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INT. JOHN’S BEDROOM - DAY

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JOHN is miserably laying in his room on the day of his graduation party. John hasn’t been the same since his best friend BONGO moved to Costa Rica. John is in his room, on the phone with BONGO, talking quietly so that the other people at his party don’t hear him. ! JOHN Bongo, how’ve you been man? I haven’t talked to you in like a month. BONGO Been good, bra. Just surfin’ and what not. I mean, the waves out here are radical. JOHN Some big boys? BONGO They’ve been getting up to like 50 feet, my dude. JOHN Sick. I can’t believe it’s been two years since I’ve actually seen you in person. It’s just two long, man. BONGO Yo bra, I was thinking the same thing. I mean like us being in the same place at the same time talking to each other hasn’t happened in like two years bra. JOHN Truth. I’m trying my hardest to find out a way to get out there, man. I mean, I just don’t have the money to pay for the flight, ya know? BONGO I have been trying to get a job, but the waves have been holding me back. I mean it’s like I hear their voices in the morning. They’re saying, “Shred me bro, Glide on my crests!” You know I can’t resist that.


JOHN Yeah. I mean, I had a job for a while, but school got in the way. Now that school’s over, I’m searching but a lot of places ain’t hiring. BONGO Keep trying, I guess. soon, duder!

We gotta meet up

JOHN All right man, I got to go. It’s my graduation party, and my family and friends are over. BONGO Tell those stiffs to throw you some bones and lets get you down here. JOHN Haha yeah right. I miss ya, man. see you soon.

I’ll

BONGO Alright bra, me too. If you find the cash give me a ring, dude. We’ll shred. JOHN Where theres a will, there a wave, dude. BONGO You got it! I’ll see ya. love you, bra.

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INT. JOHN’S HOUSE - DAY

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After John hangs up on the telephone with Bongo, he braces himself for what he is about to encounter. He puts his hair behind his ears, adjusts his BFF locator watch given to him by Bongo, and takes a deep breath. As he opens the door, he is swarmed by numerous amounts of people all congratulating him on his graduation from high school.


DISTANT RELATIVE 1 Congratulations! I knew you could do it! (Hands him an envelope) Thanks.

JOHN Only took me six years.

DISTANT RELATIVE 2 Any decisions on college yet? (Hands him an envelope) JOHN Uhh… DISTANT RELATIVE 3 Oh John, we are so proud of you. truly is an accomplishment. (Hands him an envelope)

This

JOHN Thank you everyone for all of the, like, enthusiasm and, uh, thoughtfulness! I really appreciate all of your fine gifts. (Continues walking around the house avoiding everyone.) GRANDMA So what are your plans for college? You gunna’ follow in your grandfather’s steps and go to state? Maybe you should get out of the Midwest. JOHN Not exactly sure yet. I’d like to do a little traveling somewhere, but I don’t… JOHN’S MOM (Interrupting John’s conversation) JOHN! Where are you? GRANDMA Ope! Sounds like your mothers looking for ya.


JOHN I’m in the living room Mom! JOHN’S MOM Come to the dining room so that your father and I can give you you’re graduation gift! JOHN OK! (JOHN walks towards the dining room without any life. He doesn’t care what his parents got him. He puts on a fake smile.) HEY! JOHN’S MOM When your father and I were thinking about what we wanted to get you for your graduation, we had a hard time coming up with the perfect gift, soo we kept on thinking and thinking until we came up with a good idea. That idea is in this envelope that we want you to have. JOHN’S DAD Now this gift is really from our hearts, John. And we’re pretty darn certain you’ll like it. JOHN Mom, Dad, you shouldn’t have. (Folks hand over the envelope, he opens envelope and realizes that his graduation gift is a round trip ticket to Costa Rica.) Oh my God!! I can’t believe you got me this! I was just talking to Bongo about how much I wished I could visit him. This is bodacious!


JOHN’S DAD Well son, we knew how much you’ve missed Bongo over these past 2 years, since he moved to Costa Rica, so we thought that you’d be excited to go visit. JOHN I still just don’t know what to say. I’m, like, practically speechless. JOHN’S DAD I think there’s only one thing left for ya to do, son. Maybe you should call a certain someone and tell him that you’re coming! JOHN (With phone already in hand) I’m a step ahead of you Dad! BONGO Hello. JOHN Bongo! What? No.

BONGO Are you watching cops too? JOHN Guess what? Bongo

What bra? JOHN Guess what my parents got me for my graduation gift? BONGO Huh? A graduation drift? JOHN No, duder, not drift. graduation GIFT.

Whats that?

I said, my


BONGO Oh right, my bad. Did they buy you Hungry Hungry Hippos?? That’s one crazy game huh, bra? JOHN True. But no man, no hippos. Let’s just say that I’ll be seein’ you in 10 days. BONGO What?! How?! Your parents got you a plane ticket? JOHN Yeah! BONGO Bodacious. We’ll be shreddin’ waves and taking names in no time, bra! JOHN Yeah. (Pauses) Shreddin’ waves and taking names.

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INT. AIRPLANE AND AIRPORT

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Ten days have gone by now and the day has finally come for John to go and visit his best buddy Bongo. He has checked through security, and he gets settled on the airplane to Costa Rica. We see him looking out the window of the airplane as he flies over the great ocean. John is dressed for the occasion with his Hawaiian t-shirt and flip-flops. Due to his appearance, he is getting looked at very funny on the airplane. JOHN The ocean is so beautiful. I mean, the view from up here is nuts, huh man? (The foreign man next to him just stares at him without a response.)


JOHN (Cont’d) So where’s the best place to get a pina colada in Costa Rica? (Once again the man gives no response.) (John looks away out the window, and he lands in Costa Rica, but to his surprise it is not what he imagined.) JOHN Where are the hula girls waiting to “lay me”? Why does the capitol’s airport look like a garden shed made of scrap metal? Wow this looks like a horseshit country. Hope this isn’t how Costa Rica really is. (John gets off of the plane and heads towards the exit of the airport.) Excuse me sir where can I find some type of transportation to Nosara? AIRPORT BYSTANDER 1 Nosara? Are you crazy? You even know where that is? JOHN Excuse me sir, do you know where Nosara is? AIRPORT BYSTANDER 2 Find it yourself, asshole! JOHN People just aren’t friendly here. Oh wait, my parents gave me a map for when I got here. (John reaches in his pocket, pulls out a map, and looking at the map, assumes that Nosara is very close to the airport. The problem is that the airport is on the far west coast of Costa Rica.)


You have got to be kidding me! All the way on the west coast! How am I ever gunna to get there? AIRPORT BYSTANDER 3 Hey tourist! Tryin’ to go to Nosara? JOHN You know it, sir! Can you help me out? (the bystander points toward a bus) You wouldn’t happen to know a Bongo would you? AIRPORT BYSTANDER 3 A Bongo? JOHN Nevermind. 4

INT. CITY BUS - DAY

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A rickety bus pulls up with a cardboard sign, “Nosara” taped to the front. John eagerly hops on board and takes an empty city next to an old local man. On the bus trip, he realizes he isn’t in the island paradise he imagined. Along with the apparent poverty he is overwhelmed with, the people on the bus constantly shoot malicious stares at John. Often they lean to each other and exchange words, never taking their eyes off John. JOHN Nosara? Ya!

BUS DRIVER Hurry on!

JOHN This seat being saved? PASSENGER 1 (says something in foreign language) JOHN (sitting down behind bus driver) Mahalo!


PASSENGER 2 I don’t need your money!

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INT. CITY BUS - NIGHT

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Watching the sun go down out of the hazy window, the bus pulls to a stop. Mid-thought, a large knife presses tightly against his neck, two men rob him and run off. John stands up to make a chase but the bus thrusts forward, putting him back in his seat where he looks around for some type of explanation or sympathy from the other passengers. Several more hours pass until they arrive in another small town parking lot behind a small dark building where a few other buses are parked. Everyone gets off the bus and John realizes he is not in Nosara, or anywhere near the coast. Finding a bus chart taped to a telephone pole, John realizes the next bus leaving for Nosara isn’t until the next morning. JOHN Hey, whats goin’ on, Mr. Bus driver? CROOK 1 You move, I kill you. first!

Take his bags

CROOK 2 Welcome to vacation, tourist fuck! (both thieves run off the bus) JOHN (standing up) Is nobody gunna do anything? kinda place is that, anyway?

What

BUS DRIVER Everyone off. Last and only stop! JOHN Hey, Mr. Bus driver, how far of a walk is it to the coast?


PASSENGER 1 (In perfect English) Ha! You think you’re close to the coast, kid? Hah, you couldn’t be further! (Pointing at a road sign) JOHN (Looking up at a road sign that reads “Nosara - 90 km”) 90 km?

I feel like I’m on the…

PASSENGER 1 (Interrupting) Opposite side of the island? That’s because you are, surfer boy. Either way, I’d get your hide out of this side of town. …At least before the sun goes down. JOHN (A little boy peeks from round a corner and laughs at John.) What are you looking at you little grommet? (looking back up at Passenger 1) All right, well will you at least tell me where the nearest Luau is? PASSENGER 1 (Turning John’s body toward a telephone phone) Here’s the bus schedule. Don’t go and get killed. John realizes that the next bus departure for Nosara isn’t until the next morning. Down and out, he paces under the flickering street lamp of the parking lot.


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EXT. CITY - MORNING

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Slowly regaining consciousness, lying on a wooden bench next to a homeless man, John hears a beeping. It’s his B.F.F. locator watch. A distant voice calls for John and John realizes its BONGO. Thereafter, an old van covered in bumper stickers swings around the corner with Bongo’s head out of the window. John runs to Bongo as Bongo stops and gets out of the old van. Overjoyed the two dudes jump in the van and head to Bongo’s surf shack on the beach. There they shred. JOHN (Waking up on a bench next to a homeless man to the sound of a beep) Of course! My B.F.F. locator watch! Why did I not think of this before? (Turning to the homeless man) Sorry for waking you dude, my buddy Bongo gave this to me before he moved here so I could always find my B.F.F. if need be. HOMELESS MAN (Apathetic) Stay away from me! JOHN My apologies, homeless man. BONGO John!? John?! JOHN You hear that, dude? That sounds like Bongo! Bongo! Bongo! Is that you? BONGO (Yelling with half of his body sticking out of the van) Whoooooo! Johnny boy! Hahaha! We’rea-comin for ya, broseph!


JOHN (Walking toward the van) Well it’s about time, ma friend! BONGO (Getting out of the van) Look at this chump, boys. the boat.

Fresh off

JOHN How’d you find me, bra BONGO Ever heard of a B.F.F. locator? JOHN Damn. These things must really have some serious range. BONGO Well, I also figured you got left at the last stop cause… BONGO’S FRIEND (sticking head out of the driver’s side window) That’s what happens to all the fresh heads on the island. BONGO But anyway, happy graduation, man! JOHN Yeah, well it’d be a lot happier if I didn’t get robbed. BONGO Oh no. They didn’t happen to get you on a bus that said it was Nosara bound did they?


JOHN Yup, that’s the one. They took everything, man. Bags, money, my tickets home, my socks, my map, everything. Thank God I still have my locator watch, huh? BONGO Ahaha na, its all good, bra. Those robber dudes are all close buddies of mine. (points to the car and 3 men with pantyhose over their heads wave to John) All your stuff is safe and sound back in the back of the van, man. Hey, If they woulda known that you were royalty they woulda never taken your stuff, broham. JOHN Forget about it, dude. past.

The past has

BONGO Wait. Jo Jo. That was so totally, like, poetical. Shall we get down to business? JOHN Lets get our big kahunas movin’, Bong man. BONGO Hop on in ole’ Johnny boy, the tide is calling Haha! JOHN I was convinced you dudes would never find me? BONGO’S BUDDY #1 Hey man, we just had to look for the whitest guy we could find. BONGO Sure enough, there stood a confused John, longing for the rescue.


BONGO’S BUDDY #2 Hey, and sorry for swiping your shit, cowboy. We wouldn’t have if… JOHN (interrupting) No more talk, ladies. ripping to get done.

We’ve got some


Here we see John in his room where he was, initially, on the phone with bongo

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Soundtrack 1. The English Beat - Ranking Full Stop – Beat This! The Best of The English Beat

2. Big Star – Don’t Lie To Me - #1 Record - Radio City

3. VC L. Veasey - Scary Movie - Halloween Atmospheric Meditative Scary Music!

4. Al Casey - The Caterpillar Crawl - The Return of the Green Gretsch

5. Count Five - Psychotic Reaction - Psychotic Reaction


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