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Narrative

 

ANNIE [reading email message/replying to email]

‘What’s he like?’

Oh. ‘Argentinian …tall … handsome.’

‘Oh, wow, fantastic! A new boyfriend for you maybe!’ [Laughs/sneezes]

‘Maybe, but don’t tell Bridget!’

 

BRIDGET

Hector please, call me Gigi.

 

ANNIE

Oh Hector, call me Gigi.

[sending email] ‘Must go. More news later. A.’

 

BRIDGET

Is Hector still asleep?

 

ANNIE

 

BRIDGET

Hector, wakey-wakey.

Come on, rise and shine.

 

Hector makes snoring noises

 

ANNIE

Sweet!

 

BRIDGET

Oh, good morning. [Sneezes]

 

HECTOR

Oh, good morning. [Sneezes]

 

ANNIE

Uh, no, no, no, good morning, ah-ah-ah.

 

HECTOR

Good morning, ah-ah-ah.

 

ANNIE

No Hector, I have a cold.

 

BRIDGET

And so have I.

 

HECTOR

Oh you have a cold, Bridget.

 

 

BRIDGET

Yes, I have a cold.

 

ANNIE

Yes, we have a cold, so let’s begin again.

Good morning.

 

HECTOR

Good morning.

 

BRIDGET

Oh never mind.

Hector, would you like some …

… New pyjamas?

 

HECTOR

Mmm?

 

BRIDGET

Hector, please excuse me for a moment.

Annie, bathroom. Now!

 

HECTOR

Good morning.

 

NICK

Good morning.

Is it fancy dress?

 

HECTOR

Fancy dress?

 

NICK

Oh, nice.

Hey, nice car, ay.

 

HECTOR

I have this car at home.

 

NICK

Wow, you have this car at home.

 

HECTOR

 

NICK

Girls must love you.

 

HECTOR

Girls, no.

 

NICK

No?

Hector, can I tell you something?

 

 

HECTOR

 

NICK

The car looks good.

 

HECTOR

Ah-ay.

 

NICK

So you must look good too! Ha-hmm?

 

HECTOR

I look good!

 

NICK

You don’t look good.

But I can help.

 

HECTOR

OK!

 

NICK

OK!

 

BRIDGET

Hector’s clothes are awful!

 

ANNIE

Oh, they’re so old fashioned!

 

BRIDGET

I know, I’ll take him shopping.

 

ANNIE

But Bridget you’re so busy that I’ll take him shopping.

 

BRIDGET

No, it’s all right, I’ll take him shopping.

 

ANNIE

But there’s no problem, I’ll take him shopping.

 

BRIDGET

I said I’ll take him shopping!!

 

Sound of sneezing

 

NICK

You need, you need a – oh hi, babe!

 

BRIDGET

Oh it’s you, Nick.

 

 

ANNIE

Oh hi, Nick.

 

NICK

Hector has asked me what clothes to wear.

 

BRIDGET

Yeah, right.

 

NICK

You need a look, like on a fast bike.

 

BRIDGET

No, no, no, no, Hector, don’t listen to Nick, listen to me.

 

HECTOR

 

BRIDGET

You need a designer look.

 

ANNIE

No, no, no, Hector, that’s not for you.

You need, you need a cowboy look.

 

NICK

No, no, a leather jacket.

 

BRIDGET

A bandanna and a vest.

 

ANNIE

A denim shirt.

 

NICK

A motor bike!

 

BRIDGET

Designer!

 

ANNIE

Cowboy!

 

HECTOR

Ah, stop!!

OK, I will go shopping.

 

BRIDGET

What?

 

ANNIE

On your own?

 

NICK

But – you need us!

 

 

HECTOR

Ah, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.

 

ANNIE

How?

What will you say?

 

HECTOR

Erm …

 

NICK

It’s OK, leave it to me.

I am the shopkeeper, you are the customer.

 

HECTOR

Uh?

 

NICK

This is a shop.

I sell, you buy.

 

HECTOR

Oh, OK.

Oh, ding-dong.

Good morning.

 

NICK

Good morning!

Can I help you?

 

HECTOR

I … I …

 

NICK

I would like  …

 

HECTOR

I would like … a jacket, please.

 

NICK

 

HECTOR

Uh?

 

NICK

I would like a pair of trousers please.

 

HECTOR

Oh, I would like a pair of trou-sers please.

– And a shirt.

 

NICK

No. shoes.

I would like a pair of shoes, please.

 

HECTOR

I would like a pair of shoes, please.

And a cat for my head.

 

NICK

I think you mean a hat.

 

HECTOR

Eh?

 

NICK

This is a cat!

 

HECTOR

[Laughs]

A cat for my head!

 

ANNIE

Hector, come shopping with me.

 

BRIDGET

Or me.

 

ANNIE

No, me.

 

BRIDGET

He’s my pen friend!

 

NICK

All right!

Me, you and you will go shopping for Hector a little bit each

I will go to the shoe shop.

 

ANNIE

And I will go to the clothes shop.

 

BRIDGET

No, I’ll go to the clothes shop!

 

ANNIE

OK, I’ll just buy the shirt.

 

BRIDGET

I’ll buy the trousers!

 

NICK

Good! Hah!

 

HECTOR

 

ANNIE

Right, let’s go!

Oh, no, I completely forgot!

We need, eggs, lemons and dog food.

Oh, it’s all right, I’ll do it on line later.

 

HECTOR

Eggs, lemon, dog food.

 

ANNIE

Oh well done, Hector.

 

BRIDGET

Bye Hector.

Oh and don’t answer the phone, it might be the tarantula.

 

HECTOR

 

NICK

Bye Hector, be good.

And if you can’t be good, be careful.

Ha-ha.

 

HECTOR

Eh?

 

NICK

Never mind!

 

ANNIE [sending email]

‘Nadia I have a cold.

Bridget has a cold and Hector has …’

 

BRIDGET

… New pyjamas.

 

ANNIE [sending email]

‘Terrible pyjamas.

Oh, you should see them Nadia.

They are so funny!’

 

BRIDGET [sending email]

‘Hi, sweetie.

I wanted to buy Hector some new clothes on my own.’

I’ll take him shopping.

‘But Annie and Nick said they wanted to shop for Hector as well.

So guess what?

We’re all going shopping for Hector.’

 

NICK

Me, you and you can go shopping for Hector, a little bit each.

 

BRIDGET [sending email]

‘What will he look like?’

 

NICK [sending email]

‘And Annie thinks Hector needs a cowboy look.’

 

ANNIE

He needs a cowboy look!

 

NICK [sending email]

But I think he needs a biker look like me!

Yeah!

 

NICK

You need a look, like on a fast bike!

 

HECTOR

Good morning sir.

I would like a cat for my head!

Oh, room service.

Hello, I would like an egg for my head, ha-ha!

Lemons for my head!

 

Intercom buzzes

 

HECTOR

Oh, dog food for my head.

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Who’s that?

 

HECTOR

Aah!

The tarantula!

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

I said, who’s that?

 

HECTOR

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Where’s Bridget?

 

HECTOR

Erm, where is Bridget?

Me, I am Bridget.

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

I don’t believe you.

 

HECTOR

Yes, I have a cold! [Sneezes]

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Oh, I’m sorry.

 

HECTOR

[Sneezes]

Oh, thank you. [Sneezes]

 

Dog barks

 

HECTOR

Ssh!

Charlie!

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Is that a dog?

 

HECTOR

No, no, it is not a dog, … Annie has a cold also!

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Oh, poor Annie.

 

HECTOR

Thank you.

[Sneezes]

Now goodbye!

[Sneezes]

Oh, oh ole!

I am Hector, I speak Englis …

Eggs, lemons, dog food.

Eggs, lemons, dog food.

 

HECTOR

Oh hi, [erm] good, good afternoon Annie.

 

ANNIE

Good afternoon Hector.

I bought this for you.

 

HECTOR

Oh, what is it?

 

ANNIE

Try it on.

 

HECTOR

Eh?

 

ANNIE

TRY IT ON!

 

HECTOR

TRY IT ON?

Oh, try it on!

Oh, ah.

 

BRIDGET

Where’s Hector?

 

ANNIE

In the bathroom.

 

BRIDGET

I’ll give this to him.

 

ANNIE

It’s OK, I’ll give it to him!

 

BRIDGET

No, it’s all right.

 

Sound of knocking on door

 

BRIDGET

Hector …

 

ANNIE

Hector …

 

BRIDGET

I’ve got something for you.

 

HECTOR

Oh, OK.

Come in.

 

BRIDGET

Spoil sport!

 

NICK

Hector!

Hector!

 

HECTOR

 

NICK

Here are your clothes, you will look so cool.

 

HECTOR

Cool?

 

NICK

Co-ol.

 

HECTOR

Cool!

 

NICK

Nice melons!

 

BRIDGET

Melons?

Who are those from?

 

ANNIE

Ah, I think Hector has been shopping online.

Oh, I’m really thirsty, I need a drink.

 

BRIDGET

But we don’t need any melons!

 

 

 

 

ANNIE

Well he did try!

And he bought some eggs.

Yeah, just a few.

 

NICK [sending email]

‘Yo Dan!

Hector did the shopping today.’

Nice melons.

‘He bought one hundred and forty four eggs.’

 

ANNIE

Just a few.

 

NICK

‘And ten melons instead of ten lemons.’

What an idiot.

Ha!

 

HECTOR

I would like some eggs please.

I would like some lemons please.

And oh, dog food for my head!

Ha, ha, ha, thank you!

 

ANNIE [sending email]

‘I went shopping for Hector today and bought him something really cool!

I cannot wait for him to try it on.’

ANNIE

TRY IT ON.

 

BRIDGET [sending email]

‘I went to the clothes shop and bought Hector a really trendy outfit!

He will look just like David Beckham!’

 

BRIDGET

I’ve got something for you!

 

ANNIE

So how did Hector do the shopping?

Ah-ha!

Hector ordered ten melons instead of ten lemons.

Oh, an easy mistake, he did try.

 

BRIDGET

Yes, he did try.

 

NICK

And what about the eggs?

 

ANNIE

OK, eggs.

You buy a dozen eggs, yeah.

 

NICK

Yep, a dozen is ten.

 

BRIDGET

A dozen is twelve, stupid!

 

NICK

I know!

 

ANNIE

Well Hector has put the number twelve here.

 

NICK

Well that’s OK,  that’s one box.

 

ANNIE

No, he ordered twelve boxes.

 

BRIDGET

One hundred and forty four.

 

ANNIE

Now, dog food.

 

NICK

Ha, ha, I can’t wait!

 

HECTOR

OK, I’m ready!

 

NICK

We’re ready!

 

BRIDGET

Enter!

 

HECTOR

Do you like it?

Well?

 

ANNIE

Ah [erm] I like the shirt.

 

BRIDGET

I like the sarong.

 

NICK

I like the shoes.

 

HECTOR

So, am I co-ol?

 

NICK, BRIDGET & ANNIE

[Erm].

 

HECTOR

I’m not cool.

 

 

NICK, BRIDGET & ANNIE

[Erm] no.

 

HECTOR

So, I will go shopping.

 

NICK

Here we go again.

Hector! You can’t go out there on your own.

You went shopping on the Internet.

 

HECTOR

 

NICK

Ha-ha!

You ordered melons instead of lemons and too many eggs.

Have you ever been to a supermarket?

 

HECTOR

My …

 

NICK

Who are these?

 

HECTOR

My …

 

NICK

… Servants.

 

HECTOR

Yeah, my servants..

 

NICK

Now I understand.

 

BRIDGET

Come on Hector, I will teach you how to shop, Hector …

 

ANNIE

‘Till you drop.

Bridget and I will be the shopkeepers.

 

BRIDGET

And you are our customer!

 

HECTOR

OK. [Clears throat]

Good afternoon.

 

BRIDGET

Good afternoon!

 

 

ANNIE

Can I help you sir?

 

HECTOR

Eh?

 

BRIDGET

What would you like to buy?

 

HECTOR

Oh, I would like some …

 

ANNIE

… Clothes!

 

HECTOR

Yes, I would like some clothes, please.

 

BRIDGET

What size?

 

HECTOR

Eh?

 

BRIDGET

What … size.

 

HECTOR

I don’t know.

 

BRIDGET

I’ll have to measure you then.

Arms up please.

 

HECTOR

Eh?

 

ANNIE

Arms up, please.

 

HECTOR

Oh, arms up, please.

 

BRIDGET

Ooh! One hundred and twelve centimetres!

 

ANNIE

Chest, one hundred and twelve centimetres.

 

BRIDGET

And waist.

Eighty two centimetres.

 

ANNIE

Waist, eighty two centimetres.

 

BRIDGET

And … l-e-g!!  [laughs]  …

 

NICK

I’ll do that!

 

BRIDGET

No, it’s OK!

 

NICK

[Clears throat]

Eight-ty seven centimetres!

 

BRIDGET

Now, do you like these trousers?

 

ANNIE

Do you like this shirt?

 

HECTOR

Ye-es.

 

BRIDGET

Good, that’s [erm] …

Five thousand pounds.

 

HECTOR

 

ANNIE

No, no, no Hector.

Five thousand pounds is, is … eight thousand dollars!

 

HECTOR

 

BRIDGET

It’s too much, it’s too expensive.

 

NICK

Not for Hector!

 

HECTOR

So, I am ready to go shopping!

Ha ha!

 

ANNIE

Good luck.

 

BRIDGET

Yeah, good luck.

 

NICK

You’ll need it!

 

BRIDGET & ANNIE

[Sneezing]

 

BRIDGET

Where’s my lemon drink, Nick?

 

ANNIE

Nick, are there any more tissues?

 

NICK

All right, I’m coming as fast as I can!

 

ANNIE

Oh, I feel awful.

 

BRIDGET

Oh, me too.

Nothing will make me feel better.

 

Sound of knocking on door

 

ANNIE

Oh, can you get that please Nick?

 

NICK

Oh, it’s only Hector.

 

HECTOR

Well, is it cool?

 

NICK

Wow, man! Well done!

You look great!

 

HECTOR

I  would like a shirt, please.

 

BRIDGET

Excellent!

Oh the clothes are super!

 

HECTOR

And a pair of trou-sers.

 

ANNIE

Oh, you are clever, Hector!

 

HECTOR

And a pair of shoes, please! [Laughs]

I have been shopping!

 

Sound of intercom

 

BRIDGET

Oh, I’ll get it.

 

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

It’s me.

 

BRIDGET

Oh, hello.

It’s the tarantula!

How are you?

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Fine, thank you.

 

BRIDGET

Oh, good, good.

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

How’s your cold?

 

BRIDGET

How’s my cold?

Well how did you know I have a cold?

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

You told me this morning.

 

HECTOR

Me, I am Bridget.

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

I don’t believe you.

 

HECTOR

Yes, I have a cold. [Sneezes]

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Oh, I’m sorry.

 

HECTOR

Thank you.

[Sneezes]

 

BRIDGET

Yes, silly me!

I told you this morning.

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Why are four hundred tins of dog food here for Annie?

 

BRIDGET

Pardon?

I don’t know.

… Well, how strange!

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Four hundred tins.

 

 

 

BRIDGET

Yes, that’s a lot of tins.

Well I really don’t know.

 

Landlady [Speaking on intercom]

Can you ask Annie?

 

BRIDGET

Yes, I’ll ask Annie, goodbye.

The tarantula said, why have four hundred tins of dog food downstairs?

 

ANNIE

Four hundred tins?

 

NICK, BRIDGET & ANNIE

Hector!!

 

 

COMMENTARY [v.o.]

Next time in EXTRA.

Annie goes dating on the Internet and so do Nick and Hector, but do they like their dates?

Extra – don’t miss it!

 

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