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The Last Friends of Willie Coyote


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NARRATOR (cont'd)
One thing that they nearly all share
in though is that they are here
because they want to be here.
But then again, among the more remote
and rarely visited regions of these
beautiful cliffs and canyons, there
are also those...
(beat)
EXT. DESERT - DAY
A silhouette of a figure almost totally obscured by dense
swirling dust stands next to an oddly shaped cactus. It's
impossible to make out who or even what the figure is, other
than it appears to be standing on two legs. The dust thickens
to the point of zero visibility.
NARRATOR
... who have no choice.
EXT. DESERT - DAY
A long and straight two lane paved road stretches through the
desert. There are no vehicles in sight. An abandoned gas
station sits alongside the highway with several other decrepit
buildings around it. A weathered road sign identifies the
1980's-era ghost town as "HAMBLEM". A beat-up older compact
car moving down the highway comes into view.
INT. CAR - DAY - TRAVELING
Three people in their late twenties and a dog are inside.
MIKE drives, VAUGHN sits in the front passenger seat and a
beauty named ELLA sits in the back seat. Ella's bare feet
stick out of an open car window. The dog, a miniature
dachshund named SID sits panting on Ella's lap.
Ella pours some water out of a bottle into a cup and gives it
to Sid. The car slows and passes by the derelict gas station.
In front of the station a faded sign on a bent pole reads
"HAMBLEM'S GAS STATION" and "LAST GAS FOR 160 MILES". Mike
glances at the gas gauge, which shows near-empty.
MIKE
This one is closed too Vaughn. Ok,
I'm starting to officially panic.
VAUGHN
We haven't even seen another car on
this road...
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