A small section here in comparison to the previous posts. The day after the stag and prior to the bad-ass conclusion that awaits. The final "Immigrant" appears here, along with a few secondary characters, like Clarissa. The co-writer did all of her dialogue throughout the script, by the way. I also noticed how many CUT TO's were misused while reading this again. The entire script, not just this section. This part shouldn't take too long to read. Don't worry, it is almost over...
INT. FRANCO'S ICE CREAM - AFTERNOON
Brad's smiling face.
Hey guy, you want a free cone?
Yet another IMMIGRANT, make that #3, gazes at Brad. The
question is a mystery as this man has NO grasp of the English
Give to me a bananana milkshake.
Brad backs off of the counter, slides open the freezer door
with great force, and then hurriedly scoops some banana ice
cream into a Styrofoam cup. He slams the cup on the counter.
Here! Shake it yourself.
Immigrant #3 timidly takes the cup offered to him, but
doesn't pay. Brad doesn't seem to care.
Bald Bull barges into the parlor and steps in front of
Immigrant #3, who looks into his cup of ice cream.
Bald Bull turns to face Immigrant #3.
Wait your turn, chief.
Immigrant #3 exits the parlor.
Jesse turns his attention away from his work on the soft
What's up, Bull?
Where's that little turd at?
I haven't seen him all day.
He's probably still hung over.
You hear about last night?
Fuck last night. I'm here to see
that small piece of slime.
Have a seat.
Bald Bull takes a seat against the wall, next to an
inflatable cow display.
Still bitching about Punch-Out?
I'm here to collect my money.
I did it. I beat Tyson in the first
You can't do it. The program itself
won't let you.
You want a piece of this action,
Not me, Charlie. I get stuck on
(to Bald Bull)
You want a free cone?
Hey numbnuts, I'm lactose
intolerant. You forget?
Brad shrugs his shoulders and walks to the back of the
Clarissa enters the parlor.
(quietly to himself)
Hi. how you doing?
Not too much. I was just watching
Yeah. They had this old episode of
'In Search Of.'
Brad returns to the front.
Do you know what I mean? The show
narrated by Leonard Nimoy?
He played 'Spock' on 'Star Trek.'
I know who he is.
Did you know he directed 'Three Men
and a Baby?'
The movie with the ghost?
'Ghostbusters?' That's with Bill
He was in 'Stripes.' Damn good
movie. Damn good.
(turns to Bald Bull)
I've never seen that. What's it
I've never even heard of that.
You never heard of 'Stripes?'
No. I've heard of 'Stripe' from
Don't you mean 'Ghoulies?'
They made 'Critters' as well.
How did we get to that?
I have no idea.
Where is that fool?
You know Dio?
I met 'Debbie Gibson' at the mall.
What was on the show?
The show you were going to tell me
Um...I don't remember.
No, it wasn't him.
A LARGE GROUP of kids enter the parlor with a parent or two.
Jesse ignores all of them.
Brad is left to serve all of them. They are misbehaving and
rowdy. The parents do not discipline them as they run AMOK.
Ronnie James enters the parlor, he looks rather ragged.
Bald Bull goes over to Ronnie James upon his arrival and
hovers above Ronnie James with an aggressive stance.
Pay up, chump. I've been looking
for you for a few days now. I beat
Tyson in the first round three days
My word is proof enough.
That ain't proof. I need proof.
Like tape it next time.
How about I show you in person.
Just bring your cash.
I don't know why you insist on
talking so much trash about
something you can't do.
A KID eating an ice cream cone, stands next to Ronnie James
and Bald Bull.
Shut up. I can beat him so fast in
the first round, that I'd have time
to take out Super Machoman and Von
Now you're talking nonsense. I bet
that you have a hard time handling
the Kaiser the second time around.
Don't mess with me. No one can
touch me, you're nothing but a--
Bald Bull notices the kid who stands in their space. He looks
at the kid, annoyed.
Can I help you?
Bald Bull and Ronnie James stand in simultaneous silence and
stare at the kid with no expression. Their postures relax
slightly, as they look like two, identical entities.
It's a video game. About boxing.
Yeah, you're a small fry, like this
(points at Ronnie James)
And you fight a bunch of really
cool characters, until you get the
chance to fight Mike Tyson.
Bald Bull and Ronnie James await the kid's reply. The kid
licks the ice cream cone.
The kid walks away and joins the other kids in a huddle.
Ronnie James and Bald Bull stare at the kid, each shocked and
EXT. GARAGE - MORNING
Jesus exits his garage. He rubs the crust from his eyes while
he shuts the door.
He meanders about the sidewalk, observing the daily
activities of the citizens on the sidewalks and streets.
Seemingly EVERYONE who sees Jesus reacts to his appearance
with a look of utter confusion or a snicker.
Life goes on around Jesus as CUSTOMERS enter/exit the strip
of stores. A JOGGER runs past Jesus. A WOMAN walking her dog
passes by Jesus with great speed. She stares at him.
Two men, a GROCER, 50ish, and an IRATE CUSTOMER, mid 40's,
argue. Inaudible to Jesus at first, he closes in on the stand
and witnesses the Irate Customer gesticulate erratically. The
Grocer retaliates and waves a bag of fruit.
Come on, these are 49 cents a pound
at the supermarket.
Don't give me that shit. My stuff's
fresh. Just try and find stuff that
fresh at the big stores.
You're ripping me off!
Jesus walks up to the two men and stands very close to them.
They notice him.
69 cents a pound is not ripping
That's practically stealing from
me! What the hell is wrong with
You don't like it, go somewhere
else for your nectarines.
That's the smartest thing you said
Smart? You want smart? I'm about to
DO the smartest thing I've done all
You're the kind of guy who should
be stoned in the streets, you
Jesus calmly steps in between the two men and looks into the
eyes of the customer.
He who is without sin may cast the
The Grocer looks Jesus up and down.
Mind your own business, hippie!
The two men continue to argue. They get so close that their
chests nearly touch. They bump together, separating
themselves from Jesus in the process. Jesus puts his head
down and continues to roam the streets.