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VOICE ON TELEVISION

...this semi-final we're seeing the two giants of football, England and Argentina...

BRIDGET

Come on, England!

HECTOR

Come on, Argentina!

VOICE ON TELEVISION

...but that strong team. England ... ... ... I think ... ... score! Yes! It looks like it - aww! Oh! Now, Argentina, have they got ... ... .. They're looking dangerous! They've got through the defence and, and they score! Come on, England. They've got to pull themselves together. And who's this? Look at him. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... match and England have ... ... ... and yes! ... ... ...! ... ... ...

BRIDGET

Wow! What a game!

ANNIE

Yeah, it was fantastic!

Oh, poor Hector.

Argentina did very well against England.

BRIDGET

Yeah, but not well enough!

ANNIE

Ooh, we must not look too happy.

We promised Nick not to tell him the score and Hector, you must not look too sad.

Come on, try to smile. Come on, snuggly-puppykins. Like this. Hmm, it'll do.

Sound of door opening

ANNIE

Oh, hi Nick.

NICK

Hello.

BRIDGET

Hi, Nick.

NICK

Good match?

ANNIE

You know, so-so.

BRIDGET

Yeah.

NICK

Where's the tape?

BRIDGET

Hector's got it.

NICK

Where's Hector?

BRIDGET

In your apartment.

NICK

Oh. Bye then.

BRIDGET and ANNIE

Bye.

Sound of door slamming

ANNIE and BRIDGET

[Laughing/sound of handclapping]

NICK

Hi, Hector.

HECTOR

Nick, my friend, you are back.

NICK

Is this is the football match?

HECTOR

Yup.

What?

NICK

You won, didn't you.

HECTOR

Won what?

NICK

The football. Argentina beat England, didn't they.

HECTOR

Nick, I promised you I wouldn't say anything.

NICK

But I know. You're so happy.

HECTOR

No, I'm not.

NICK

I knew it! I knew it!

Oh, poor England, my country. Oh.

HECTOR

Nick, you can watch the match on video.

NICK

Oh, I can't bear it. How, Hector, how could you? How could Argentina beat England? Ohh!

HECTOR

Nick, just watch the tape.

BRIDGET

Oh, I can't wait to see Miguel! I'm going to the hairdresser's to get my hair done for gorgeous Miguel. Bye!

Sound of telephone ringing

HECTOR

Hello?

MIGUEL

Hola, Hector, soy Miguel ¡de Barcelona!

HECTOR

Hola, Miguel, soy Hector ¡de Argentina! O Bridget acaba de salir.

MIGUEL

No, quiero hablar contigo. Necesito aprender inglés para Bridget.

HECTOR

OK, repeat after me - repita conmigo: “Bridget, you are so beautiful.”

MIGUEL

"Bridget, you are so beautiful."

HECTOR

"Bridget, I love your hair."

MIGUEL

"Bridget, I love your hair."

HECTOR

"And your smile."



MIGUEL

"And your smile."



Hector, muchas gracias!

HECTOR

No problem, Miguel. See you later.

ANNIE

Hector and Bridget! How could they?

BRIDGET [Composing email]

I love football, especially our gorgeous English players. But I am sorry for Hector, because England beat Argentina.

ANNIE

Argentina did very well against England.

BRIDGET

Yeah, but not well enough!

BRIDGET [Composing email]

Well, only a little bit sorry!

ANNIE [Composing email]

Bridget is having a bad hair today and she is worried because Miguel is arriving this evening.

BRIDGET

This is an emergency. I need a hair appointment. I need a style that a Spanish football fan will adore.

ANNIE [Composing email]

But then I heard Hector talking to Bridget on the phone. He said she was beautiful.

HECTOR

"Bridget, you are so beautiful."

ANNIE [Composing email]

I don't understand.


Date: 2015-12-11; view: 223


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