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Mobisode 6 - "Room 23"
Writer - Elizabeth Sarnoff
Director - Jack Bender
[Opens viewing the closed door to Room 23. An alarm is sounding and people are rushing about it what appears to be panic. Juliet is standing in front of the room. Ben arrives.]
BEN: Whats happening?
JULIET: He did it again
BEN: Did what again?
JULIET: You know.
BEN: Well, you're going to have to tell him to stop doing it.
JULIET: I'm not going in there.
BEN: Fine. Get Beatrice.
JULIET: She is not going in there either Ben. None of them will. Tom won't even bring him food. They're all scared. Look, Ben, his father is out there looking for him. We could bring him back.
JULIET: This is your responsibility. You were the one who wanted him here.
BEN: Jacob wanted him here. He's important. He's special.
JULIET: He's dangerous.
BEN: He's just a kid Juliet. He's a child.
JULIET: He's just a child? Come see.
[They leave the building]
JULIET: What kind of child does this?
[They look at a pile of dead birds on the ground under a boarded up window above them.]
[Ben and Juliet exchange worried glances.]