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I dare you

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Introduction

I DARE YOU JOSH: OUR FATHER, PLEASE HELP THE FAMILY OF JODY CARLSON DURING THIS PERIOD OF MOURNING THAT THEY ARE EXPERIENCING. LORD WE PRAY IN YOUR NAME THAT JODY MAY GO TO A BETTER PLACE AND LEAD A PRIVELEGED LIFE ALONGSIDE YOU. WE ASK THIS IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER, THE SON AND THE HOLY SPIRIT, AMEN. ALL: AMEN JOHN, AARON AND DOM KNEEL IN A CIRCLE. JOHN IS ABOUT TO START PRAYING, HE OPENS HIS EYES AND MOUTH TO START SPEAKING, AND HE SEE'S RHYS PUTTING A ROSE ON THE COFFIN. DOM: YOU DARE!, YOU MURDERER. HOW DO YOU HAVE THE NERVE TO SHOW YOUR FACE HERE, YOU'RE NOT WELCOME! DOM IS SAYING THIS WHILE STRUGGLING TO BREAK THROUGH THE GRIP OF AARON AND JOSH. RHYS DROPS THE ROSE AND WALKS OFF SOBBING. JOHN LAYS CRYING ON THE FLOOR. ED'S HOUSE ED BRINGS IN A BASKET OF LAUNDRY, SHE PUTS IT TO THE SIDE OF RHYS AND COMFORTS HIM BY PUTTING HER HAND ON HIS SHOULDER. HE SHRUGS HER OFF AND THROWS THE LAUNDRY EVERYWHERE. SHE'S SHOCKED AND RUNS TO PICK UP EVERYTHING, AND THEN KNEELS BY HIM AND TAKES HIS HAND. ED: SIR, WHAT TROUBLES YOU SIR? RHYS: (SMILING) NAH NUFFINK Y'ALRIGHT, I'M FINE NOW YOU'RE HERE. GOD I KNOW I DON'T SAY THIS VERY OFTEN BUT I LOVE YOU, AND YOU'LL DO WELL NOT TO FORGET THAT MY DARLING ED: I WILL NOT SIR FOR I LOVE AND RESPECT YOU AS A FATHER... ...read more.

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KAT: WHAT, YOU WANT TO KILL HIM? JOHN: WELL THAT DEPENDS... KAT: 'COS I'LL DO IT FOR YA, I'LL KILL HIM JOHN: YOU WANT TO KILLL YOUR FATHER? KAT: YES AND I'LL DO IT WITH PLEASURE. THIS HOUSE WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME IF I DON'T DEAL WITH THE PROBLEM SOON. JOHN: YOU SOUND PRETTY DESPERATE, I'LL HAVE TO SEE I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS BEFORE RHYS URGES ED TO GO AND HAVE A LOOK OUTSIDE SO HE DOES. ED: EY UGLY GET OVER HERE YOUR DAD WANTS YOU, I DON'T KNOW WHY, THE MAN MUST BE GOING A BIT MENTAL IN HIS OLD AGE. KAT WHISPERS TO JOHN KAT: YOU COME AND LET ME KNOW WHEN I'M NEEDED. JOHN: HIYA THERE GORGEOUS, LOVELY WOMEN LIKE YOU SHOULDN'T BE FLAUNTING THEIR GOODS AT THIS TIME OF NIGHT, YOU NEVER KNOW WHO'S ABOUT. ED: OH WELL IF IT'S A RISK I HAVE TO TAKE TO SEE A STRAPPING YOUNG LAD LIKE YOU THEN IT DOESN'T BOTHER ME. JOHN: WELL THAT'S DAMN NICE THAT IS, SAY I WAS WONDERING WHAT WAS GOING ON IN THAT HOUSE 'COS THERE'S A VERY TROUBLED GIRL THERE AND SHE SEEMS PRETTY DANGEROUS. ED: OH, THE UGLY TART, SHE'S JUST PIG IGNORANT 'COS HER FATHERS GOT LOT'S A MONEY JOHN: REALLY, THAT'S FUNNY 'COS HER BOYFRIENDS GOT LOTS A GUNS SO YOU TALK TO HER LIKE THAT AGAIN AND I'LL BLOW YOUR HEAD OFF YOUR SHOULDERS. ...read more.

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KAT: I'M SORRY, BUT I HAVE TO DO WHAT'S RIGHT FOR ME AND MOST OF ALL MY FATHER, SHE'S CAPTURED HIM. JOHN: LISTEN, I KNOW IT MAY SOUND RIDICULOUS BUT I UNDERSTAND HOW YOU'RE FEELING AND I CAN HELP BUT YOU'VE GOT TO GIVE ME A CHANCE YEAH? WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO LOOSE? KAT: MY FATHER! I CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT HIM I MUST FREE HIM JOHN: KAT YOU'RE MAKING NO SENSE, GIVE ME THE GUN, LET'S TALK ABOUT THIS. KAT: WHAT'S THERE TO TALK ABOUT I'M DOING THIS NO MATTER WHAT YOU SAY. JOHN: FINE, GO ON THEN DO IT, I DON'T CARE, WHAT IS SHE TO ME, I HATE THE GIRL TO IT'S YOU THAT'S GOTTA LIVE WITH THE GUILT. GO ON PULL THE TRIGGER, I DARE YOU. THE LIGHTS GO OFF AND THE FUNERAL STARTS AGAIN. FUNERAL SCENE JOSH: OUR FATHER, PLEASE HELP THE FAMILY OF ANNE DURING THIS PERIOD OF MOURNING THAT THEY ARE EXPERIENCING. LORD WE PRAY IN YOUR NAME THAT ANNE MAY GO TO A NETTER PLACE AND LEAD A PRIVELEGED LIFE ALONGSIDE YOU. WE ASK THIS IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER, THE SON AND THE HOLY SPIRIT, AMEN. RHYS AND ED KNEEL PRAYING, BEFORE RHYS STARTS HE OPENS HIS EYES TO SEE JOHN PUTTING A ROSE ON THE COFFIN. HE GETS UP AND PUTS HIS ARM AROUND RHYS AND LEADS HIM TO KNEEL WITH THEM. THE LIGHTS FADE TO BLACKOUT. ...read more.

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