A BEACH TOWN WITHOUT THE SURF Chapter 2INT. “TIMMY'S ROOM”- THE NEXT MORNINGWe see the previous scene the same, only it's now morning and the moon is replaced with the sun. The camera pans over to Timmy sleeping in bed when suddenly his clock radio went off. Timmy woke up.DJ (on the radio): Good morning, Sunlight Shores, it's beautiful day today and what other way to start a beautiful day by playing a old-time song and here's 1 from 1979, and although it's not Friday and it's not night, here's Bell and James with “Livin' It Up”.Livin' It Up (Friday Night) by Bell and James started playing.Timmy: Now that's a song to get up to.He got up out of bed to the tune of the music.Timmy: Oh yeah, baby!CUT TO:INT. “BATHROOM”- MORNINGWe see Timmy taking a shower still in tune with the music.Up in the morning at 6'o clockHead for the CityTurn on the Music, the radioNobody's hurryingWe now see him brushing his teeth.Day after DaySlaving away, yeahYeah, yeah, yeahCUT BACK TO:INT.
A BEACH TOWN WITHOUT THE SURF Chapter 1EXT. “THE OPEN ROAD”- DAYWe see a 1964 Pontiac GTO driving on the road with a couple of moving vans behind it.Little Boy's Voice: How much further?CUT TO:INT. “PONTIAC GTO”- DAYWe see a man with black hair and blue eyes wearing a white shirt with black tie, blue pants, and black shoes in the driver's seat, a lady with brown hair and blue eyes and is wearing a purple shirt with white pants and white high heels in the passenger seat, and an 11-year-old boy with brown hair, blue eyes, and buck teeth and is wearing a pink hat which matched his shirt, blue pants and shoes in the back seat.Brown Haired Woman: Well, we should be there in less than half than hour.Brown Haired Boy: I hope our new house there will be close to the beach.Black Haired Man: Well, son, until we get, you may like your new room.Brown Haired Boy: Not to mention some good old surfing.Brown Haired Woman: Something tells me all those surfing lessons paid off.Black Haired Man: I just hope