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Chapter 2 of the book Silent Partners
French designer blue jeans and a custom tailored vest
"Script: Silent Partners Scene 2"
by Brett Matthew West
AJ McCarron - young star of the Hit tv show Silent Partners
John Carlson - Director of Silent Partners
Bob Thomas - Producer of Silent Partners
George Jorgeson - Host of the Daytime Talk Show Hollywood This Day
(Scene One begins this fictional biographical script. To read that portion of this script, click on the blue Number One above.)
AJ: My dad was a veterinarian.
George Jorgeson: Did you have a lot of dogs growing up?
AJ: Yeah, we must have had about twenty running around the farm. I remember one of the first we got. It was a Saint Bernard. We called him Koko. My dad liked professional wrestling. He used to take me to all the matches when they came to our area.
George Jorgeson: A Saint Bernard? Koko must have been huge. Tell us about him, AJ.
AJ: Koko had the biggest head I've ever seen. It was bigger than me. His head must of weighed at least fifty pounds. When Koko laid his beak on your lap you weren't going anywhere. One day, I crawled on top of Koko and my dad snapped a picture. I was six years old and felt like I was the king of the world.
George Jorgeson: AJ, why don't you tell all our viewers out there tuning us in what you wanted to be when you grew up?
AJ (chuckles): A motorcycle daredevil.
John CARLSON: Maybe that's why AJ performs all his own stunts on Silent Partners.
Bob Thomas: You try stopping him from doing them.
George Jorgeson: AJ, what have been some of your favorite stunts to perform?
AJ: Jumping off a swinging drawbridge. (Modestly recollects) I almost lost my swim trunks doing that one.
John Carlson (cuts in before AJ finishes speaking): Although there are certain rules against showing nudity on television our fans would have loved that blooper.
Young lady in the corner of the studio (encourages): Take them off, AJ!
Audience (rhythmic chant): Take them off! Take them off! Take theme off! Take them off!
AJ (stands up and turns his back to the audience. He glances over his left shoulder and states): Like their commercial says my hiney's clean. (He wiggles his butt back and forth) It's Charmin clean. (He sits down and grins ear to ear) I always wanted to do that on tv.
(Laughter is heard from the audience): We love you, AJ!
AJ (turns his attention back to George Jorgeson): I also like blowing up buildings. BOOM! Those are fun. But, my most favorite stunt of all was street surfing on the hood of a Charger in a chase scene through Downtown Burbank. That was awesome!
Bob Thomas: Is there any question why we pay Lloyd's of London a multi-million dollar premium to insure him?
George Jorgeson: Aren't you from a small town, AJ?
AJ: I was born in Eau Gallie, Florida on December 24, 2004.
George Jorgeon: Where's that?
AJ: About an hour away from Orlando. But, I also lived in Omaha, Nebraska. We moved there when I was five years old.
George Jorgeson: You were born on December 24th?
AJ: Yep, at nine o'clock at night.
John Carlson: Patience never has been one of your better virtues. You couldn't even wait three more hours to be born on Christmas Day.
George Jorgeson: Do you have any brothers or sisters?
AJ: I have two brothers who are older than me and two who are younger. I also have two sisters.
George Jorgeson: So, you're from a large family?
AJ: Sharon and Vickie are the oldest. Then, there's Michael John and Eddie. Then me and then there's Ralph and Gary.
George Jorgeson: It must have been fun growing up in such a large family?
AJ (smiles) We had lots of good times. We also raised cows, horses, and pigs when we lived in Omaha. So, I grew up working around a bunch of animals. But, playing in the snow was super cool. The house we lived in was at 5140 Dodge Street. This was Interstate 80 through town and had six lanes of busy traffic. We had this steep hill that was part of our property. When it'd snow, us boys, and some of our friends who were brave enough to, would ride sleds down this hill that led onto Dodge Street. So, you had to stop just before hitting the road or you could get squashed by cars. That made sledding more fun. It's a wonder we didn't all get killed.
George Jorgeson: We'll be right back with AJ McCarron right after this station break.
(To Be Continued)
Getting Some Air, by Sierra Treasures, selected to complement this portion of my script.
So, thanks Sierra Treasures, for the use of your picture. It goes so nicely with this portion of my script.
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