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CyberSense episode 1: Slurpie

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CyberSense episode 1 'Slurpie' script

  1. FADE IN: Airport exterior - daytime - busy airport.
  2. Airport interior - daytime - lounge. SHAUN is busy working on his laptop. Young GUY in designer clothing sits down next to him.
  3. GUY - Hey, would you mind if I gave my iPod a quick charge on your laptop?
  4. SHAUN - Well I’m not...
  5. GUY - It’s such a long flight, I couldn’t stand it without something to listen to.
  6. SHAUN - Ah...OK, sure.
  7. GUY - Great, thanks a lot.
  8. SHAUN - No worries.
  9. Without skipping a beat, GUY plugs a cable into the bottom of his iPod and then into the USB on the laptop.
  10. GRAPHICS: iPod progress bar 'File download in progress'
  11. GUY - Where are you heading?
  12. SHAUN - Cairns.
  13. GUY - Holiday?
  14. SHAUN - No, a conference actually.
  15. GUY - Oh really? I went to Cairns once. Yeah, I remember we were looking for a place to eat this one night... FADE OUT
  16. FADE IN: GUY - ...and so I just walked out! There’s no way I was paying for that meal!
  17. SHAUN(laughing) - Well I’ll be sure to steer clear of that restaurant!
  18. GUY (looking at his watch) - OK, well my flight should be boarding now. Thanks for the top-up.
  19. SHAUN - Any time.
  20. GUY unplugs his cable and walks away.
  21. GUY - See you later.
  22. SHAUN - Bye.
  23. CUT TO: Park - daytime. GUY is handing over the iPod to a SHADY DUDE in exchange for cash.
  24. REWIND TO: Airport interior - daytime - lounge.
  25. GUY - Hey, would you mind if I gave my iPod a quick charge on your laptop?
  26. SHAUN - Well I’m not...
  27. GUY - It’s such a long flight, I couldn’t stand it without something to listen to.
  28. SHAUN - Ah...look I’m really sorry, but I just can’t help you.
  29. Shaun folds down his laptop, picks up his case and moves on. FADE OUT

 

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