Adventureland Script - Dialogue Transcript Voila! I know, I know, I still need to get the cast names in there and all that jazz, so if you have any corrections, feel free to drop me a line. Better than Farmville, anyway. Hey, you want to get out of here?

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Adventureland Script - Dialogue Transcript Voila! I know, I know, I still need to get the cast names in there and all that jazz, so if you have any corrections, feel free to drop me a line. Better than Farmville, anyway. Hey, you want to get out of here? You and me. What do you mean?

Women are mercurial, man. You promised me! You know? Here, drink up. You need to bed down the next lonely, plain-looking, insecure depressive who throws herself at you and get it over with. Look, I know most people have low standards. Focus on Europe. To the graduate. Bill, do you want to take this? Excuse me, can you get me a refill here?

Is that Is that bad? Because this trip was my graduation present, so You could still help me with rent next year, right? Thank you very much. Happy graduation. What am I going to do about grad school? A summer job? Summer in Pittsburgh. I read poetry for pleasure, sometimes. What the hell are you doing? Our parents are right over What, them? Fuck, this is good weed. Take it. Look, James, I know things suck right now, all right? Like we always talked about, man.

Living the adventure together. Quit worrying, Brennan. I wrote for The Gordian Knot, it was a literary journal in college. I have their letter of recommendation here. All right. Fill this out. Yeah, so Okay, is there any way I can take a lesson They hung up. What am I supposed to do? The only place I know I can get a job is with Frigo. What, at Adventureland? You got a concussion on the teacup ride there when you were 6.

I majored in Comparative Literature and Renaissance Studies. Hey, get off of me. Oh, Brennan! Right here, sir! Have a funtastic time! Come in, Paulette? You gotta press it. Oh, great, good. All right? Yeah, no. I just My name is Bobby. Okay, rules. No freebies, no free turns for your friends, -no free upgrades, no free food. Everybody has to pay for everything. And more importantly, working in games, no one ever wins a giant-ass panda.

Can you hand me a T-shirt, please? Here, I have a resume. Am I pronouncing that right? Okay, by accepting this T-shirt, you are Well, usually I Here we are at the first of many shitty games. This one is inexplicably called The Flighing Dutchman. Even more inexplicable is how they decided to spell it. Hey, Jerry. If one of the rings lands on one of the red bottles, they win a giant-ass panda.

So nobody ever wins? You get a 5-minute bathroom break every 2 hours. I recommend saving a few of those up in case you have to go number 2. Brennan, they got you working on games? What a pussy!

He used to be my best friend. Then I turned 4. A criminal abuse of the laws of perspective. Yeah, well, people are getting ripped off. I was supposed to go to Europe, but my family has money problems. Wait till your parents start making you pay rent. My dad even makes me pay utilities. In the clown mouth! Okay, we have a winner. Here you go. You can have that. You think you can maybe, you know, take it up a notch?

Yeah, I know. I really I think I should probably be on the rides department. No, no, no. Yeah, yeah, yeah, okay. Have you ever seen a horse race before?

Have you ever, like, heard one on the radio? Harness racing or, like, the normal kind? Look, the Kentucky Derby. Have you seen the Kentucky Derby?


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Plot[ edit ] In , James Brennan plans to have a summer vacation in Europe after graduating with a comparative literature degree from Oberlin College and to attend a journalism graduate school at Columbia University when his summer ends. A few days after his graduation, his parents advise him to seek a part-time job rather than going to Europe when they unexpectedly announce that financial problems have taken a toll on them and they would be unable to financially support him. After being rejected from every other job he applies to due to a lack of any real work experience, James gets a job at Adventureland, a local amusement park in his hometown of Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania , where his childhood friend Tommy Frigo works. Another games worker, Emily "Em" Lewin, saves James from being stabbed by a lying, cheating customer.



Nikoktilar Actually, he probably loves it more than I do haha. How are you gonna pull off New York now? One can only hope. Joel later sees James and Em walking together and, irritated by the chain of events, quits. So what about you and intercourse?

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