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Munchkin 1: Do you think she’ll find us?!
Munchkin 2: I don’t know. Wicked Ester is so scary!
Munchkin 1: She just seems to TOWER over us!
Ester: Where are you, munchkins! You better not be hiding your lunch money from me! Come out or you’re going to regret it!
Ester: There you are!
Munchkin 1: You promised to stop bullying us if we nominated you for Homecoming Queen!
Ester: Ha! I do love my Ruby Homecoming Sash. But that promise was made LAST week. This week is different.
Munchkin 2: Ester, you’re so wicked!
Ester: So what? What can you do about it? Now give me your lunch money!
Dorothy: Where am I? Oz High Mathematics 101? Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore.
Dorothy: Oh no! I’m so sorry!
Glinda: Are you a good student or a bad student?
Dorothy: Excuse me? I don’t understand you …
Glinda: Well, everyone wants to know since you knocked out Wicked Ester, the bully who works as an enforcer for the Wicked Teacher, Ms. West.
Are you going to be the main bully now?
Dorothy: No, I guess I’m a good student. I’m Dorothy from Kansas. But wait! I didn’t mean to knock her out.
Glinda: Don’t worry. It’s fine that you knocked her out. Now the munchkins can come out from hiding.
Dorothy: The munchkins?
Glinda: Come out munchkins, you’re safe now!
Munchkin 1: Glinda, you promised to take care of Wicked Ester when we voted you in as student body president.
Glinda: Sigh … I know. I’m trying to be a good student body president. It just takes time.
Munchkin 2: Well, at least Dorothy here did something about it!
Munchkin 1: Now we can eat lunch to our heart’s content!
Dorothy: Let go of me!
Munchkins: The witch is dead!
Munchkins: We represent the math club!
Munchkins: We represent the glee club!
Munchkins: We represent the chess club!
Ms. West: What’s all this noise? What’s going on here?
Munchkin 2: Oh no! It’s Ms. West!
Munchkins: The Wicked Ms. West? Hide!
Ms. West: Do I NEED to use my Board of Ed here on somebody? Where’s Ester?
Ms. West: Oh! What has happened here? Who did this? You look guilty!
Dorothy: Me? I swear I didn’t do it on purpose! Wicked Ester just came across to me and ran into the door.
Ms. West: Liar! You probably pushed her on purpose!
Dorothy: No, I wouldn’t! It was just an accident. Please understand that!
Glinda: Dorothy is telling the truth, Ms. West. We all saw it.
Ms. West: You keep out of this, Glinda, or I’ll give you a month of extra homework.
Glinda: I’m not your student anymore, so you have no power over me.
Ms. West: Fine! But I’ll get you yet! I’ll just take this ruby sash with me.
Glinda: The homecoming sash? Ester lost any right to that by mistreating the munchkins. It is within my power to pass the sash to someone else.
Ms. West: What? It’s mine! I gave it to Ester in the first place!
Glinda: I know someone who will put this sash to much better use than you.
Dorothy: Me? But … I’m new here in this school.
Glinda: Perhaps … but I know that you already won the munchkin votes for homecoming queen.
Dorothy: But what am I supposed to do with this?
Glinda: It doesn’t matter. I know that this Ruby Homecoming Sash is in good hands with you. But don’t let Ms. West get a hold of it no matter what.
Ms. West: Oh Glinda... you will pay for this! Just you watch and see. Now, as for you, my pretty, I’ll get you and your ruby sash soon enough!
Dorothy: I don’t know what’s happening. Plus, I’m here less than ten minutes and that Wicked Ms. West already hates me! I want to go home.
Glinda: Don’t cry. As the student body president, I’ll tell you a secret. I know someone who can solve your problems.
Dorothy: Really? Please tell me!
Glinda: You must seek out the advice columnist known as the Wizard. He seems to solve everybody’s problems somehow.
You can probably find him at the newspaper office, the Emerald Times.
Dorothy: How do I find the Emerald Times?
Glinda: Well, all you have to do is follow the yellow lockers.
Dorothy: Follow the yellow lockers…
Scarecrow: Help! Help!
Dorothy: Where is that noise coming from?
Scarecrow: I’m stuck in here. Can you please open this locker?
Scarecrow: In here! In here!
Dorothy: What in the world are you doing in there?
Scarecrow: What do you think I’m doing in there... spring cleaning? No … this locker is pretty much my life. I’m in here more often than not.
Dorothy: That’s terrible! Who put you in there? Bullies? The jocks?
Scarecrow: No. Worse. It was the ANS.
Dorothy: ANS? Who are the ANS?
Scarecrow: The Asian Nerd Society.
Dorothy: Umm … really?
Scarecrow: They’re an elite group of Asian nerds who take pride in being at the head of their classes and they run everything!
The debate team, the science club, mathletes. But they look down on me for being … unadequate.
Dorothy: You mean “inadequate.”
Scarecrow: See! I’m hopeless. I will never amount to anything. That’s why they nicknamed me the Scarecrow. Scott the Scarecrow.
Scarecrow: Because I dress like this and they say that I have no brains!
Dorothy: Well, golly. Sure you do. You just got to make the best of things.
Scarecrow: How could I possibly do that?
Dorothy: I’m going to the Emerald Times to find this “Wizard“ for advice on going back home. Maybe he can get you a tutor to become smarter.
Scarecrow: That would be wonderful. I would finally make my parents so very … very … What’s the word?
Scarecrow: Yea, proud.
Maria: Hello all.
Dancers: Hello, Maria.
Maria: Come on, guys, use those hips.
Maria: OK … a 5, 6, 7, 8.
Maria: Hmm … I think we’ve practice enough for today. I hope everyone signs up to dance for the homecoming pep rally.
Dancer 1: Yeah, everyone except for Tim! He’s so rusty with his moves.
Dancer 2: And what’s up with that outfit? He’s like a “Tin Man.”
Tin Man: But … my outfit is aerodynamic so I can do the moves more easily. Look at my amazing robot!
Tin Man: Um … I’m sorry, Maria.
Maria: Tim, don't listen to them.
Tin Man: Oh my god! Maria actually spoke to me! Her salsa moves are so smoking hot! If I only knew how to dance, I could make her notice me more.
Dorothy: Hey! Be careful! What are you trying to do?
Tin Man: I'm sorry. I’m just wallowing in misery and self pity.
Scarecrow: Umm.. what does “wallowing” mean?
Dorothy: Everything will be alright. What’s wrong?
Tin Man: I'm the world’s worst dancer and I’m so clumsy and I can’t get the girl of my dreams. Because I can’t manage to dance for the pep rally,
Maria will never like me because I'm not a dancer. And …
Dorothy: Okay, okay. Slow down.
Scarecrow: Who’s this Maria?
Tin Man: Only the most amazing dancer since Shakira!
Scarecrow: Ohh … that Maria. Yeah, she’s probably out of your league.
Dorothy: Okay, wait. So what’s the problem again?
Tin Man: Maria will never like me if I can't learn how to salsa.
Dorothy: Well … then practice.
Tin Man: Easier said than done.
Scarecrow: How bad could you be? Show us your moves.
Tin Man: See? I’m going to need a miracle.
Scarecrow: Man, he is really bad!
Dorothy: We should try to help.
Dorothy: I’m helping you, aren’t I?
Dorothy: Come with us. Scarecrow and I are going to see the wizard of the Emerald Times. Maybe he can help you figure out rhythm.
Tin Man: Why are you guys going to go visit him?
Dorothy: Well, I want to go home and Scarecrow wants to become an Asian nerd.
Tin Man: I’ll try anything.
Football Player 1: Why can’t you help us out more! What the heck is wrong with you?
Lion: I’m sorry!
Football Player 2: Stop being such a damn wimp!
Lion: I’m sorry! I just can’t do it anymore!
Football Player 1: Man! Ever since the accident you’ve changed!
Football Player 2: You’re all healed up now! Why can’t you stop being our Lion Mascot and come back onto the team?
Coach: Alright, break it up already!
Coach: Liam! Get your act together already! They need you on the team again!
Lion: I can’t, coach. I freeze whenever I’m afraid now.
Coach: Do you know what they call you behind your back now?
Lion: I know.
Coach: THE COWARDLY LION!
Lion: I know.
Coach: It was JUST a little girl! Who cares if she beat you up! It was a freak accident!
Lion: But … but …
Coach: I give up! Get out of my sight, you waste of talent!
Dorothy: Are … are you okay?
Tin Man: Man up! Why are you crying?
Lion: I’m sorry! I can’t do anything right.
Scarecrow: What’s wrong exactly?
Lion: I can’t stop being a coward.
Tin Man: A coward? And you’re a lion mascot for the team? Heh heh.
Scarecrow: The Cowardly Lion? That’s too perfect! Ha!
Lion: Don’t you think I’ve heard that one already before?
Dorothy: Well, why don’t you come with us?
Lion: What? Why?
Dorothy: We’re going to see the Wizard. He’s supposed to be a great advice columnist at the Emerald Times.
Tin Man: We all have issues … but yours might be the worst.
Scarecrow: I thought I had issues.
Lion: Who are you guys exactly?
Dorothy: I’m Dorothy and I’m new to Oz High. But I want to see how I can move back home to Kansas. So come with us.
Lion: Oh, Dorothy. Thanks.
Lion: EEK! SPIDER!
Tin Man: I think the Wizard is going to have his work cut out for him.
Scarecrow: Well, first we have to find the wizard.
Lion: I’ll never stop being a coward.
Scarecrow: I have something that’ll cheer you up!
Tin Man: Sorry!
Dorothy: Do any of you actually know where the Emerald Times office is? We’ve been walking around for quite some time.
and I’m getting the feeling that we’re lost. All of the homecoming decorations are covering the yellow lockers.
Cowardly Lion: I don’t really. I usually spend most of my time running errands for the football team. Coach never gives me a break.
If I’m not in the mascot costume, I’m either carrying water coolers, or cleaning the dirty uniforms.
Tin Man: Wow! It seems like you work out more than the football players themselves. Did you even ask the coach if you could join the team?
Oh wait! Isn’t that why they call you the… what was it?... oh yeah, the COWARDLY LION!!
Cowardly Lion: Hey! I heard that you got beat by a girl in a dance contest. Seriously, a girl?!
Tin Man: Are you trying to start something … !!
Dorothy: Both of you just stop. We have to hurry and find the office before the bell rings. We’re not supposed to be wandering the halls.
Scarecrow: Well, according to my atomic watch which I perfectly synchronize to the school clock every morning when I walk in, we have precisely…
hmm … precisely five seconds before the bell rings.
Tin Man: You heard the nerd, we better hurry!
Dorothy: Look! There’s the office at the end of the hall! Let’s go!
Ms. West: What do you kids think you’re doing wandering the halls after the bell rung?
Dorothy: Ms. West, we were just …
Ms. West: And you’re carrying an iPod? That’s not allowed!
Dorothy: Toto? You can’t have him!
Ms. West: Be quiet!! Normally I’d send you straight to detention. You four are assigned to the Gymnasium to help set up for homecoming.
Scarecrow: We were so close to making it!
Cowardly Lion: Please don’t hurt me with the “Board of Ed!”
Ms. West: I want the four of you to go over there and help them decorate the gym. And eventually I’ll get that homecoming sash back from you!
Dorothy: Oh no!
Ms. West: And I’ll be back for your iPod, Toto, too!
Scarecrow: Looks like the Korean-Pop dance team is working on their performance for pep rally.
Cowardly Lion: Wow! They look really good!
Tin Man: That’s nothing. I used to do moves like that all the time. It’s so much easier than salsa!
Dance Leader: Great! Now we’ll never be ready for our homecoming performance!
Dorothy: Hey Tin Man, you should show them your dance moves! It’s your time to shine!
Tin Man: Uh, I don’t think so. I’m too clumsy now.
Cowardly Lion: Be brave! Man up!
Scarecrow: Who are you to talk like that!
Dance Leader: Did you just say you know how to dance K-Pop?
Tin Man: Uh … sort of, I guess.
Dance Leader: Well, we’re desperate. Show us what you can do.
Dance Leader: You have lots of potential. You should join our crew for pep rally.
Tin Man: Thanks, but I’m supposed to be helping out with salsa.
Tin Man: But … I’ll think about it.
Dance Leader: You should.
Cheerleader: Ms. West told us to make sure you help us decorate. So here.
Dorothy: Do we have to do this now? We need to go to the Emerald Times.
Scarecrow: Maybe you can cover for us? I promise to give you my homework.
Cheerleader: Ms. West told me that you would try to weasel your way out! We Flying Monkey Cheerleaders are loyal to her,
so don’t you dare try to get out of this! Plus, how did YOU get a homecoming sash and not me?! I mean, seriously, look at how you’re dressed!
Dorothy: Guys, we really have to find a way to get out of here without Ms. West knowing. We have to find the wizard ASAP!
Scarecrow: I have a plan.
Cowardly Lion: What is it?
Scarecrow: There’s a closet where the main P.A. system is located. Only teachers know how to operate it, but I think I can rig it so it’ll work for me.
Tin Man: How do you know how to do this?
Scarecrow: I’ve always been good with electronics. Once I get on, I can make an announcement telling Ms. West to
report to the dean’s office, all the way across the campus. Then we can escape!
Dorothy: It’s worth a try!!
Ms. West: Why aren’t you kids working? If you don’t start helping out, I’ll have you stay after homecoming to clean everything up!
Lion: I’ve had enough! Stop treating me like I’m worthless! Even the football team can’t function without me. I may be the water boy
and Lion mascot, but I’m better than most of the players on the team! I’m just sick of this! Roar!
Ms. West: How dare you speak to me in that tone! I will see you after …
Scarecrow: Please excuse this interruption. Will Ms. West and the Flying Monkey Cheerleaders please report to the dean’s office.
Will Ms. West and the Flying Monkeys please report to the dean’s office.
Ms. West: Oh! Mr. Urena is paging me! Is my hair okay?
Ms. West: Don’t think I’m done with you yet!
Dorothy: Hurry! Let’s go while no one is watching!
Ms. West: Mr. Urena, Mr. Urena, your favorite teacher is here … Mr. Urena?
Ms. West: What are you monkeys doing here? I told you to stay behind. Mr. Urena probably only wanted to see ME, his favorite teacher.
Cheerleader 1: We know, but we were trying to tell you something before you ran off so fast!
The Dean is actually at a conference in New Mexico …. so I have no idea why he would call you down.
Ms. West: What?! So the dean is in New Mexico, and Dorothy is alone in the gym with those freaks! I knew they were up to no good!
Cheerleaders: NOOOO GOOD!
Ms. West: We have to get them back NOW!
Cheerleaders: SO WHAT DO WE DO!?
Ms. West: Oh god! I knew I should have gotten the Asian Nerd Society as my lackeys!
I will use my crystal ball so I can see what those brats are doing now.
Cheerleaders: B- A- L- L!
Cheerleader 2: Umm … wait. What crystal ball?
Ms. West: Never mind! I meant the Crystal Ball security camera system.
Ms. West: What?! They’re almost at the Emerald Times!
Ms. West: No! Just stop it! You know what? Forget it! Just kidnap her after she comes back out of the Emerald Times.
Cheerleader 3: Kidnap her? How?
Ms. West: Hmm … I do have a couple of ideas in mind.
Ms. West: Well … while Dorothy and her annoying little friends are inside, my cheerleaders will dress up as Mario and Luigi …
because who doesn’t like Mario and Luigi.
Ms. West: Then Mario will say …
Mario: Woohoo, it’s a-me Mario.
Ms. West: And Luigi will say …
Luigi: And a-me, Luigi.
Ms. West: Dorothy will be so shocked!
Mario: This is … stupid.
Luigi: Shh! I like this costume! What will we say to Dorothy?
Ms. West: I’m getting there. Tell her that Peach is in trouble and needs her help. But instead of saving Peach you bring her to my lair and
I will finally have that homecoming sash back!
Cheerleader 3: Isn’t this a bit childish?
Ms. West: Fine! I guess you’re right. I AM way more sophisticated than that.
Ms. West: I got it! While Dorothy and her friends are walking down the school hallway … we force her into a Polka dance!
Ms. West: Then while everyone is distracted by the dancing, you will sneak Dorothy off and bring her to my evil lair, I mean office.
Then I will finally get that sash back!
Cheerleader 2: But … I thought school policy prohibited us from dancing in the hallway.
Ms. West: You know what? All you do is cheer and complain, cheer and complain. Why can’t you just accept my ideas and listen to me?
Cheerleader 3: Because they will all FAIL!
Ms. West: Then what do you have in mind since you’re so smart?
Cheerleader 2: Well, Dorothy is arriving now at the Emerald Times. So … on her way out we will distract her with an AWESOME cheer.
Then just grab her while they’re distracted. It can’t be that hard to just bring her to your lair.
Ms. West: Fine! If you think that will work, then go ahead and do it. I still think my ideas were better.
Cheerleader 4: What did you say?
Ms. West: Nothing. Nothing. Just hurry up and bring Dorothy to me! I’m itching to use my Board of Ed on them!
Student: Yes? Who’s there? What do you want?
Dorothy: Hello, my name is Dorothy. These are my friends: the Scarecrow, the Lion and the Tin Man. We need to see the wizard.
Student: You think just anyone can see the wizard? And what kind of names are those?
Dorothy: Um … I’m just really bad at remembering their real names.
Tin Man: It’s Tim! That should be easy!
Scarecrow: Why do we need permission from a pair of eyes?
Tin Man: I don’t think she has a body.
Student: I can hear you! I don’t have to take this from such wise guys.
Dorothy: But please, we really need to speak with him. It’s very important. Please?
Student: Yea, but what do I get?
Scarecrow: Well …what do you want?
Dorothy: We’ll do anything.
Student: I like that dress.
Student: I’m only kidding. But I do like that ribbon.
Dorothy: The homecoming sash? But Glinda told me to never take it off!
Student: No, not that! The ribbon you are wearing in your hair.
Dorothy: Aw, well my auntie bought this for me. But here …
Student: How does it look?
Tin Man: Um, it brings out the color of your eyes?
Student: Thanks toots, hold up for a few. Let me tell his secretary that he has some visitors.
Scarecrow: What’s that noise?
Lion: I don’t know…
Tin Man: I think it may be coming from…
Dorothy: IT’S TOTO!
Dorothy: I don’t know this song that’s playing on Toto.
Tin Man: But I do know this dance. Let’s do it!
Dorothy: Oh! You’re back finally! We … umm … got bored waiting.
Student: Well, the wizard’s secretary told me that you can come inside.
Secretary: What took you so long to come in?! It wasn’t such a good idea to keep the wizard waiting! Now I’m afraid he’s really mad.
Dorothy: I will!
Lion: Oh no! It’s the Flying Monkeys! They work for the Wicked Ms. West!
Cheerleader 1: Was that Filipino music you were dancing to earlier?
Dorothy: Yeah, what’s it to you?
Cheerleader 2: You all probably dance like crap compared to our cheer moves.
Tin Man: Hey, your moves are pretty sweet. I’ve watched you all before.
Cheerleader 1: I don’t think so. Girls who look like this don’t talk to guys that look like you.
Scarecrow: Tin Man, show them some of your moves.
Dorothy: Yeah! Prove them wrong!
Cheerleader 1: Come on, girls!
Cheerleaders: L – I – O – N – S! Let’s go Lions!
Cheerleader 2: Come on, girls! Flying Monkey Formation Delta!
Lion: Man, that was pretty good! I don’t know, guys.
Tin Man: Don’t worry. Cue music!
Lion: Oh crap! How did the Flying Monkeys disappear so fast?
Tin Man: Where could they have taken her?
Scarecrow: What if they took her to the swimming pool on the fourth floor? What if they try to drown her?
Tin Man: There is NO swimming pool on the 4 th floor, stupid! There’s not even a 4 th floor in this building! That’s what seniors tell the 7 th graders.
Scarecrow: Really?! I’ve been looking for it ever since seventh grade. No wonder I couldn’t find it!
Lion: Then where could they be?
Tin Man: Ma.. Ma … It’s Maria!
Lion: Go talk to her!
Maria: Hey Tim, since the gym is being decorated, I’m not sure where we can practice salsa. Any ideas?
Maria: Ohhh … kay, I guess you don’t have any ideas. I don’t get where the Flying Monkey cheerleaders are holding practice still.
I heard one of them joking about practicing at a bowling alley! I mean, really! A bowling alley?
Tin Man: Heh heh heh.
Maria: Anyway, just make sure you come to practice! We really need you! See you later, right?
Tin Man: Maria, we can practice at my house! There’s plenty of room there!
Lion: You’re a bit too late, buddy.
Scarecrow: Wait! Maria mentioned that the cheerleaders are practicing at a bowling alley! Maybe Dorothy is still being held here at school!
Lion: At school? At a bowling alley in school?! That’s just another myth!
Scarecrow: No, it makes perfect sense. Hold on, let me download the school blueprints onto my Light Activated Palm Touch Operating Platform.
Lion: Light Activated what? You mean your laptop?!
Scarecrow: It’s not just ANY laptop! This baby is so far ahead of the tech curve!
Lion: So how did you get it?
Scarecrow: My parents picked it up for me while on vacation in Japan. Their stuff make our iPods look like crap!
Scarecrow: By overlaying the original blueprints with a hallway map … there’s a large empty space behind the principal’s office. That must be it!
Lion: Hurry up! Let’s go rescue Dorothy!
Tin Man: Maria, we can practice at my house! There’s plenty of room there!
Lion: Give it up, already! You’re too late!
Dorothy: Where am I? Why is it so dark in here? Can anyone hear me?
Ms. West: It doesn’t matter where you are. Now give me the ruby sash!
Dorothy: No way!
Tin Man: I think I just heard Dorothy scream!
Tin Man: Crap! The door’s not opening! Liam, use those muscles to knock down the door!
Lion: Um, no thanks. Isn’t that a security scanner by the door?
Lion: Oh god! We’ll never get in!
Tin Man: Come on! Stop being such a Cowardly Lion! Maybe I can randomly guess the number!
Scarecrow: Wait, I have an idea!
Scarecrow: Now that it’s attached … I can run a number generator to get the PIN number. Hold on.
Scarecrow: There! Now it should open up.
Tin Man: It worked! Come on guys!
Lion: But … why is it so dark in here?! I can’t see anything!
Scarecrow: Let’s go rescue Dorothy!
Lion: Fine! But only because it’s Dorothy.
Tin Man: Watch your step. Who knows how long this tunnel is!
Cheerleaders: 5, 6, 7, 8 – GO LIONS!
Cheerleader 1: It’s pretty cool that we get special privileges to use this bowling alley for our own cheerleader lounge.
Cheerleader 1: This kills my nails though.
Cheerleader 2: We ‘re lucky because Ms. West trusts us. The Flying Monkeys have always been her group.
Right now, we just have to guard Dorothy until Ms. West comes back with a scissor to cut off the ruby sash.
Cheerleader 1: What’s the point of guarding her? Even if her friends find the door, no one has the password to get in.
Scarecrow: That was a trek getting through that tunnel. How long did it take? Five minutes!?
Lion: Seemed like an eternity. I hate the dark.
Tin Man: Alright guys, we have to focus and find Dorothy.
Cheerleader 2: What are you doing here? You’re not allowed to be here!
Tin Man: We’re here to rescue Dorothy!
Cheerleader 1: Who? Nobody here but us cheerleaders. You better disappear before Ms. West comes back with her Board of Ed!
Lion: We…we..we were just leaving. Ms. West hates me for yelling at her before, probably.
Tin Man: What are we going to do now?
Lion: I have no idea. I just want to avoid that Board of Ed!
Scarecrow: We need to figure out a way past those Flying Monkeys!
Scarecrow: I’ve got it! They definitely won’t back down from a dance challenge. Tim, can you do Bollywood?
Tin Man: Umm … I think so.
Scarecrow: Good, you lead and we’ll follow. During the dance, I’ll sneak past and free Dorothy while Liam sabotages their part of the dance off.
Lion: I can’t do that. I’m too nervous to dance in front of all those cheerleaders.
Scarecrow: We’ve gotten this far, don’t let your cowardice make you leave Dorothy to the Wicked Ms. West.
Lion: Why do you guys have to make me feel so guilty?
Scarecrow: Because you’re afraid for no reason. Come on man, you’re stronger than most people. Don’t be afraid!
Lion: Alright, alright, let’s do this. On three, “Go Lions!” 1, 2, 3…
All: GO LIONS!
Tin Man: My crew and I think your dance moves suck! We challenge you all to a Bollywood showdown.
Cheerleader 2: Whatever! We are talented enough to dance to anything! Bring it on.
Dorothy: You guys saved me!
Lion: Did you see me? First, she was like this and I was like that and then we showed them!
Tinman: Did you see how that girl was looking at me? I think I finally caught her attention!
Scarecrow: Wow. I just can’t believe my plan actually worked.
Dorothy: I just LOVE those Bollywood moves!
Ms. West: How did you guys get in here! I make a ten minute detour to Haagen Daaz and everything falls apart!
Dorothy: Oh no! I’m so sorry!
Ms. West: My ice cream! It’s melting! MELTING!
Dorothy: Umm.. I’ll buy you a new cone?
Tinman: Quick, grab the board while she’s distracted!
Ms. West: I’ll get you all for this!
Student: Who is it!?!
Dorothy: It’s me, Dorothy, and I’m back with my friends Tin Man, Lion and Scarecrow.
Student: You’re back already? What do you want now?
Tin Man: We have the Board of Ed!
Student: Umm … you can’t come in yet.
Scarecrow: Why not!
Dorothy: I was told that if we got the Board of Ed the wizard would grant me my heart’s desires!
Lion: And because we helped her, the wizard said that he would help each of us too!
Student: The … uh … secretary isn’t here right now to help set up your meeting with the Wizard.
Tin Man: So … the Wizard IS in right now?
Student: Yes … uh … I mean no … I mean …
Dorothy: So which is it?
Student: Fine! Come in. But you’ll have to wait a few minutes for the Wizard to show up.
Scarecrow: Where did that student run off to?
Tin Man: He just … ran off after opening the door. Whatever.
Lion: I hope the Wizard isn’t so scary this time!
Dorothy: Don’t worry, Liam. We’re all here together now.
All: Wizard? Wizard? Where are you?
Lion: What was he doing back there?
Scarecrow: He’s the Wizard!
Tin Man: What? How?
Dorothy: He was using the AV equipment to scare us! He’s such a meanie!
Lion: Why would you do that?
Student: I didn’t want anyone to know that the Wizard was a weirdo like me. Everyone is always looking for advice. But they never listened to me,
even though I was always right! So I invented the Wizard persona to start an advice column.
Scarecrow: So … you can’t help us? You can’t help me become smart and join the ANS?
Tin Man: I’m NEVER going to win Maria’s heart now!
Lion: And I’m always going to be such a coward!
Student: But don’t you see? None of you have real issues. It’s just a matter of confidence.
Scarecrow: What do you mean?
Student: Why do you really want to join the Asian Nerd Society?
Scarecrow: I want to be smart!
Student: But you are smart already. Didn’t you easily hack all of the electronic equipment in the school?
Scarecrow: But … I can’t do math in my head!
Student: Scott, who are you REALLY trying to please by joining the ANS … yourself … or your parents?
Scarecrow: I … I just want them to be proud of me. I want to show them that I can make it on my own!
Student: Just play to your talents. Hmm … I don’t think our school has a Computer Programming Club. I think you can easily start your own group.
Dorothy: I would LOVE to join that club!
Lion: Me too! What you did today was awesome!
Scarecrow: I guess … who needs the ANS! I have these guys here to back me already.
Student: And you. Why do you think Maria is always asking you to join salsa?
Tin Man: What do you mean?
Student: She’s trying to flirt with you! Even if you’re not good at salsa, she’s finding excuses to hang out with you.
Tin Man: But I suck at salsa so much! I’m an embarrassment!
Dorothy: But you can do every other kind of dance! We all think you’re amazing, Tim. And Maria probably sees you that way too.
Student: Just bring flowers and chocolate to the next practice!
Student: Liam. Go be the star of the football team.
Lion: But I’m so scared all the time!
Student: Yet you stood up to Ms. West. And those Flying Monkeys!
Lion: Yeah … I guess I did!
Student: And whenever you get scared … just visualize someone that makes you angry.
Lion: Yeah … I’ll just picture Ms. West’s face on the other school’s football players. I can’t wait to take her down again!
Lion: I can FINALLY take this stupid mascot costume off! It always itched so much! And now it’s MY time to shine!
Dorothy: Good for you, Liam!
Student: And what was your issue, again?
Dorothy: I just want to move back home!
Student: But … weren’t you always isolating yourself from other people back in Kansas? Always with your headphones in your ears?
Dorothy: What? How did you know that about me?
Student: And now look at what an amazing time you’ve had.
Dorothy: You’re right! I actually fit in easily for the first time in my life!
Student: Plus, you’re a shoe-in for homecoming queen. But there’s one problem.
Student: You have to wake up.
Dorothy: What do you mean?
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