The Lords in Willesden Part 5INT. BALI-HAI GUEST HOUSE- DAY. Dangerous and Mod are entering as Mrs Fulljames is talking to Rose.The Lords in Willesden Part 5 by DeliaFabioRose
MRS FULLJAMES: In my opinion, Rosie, textbooks are the work of the Devil. Nowhere else will you spend a ludicrous amount of money for information that is only of use to you for a ten to twelve week period, only to either a) sell it back for ten percent of what you paid for it or b) be stuck with it for the rest of your life.
ROSE: You know, Dorrie, that's just what I told my nephew Andy a few years ago.
DANGEROUS: Dorothy, I'm home.
MRS FULLJAMES: Hello, Dangerous. Hello, Mr Lewis. (hugs Dangerous and Mod)
MOD: Lady, that bloody hurt.
MOD: Sorry, Mrs Fulljames.
MRS FULLJAMES: That's alright.
Suddenly, Rose's phone rings so she answers it. There is a split screen with Rose in the guest house and Barrett at the Ace Cafe with Technobear.
BARRETT: Guv? It's me.
ROSE: Darren! How nice to hear from you. Where are you?
BARRETT: I'm at the Ace Cafe with Technobear
The Lords of Willesden part 6INT. ACE CAFE- EVENING. We see Dangerous, Mod, Rose, Pimlott, Barrett and Technobear all sat at one of the tables as a young waitress walks over to them. She is about 25 years old with a short bob-cut black hair, dusty jeans and a black Ace Café T-shirt. Her name is Sue Wiggins.The Lords of Willesden part 6 by DeliaFabioRose
SUE: I'm glad you came by, Mr Davies. God knows that we needed more people who know who killed Glenn and Ashley.
DANGEROUS: Oh, you mean the wall decorations?
Sue gives her a look like she's not sure whether Dangerous's joking or not, then realizes he is.
SUE: Exactly. Anyway, there's not a lot to this job. Serving, cleaning and the usual shit.
ROSE: You sure?
SUE: Well, that's what it boils down to. Of course, the hoops you'll have to jump through to accomplish any of those goals varies in difficulty depending on how badly the gorillas--er--patrons screw things up.
BARRETT: Like deciding a children's book goes in the medical section 5 floors down?
SUE: Or deciding that they just don't need to clean u
The Lords of Willesden Part 8Shot of the building’s outside: it’s now nighttime.The Lords of Willesden Part 8 by DeliaFabioRose
(Cut to the interior. It’s dark save for some exterior light from the large windows on one wall. We can barely see anything other than a few shapes here and there.
(The door opens a crack, and there’s enough light from a source outside the door for us to see Daria coming in. The camera focuses in on her. She’s tiptoeing and making a great effort not to be seen. She closes the door and turns---
(Only to find herself directly in front of Jane. Jane has one hand on the light switch, which she has just flicked on to brightly illuminate the apartment. She’s wearing an outfit similar to the one she wore for bedtime in "Lane Miserables."
(Daria jumps back in surprise.)
JANE: All right, Daria, what happened?
DARIA: Jane. Is your life so empty that you have to pump me for details of *my* empty life?
JANE: Yes. Now talk.
DARIA: He asked me out. I went out. I came home. (Pause) That enough for you?
JANE: No. (
The Lords of Willesden Part 7EXT. ACE CAFE- NIGHT. There's a video camera on a tripod with a camera man and a big fuzzy microphone being handled by a sound guy. They’re dressed typically but they’re nobody we recognize. The camera POV is directly behind them with their camera pointed away from it. Mod is there wearing a photojournalist’s vest over his shirt and looking more like Michael Moore than he usually does but otherwise, he looks the same. He’s holding a clipboard and looking at his wristwatch.The Lords of Willesden Part 7 by DeliaFabioRose
MOD: You rolling?
They wait a moment. All at once, the Aces come to the scene of the crime and pass the camera. Some give the group curious looks but none misbehave for the camera. After a moment or two, the crowd thins out and then is gone.
MOD: And...cut! (Pause) Good. Perfect. Now let’s set up outside the principal’s office.
The cameraman and sound guy pick up their gear and follow Tom down the corridor. Partway down, Dangerous eme