The "Ultimate"
Audience Participation Script
For Shock Treatment

Scene 26: Duel Duet


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(Song: "Duel Duet")

                    (SHOUT: "G")

Farley: You're a loser

                    (SHOUT/sing: "So why don't you kill me")

          An abomination in the eyes of any sensitive man

                    (SHOUT: "Visine gets the red out")

Brad: And you're a blind alley cruiser

                    (SHOUT: "Zardoz")

(Brad's image is imposed on the walls)

                    (SHOUT: "I am the great and powerful Oz!") and/or

                    (SHOUT/sing: "Burning down the house")

          Always heading down a losing strait

          Dreaming that you're screaming at fate

          You're a dead end dead beat nowhere mister

          With a kiss like a Mississippi alligator's sister

Farley: I took as much of you as any man can!

          You've lost your heart

                    (ECHO: "You dropped the soap")

Brad: You've lost your cause
                   (forced ECHO: "Have you checked your car?")

Farley: You lost your baby when you lost your balls!

                    (AP: Throw 6 ping pong balls high into the air)

                    (NOTE: When you throw the ping pong balls into the path of the projection light, the strobe effect, when looking
                    uop at it, is simply amazing)

                    (SHOUT: "Aren't you glad we didn't throw babies?")

          You've lost your mind

          You've lost your grip

          So say bye-bye!

                    (SHOUT: "Bye-bye.") or

                    (SHOUT: "Okay, I love you, Bye Bye") or

                    (SHOUT: "It's a Laura Branigan video") or

                    (SHOUT: "It's the Menendez Brothers!")

Brad: We lost our Mom

          We lost our Dad

          And if I'm losing you

          Well that's too bad

                    (ECHO: "tough shit")

Farley: (pointing his finger like a gun) Well, the best thing you could ever do is die.

                    (SHOUT OVER: "It's Marcel Marceau")

(Scene switch to the Dentonvale Conference room table. Brad and Farley are sitting at opposite ends)

Brad: You're a failure

                    (SHOUT: "What?!")

                    (NOTE: "What?" should be yelled as though you can't hear him because he's sitting at the very FAR end of a
                    long table)

          A malformation in the guise of many and also ran

                    (SHOUT: "I can't hear you!")

Farley: And you're a weeper and a wailer

                    (SHOUT: "How does a one legged man walk?")

(Farley bounces one fingertip on the tabletop, forward)

          Always treading on the toes of the great

          Barely spreading your weight

                    (ECHO: "legs")

          You're a spiteful, hateful, asinine creature

                    (SHOUT: "From Uranis")

          A pupil with no scruples who knew better than the teacher

Brad: I took as much of you as any man can!

                    (SHOUT: "Get out of me!")

Farley: You've lost your heart

                    (SHOUT: "Have you looked under the bed?") or

                    (ECHO: "You dropped the soap")

Brad: You've lost your cause

Farley: You lost your baby when you lost your balls!

                    (AP: Throw 6 ping pong balls high into the air)

                    (SHOUT: "Alright, who threw the baby?!")

          You lost your mind when you lost your grip

          So say bye-bye!

                    (SHOUT: "Bye-bye." - "Everybody's bi")

Brad: We've lost our home

          Our family

          You've lost compassion

          Now you're losing me.

Farley: Well, the best thing you could ever do is die.

                    (SHOUT: "Let's rack him!")

                    (AP: Have someone run up to Brad and pretend to kick him)

Brad: (in high falsetto) Well, the best thing you could ever do is die.

(Scene shift back to the Faith Factory set. Farley is developing a severe facial tic)

Farley: Well, the best thing you could ever do is die.
 


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