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Studio Reader Stan 4
By Stephen Kogon
Saturday, April 16, 2005

Rated "PG" by the Author.

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Follow the misfortunes of Studio Reader Stan as he tries to work and survive in Hollywood.

Studio Reader Stan walks into Ms. Pantsworthís office, a studio executive at Demure Studios. She smokes a giant cigar.

Ms. Pantsworth: How yaí doing, Studio Reader Stan? Want a cigar? Theyíre from Nicaragua.

Studio Reader Stan: No, I donít smoke. And itís Larry.

Ms. Pantsworth: What Ė itís because Iím a woman, right? If a dude exec offered you a cigar, youíd probably be smoking it right now and offering to find him chicks so he can deal with his mid-life crisis.

Studio Reader Stan: Actually, no, I just donít smoke.

Ms. Pantsworth: If you insist. Anyway, this script, "Katieís Illness." I see you gave it a Consider.

Studio Reader Stan: Yes, I thought it was very heartfelt.

Ms. Pantsworth: Well, I read the synopsis and it doesnít sound funny enough. Iím going to pass.

Studio Reader Stan: Itís about a young homeless girl dying of cancer. Iím pretty sure they werenít going for laughs.

Ms. Pantsworth: Look, I have a very heavy social agenda, and these scripts are totally getting in the way. So why donít you just assume Iíll pass on everything.

Studio Reader Stan: Does that include the scripts of my own Iíve given you?

Ms. Pantsworth: Iíll get to them first chance I get. In the meantime, hereís some more scripts for you to tell me to never read.

She hands him several scripts.

Studio Reader Stan: These are the ones I wrote.

Ms. Pantsworth: Really? Well, I trust youíll be objective. Now hand me that boar axe, itís time for my three-minute workout.

Tune in next week for more of Studio Reader Stanís adventuresÖ†

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Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 4/16/2005
love these; keep these coming! well done! :)

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