Original Screenplay by Jason Wiese
HOUSESECOND FLOOR BATHROOMNATHAN SIMPSON, a scrawny, nerdy-looking teenager withglasses and a bad haircut, is staring confidently athimself in the mirror as part of his daily ritual before heleaves for school.NATHAN(optimistically)
Today is finally the day that I won‟t
get made fun of, I can feel it. Thisis the day that I will finally get agirlfriend, I can feel it. And why
shouldn‟t I have
smart, I‟m fun and
I know how to treat a girl.(smiles)
Yeah, that‟s right, today‟s the day
that it all finally works out for me.
NATHAN‟S MOM (O.S.)
(yells)Nathan, time for me to drop you off atschool, you ready?NATHAN(yells)Coming mom!Nathan takes the time to fix one piece of hair on his head
even though it doesn‟t make a bit of difference then he
winks at himself in the mirror.INT.
NATHAN‟S HIGH SCHOOL
CAFETERIANathan is sitting by himself at a long table in anotherwise crowded lunchroom cafeteria.
He‟s minding his business just eating a sandwich when
suddenly a big ball of tin foil comes flying over and hitshim in the face.