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This episode, Karen has trouble with her first period.
Published March 16, 2009 5k views More Info »
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Starring, written and directed by Julie Dove and Jenny M. Rich
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Published March 16, 2009

The
Teacher's Lounge – Episode 1 “First Period”


INT.
- A Teacher's Lounge


SFX-
School Bell Ringing



Karen



I hate this period.



Carol



Be grateful for it. I
had to take nine pregnancy tests last week.



Karen



What?



Carol



Um… never mind.



Karen



I need your advice
about David.



Carol



The guy you met last
week at Coffee Bean.



Karen



No, my student David
Parker, he replaced all the pencils in my pencil cup holder with
tampons. I asked him where he got tampons and he said from my purse.



Carol



(Laughing) Tampons.
Brilliant. I wish I would’ve thought of that.



Karen



Whether it was funny is
not the point. This kid was in my purse.



Carol



Who cares? It’s not
like he’s gonna find anything of value of in there.



Karen



That’s not true. I
have 52 cents a day until our next pay period.



Carol



But we just got paid.



Karen



Our friendship is so
good for my self-esteem.



Carol



I’m sorry. I’m just
so exhausted today and my back is killing me.



Karen



Woke up in the wrong
side of the bed?



Carol



More like under the
bed.



Karen



Oh, God do I even wanna
know where this is going?



Carol



I met this amazing guy
last night when I went out getting a Big Gulp. He taught me how to
play this awesome game called find the Pop Tart.



Karen



Congratulations, you
just ruined my favorite breakfast food.



Carol



Look, I know just the
thing to make you feel better. Tell little Mr. David Parker to be in
my room for recess tomorrow for a detention.



Karen



Detention is a joke to
these kids.








Carol



Trust me on this.


CUT
TO:





STILL
PHOTO OF DAVID IN CAROL’S CLASSROOM WITH TAMPONS STICKING OUT OF
HIS NOSE AND EARS.



Carol (VO)



If you tell anyone,
I’ll text this photo to every kid in the sixth grade. (TO KAREN)
That’ll teach him to stay out a teacher’s purse.


END
OF EPISODE

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