Worst First Date Ever Summary

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Radio Treatment for ‘Worst First Date Ever’
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Bree Huonder- witty and sweet school teacher who just wanted to enjoy her time out.
James Knight- an awkward but sarcastic writer, who’s excited to finally go out with Bree.
Julia Jacobson- apathetic hostess at the restaurant; has a nasally airy voice.
Charlie Skonie- The friendly waiter who is attracted to Bree but absolutely loathes James.
Amy Judson- James’ magazine editor boss who is overall a friendly person but has a coldness to her voice quality.
STORY SYNOPSIS
“Worst First Date Ever” takes place in Columbus, Ohio present day. After spending the last month and a half flirting back and forth on the train, James and Bree decide it’s best for them to actually sit down and enjoy
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Bree asks how James is going to get home and he says he’s going to take the train. She asks him why they didn’t take the train in the first place and he says that he thought it would impress her if he had a car even though it was just his roommates. She asks if they could do a “do over” date. He says yes.
Scene Nine- This scene begins immediately after the previous scene with James at his office and his boss telling him to write about the date in the same detail he just told it because she felt like she was there observing it.
SCENE SAMPLE
Scene 2:
SFX: (HONKING, BRAKES SCREECHING, GENERAL TRAFFIC EXPRESSWAY SOUNDS)
JAMES: (agitated) Crap, look at all this traffic... Accident or construction?
BREE: My bet is on construction.
JAMES: Yea, me too. You know how much the city loves doing construction...
SFX: (CAR MOTOR SOUNDS BECOME SLOWER, HONKING INCREASES)
JAMES: and now we are at a standstill...
SFX (SMALL PAUSE IN DIALOGUE, ENGINE MURRMING SOME DISTANT CAR HONKING SOUNDS)
JAMES: (SIGHS)
BREE: Sooooo... What do you do for a living? That 's a generic get to know you question that should be asked on the first date.
JAMES: I would say that is the most generic question to ask any person at any

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