Speak Now 3 Unit 4 Lesson 13 - 16 VideoSpeak Now 3 Unit 4 VIDEO Scripts
Tom: Whoo. It feels good to be back home.Eric: Definitely.Eric: Tom? Did you close the window before we left?Tom: Of course I did.Eric: But the window is open.Eric: Things are all over the floor.Tom: Strange! Maybe it was the wind.Eric: I think we’ve been robbed. I’m missing something.Tom: Oh no! Let me go check my room.Tom: Everything is in my room. And the TV is here. What are you missing?Eric: I don’t understand. Why would anyone take Brownie?Tom: Eric, I’m sorry, but what is Brownie? Was it really valuable?Eric: My grandmother gave it to me when I was a kid. It must be worth a lot of money right now! It’s an antique!Tom: I read an interesting story online about a person sold an old object from the eighteen-hundreds, thinking it wasn’t worth anything – turned out to be an antique worth over million dollars.Eric: Wow. Tom. Thanks.Tom: I’m sorry, probably not the best time to be telling you that.Eric: We should call the police.Tom: Um…Eric: Can you do it? I’m very upset right now.Eric: Please?! Please?Tom: OK.Tom: Hi, is this the local police station?Eric: Tell them we’ve been robbed and I’m very upset.Tom: Eric, my roommate, believes we’ve been robbed.Eric: Tell them I’m very upset.Tom: He says he’s really upset. Mm hm. No, the TV is here. Actually everything is here.Eric: Except my antique. My grandmother gave it to me in 1996!Tom: Right. He’s telling me he’s missing an antique from 1996. Mm hm. Hold on. What does it look like?Eric: It’s round. It’s very small. It’s brown.Tom: What is it exactly?Eric: I have a picture of it. Here.Tom: It’s uh… it’s a teddy bear. Right. OK, thank you officer.Eric: What did they say?Tom: That a teddy bear from 1996 is not an antique.Eric: Well, this is just awful! What could’ve happened?Tom: Eric? Is this Brownie?Eric: Yes!Tom: It was underneath the sofa!Eric: How did it get there? …Tom? Tom?