1 EXTRA in English Episode 12: Football Crazy Script COMMENTARY [v.o.] This is the story of Bridget and Annie who share a flat in London and the boys next door, Nick and his friend Hector from Argentina. Hector is dating Annie, and Bridget wants to go out with Miguel, and all Nick wants is a job. Stand by for EXTRA! Nearly ready. Oh, there we are! Oh, perfect! Now - the living room! Oh, there! Just there! Oh, yeah, perfect, baby! Now, refreshments! Ha-haa! Cola - yes! Crisps - yes! And finally, mwah! Dial-A-Pizza - yes! Ohh! Only two hours to go! Nick! What is your television doing in my bathroom? Oh, hi Bridget. So I don't miss anything. Miss anything? Yeah, if I have to, you know, when the match is on.
2 Oh, the match. So who's playing today? It's the semi-finals. England... Versus...? Ar-gen-tina! Hey, Hector, great outfit - but wrong team! Hahaaa! & Oooohhhh! And I've got my lucky World Cup pants on. Oohooh-ooohhh! Your lucky World Cup pants? Yup. I don't change them when the World Cup is on. But it lasts for weeks. Yeah! So, Hector, I've got the refreshments ready - Cola, crisps...
3 TV in the bathroom. At what time is kick-off? Midday. Oh, we had better sit down then! Hello, everyone. Charlie and I are ready for the match. Oh, Annie, you look nice! Your ribbons are different. That's right. One for England and one for Argentina. Oh, how sweet. But of course England will win. I don't think so, Nick. We beat Jamaica 4-2. But we beat Italy 3-0.
4 Well, our strikers are the best in the world. But your defence is poor. No, it's not. Yes, it is. It's not! It's not! It's not! It is! It is! It is! Break! And now make friends. Sound of dog barking Oh, you're so childish. Miguel arrives today. At least he's a real man. Yeah, but he loves football too. [Sound of telephone ringing] A Spanish supporter. Hello? We'll beat them, in the final. Nick, for you. Your agent.
5 Ooh, goodie! Hi, Cameron. How are you? Good. An audition? For me? Hey-hey! What for? London On Fire? The soap? Yessss! When? Today? At midday? Where? Birmingham? But that's 100 miles away! No, of course I'm pleased! OK, thank you! Bye! An audition for London On Fire? That's brilliant! Yeah, you must be pleased, man. Yes, I am. I am very, very pleased. I am so happy. I can see that. Why today? Why this afternoon? Why in Birmingham? What about the football? Oh, it's only a football game. Bridget, there are some people who think that football is a matter of life and death. It isn't. It is much-more important-than-that! Don't go to the audition then. Don't go? Don't go? I must go. Drama is my life.
6 Look, Nick, we can record it for you. Yeah, and we won't tell you the score. Really? You won't tell me the score. You promise? Promise. Promise. OK, promise. OK! I will go - and perform for England! [Composing ] World Cup! World Cup! World Cup! Today England play Argentina. But of course England will win. [Composing ] Do I care? & Ooooooohhhhh! [Composing ] The good news is: I have an audition for London On Fire. I am so happy.
7 Yesss! [Composing ] The bad news is: it's in Birmingham this afternoon, so I won't see the semi-final! What a tragedy! I am so happy! [Sobbing noises] I don't believe it. It's a very, very bad hair day. Oh, and Miguel is arriving this evening. It's a disaster. Ohhh! It's a catastrophe. I said; it's a catastrophe. What is a catastrophe? Bridget's hair. Oh. Got to do something. I know - Carol! She'll help me. VOICE ON TELEVISION...we've got all the action coming up. Hello? Carol? Bridget here. Look, this is an emergency. I need a hair appointment. I need a style that a Spanish football fan will adore. You can? Oh, goodie. I'll see you at 5 o'clock. Sorted!
8 VOICE ON TELEVISION...this semi-final we're seeing the two giants of football, England and Argentina... Come on, England! Come on, Argentina! VOICE ON TELEVISION...but that strong team. Englan I think score! Yes! It looks like it - aww! Oh! Now, Argentina, have they got They're looking dangerous! They've got through the defence and, and they score! Come on, England. They've got to pull themselves together. And who's this? Look at him.... match and England have and yes! ! Wow! What a game! Yeah, it was fantastic! Oh, poor Hector. Argentina did very well against England. Yeah, but not well enough! Ooh, we must not look too happy. We promised Nick not to tell him the score and Hector, you must not look too sad. Come on, try to smile. Come on, snugglypuppykins. Like this. Hmm, it'll do.
9 Oh, hi Nick. Hello. Hi, Nick. Good match? You know, so-so. Yeah. Where's the tape? Hector's got it. Where's Hector? In your apartment. Oh. Bye then. and Bye. Sound of door slamming
10 Hi, Hector. Nick, my friend, you are back. Is this is the football match? Yup. What? You won, didn't you. Won what? The football. Argentina beat England, didn't they? Nick, I promised you I wouldn't say anything. But I know. You're so happy. No, I'm not. I knew it! I knew it! Oh, poor England, my country. Oh. Nick, you can watch the match on video.
11 Oh, I can't bear it. How, Hector, how could you? How could Argentina beat England? Ohh! Nick, just watch the tape. Oh, I can't wait to see Miguel! I'm going to the hairdresser's to get my hair done for gorgeous Miguel. Bye! Sound of telephone ringing Hello? MIGUEL Hola, Hector, soy Miguel de Barcelona! Hola, Miguel, soy Hector de Argentina! O Bridget acaba de salir. MIGUEL No, quiero hablar contigo. Necesito aprender inglés para Bridget. OK, repeat after me - repita conmigo: Bridget, you are so beautiful. MIGUEL "Bridget, you are so beautiful." "Bridget, I love your hair." MIGUEL "Bridget, I love your hair."
12 "And your smile." MIGUEL "And your smile." Hector, muchas gracias! No problem, Miguel. See you later. Hector and Bridget! How could they? [Composing ] I love football, especially our gorgeous English players. But I am sorry for Hector, because England beat Argentina. Argentina did very well against England. Yeah, but not well enough! [Composing ] Well, only a little bit sorry! [Composing ] Bridget is having a bad hair today and she is worried because Miguel is arriving this evening. This is an emergency. I need a hair appointment. I need a style that a Spanish football fan will adore. [Composing ] But then I heard Hector talking to Bridget on the phone. He said she was beautiful.
13 "Bridget, you are so beautiful." [Composing ] I don't understand. Crashing and banging noises Annie. An-nie? Yes, Hector? Are you all right? Yes. Are you cross about something? Oh, why do you think that? Oh, Annie, come and sit down. [Watching football match] Aagh/ooh/yes!!! Annie, have I done something wrong? [Watching football match] Yessss! Wooohh! Well, if you don't tell me, I won't know.
14 Oh, you know Hector. You know! Yessss! Yesssss! Yessss! We won! We won! We're in the final! Sorry, have I missed something? Bridget? Bridget, what's wrong? Why have you got a bag on your head? Ohhh, ohhh! Come on, let's take it off. Leave it! Is it your hair? Well, but it can't be that bad. It is! Oh, come on. Do you promise not to laugh? We promise. Don't we.
15 All right then, here goes. It's very... nice. Sound of laughter I knew it. I knew you'd laugh. Oh, it's a disaster. And Miguel will be here any moment. Sound of door being knocked Ahhh! That s him! Oh! He mustn t see me like this! Miguel? Oh, come in! I'll just tell Bridget. Pssstt, Bridget! Miguel's here. I don't want to see him. I can't. Trust me, Bridget; he will love your hair. Miguel! MIGUEL Bridget, you are so beautiful. I love your hair, and your smile. I love your hair.
16 MIGUEL So, Spain versus England in the World Cup Poor old England. On the contrary, my Spanish friend. Prepare to die. Nick, please ask Hector to pass the crisps. Hector, Annie says can you pass the crisps. Ah-ah-ah-ah. Please ask Annie why hasn't she spoken to me for two days. Annie, Hector says why haven't you spoken to him for two days. Tell him - hmm! She says - hmm! Shhh! It's starting. VOICE ON TELEVISION...final between England and their arch-rivals Spain! Come on, England, come on.
17 Come on, Spain. Assorted inaudible comments and noises Go on! VOICE ON TELEVISION...and here's Spain - and it's a goal! ALL Yes!!/goal!! VOICE ON TELEVISION England have the ball. They are heading for gold. And it's... Annie? VOICE ON TELEVISION Now, the final... Can I ask you something? Yes, Hector? Have you ever thought about getting married? Who to? Oh, to someone - someone like - me.
18 VOICE ON TELEVISION...and he shoots and he scores! I don't believe it! What a match! Oh, Spain played really well. Yeah, but not well enough! Oh, poor Miguel. Speak to me in English again. MIGUEL "Bridget, you are so beautiful. I love your hair and your smile." Is that all he knows? Yup, and I taught him. When? On the phone. Oh! You were on the phone to Miguel! Teaching him English. Oh, silly me. I thought you were talking to Bridget.
19 Oh, Annie, there is only one person for me. Me? Well? Will you? Will she what? Marry me? Yes, Hector! Whooping and shouting COMMENTARY [v.o.] Next time in EXTRA, Hector and Annie plan their wedding, Nick is in for a surprise, and guess who's coming from Argentina? EXTRA, don't miss it!
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