And he's not going to take it anymore.
- July 16, 2009
- 120k Views
Starring Jack McBrayer
Written by Chad Carter
Directed by Jake Szymanski
July 16, 2009
Announcer: And now…
The words – AND NOW – appear.
Announcer: Jack McBrayer…
The words – JACK McBRAYER – appear. Jack McBrayer steps into the shot and smiles at the camera.
Announcer: is very angry...
The words – IS VERY ANGRY – appear. Jack McBrayer shifts from smiling to scowling into the camera.
Announcer: and very far away.
The words – AND VERY – appear and the camera pulls back to reveal Jack
McBrayer standing in the middle of an intersection. The words – FAR
AWAY – appear.
Jack McBrayer: No! That’s the stupidest thing I’ve heard. Why? Why? Why? Why? Why? Why?
Jack McBrayer jumps up and down in the middle of the intersection as a
car passes him. He then punches the air. The shot cuts to a long
distance shot of Jack McBrayer pacing around in a parking lot.
Jack McBrayer: Jesus! I swear to God I’m going to rip…God.
The shot cuts to a distance shot of Jack McBrayer on a dirt road out in
the country. He is jumping up and down in anger. He screams
incoherently for several seconds and then kicks a trash can by the side
of the road.
Jack McBrayer: Unbelievable. I was just getting used to…
Jack McBrayer then picks up the trash can and throws it. The trash can
starts rolling down the road. The shot cuts to some bushes that are
Jack McBrayer: I was going for it and now I just have to guess.
The shot cuts back to Jack McBrayer in the parking lot.
Jack McBrayer: Oh you piece of shit.
Jack McBrayer kicks one of the cars in the parking lot. The car alarm goes off.
Jack McBrayer: Fuck this shit!
The shot cuts to a very distant shot of Jack McBrayer carrying a bag up some stairs toward a large house.
Jack McBrayer: This shit is so heavy. I’ve got to go up all these
stairs to that stupid fucking balcony over there. And bushes, there’s
so many bushes. And God more stairs are you kidding me? No, no, no. I
dropped my bag. Grrrr. Grrrr.
Jack McBrayer can be seen dropping the bag and shaking his fists at the sky. The shot cuts to an overlook of a valley.
Jack McBrayer: Let me out of this tiny, tiny Hell on the hill.
The shot cuts to Jack McBrayer standing in a tunnel and holding what
appears to be a machine gun. He laughs hysterically while he fires a
gun at the walls of the tunnel and watches the bullets ricochet around.
The shot then cuts back to Jack McBrayer in the intersection. He
mumbles incoherently while shaking his fists and stomping around
Jack McBrayer: And what the frak?
The shot zooms back in close onto Jack McBrayer’s face.
Jack McBrayer: Woo! Thanks for letting me get that off my chest.
Jack McBrayer starts smiling again and then gives the camera a goodbye wave.