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Script for science project 3 skit

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Script for science project 3 skit

  1. 1. Script for Science Project 3 Skit<br />Scene One: Intro<br />Ryder: I’m so bored.<br />Luke: So, what do you want to do?<br />Peter: You guys want to be extreme?<br />Ryder & Luke : Yeah, sure.<br />Peter: Well, lets go.<br />Luke: How are we going to be extreme?<br />Ryder: Yeah, how we going to be extreme?<br />Peter: I don’t know but let’s go! <br />Scene Two: The Hardcore Stuff<br />Going to City Park Playground<br />Peter: Okay, we’re here<br />Ryder: Okay, who wants to jump off first?<br />Luke: I would.<br />Peter & Ryder: Sure, why not.<br />Luke jumps off<br />Luke: Woo hoo! That was fun!<br />Ryder : OK, my turn.<br />Ryder jumps off and snaps a bone<br />Ryder: OMG! That hurt so much! Help me!<br />Peter: DUDE! ARE YOU ALRIGHT!<br />Luke: You alright?<br />Ryder: I think I snapped my bone.<br />Peter: Uh-oh. We better go.<br />Ryder: Passing out…..<br />Scene Three: The Doctor<br />Walks in the doctor’s office<br />Doctor: So what brings you here today?<br />Peter: Our friend jumped off a ledge and snapped his bone.<br />Luke: Oh really? Well let’s take an x-ray<br />Peter: Okay.<br />Ryder taking the x-ray<br />Ryder: Is it serious?<br />Doctor: Yes, in fact it is really serious.<br />Peter: Can you explain it a little bit?<br />Ryder: Yes, please do.<br />Doctor: You happen to have a closed fracture of your femur, the largest bone in your body.<br />Ryder: And this means…<br />Doctor: Your going to have to wear both a brace and a cast AND go around in a wheelchair for the next few months or so.<br />Everyone but doctor: WHAT?!<br />Doctor: Consider yourself lucky that it was a CLOSED fracture. If it was an OPEN fracture, you’d need to take both antibiotics and stay in a mostly sterile environment for that entire time, plus have surgery to correct the bone.<br />Ryder: An open fracture is……<br />Luke and Peter: Ooh, ooh, I know! An open fracture is when the bone breaks the skin from the inside, causing an open wound. They’re gross!<br />Doctor: Yah, and another thing. The fall has caused a stress fracture on one of your ribs.<br />Ryder: And THAT is…..<br />Doctor: A minor fracture that will normally heal with the help of just a brace, but don’t run too much, breath too hard, or put too much stress on it. <br />Luke: Hey you want to play some tackle football!<br />Peter: This is serious, the doctor said-<br />Luke: I know. <br />Scene Four: The Extra Info<br />Luke: I did some research on Ryder’s injury.<br />Peter: OK, gimme some info<br />Ryder: Yes, that would be nice.<br />Luke: Well, The doctor was right when he said that it was a closed fracture, but he didn’t mention displaced and nondisplaced fractures.<br />Peter: Alright, what are those?<br />Luke: A nondisplaced fracture means that the bone stays in a relatively correct position.<br />Ryder: And I guess that means a displaced fracture means that the bone moved out of its correct position.<br />Peter: Anything else<br />Luke: Yes, quite a bit more.<br />Everyone but Luke: Oh joy…..<br />Luke: In a traverse fracture like our friend has here, the bone breaks at a 90 degree angle, like if you sliced it in half.<br />Peter: OK…..<br />Luke(immediately after): And an oblique fracture is when the bone is broken at an angle/slant.<br />Ryder: Alright…..<br />Luke(immediately after):In a comminuted fracture, the bone breaks in several fragments, like shattered glass.<br />Everyone except Luke: SLOW DOWN<br />Luke (immediately after): A hairline fracture is when only a small part of the bone of the bone s broken, similar to a stress fracture.<br />Ryder: Just saying, you lost me back at the oblique whatever, and how much research did you do?<br />Peter: Yeah, HOW MUCH?<br />Luke: Enough to get all that.<br />Peter: So just making sure, a displaced fracture is when the bone shifts away from the original position, and a nondisplaced fracture means the opposite.<br />Luke: Correct<br />Ryder: And a traverse fracture is when it breaks at 90 degrees, right.<br />Luke: Uhuh.<br />Peter: OK, so an oblique angle is when it breaks at a slant….<br />Luke: Yes.<br />Peter: And a comminuted fracture is when he bone breaks in several spots.<br />Luke: Right again.<br />Ryder: Okay, good enough……<br />Everyone: Thanks for viewing!<br />Cast:<br />Ryder Lee- Ryder Lee<br />Peter Park- Peter Park<br />Luke Shilling- Luke Shilling<br />Cameraman- Hudson Lee and Zach Lee<br />Doctor: Zach Lee<br />

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