Warning: This work has been rated 16+.
NT. HOUSE - LIVING ROOM - DAY
DAD, 40s, is sitting in his chair. He plays a game on his phone unaware of his son, Johnny, 14, wide-eyed, naive, creeps up behind him. Johnny looks down nervously. Then he looks up at his dad with a brave face.
Dad, I need to tell you something.
(without looking up at his phone)
Johnny takes out car keys from pocket and places them on the table next to dad, and Johnny takes a deep breath.
Dad, I've been thinking, and I just had to confess to you that I took the car for a a joyride...
(still distracted by his phone)
Yeah! High score!
...because I got my girlfriend, who you didn't know about, pregnant, and I drove her to the clinic for the abortion, but on the drive there, she wanted to keep the baby, so I had to drive her back. Also, there are a few dents, like everywhere on the car, and one of the backdoors was ripped off. When we arrived back at her house, I sort of the crashed into one of the cars in her driveway, freaked out, then kind of crashed into a tree which fell onto the other car. Oh, also, it turns out my girlfriend is the daughter of Mr. Smith, your boss, and he told me to tell you that you're fired because he said if you clearly can't raise a kid, then you can't do your job and that he will also be suing you promptly.
He waits for Dad's reaction.
Yeah, yeah, okay.
Yeah, yeah, whatever you say.
I'm not in trouble?
Well, you will be if you won't let me beat my new high score.
Okay, that's good.
There is a HONKING NOISE outside.
Those are my friends. Dad, I have to go. They're driving me to the airport for the Spanish class trip to Europe.
Good, hope you have fun.
Alright, love you, dad.
EXT. HOUSE - DRIVEWAY - LATER
Johnny is walking to the car on the street. He waves to his friends.
(getting into car and to himself)
That was better than I thought.
When the car pulls away:
(yellis furiously from inside the house)