Last year I wrote an episode of Seinfeld.
I had a lot of fun writing it so I thought I'd share it here.
It's called 'The Gas Guzzler': As George fakes a sleepwalking disorder to avoid exercising with his girlfriend in the mornings, Kramer and Newman wage war on the city’s gas stations; Elaine gifts Jerry a stolen vintage comic book for his birthday.
If you've never read a script before, below are a couple of definitions for shorthand: INT/EXT: At the start of a scene, INT (interior) or EXT (exterior) lets you know whether the scene is happening inside or outside.
O.S/V.O: If used next to a character's name before dialogue, O.S. (off screen) or V.O. (voiceover) tells you that the dialogue is being spoken by a character that isn't in frame or is in a different location.
Hope you like it, and let me know what you think.