Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The big difference

No, this blog post is not about the difference between man and woman. It's about two different worlds: reality and virtuality.

Some years ago we only had a real life. We met our friends in person and we talked to each other. But things have changed. Now we have a second life, too. A virtual life. We blog, we tweet, we write emails, we have friends on facebook and so on. Some guys even have more virtual than real friends and do only communicate with the computer or the smartphone. When the youth nowadays would be asked what can be used for communication, I guess the last thing they would mention would be the mouth. Instead of talking to each other, they send texts. I've watched a TV show about a family in which the mother sent texts to their children that they should come to the dinner table. Unbelievable, isn't it?

I have also read an article lately that showed that most young people speak in the short language like they use on Twitter. They mix the reality with the virtuality, and so they use words like lol or omg in their daily language. They also don't write whole sentences anymore and that is a big problem for school teachers when their students have to write essays. The beauty of the language will get lost when more and more children use the smartphones and start texting. The earlier they start the more they lose the ability to use the language correctly.

even when they sit together they prefer to communicate with their smartphones

We change. Every decade is different. And so the use of our language and the language itself will change, too. People these days speak differently than, let's say, about 50 years ago. The virtuality is for sure a world we can't live without and the technical development changed our life completely. But it's not only a good thing. When it goes on like this and people use such devices more and more, which I think will definitely be so, then this could, sooner or later, destroy our language. Or at least the language we now know.

I am really glad that I had no cellphone when I was eight. And I don't like it when the eight-year-old foster child of my aunt wants to play with the Gameboy all the time, or the Play Station or Wii or whatever. He also wants his own mobile, but my aunt don't want him to have one and I agree with her on that. At that age no one needs a phone. It's great that you can call your kids, ask where they are when they wanted to meet a friend and aren't back at the stipulated time or when they don't know their way home anymore. Then they can call you and so you can pick them up. It all has advantages and disadvantages.

I was also shocked when I heard about a 1 year old boy who could already handle his father's iPad better than him. For the kids these devices are their life, they would be nothing without their smartphone and without their tablet. They see it as a cool toy and because everyone has such a cool device, everyone thinks it's necessary to have one. I have to admit that I only have a smartphone, which I bought this year. I also have a netbook but I use it for writing only. It's for my college, to work and write. I hate it to read books on my smartphone, I still prefer a 'real' paper book. I also still love to write letters instead of emails - so call me old-fashioned. I don't like to write that much on my smartphone, so I only write short texts or some tweets with it. I guess I could live without my smartphone. I can even leave the house and not take it with me. It wouldn't be a big problem and I wouldn't miss anything, but I'll only do that when my friend or the one I am out with has a phone or I won't be out that long or when I'm not far away from home.

How do you prefer to communicate? What do you need your smartphone for? Do you think that writing in the short language will destroy our language we have now? Not in a blink of an eye of course, or do you think that our language will change anyway? Do you use these short expressions? When is the best age for a kid to get his or her first own device? And could you live without your smartphone?

What are you looking for? -Part 22

This is the final of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the other 21 parts before - you find them below that post. I really hope you enjoyed the whole story - would appreciate if you'd share your opinion about it with me. I will soon upload the whole script as a PDF-file that you can read the entire story again.

Kaley, jumps up in the air with Melissa: We did it. We can see again.

The others also seems relieved.

Bill: Successfully landed. Mission accomplished.

Jim: What happened? Why are the girls screaming?

Kaley and Melissa stopped, run towards Jim and hug him. Jim’s confused.

Kaley: You are back. What has the girl done to you? Are you alright?
Jim, ponders: What girl? What are you talking about?
Kaley: The girl that changed our set to look like Star Trek. You were there and formed a big ball with her which caused a light. After that we were here and you were missing.
Jim: I was in the other room, all the time. Reading my kindle. This is such a good story, was totally caught in that crime Christie wrote. It’s such a page-turner. Wish I could write like that.

He shakes his head and frees himself from Kaley’s and Melissa’s hug.

Melissa: You were here all the time? The girl hasn’t done anything to you?
Jim: I don’t know which girl you mean.
Johnny: Wait. You haven’t heard anything? Not the singing, nothing?
Jim: I was reading. What’s up with you guys?
Mayim: I guess it’s not what it looked like. Maybe the Jim we saw who did this with the girl was only a projection. And so was the girl. Like she told us – she wasn’t physically here and everything is not what it looks like. This is the only way she could come in here and flying in the air and doing all the stuff she did.
Kaley: But we saw her. We all saw her.
Jim, looks at her: I didn’t.
Kaley to him: Yeah, you are someone special, sweetie, we all know that.

Jim smiles.

Johnny: I don’t know how she did that and maybe that’s not the point. It’s that we found out the sentence of truth: nothing is ever what it looks like. Some things which are there can’t be seen by us, but sometimes we can see things which aren’t actually existing.
Simon: So we weren’t looking for Jim, and we weren’t looking for coming back to our set, we were looking for the main sentence of the fith season. And that is the key to the sixth.

Bill looks again at his candlestick, which everyone can see as candlestick now. He holds it in his right hand, still standing behin the couch.

Bill: Imagination keeps us alive. As long as I still see my laser sword, I know I am still alive. Imagination is to be able to see things that others can’t, and that is important to survive in this world.

He holds the stick like a sword with both hands, and walks out of the room. Everyone looks at him.

Jim, ponders: What happened to him?
Kaley, claps on his shoulder: This is not what it looks like.

The End  

Monday, July 30, 2012

What are you looking for? -Part 21

This is the 21st of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 20 parts before - you find them below that post. The last part will come tomorrow.  

Kaley: Yay, we all have our keys. So what’s next? Where’s Jim?

She looks around like everyone, except Bill who is still controling the Enterprise from the couch.

Bill: Ready for landing? Mission’s almost accomplished. Need to go back to normal, need to leave the Enterprise.

Kaley: I like the back to normal and leaving that here. I mean I know we are still on our set but why can’t I still see the things the way they are?
Mayim: Maybe we should find a door.
Johnny wonders: What door?
Mayim: I don’t know. But what do you open with a key?
Melissa: Maybe we have to use all six keys to open sixth season?
Kaley: The door to sixth season? And where is that door?

Bill: Right in front of you. As we all live in our own imagination, we can’t trust our eyes. Everything we see is created in our brain. Everyone focus on other things, and two people see the same but don’t. That’s why nothing is ever what it looks like.

Kaley: What is he talking about?
Kunal: I am not so sure.

Bill: Life is like a computer game, we have the control panel of our own charater in our own game called life. We never play that game alone. We need people to realize our dreams. Believing in them and working hard to make them come true. With their help we can manage all obstacles in life.

Kaley: I still don’t get it.
Johnny: He is refering to everything on fifth season. All the things we figured out.
Kaley: So he was listening? Thought he’s miles away.

Bill, pointed to Kaley: See, this is what it looked like to you. But it’s not what it actually looks like. I am always here, even when you think I am miles away. And so we are all on our set, though it looks like we are somewhere else. Everything can occur to us, change us. And everything is needed to let us grow and continue our game. So let’s finally land and accomplish our mission.

He looks at the couch again which still looks like a control panel.

Kaley: I am not sure, if he is really awake like he said. Or if he wants to look like that because it doesn’t look like that at all. Oh my God, this confuses me.

She rests her right elbow on the kitchen table and holds her head with her right hand on that.

Melissa: We should put our keys together. With everything we learned we can open the next chapter to learn more. More about life, more about relationship, maybe more about physics, too. We’re gonna have definitely more fun.
Leonard: Okay, let’s try this. Come on guys. We make a circle.
Kunal: The circle of life. I love the Lion King.

He smiles while he’s walking in the middle of the room, meeting the other guys and forming a circle.

Simon: Oh come on, dude. You’re not Raj now.
Kunal: What is that supposed to mean? The Lion King is a beautiful movie about life, but also very sad.
Simon: It’s for kids. You’re grown up.
Kunal: It’s not for kids. Some things are for kids AND adults. Also the musical is so great, and not only kids watch this.
Melissa: Stop with that, guys. Let’s try this and focus that we want to see things again the way they are.

They put their keys together, holding it high in the air, in the middle of the circle. Big flash light crosses them, and after the light is gone, everything looks like Sheldon and Leonard’s apartement again.

Friday, July 27, 2012

What are you looking for? -Part 20

This is the 20th of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 19 parts before - you find them below that post. Next part will come next Monday.  

Kaley: Your turn, girl.
Mayim: I know, I know. Okay let me think what we already got.

She frees herself from Kaley’s arm and walks through the room.

Mayim: Do not only believe your eyes. Life is like a computer game. Believe in your dreams. No one is ever really alone. Do everything to make your dreams come true. What is missing? There is still nothing about Sheldon and Amy. About relationships. This is so important. In this season more than in the ones before.
Kaley: Relationships and love has always been a part of the show.

Kaley thinks, turns her head and looks into the air.

Johnny: But only Penny and Leonard’s relationship. These up’s and down’s and on’s and off’s.
Kunal: He’s right. It was all about Penny and Leonard. Now it is also about Amy and Sheldon and Howard and Bernadette.
Mayim: So it’s supposed to be something about that. What have all the three couples in common?
Kaley: Being together with a geek can cause many trouble. Trouble that most relationships don’t have to deal with, like buying toys because you know the boys like it but then they won’t use it what is was made for.
Mayim: Or a boyfriend who wants to make a video game’s night instead of accompaning his girlfriend to a birthday party of one of her relatives.
Kaley: Or who loves to play with trains instead of going to a wedding.
Mayim: It’s not easy. Neither for Penny and Leonard nor for Bernadette and Howard. At least the last couple had their final ending. One of which Amy is dreaming to have it with Sheldon.
Kunal: All beautiful relationships. And love stories. Every couple is special on its own and has its unique and individual problems.
Mayim: I guess the most important part in a relationship is to overcome all the obstacles that will appear. They challenge a relationship, make it special. Otherwise there wouldn’t be a beautiful love story, everything would be boring.

The sparkling light with the key shines in front of Mayim, who is totally happy that she also gets her key.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

What are you looking for? -Part 19

This is the 19th of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 18 parts before - you find them below that post. Next part will come tomorrow.  

Mayim, lays her arm over his shoulder: The relationship between Amy and Sheldon isn’t also that what most people would have expect. For some it might not even be a real relationship. I think according to this, there are so many possibilities for being happy, there shouldn’t be only one definition.

Kunal nods: You are all right. Raj isn’t alone. He never was and never will be, because of his friends and family. They care and wanna help him, and he will find the right partner at the right place and time.

Sparkling light comes down in front of Kunal.

Kunal jumbs up in the air, grabs for it and dances like in a Bollywood movie.

Kunal: Got my key, got my key.

Simon holds his right hand in front of his eyes, and shakes his head.

Simon: I can’t look at this. He can be more embarrassing than Raj.
Kaley, looks at Kunal, laughing: I like Bollywood movies, especially the dances, the dresses of the girls and the pure romantic.

Johnny, who finally sits down on his desk chair: This looks like a dream life. So colorful and romantic people everywhere.
Bill: But some dreams can come true. Look at this.

He tries to imitate a fight with his laser sword.

Bill: No one can win against me. I have the sword and now I will control his ship.

He walks to the control panel of the Enterprise, or what looks like that, but in fact he walks behind the couch. Everyone looks at him.

Kaley: He totally lives his dream now.
Mayim: He made his dream come true when Leonard Nimoy and Stephan Hawking came to us. I guess this was his hightlight of the fifth season.
Simon: Like Howard, Bill make his dream come true. He worked and tried and never stopped to believe in his dream. Finally, it became reality.

Another sparkling, this time in front of Simon, who happily and smiling grabs at it.

Mayim: Oh damn it. I am the smartest here, but the last one to get the key.
Kunal: Bill also hasn’t gotten his, yet.
Bill: Ready for take-off. 3-2-1.

He pushs some buttons and starts the ‘ship’. He leans back like it would actually start.

Simon: I don’t think he is interested in finding his key.
Johnny: Yeah, he is deep in his dream. Like being caught.
Kaley: Okay, I think we have found the real geek on this.

She stands up and goes into the kitchen, stands between Kunal and Mayim, leaning her right arm on Mayim and the left on Kunal. She looks at Mayim.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

What makes a good parent?

Last Saturday I celebrated my 24th birthday. And it was the first time I spent it with Ella, the cute little daughter of my best friend. Of course I have already seen her before, but on my last birthday, my friend Krissy was still pregnant. I was shopping with her not just once, to buy all the baby stuff. It's simply amazing that the little girl will already turn 1 year next month. Time is really rushing by. I never felt like that when I was a child - back then a year seemed to be endless.

kids need to be loved....

Ella was wished, but later. My friend wanted to go to college first and after that she wanted to have a baby. She felt too young and not really ready, but after she figured out she was pregnant, she knew that she wanted the child. I read so many discussions about when a life actually starts and for me an unborn baby is already alive, because he or she lives. And when you feel your baby moving in you, it is already a part of you that you don't wanna miss anymore. I think it doesn't depend on someone's age to get the fear doing something wrong. I think when you feel too young or say you first need to earn enough money to allow your child the best possible childhood, you are already caring, and that makes a good parent.

I heard so many people who said that they could never raise an adopted kid or have a foster child. Because they wouldn't feel connected to them. One friend of my mom also said, that she doesn't know about the parents and so doesn't know what the child will once be like. But seriously, do you know that about your own child? And isn't it the education, the way you raise your child, the way he or she becomes? I think DNA is just a base. It's like the stage in a theater and the education is the play.

...and wanna show their love
My aunt has three foster children and she loves them all like they would be her own kids. The parents of two of the kids, who are actual brother and sister, don't care about their kids. They haven't given them much food, so they were totally scraggy and are still much smaller than they are supposed to be. My aunt gave this kids a new chance to live. When they were asked if they wanna go back to their parents they said no. These days they don't even wanna have contact like telephone calls or writing  letters. I guess that is really sad, and why shouldn't there be a person who help these innocent kids? Don't they have a right to live?

I have often asked myself what actually makes a good parent? A good parent takes care of his or her child, gives him or her a place to live and share his or her love. Love is what keeps us alive. If a mom doesn't feel ready and think she couldn't raise the baby and give it a good childhood - whatever the reason for that would be - and so she gives away her baby, I think that makes a good mom. Better than keeping the baby and let him or her suffer by not giving them anything to eat and drink. Someone who has the chance to raise a baby, and give this given-away baby a new chance to live and a new home, isn't that a good mom, too?

I also think that gay people can be good parents. It might be a little bit strange for most people, because it's simply not that common yet, but as long as they are caring. Why not? After I have seen Neil Patrick Harris on Kelly Ripa last month I believe that he and David are good fathers. They really love their twins and spending time with them. They can't have their own children, and I know that there are lots of couples, not only gay couples, who can't have own kids either, so an adoption is the only possible way for them to raise a baby.

DNA is not the only connection. The biggest connection is love. Everyone has love to give. And wouldn't it be a good feeling if you would know you helped a person? This little girl or boy wouldn't be able to live without you, or not that well? Wouldn't it be as you would have given this person a life? What makes a good parent for you?

What are you looking for? -Part 18

This is the 18th of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 17 parts before - you find them below that post. Next part will come tomorrow.  

Kaley: Ahhh, cold milk.

Everyone turn to her who tried to drink the milk but as she still can’t see the bottle, the milk is all over her face.

Kaley, frustrated: I hate that. I wanna see again.
Johnny, smiled: You’re the milk lady.

Kaley focuses him, leans her head towards her left shoulder and throws the bottle at him, but doesn’t hit him.
Kaley puts her hands over her head and leans back into the chair.

Kaley: Oh come on, guys. You are actors, so just act like the super geniuses you play on that show. Solve it as quickly as they would do it, because I really need to see things again the way they are supposed to be.
Johnny: You still have milk on your face, baby girl.

He grinned by saying that, and Kunal and Simon join him.
Mayim, who leans on the kitchen table, is thinking.

Mayim: As I am the only one with a real PhD I guess it’s on me now. Unbelievable that I still haven’t gotten my key. I must miss something. Anything about Sheldon and Amy.
Johnny: I guess everyone has to find his or her special thing that occurred to our characters. At least it fits to Kaley and Melissa, but I’m not so sure about mine.

While Johnny is thinking and tries to find his desk chair to sit down, Simon sits down on the floor and looks like he tries to meditate.

Kunal: What is that supposed to be?
Simon: Maybe this helps when I listen to my voice within. Try to find it, focus on it and then the answer will appear right in front of me.

Simons closes his eyes and begins to meditate.

Bill, still impressed looking at his sword: You know that Dharma’s not on Big Bang?
Simon, opened his eyes: What?
Bill: Dharma would have meditated but I guess this won’t help you here. As I said it has nothing to do with Big Bang.

Kunal bends down to Simon, asking him: What is he talking about?
Simon: Guess Dharma and Greg, the show he did before Big Bang. But I haven’t thought about Dharma. I just try to find a way, to find my sentence, my truth, my key.

Kunal claps Simon on his shoulder, stands upright again and walkes to Mayim in the kitchen.

Kunal: Maybe you are the only one who try to think like that. It’s nothing Howard would do.
Simon: Yeah, the only one who would do stuff like that is Raj.
Kunal: Don’t say anything about bad him. He is the nicest guy on earth and the only one without a girl friend. That’s not fair. He should be happy, too.
Simon: Yeah but it’s hard when he can’t talk to women without being drunk.

Simon stands up from the floor and stands next to Melissa who holds her key tightly with her hands.

Kunal: I think he will soon figure out how to solve his problem and then he won’t be alone anymore.
Melissa: Do you really think he is alone? He has friends and his family to support him.
Kunal: Yeah, parents who think he’s gay. That’s not help.
Melissa: Maybe he finds a man who makes him happy. There’s nothing wrong with that. As long as he is happy. And I think he will find his perfect partner. Girl friend or boy friend.

Liebster Blog Award

I started blogging after I realized that we are all connected with each other in some way. I still believe that some people have to meet in life, some have to get in touch with each other, to get another point of view on several things that occur in someone’s life. I already got in touch with so many people here on Blogger and I still love it. To read about other guys' life and to read their comments about things you wrote about your life and your opinion on some things. It can change you in a positive way. When you find out that there is a solution for everything. I am one of these persons who believes in fate. It could be because of what had happened to me one year ago. I also think that we are the person we are today because of our past. The experiences we made changed us and so the people we’re surrounded with.

Now I would like to thank Stephanie from An Organized Mess who has nominated me for the Liebster Blog Award. It is so kind of you being one of the persons who considered me to pass the award on to. And it was also a great birthday present. It is something that you can’t buy. When people think about you in a positive way, it’s the most precious thing that can happen to you. So thanks again.

And here is how it works:
1. Each person must post 11 things about themselves.
2. Answer the questions that the tagger set for you, plus create 11 questions for the people you've tagged to answer.
3. Choose up to 11 people with blogs who have less than 200 followers, and link them in your post.
4. Go to their page and tell them.

Here we go with 11 things about me: 

1. I am kinda addicted to pianos. I once played it when my aunt still had one, but I never learned it. But when I see one I always feel the urge to play but then I stop myself, telling me that I never had lessons, and dont wanna bother anyone around.
2. I used to play The Sims. Actually I love video games, and if I have the time I will play that game again.
3. I also love to play board games. It is great to do that with your friends. You can hang out, chat and simply have a great time.
4. I am obsessed with music. One day without it, and I would go crazy.
5. I used to play the flute in an orchestra.
6. I wrote a musical for a very close friend of mine who moved away. Back then I was about 13.
7. My favorite animal is the owl. I simply love their eyes.
8. I am defintely a friend of the summer. I love to spend the day with my friends, just sitting outside and having a cold drink. I also freeze very easily, and so I just feel better when the sun is shining.
9. My favorite cities in America that I wanna go to are Los Angeles, Houston and New York. In each of these are lots of theaters and I simply love it.
10. My favorite musical that I have seen so far is Chicago. Such a good and simply timeless story. I also love the Queen musical We will rock you, the ABBA musical Mamma Mia (but I like the on stage performance better than the movie) and Dance of the Vampires – because it also has such a good and timeless story. It contains so much of our own life if you listen to the songs carefully.
11. I love to fly to different countries, see different places and meet other people. I also love city tours. Last year I spent a week in London and loved it very much.

And here are Stephanie's questions:

1) Skittles or Starbursts?
- Skittles
2) If you could go anywhere in the world and take one person, where would you go and who would you take? 
- I would go to Los Angeles because I have relatives living there that I havent seen for years, and it seems to be such a wonderful place and the best for my dream job to work on. I would go with my dear and close friend Sarah.
3) More so than just morning or night, it is at what time that you look at the clock and see your favourite time of day?
- I prefer the afternoon, if I would have to choose between morning and night, I am a night person. I love to get up late and stay up longer.
4) If you could be a bird or a fish, which would you choose? Why?
- Thats difficult because I love to swin and I love the seaworld. But I would also enjoy flying. I love to sit on a plane and see everything from above and be faster further away. I guess I would choose the bird.
5) How do you eat your Oreos?
- I honestly dont like Oreos. Does that make me a weirdo? :P
6) Why did you start a Blog?
- Most of all to get in touch with people all over the world. Telling them about my life, and also get their point of view is such a great thing. I have already written with so many kind people. They inspired me with their words, what they write about their life in their own blog but also when they comment something I wrote. Its a great thing for a writer and I always enjoyed writing – not only about my life. I also love to write stories, create my own characters, writing my own plays, novels and so on.
7) How do you want to be remembered after you die?
- I hope that people will remember me as a good person. I believe that after someone passed away and people liked that person, her or his soul will come home and continue to live in them. So when I could go on living in the persons I loved, I would be in heaven.
8) Favourite Disney movie?
9) What is that one song you could listen to over and over again?
- Whew! Thats hard to say, I listen to music every day and love so many songs. Currently my favorite song is one of the Scotish singer Amy MacDonald called Life in a beautiful light – it totally cheers me up. It has such good lyrics, you sing along and just feel happy.
10) When have you been at your happiest?
- I would say thats now. Last year I had a really tough time, it was the worst part of my life that I could remember and I definitely dont wanna go back. Now I found the beauty and sense of my life again, I know what I wanna do and achieve in life. It is important to have goals to work for, to appreciate what you have and to believe in your dreams and let them one by one come true.
11) Are you going to pass on this award, or have you given up with all the work it entails?
- I will pass it on because I love the idea to show someone that you like the work of someone else. It shows that you are interested in her or him and wanna know more about that person. I was very happy that you considered me for that – and wrote me on my birthday! Which made it extra special to me – and I wanna continue with that tradition because I know so many good blogs and nice persons. And I wanna show them that I like what they do and appreciate what they do.

And here are 11 questions to some very nice people I'd like to pass the award on:

1.     Do you believe in miracles?
2.     What is the reason you started your blog?
3.     What is your favorite animal and why?
4.     What do you appreciate the most about your life?
5.     What was the last book youve read and whats it about?
6.     If you would go to a lonely island, which three things would you take with you?
7.     Do you thing that failure is always a bad thing or can it also encourage you to retry or try it differently?
8.     Have you ever had a life changing moment? And if so, what was it about?
9.     What is your favorite TV show?
10.  Besides writing, what do you mostly do on your computer?
11.  If you could change something in your life, what would you change?

The people I chose are very kind. I follow their blogs for a long time right now and I love to read what they write. They have inspired me in so many ways, and so I hope you guys will continue this tradition. I really look forward reading your answers:

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

What are you looking for? -Part 17

This is the 17th of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 16 parts before - you find them below that post. Next part will come tomorrow.  

Melissa: I also wanna see such a sparkling light in front of me. I wanna have my key. So what is the next big thing that happened in the fifth season? Oh, I guess a very big thing is the wedding between Howard and Bernadette. I guess the next key is something about that.
Kunal: Oh come on. This is not the next thing, that’s the last thing.
Melissa: The best always comes last. It’s the most important thing that occurred to the guys. But mostly to the most wonderful character on the show.

Melissa looks gushing into the air. Simon sits next to her, looks into the same direction and adds.

Simon: Yeah. Howard’s the best.
Melissa, looking confused at him: No, of course I am talking about Bernadette. She is the awesomeness in person.
Simon, looks at Melissa: She’s cute and the perfect match for Howard, but he is the dude, man.
Melissa: Yeah. He’s wonderful and she’s so proud having him. She changed him, made him a better person. What he said to Penny to apologize for what he did before he met Bernadette was just too sweet.
Kaley: It was the sweetest thing I’ve ever heard and I would have at least expected that from Howard.

Kaley holding the invisible bottle of milk in her hand and walks to Melissa, where she thinks was the table, and sit down next to it, on the also invisble brown chair.

Melissa: People can change. I guess nobody thought about Howard being the first getting married and also the first who got the chance to realize his big dream – flying into space. It’s like believe in your dreams and give them wings to fly.

There is another sparkling coming down the ceiling, right in front of Melissa.

Melissa: My key. I knew it was something about that. It’s too beautiful to be left out.

She stands in front of the table, hugging the key like a teddy bear. Also Simon stands up, holding his arms from his body like being totally shocked.

Simon: Why haven’t I said that? It’s too obvious.
Kunal: I can’t believe that this was the next key. Maybe this all doesn’t have any specific order. It can be everything. We have to think about what had happened.

Monday, July 23, 2012

What are you looking for? -Part 16

This is the 16th of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 15 parts before - you find them below that post. Next part will come tomorrow.  

Melissa tries to look for something else, then just falling down the stage.

Kunal runs towards her, but then stops.

Kunal: I don’t wanna fall, and I don’t see where the stage ends. Are you okay, Melissa?
Melissa: I get smaller and smaller. I wanted to climb on the framework again. I wanted to get my overview back.
Simon: You won’t get it back. No one will get it back, we are trapped here.
Kunal: I hear the mouse again.
Simon, annoyed: Would you stop that? I am not a mouse.

Johnny tries to calm them down.

Johnny: Guys, please. Let’s think about what the girl said.
Kunal: Shouldn’t we first help Melissa?
Johnny: I would, if I could.
Melissa: But I can’t, so I shan’t. That was what Sheldon said in the first episode of the fifth season, right?

Melissa climbs onto the stage again, stands and looks at the guys.

Johnny: Right. Maybe we should more think about Sheldon. Maybe this is the way to find Jim.
Simon claps into his hands: Okay everyone, let’s think about what Sheldon said.

Everyone is thinking.

Melissa: Jim would be very useful now. He can remember everything. All the lines.

She sighs and sits on the table in front of the couch, which still can’t be seen by any of them.

Kunal: But he isn’t here. What has she done to him? Where has she brought him to?
Johnny: Let us think about what she said about the computer. She compared the life to it. Instead of zeros and ones, everything is created with atoms. But what does that mean? That our life is like a computer, or a computer game? Does this make any sense?

In front of him a little light shines, comes down and stops at the height of his eyes.

Kaley, happy: You got it. The second key. I am so happy for you.

Johnny grabs the keys, and starts dancing and smiles.

Johnny grinned: I got it. I don’t know anymore what I said, but I got my key.

Kunal: Oh my God, you got a key. We are all proud of you. I don’t want mine, when it changes me, and let me turn into a freak like them.

He sounds sarcastic, wants to sit somewhere but always falls down on the floor and so he stops trying.

Kunal: I don’t care.

Friday, July 20, 2012

What are you looking for? -Part 15

This is the 15th of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 14 parts before - you find them below that post. Next part will come next Monday. 

Kaley: But now it is your turn. I won’t do anything now. It’s all on you.

She makes a curtsey like for a royal, and goes with her key to the place where the kitchen is supposed to be.

Melissa: So for me, what was the key? Why did she get that? Because of what she said?
Simon: I think so. But what has she said which wasn’t already said?
Mayim: This is not what it looks like. The girl said we should think about the fifth season. And we should always come back to the main sentence.
Kunal: The sentence of truth. The only one who thought so much about it was Sheldon. Do you think Jim would know that? Would he understand that all?

He looks at Johnny who thinks about it.

Johnny: Ahmm, I don’t think so. But his help wouldn’t be bad on this. So we really should find him.

Kaley: Ouch. Oh I guess there is the wall. Where exactly is the fridge, Johnny?

She is looking for the fridge but goes against the wall.

Johnny: I don’t know its coordinates, Kaley. Maybe your brilliant mind can calculate that.
Kaley: Are you mad at me because I got the first key?
Johnny, sarcastic: No, I am not.

Johnny, now sounds annoyed: What are the keys for? And how many do we need? Anyone of us needs one key, or five keys because of five seasons? When do we know that we have them all, and how do we use them?
Mayim: Let’s first try to find them all. I guess we will figure it out when we have them all.

Kaley holds somethings in his hands, she looks at it, but nobody can see that she is holding something.

Kaley: I am holding a bottle of milk, but I can’t see it. This is so strange, totally odd. I do never want to become blind. I really wanna see again what’s really existing.

She sounds frustrated, starts to cry, rest herself on the kitchen table. Mayim comes over, and try to comfort her. She lies her arms around her.

Mayim: Do not cry, sweetie. We will find all the keys, and then we’ll be able to see again.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

What are you looking for? -Part 14

This is the 14th of 22 parts from my first script named 'What are you looking for?' Please make sure you read the first 13 parts before - you find them below that post. Next part will come tomorrow. 

Mayim: What is so great on a simple candlestick? Why is it so easy to make Bill happy? Or to let him drift into another world, or where ever we are.
Johnny: Okay it seems like we have to do this without Bill’s help. And with our new super genius.

He looks at Kaley, who only nodds and smiles.

Kaley: Right guys. Penny is not like Sheldon, she allows you to shine. So act like suns. Brighting up everything around us, like Jim did.
Johnny: By the way, where is he? He was gone after he helped the girl, creating whatever it was to dazzle us and let us see this here.
Kunal: We should find him.
Mayim: She said he’s fine, hasn’t she?
Johnny: But do you believe her? After all she did, and said?
Simon: You are the scientist among us: could it be possible what she said?
Mayim: Maybe. I never thought about that. It sounds possible to me. Like in a computer. There is everything made out of zeros and ones, but we see so much more. And everything is made of various atoms, they make the form of every body. But to change the code of something, that the sunlight is reflected differently on it, so it looks differently in our eyes – I never really thought about that.

Kaley sighs, put her head into her hands, and rests her arms on her lap.

Kaley: So this is all not what it looks like. We are not on Star Trek, this is still Big Bang. We are still in the apartment. We don’t have to believe our eyes, we have to see with something else.

A light is sparkling in front of her. Falling down and stopping right in front of her eyes. Kaley grabs for it, holding a key.

Kaley: Oh my God. That’s the first key. I got it. I am so smart.

She jumps off of the couch, smiles all over her face and start to dance and sing.

Kaley: I am the best, I am the smartest, no one is better than I am.
Johnny to Simon and Kunal: Now, she is completely gone.

He looks up in the air, and turns his head away from her. He sounds a bit frustrated. Kaley stops singing and dancing and turns to Kunal, Simon and Johnny.

Kaley: Oh, I’m sorry guys. I wanted let you shine. Maybe this was the Sheldon in me. The proof for you, that I am the smartest. I am holding the first key.

She holds it with both hands and smiles and makes little jumps.

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