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Don
Posted: March 7th, 2008, 6:02pm Report to Moderator
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Here it is.  Here is the list of who wrote what script in the February/March '08 One Week Challenge

Trapped by Jerry Stroud - Short, Drama - When a college Frat Brat continues his weekend benders playing a drinking game called THUMPER, he finds himself faced with a Christmas Slut from Hell Warden who continually drowns him after each night of bingeing.  - pdf, format

These Walls Scream by Michael K. Snyder - Short, Drama - Alone in his cold, dark cell, a once big-shot mobster awaits his death. In the darkest of hours, some find peace. He finds his long lost childhood friends, and the memories of his past. - pdf, format

The Forsaken Seas by A. B. Steel - Short, Drama - Captain Briggs must decide what's best for his family and crew after encountering a seaquake in the Azores. - pdf, format

The First Step by Charles Spenser Davis (Dr. McPhearson) - Short, Drama - Dialogue-driven and pointedly-paced, 'The First Step' features only two scenes, at first glance unconnected, but  by the conclusion, interwoven.  - pdf, format

The Crux of it All by Mark Lyons (rc1107) - Short, Drama - An imprisoned man is given an extraordinary opportunity to bring retribution upon another inmate. - pdf, format

The Change by Gabriel Moronta (Mr. Ripley) - Short, Drama - Jim Morrison is going to change in prison one way or the other. - doc, format

Salvation by Robert Spence - Short, Drama - Manny is plagued by dreams of a young girl he killed in a road accident, and brutally bullied in prison because of this. But something is brewing, something that may change Manny's life forever... - pdf, format

Rydale's Prison by Philip Whitcroft (pwhitcroft) - Short, Drama - An over crowded prison opens up a disused room with a dark history. - pdf, format

Repetition by Sean Elwood (thedeadwalk2nite) - Short, Drama - A prisoner has to deal with the fact that he's going to have to go through grief, guilt, and anger every day of his life. - pdf, format

Redeemer by Julio Weigend (J_Gomez) - Short, Drama - A man faces his last moments inside a prison cell. - pdf, format

Prison Scope by Jonah Black (d-fender) - Short, Drama - John Doyle sits in a cell in the Preston E. Smith Prison Unit out the fate that has been dealt to him by misdemeanor. In the sheer will to reconcile his past with his newly found clarity, John explores the memory of his life prior to his iniquitous act. In doing so maybe he can find some redemption. - doc, format

P.P.L.F. by Michael Cornetto - Short, Drama - How far will society go in order to “rehabilitate” the increasing prison population? And what will become of those who abuse their positions of authority?  - pdf, format

Omelian Resolution by James Redd (James R) - Short, Drama - Twins Jayce and Shenna live the perfect life in the seemingly perfect city of Omelas. But when they find out that a helpless child pays the price for the happiness of the Omelians, they quickly resolve to end the arrangement.  - pdf, format

Never Stop Running by Timothy F. Betts (Souter Fell) - Short, Drama - Two prisoners on the run seek refuge from the outside world. - pdf, format

Lessons by Scott Peeler - Short, Drama - {no summary} - rtf, format

Last Cigarette by Pete Lane - Short, Drama - Over thirty years of imprisonment have left Stan Blythe a hollow, withered old man with nothing to look forward to but that next cigarette. Will the next be his last? - pdf, format

I Dream Of Freedom by Joel Gomes - Short, Drama - A man lost in the city. Two men chasing him. A dream of freedom that ends bad. - doc, format

Flipped by B. Peterson - Short, Drama - Two graffiti writers, incarcerated for violent crimes, reminisce. - pdf, format

Fair Trial by Stephen Francis - Short, Drama - A newly admitted convict soon discovers that his new prison has its own unique justice system. - doc, format

Experimental Heroes by Stephen Cameron - Short, Drama - Two men alone in a cell. What's the worst that can happen? - pdf, format

End of the Line by Jordan Weibe - Short, Drama - A brutal killer has more in common with his new cell mate than he thinks. - pdf, format

D'enouement by Bryan Mora - Short, Drama - Tranquilize, unravel, and let love possess us all, until it feels like home again. The year 2039. - pdf, format

Death of a Soul on Earth by Ignacio Velásquez - Short, Drama - A man explains how he lost his soul after his own wife accidentally killed their daughter accidentally. - doc, format

Cell S27 by Stephen Moore - Short, Drama - The night before his release from jail an innocent man gets a visit from some of the other animals in the zoo. Can he remain innocent or must he become an animal to survive. - pdf, format

Can't You See by Jack Maxfield - Short, Drama - Los Angeles has fallen to alien invaders. The prison cell is a penthouse on Wilshire Boulevard. - pdf, format

Book Cart Coming by Alfred Rodriguez - Short, Drama - Being the new inmate on the block, Jones discovers one thing, the book cart coming, may not always be what you expect. - pdf, format

Blood Sells by Gary Kohatsu (Abe from LA) - Short, Drama - A dying prisoner assumes the identity of a serial killer with frightening consequences. - pdf, format

Between the Bars by Matt Layden (TheUsualSuspect) - Short, Drama - Elliott is in prison for a crime he did not commit. Upon a visit from family and friends, he learns that there are far worse things in life then being in a prison cell. - txt, format

Awaiting Heaven by Zack Akers - Short, Drama - A prisoner sees his upcoming execution as a ticket to heaven. - pdf, format

And Justice For All by James McClung - Short, Drama - A man kills another in an act of self-defense, only to discover that justice isn't always on one's side. - pdf, format

All Highways Lead Downtown by Greg Baldwin - Short, Drama - They survived the attack.  They survived the wait.  Now they must survive the escape. - pdf, format 8)

Ain't No Justice by T. Joseph Fraser (Blakkwolf) - Short, Drama - There ain't no justice like prison justice. - pdf, format 8)






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Sweet. Well, none of my predictions were right. Oh well.

~Zack~


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I had a feeling Jordan wrote 'Repetition' and Michael Cornetto 'Omelian Resolution' - wrong on both counts.  

Now that the names are revealed I'll try to read a few more entries.  


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Haha got my guesses wrong. Then again, I didn't guess much. I wouldn't have gotten any correct any way. Good job everyone. This has been a great OWC.

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My guesses were way off.
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Quoted from Angry Bear
Awaiting Heaven:  I think this is Zack, even though nobody gets killed.  I mean, except the talking rat.

Experimental Heros:  I think I recognize Wesley in that one.

Rydale's Prison:  There is alot there that reads like Mr. Z, but oddly, a few things that do not.  I am only about 75% on this one.

Best so far (to me):  Rydale's Prison and Repetition.


Who's da' man?  2 out of 3.

And damn good on you, Sean.  This is your most mature work yet.  From a guy who read "Kill Ride", let me say you are really coming along.

And nice work to that Whitcroft fella'.  You and I have a lot in common, sir.

And how did I miss Abe's?  I will certainly catch up to you when I get the chance, pal.


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How did you guess what I wrote Bert? I tried so hard to be different this time.

~Zack~


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I tried so hard to be different this time.

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We all know you're different.



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Indeed.  Are you still wearing that helmet I got you for Christmas?



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And damn good on you, Sean.  This is your most mature work yet.  From a guy who read "Kill Ride", let me say you are really coming along.


Gross, Kill Ride...Ha ha I've been looking back at the script a few times and I just think it's a terrible script...in my opinion...I don't know about other people. It wasn't thought out well enough and it's weighted down with extreme spelling and grammatical errors and those descriptions...


Look at me. I'm reviewing my own script.

Seriously, after we have the 20th OWC, I still won't be able to recognize who's who.

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Indeed.  Are you still wearing that helmet I got you for Christmas?



Yep! It's getting kinda itchy though. Could you send me another?

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My script will have to wait until tomorrow for my defense.
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By the way... Sean, I enjoyed your script the most. However, there were plenty of other really good scripts this time around. Great OWC people!

~Zack~


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My script will have to wait until tomorrow for my defense.


Your script gave me scurvy...Argh!!!


Zack,

I think you reversed things.  Your head itches because you're probably wearing the jock strap on it.



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