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T‐206
Final
Project
Treatment
 Alex,
Katee,
Morgan
 
 Scene
1
 JORDAN
and
ZACH
are
in
Mexico
for
spring
break.
They
both
decide
to
leave
early,
changing
their
 airplane
itineraries.
At
the
airport,
everything
goes
smoothly,
until
their
connecting
flight
in
Santa
Fe,
 New
Mexico
to
Indianapolis
gets
canceled.
They
frantically
try
to
figure
out
an
alternative
flight,
but
 everything
is
booked
for
the
next
few
days
due
to
spring
break.
Jordan
is
freaking
out
due
to
the
fact
 that
he
has
an
econ
midterm
three
days
prior.
Zach
comes
up
with
the
idea
to
rent
a
car
and
have
a
road
 trip.
 
 Scene
2
 They
drive
out
of
the
rental
car
lot,
hoping
for
a
quick
and
easy
adventure
ahead
of
them.
While
 stopping
at
the
local
fast
food
restaurant,
Jordan
realizes
that
they
only
have
$117.35
left
for
gas
and
 food.
Again,
Jordan
freaks
out,
but
Zach
makes
sure
to
keep
him
as
calm
as
possible.
The
first
few
hours
 of
the
drive
go
quickly,
but
the
gas
is
low
and
it
is
time
for
a
fill
up.
They
stop
in
Stillwater,
Oklahoma
to
 grab
a
bite
and
get
gas.
Jordan
finally
came
to
accept
the
road
trip
in
which
they
were
on,
positive
that
 he
would
make
his
test
and
study
the
rest
of
the
way
to
get
a
good
grade.
Zach
gets
back
into
the
 driver’s
seat
and
off
they
go.
 
 Scene
3
 A
couple
hours,
Zach
is
feeling
like
he’s
about
to
pass
out,
so
they
decide
to
stop
for
an
energy
drink.
 They
quickly
run,
purchase
drinks,
and
leave
to
continue
their
adventure.

With
Jordan
studying
and
now
 paying
full
attention,
they
two
do
not
realize
that
they
have
just
entered
Route
69
instead
of
continuing
 their
path
on
Highway
40.
Jordan
fell
asleep
in
the
passenger
seat,
not
paying
attention
to
the
difference
 of
their
map
and
what
they
are
actually
on.
It
is
not
until
the
next
morning,
when
the
sun
is
out,
that
 they
realize
they
are
in
middle
of
nowhere
Beatrice,
Nebraska.
They
pull
over
to
the
side
of
their
car
to
 figure
out
what
to
do
next.
Jordan
immediately
jumps
out
of
his
seat
and
paces
back
and
forth
outside.
 He
is
talking
to
himself
while
at
the
same
time
Zach
and
him
are
yelling
at
each
other
for
their
mistake.
 Jordan
insists
that
he
drive.
He
pushes
Zach
out
of
the
way,
and
vigorously
puts
his
seatbelt
on.


 
 
 



Scene
4
 Having
retraced
their
path
for
two
hours,
Zach
and
Jordan
are
finally
on
their
way
back.
While
driving
 through
Missouri,
a
technical
difficulty
occurs
in
their
car.
There
is
smoke
coming
out
of
the
hood,
and
 neither
Zach
nor
Jordan
knows
anything
about
cars.
They
have
no
idea
who
to
call,
and
there
is
few
 civilization
around
them.
They
walk
a
mile
to
find
an
old,
beat
up,
mechanic
shop
that
looked
far
from
 reliable.
They
proceed
to
call
out
for
help,
but
there
is
no
response.
With
only
a
day
and
a
half
left
until
 Jordan’s
econ
midterm,
he
slowly
begins
to
give
up
and
sits
on
the
side
of
the
shop
to
wait.
Zach,
not
 giving
a
shit,
takes
a
seat
next
to
Jordan
and
the
two
wait
for
someone’s
arrival.
 
 Scene
5
 Jordan
and
Zach
end
up
waiting
3
hours
for
a
mechanic
to
finally
show
up.
BILLY
BOB,
the
mechanic,
 appears
surprised
by
the
presence
of
Jordan
and
Zach,
for
not
many
people
make
it
through
there.
 Jordan
tells
the
man
his
story
and
begs
for
his
help.
Billy
Bob
ends
up
being
a
real
nice
guy
and
helps
out
 with
their
situation.
Both
boys
realize
that
they
do
not
have
the
money
to
pay
for
such
replacement,
so
 they
offer
a
ride
to
Indiana,
and
surprisingly
Billy
Bob
takes
them
up
on
their
offer.
Another
hour
passes,
 and
the
three
of
them
continue
on
their
journey
back
home.
 
 Scene
6
 It
is
8:15
AM
and
Jordan
only
has
45
minutes
until
his
midterm
begins.
Zach
drives
as
fast
as
possible.
 They
are
literally
2
blocks
away
from
campus
and
get
pulled
over
for
speeding.
Jordan
again
freaks
out,
 but
instead
gets
out
of
the
car
and
begins
to
sprint
towards
his
class.
The
cop
that
pulled
them
over
 radio’s
another
cop
to
chase
after
Jordan
for
his
suspicious
behavior.
As
Jordan
is
running,
the
second
 cop
pulls
over
next
him,
urging
Jordan
to
stop.
Jordan
quickly
explains
his
problem
and
begs
for
the
 cop’s
assistance.
Thankfully,
it
was
a
good
day
for
that
cop,
and
he
decided
to
give
Jordan
a
ride
to
his
 test.
It
is
8:57
AM
and
the
door
to
his
class
room
swings
open
followed
by
a
sweaty,
out
of
breath,
 Jordan.
He
made
it
to
his
midterm
on
time,
but
had
to
borrow
a
pencil.
 
 
 CHARACTERS
 Jordan:
straight
A
student,
freaks
out
a
lot
 Zach:
lazy,
not
the
best
of
friend


t206 final project  

T‐206
Final
Project
Treatment
 Scene
2
 Scene
3
 Scene
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Jordan:
straight
A
student,
freaks
out
a
lot
 Zach:
lazy,
not
the
best...

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