Mom - spec episode by Cannon Rosenau | Script Revolution

Mom - spec episode

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The gang thinks Marjorie's off the wagon when they follow her to a shady night club. Bonnie and Christie end up getting jobs there.
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Marjorie's been missing meetings and not showing up to lunch with the gals. The gang follows her one day and finds that she's been hanging out at a skeezy night club, dressed like a tart. The nightclub is named after Jill from her party days. Once the bouncer lets them in finally, Christie corners her when she sees some young dude hand her a wad of cash. Marjorie admits that she had to take a job there as a cocktail waitress in order to pay some past medical bills. Christie takes a job there too to chip away at her gambling debt. Bonnie unofficially takes a job as the bouncer and is drunk with power. Jill loves the attention and gets all hopped up on energy drinks to fake her legendary club comeback. A wasted Baxter shows up and flaunts his wads of cash around. Being the kind soul that he is along with his impaired judgment, he offers all the cash to Christie. It's enough to get her out of debt, but instead she passes it on to Marjorie.

Submitted: January 10, 2019
Last Updated: January 10, 2019
Times Downloaded: 1
Last Downloaded: January 10, 2019

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The Writer: Cannon Rosenau

I am an optioned screenwriter, published playwright and have an MFA in Scriptwriting. I have 4 kids, 3 dogs, 2 pointless cats and 1 wonderful husband. We live in beautiful North Idaho where we've had to learn to speak Canadian. Just a small effort in order to live at the base of a ski resort and a mile from a beach on the fifth deepest lake in the country. I've always been a hobby writer. But really it's free therapy - writing keeps the voices from taking over my head. I tend to write feature length scripts that always have a happy ending. I also venture out to sitcoms, goofball feature scripts, shorts and novels. Go to bio

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