those areas. It will also develop your specific skills that are applicable to entertainment law and other skills that are relevant to this subject area. You will become aware of various branches of the entertainment industries, their respective roles and importance, and of the legal and regulatory framework.. Ext movie set - nIGHT Billy is setting up a camera angle with a cameraman. Another man comes over. Billy looks up. BiLLY Hey Doug, can you get more light on the wall over there? Doug Yep, give me a few minutes. Doug walks away. From behind, we see a womans confidently walking up to Billy. She stops behind him. He has a sense someone is watching. He looks up. Its Melissa. BiLLY Well, if it isnt my executive producer. MeLISSA Just checking on my investment.. Ext mexican beach - eVENING A beautiful sunset. Jack and his daughter, Graciela, walk along the beach, holding hands. A father and his daughter. Jack couldnt be happier. The smile and look off-camera. Jack points and smiles. Graciela laughs. A laughing, tanned, beautiful Carla joins from out of camera range, hugging both Jack and Graciela. The scene fades out. Int caRLAS APARTMENT Then suddenly we are back in Carlas apartment. Bert has his gun pressed against Carlas head. Bert Its up to you. CARLA (gaining her composure) No, I wont tell you. I rather die than let you hurt them. Carla squeezes her eyes closed. Praying with all her will. -BANG- Berts body fall on Carla. She opens her eyes. She screams at the lifeless eyes looking at her. She scrambles to her feet and looks over to the door. She sees Jack standing there, a once-fired Colt .45 in his hand. Fade out 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