发信人: patrick (电话), 信区: abroadstudy
标 题: 西雅图不眠夜的脚本6
发信站: 尚未命名测试站 (Sat Jun 16 01:33:15 2001), 转信
Sa: I read an article about this. All children are hideous at the age of eig
ht. It' s quite normal.
Vi: Well, maybe when I come back, the two of us ought spend some time togeth
er on our own. What do you think? Bye. (to Jonah ) Bye. Jonah.
Sa: Jonah. Listen to me. You don' t know Victoria. I hardly know her myself.
She is, in fact, a mystery to me. She tosses her hair a lot. Why does she d
o this? Is it a twitch? I have no idea. Does she need a haircut? Should she
use a barite to keep the hair out of her face? These are things I' m willing
to get to the bottom of. That is why I am dating her. That' s all I' m doin
g. I' m not living with her. I' m not marrying her. Can you appreciate the d
ifference? This is what single people do. They try other people on and see h
ow they fit. But everybody' s an adjustment. Nobody' s perfect. There' s no
such thing as a perfect... (seeing Annie who got off just now)
Sam: (to Jonah) Come on.
Jonah: Dad, I was talking to Jessica about reincarnation. She said you knew
Annie in another life.
Sa: Who' s Annie?
Jo: The one who wrote to us. But Jessica says, you and Annie never got toget
her in that life, so your hearts are like puzzles with missing pieces and wh
en you get together, the puzzle is complete. The reason I know this and you
don' t is because I' m younger and pure so I' m more in touch with cosmic fo
Sa: Who told you this stuff?
Sa: Well I sincerely hope you' re not marrying Jessica.
(In hotel, Annie is calling Becky.)
An: I watched him play with his son at the beach.
Be: Did you talk to him?
An: I couldn' t do it. How did I get here ?
Be: You told a lie and got on a plane.
An: That' s not what I mean. I' m going back over there tomorrow and talk to
him. I am.
Be: Ok, Good. Good bye.
An: Is this crazy?
Be: No . That' s the weirdest part about it.
An: Thank you. I love you.
Be: I love you, too.
An: Good night.
(Annie goes to see Sam. Sam is with Victoria.)
Sa: (to Victoria) ... That' s great...
(Suddenly, a cart runs by between Annie and Sam when Annie is dumbfounded. S
am notices her.)
Sa: (to Annie) Hello.
（Annie flies back to Baltimore.）
Becky: So then what happened?
An: So then I left, obviously.
Be: You were standing in the middle of a street?
An: You know that dream where you' re walking down the street naked and ever
yone is looking at you?
Be: I love that dream.
An: That was nothing compared to this humiliation. Nothing.
Be: But he saw you, right?
An: He saw me.
Be: You were ace-to-face.
An: He said" Hello".
Be: He said "Hello", and what did you say?
An: All I could say was "hello".
Be: Oh my God. I...
Woman on television: All I could say was "hello".
Be: It' s a sign.
An: It' s a sign that I have watched this movie too many times. Those stupid
... from the minute I listened to that stupid girl' s show on the radio. I'
ve been a complete jerk.
Be: You are not a jerk.
An: Thank you. Idiot.
Be: You don' t know who she was, Annie?
An: I saw her. I have a picture of her. I' ll show you a picture of her. Tha
t detective in Seattle sent me a picture of her. Here. See. Huh? That' s exa
ctly what she looks like.
Be: This is a picture of someone' s back.
An: Well, it was her and he was crazy about her. (seeing a letter) What' s t
his? This is from Seattle. Becky...
Be: So I mailed your letter.
An: (reading the letter)" Dear Annie, thanks for your letter. It was great.
You sound neat. We' re very excited about meeting you in New York on valenti
ne' s Day and seeing if we are M-f-e-o. See you soon. Sleepless in Seattle."
Be: M-F-E-O ?
An: "Made for each other".
Be: It' s cute. It' s like a little clue. So he can' t write. Big deal. Verb
al ability is a highly over-rated thing in a guy and our pathetic need for i
t is what gets us into so much trouble.
An: I am going to run back to Walter' s arms, if he' ll still have me.
Be: What about the letter?
An: It means nothing. It was written before I went out there, before the "ho
". The only thing is, she didn' t look like a "ho". She looked like somebody
we would' ve been friends with.
(at the Greg' s)
Greg' s wife: (Gw for short) You saw her in the airport and then here?
Sam: And I tried to talk to her. It was like I knew her or something,. It wa
Greg: (Gr for short) You mean like a deja- vu thing?
Sa: it was a very French deja vu-ishkind of thing. Oui (French for yes).
Gr:Oui. At least you' re at there seeing people again that' s terrific.
Sa: Well, I mean, there' s really just the one.
Gw: You don' t like Victoria?
Jo: She laughs like a hyena?
Gw: (to Sam)Is this true?
Sa: No... sort of... a little bit. Hey, tell them what you did.
Sa: Tell them about the radio show. Go, go ahead.
Sa: They want to hear it. Go ahead tell' em, tell' em. Christmas Eve he phon
es in one of those radio call-in shows and tells them I need a new wife.
Gw: Oh, you' re kidding. That' s so sweet.
Sa: Now he is obsessed with this one woman who wrote me.
Gr: Are you serious?
Sa: Yeah, she wants to meet me at the top of the Empire State Building.
Jo: On Valentine' s Day.
Gw: Oh, it's like that movie.
Jo: What movie?
Gw: "An Affair to Remember". Did you ever see it? Oh, God. Carey Grant and D
eborah Carr. Is it Carr or Kerr?
Sa & Gr: Carr.
Gw: Ok. She is going to meet him at the top of the Empire State Building, on
ly she got hit by a taxi. And he waited, and waited. And it was raining. I t
hink. And then she' s too proud to tell him that she' s a ... crippled, and
he' s too proud to find out why she doesn' t come. But he comes to see her a
nyway. I forgot why. But, oh, oh it' s so amazing when he comes to see her b
ecause he doesn' t even notice that she doesn' t get up to say hello. And he
' s very bitter. And you think that he' s just going to walk out the door, a
nd never know why she' s just lying there, you know, on the couch with this
blanket over her shriveled little legs...
Jo: Are you alright?
Gr: She' s is fine.
Gw: And suddenly, he saw the painting. And he goes to the bedroom and he loo
ks and he comes out and looks at her and he kind of just...and they know, an
d they hug...
Sa: That' s a chick movie.
Gr: I would say so. What kind of a person would wrrite to someone they heard
on the radio?
Sa: I got hundreds of letters from women all over the country.
Gr: Desperate women.
Gw: Just because someone is looking for a nice guy, doesn' t make them despe
Gr: How about" rapacious" and "love-starved"?
Gr: It is easier to be killed by a terrorist to find a husband after the age
Gw: That is absolutely untrue.
Gr: Right honey, right.
Sa: Well, I' m not looking for a mail-order bride. I' m just looking for som
e-one I can have a decent conversation with over dinner without having it fa
lling down into weepy tears over some movie.
Gr: She' s very emotional.
Sa: But I cried at the end fo "The Dirty Dozen".
Gr: Well who didn' t ?
Sa: Jim Brown is throwing these hand grenades down these air shafts and Rich
ard Jackel and Lee Marvin were sitting on the top of this armored personal c
arrier, and they' re dressed up like Nazis and Treaty Lopez... he busted his
neck when they were parachuting down behind Nazi lines. Richard Jackel had
an his shinny helmet because he was the MP.
Gr: Please no more... Oh, God I loved that movie.
Je: This is the best movie I' ve seen in my whole life.
Jo: What' s so great about it?
Je: You have to find her, Jonah. You have to go to her.
Jo: Do you know how much money it costs to go to New York?
Je: Nobody knows. It changes practically everyday. How much money do you hav
Je: I have 42$. That will probably cover taxicabs.
Jo: But how would I get there?
Jessica' s Mom: Honey, I have to run the tickets over to someone. Can you ke
ep an eye on things at front until I get back?
Je: Sure, mom. Do you want a window seat or on aisle?
Je: Do you want a food plate?
Jo: I don' t know. Do I ?
Je: I' d rather die than eat airplane food. I' m telling them you' re twelve
so that you can fly unaccompanied and the stewardess won' t carry you aroun
d and stuff like that.
Jo: Are you crazy? Who' d believe I' m twelve?
Je: If it' s in the computer, they believe anything.
Jo: Are you sure?
Je: Do you want me to say that you' re really short for your age and that th
' t say anything because it would hurt your feelings?
Jo: yeah that' s a great idea!
An: Oh, Walter.
Becky: You' re going to miss the train.
Annie: No, I' m not. I' m so happy, Becky. Finally, I feel happy. This is ri
ght. This is real Everything else is what happens when you watch too many mo
vie and you completely lose sight of what counts. Please, don' t tell anybod
y what happened because I would be so absolutely mortified if any one knew t
hat I did any-thing even remotely close to what I have done. Do you promise?
Be: I promise.
An: "Sleepless in Seattle" is history.
Walter: Go ahead.
Annie: No, you go.
Wa: Well I was just going to say that ever since Christmas, you' ve been dif
ferent kind of distracted, distant. But now it feels as if you' re coming ba
ck from where ever you were.
An: I am. I was just... I just... I just got... I think I got nervous. But t
hat' s normal, right? I mean don' t you ever feel nervous about, you know...
An: Well, I did and, you know what I think? I think I thought it was too per
fect, you know? I started to wonder if we were the human equivalent of two r
ights making a wrong. You know what it was? It was like kid' s myth... but n
ot, if you see what I mean, you have to grow up. You just can' t keep having
these adolescent fantasies about how exciting our life is going to be. (see
ing a set of china) Don' t hate me but I love this pattern.
Wa: You couldn' t.
An: I do.
Wa; This is just like my grandmother' s china.
Sales woman: How many plate settings should I put down?
An & Wa: Ten.
(Walter gives a box to Annie.)
Wa: It was my mother' s . I had them size it down. She had really fat finger
An: It' s so beautiful. It' s exactly what I would pick out if I had every r
ing in the whole world to choose from. You see what I mean. There are people
who would like a relationship to full of surprises. But I am not one of tho
se people. No siree. Surprises are highly over-rated.
(at the Sam' s )
Sam: I' m leaving first thing in the morning, but I' only going to be gone o
ne night. And Clarifies going to be here, so you' ll be able to see plenty o
f " Gerald" and "Nightmare on Elm Street 12" and I will never know.
Jonah: are you going with her?
Sa: I am going with Victoria. Yes. Don' t try anything tricky, understand? D
on' t go rolling I poison ivy as soon as I leave the house, or lock yourself
in a closet or do anything that needs stitches. If your finger falls off, i
t' s staying off. No one' s going to pack it on ice and take you to the hosp
ital, so you can be a breakthrough in laser surgery. Is this about that woma
n in Baltimore?
Jo: Annie, (slams the door) I don' t care what you do!
Sa: Good fine. I will tell you what I' m doing this weekend. I' m getting la
id. 1990' s and nobody is getting laid. I' m the only man in America who is
getting laid this weekend and I haven ' t been laid that much. Six girls in
college, maybe seven. How long have you been standing there?
Sa: What did you hear me just say?
Jo: Six girls in college, maybe seven.
Sa: Seven. Eight! Mary Kelly.
Jo: This is the one I like.
Sa: Jonah, the fact is, you' re not going to like any woman because it isn'
t our mother.
Jo: How do you know? What' s wrong about Annie?
Sa: Oh, Jonah, shut up!
Jo: Shut up?! Shut up? Mom never said "shut up" to me. Mom never yelled to m
Sa: The conversation is finished.
Jo: Why Can' t we go to New York?
Sa: There is no way that we are going on a plane to meet some woman who coul
d be a crazy lunatic. Didn' t you see Fatal Attraction?
Jo: You wouldn' t let me.
Sa: Well I saw it, and it scared the shit out of me. It scared the shit out
of every man in America.
Jo: I' m not leaving until you say "yes". I hate you. I hate you.
Sa: That' s good. You' ll have a lot of to tell Oprah. How your dad destroye
d your life ' cause he had to go off for a weekend special at the Holiday In
n... (Clarise arrives) Jonah, Clarise is here and I' ve got to go... Jonah.
Jonah? All right, Jonah. Listen, I got to go now. Jonah?
Sam: (running out) Hey Jonah! Jonah! Jonah? Jonah?!
(at the Jessica' s )
Jessica' s Mom: Jessica, honey. You have to tell us where he is. Jonah' s da
ddy is very upset.
Jessica' s Dad: Jessica, this is your father. Tell us where he is, right thi
Sa: What is that?
Jessica' s Dad: "No Way".
Sa: That' s "N-W".
Je: New York. He' s no his way to New York.
Jessica' s Mom: What?
Je: United (airline), 597.
Jessica' s Mom: Jessica.
Sa: When does it leave?
Jessica' s Dad: 7:30.
(Jonah is on his way to New York by air.)
Stewardess: (to Jonah) Here you go. Here' s a nice pin for you for flying wi
Jo: Thank you.
Stewardess: You' re welcome. Can I take this (bag) for you?
Cab Driver: Where to, kid?
Jo: The Empire State Building.
Cab Driver: Get a little farther away from the cab next time, Mac... Here it
is, whatcha gonna do? When you get up there? Spit off the top?
Jo: No. I' m going to meet my new mother.
Jo: (to a stranger) Excuse me. I' m Jonah. Are you Annie?
Woman: No. I' m Cynthia.
Jo: (to another strange) Excuse ,e. Are you Annie?
(Annie and Walter are at a restaurant.)
Walter: Oh, great table. Something wrong?
Waiter: Can I get you a drink?
Walter; Some champagne.
Annie: Fine, fine.
Walter: Can we have a bottle of Dom... Delousie (a fat actor from the 70' s
and 80' s ). Just kidding.
An: It was a joke. He meant Dom Perignon.
Waiter: I got it.
Walter: Beautiful view, isn' t it.
An: Walter, there' s something I have to tell you.
(Now Sam arrives at New York.)
Sam: Hey, money, money... (to cab driver) the Empire State Building, please.
(back to the restaurant)
Walter:So, he could be on top of the Empire State Building now.
An: No... I guess he could be... No. It' s not him, Walter, it' s me. I can'
t do this.
Wa: Look, Annie, I love you, but let' s leave that out of this. I don' t wan
t to be someone that you' re settling for. I don' t want to be someone that
anyone settles for. Marriage is hard enough without bringing such low expect
ations into it. Isn' t it?
An: Walter, I don' t deserve you.
Walter: No, I wouldn' t put it that way,but, OK.
(Annie returns the ring to Walter.)
An: You Ok?
An: It' s a sign.
Wa: Who needed a sign?
An: Walter, I have to go. (rashing out and getting on a taxi)
(on the Observation Deck of the Empire State building, Sam finds Jonah.)
Sam: Jonah! Jonah!
Sa: What if something had happened to you? What if I couldn' t get to you?
Jo: I' m sorry. I' m sorry.
Sa: What would I have done? You' re my family. You' re all I' ve got.
Jo: I thought she' d be here. I thought she' d come.
Sa: We' re doing Ok, aren' t we? I mean, aren' t we Ok? So far have I done a
nything really stupid?
Sa: I' ve screwed it up for the both of us?
(Annie rushes into the Empire State Building.)
Annie: (to guard) Observation deck.
Guard: Sorry, ma' am, but it' s too late.
An: No, please. I really need to get up there.
Guard: We' re closing up. No more runs tonight.
An: Listen, can I just take a look? There' s someone I was supposed to meet.
He' s probably not here, but if I don' t at least look. I' ll always wonder
Guard: "Carey Grant" right?
An: You know that movie?
Guard: One of my wife' s favorites.
(Sam and Jonah are to go downstairs in elevator.)
Sam: Hey, maybe when we get home, we'll get a dog.
Sa: what do you mean "O-K"? wouldn' t you like to have a dog?
(Annie goes upstairs while Sam and Jonah have been downstairs.)
Elevator operator: I' m sorry ma' am. Empty.
An: Can I take a minute?
Elevator operator: go ahead.
(Annie finds a parcel while Sam and Jonah comes over.)
Jo: I left it by the telescopes.
Sa: It' s you.
An: It' s me.
Sa; I saw you in the street.
Jo: Are you Annie?
Sa: you' re Annie?
An: This is must be yours.
Jo: I' m Jonah. This is my dad. His name' s Sam.
An: And who ' s this (referring to the doll bear)?
An: Oh, Howard. Hello, Howard.
Sa: We' d better go. Shall we?
An: Sam, it' s nice to meet you.
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