Re: SKU: How to read Jake and Chance style

From: chance <>
Date: Mon, 8 Jan 1996 23:37:31 -0800

>Chance 1)begin at the beginning
>Jake 2)read between the lines
>Chance 3)keep both eyes on the same page
>Jake 4)don't eat crakers and read out just doesn't work
>Cahnec 5)never read when you can pound Berke and Muarry instead
>Jake 6)never read and try to fly a jet at the same time
>Chance 7)Kat Kommandoes should always be your first choice in reading material
>Jake 8)Chance...
>Chance 9)ok, sorry...
>Jake 10)enjoy!

CHANCE: "And remember kids, when ever there's an argument over who gets to
                   watch what on TV...."
JAKE: " "Skaredy Kat" or "Litterbin"....."

CHANCE: "always remember that you're pals first...."

JAKE: "...TV remote rivals second...."

CHANCE: "...and there's always a peaceful solution to everything <sly grin toward Jake...>"

JAKE: "....and the fastest Kat always WINS!" <SNATCHES remote from Chance...>"

CHANCE: <SNATCHES it back from Jake> "...or the STRONGEST!..."

JAKE: "Hey Chance! What kind of an example are we setting here?"

<Chance looks at "Skaredy" on the TV, then at Jake with a woefully overacted sheepish look.
   He gets up, walks around to behind the sofa and Jake, and slowly surrenders the remote to

CHANCE: "Here ya go buddy...of course, you're usual....."

<Jake graciously accepts remote and immediately flips to "Litterbin". Chance walks out-of-shot
  with a hang-dog look, to Garage kitchen>

JAKE: "See how much better you feel when you work these things out Chance?"

<Chance head only appears back in shot peering around the corner of the kitchen doorway with
   a mouthful of nachos. We see the scene as though we're atop the television set staring at
   Jake, with Chance in the Background>...

CHANCE: <through Nacho-accented English> "Work what out? Skaredy was a re-run!"
<Evil grin for Chance as he expertly ducks the remote control hurtling in his direction
  courtesy of Jake! Iris out on Jake's expression of "what am I supposed to *do* with
  this guy?">

"Dedicated to the indomitable spirit of the sled dogs that relayed
 antitoxin six hundred miles over rough ice, across treacherous waters,
 through Arctic blizzards from Nenana to the relief of stricken Nome in
 the winter of 1925. Endurance, Fidelity, Intelligence." -- "Balto"

Received on Tue Jan 09 1996 - 03:48:52 PST

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