Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Agency of Record #3: KILLASAURS

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MALE SPEAKER 1: Yo, what's up, man?

MALE SPEAKER 2: Hey, what's up, man?

MALE SPEAKER 1: A'ight.

Oh, no.

FEMALE SPEAKER 1: Hi.

MALE SPEAKER 1: Hey.

Yo, yo baby,

MALE SPEAKER 2: Oh, uh-oh, ho, uh-oh.

MALE SPEAKER 1: Yo.

Where my money at?

FEMALE SPEAKER 1: I don't know where it is.

MALE SPEAKER 2: Oh, no.

Oh, no.

FEMALE SPEAKER 1: [TITTERING]

MALE SPEAKER 1: You best have my money.

[AGGRESSIVE ROCK MUSIC]

MALE SPEAKER 3: Pimping ain't easy, ho.

MALE SPEAKER 4: Killasaurs are not safe for

children under 18.

Killasaurs may contain real gang violence.

Killasaurs may cause significant--

MALE SPEAKER 5: OK, so--

MALE SPEAKER 6: Aw.

MALE SPEAKER 5: I think I got you.

MALE SPEAKER 6: Nah.

MALE SPEAKER 5: Because it is definitely not guy.

MALE SPEAKER 6: All right, you got me.

MALE SPEAKER 5: All right, but what is it?

MALE SPEAKER 6: Jones.

Pimping is not easy, Jones.

That's what I heard.

MALE SPEAKER 5: It's close.

There's a long O in there.

But I think it's got like a soft J.

MALE SPEAKER 6: Pimping is not easy, Hones?

MALE SPEAKER 5: OK, but now make it a

little bit more barrio.

MALE SPEAKER 6: Is not, Hones.

MALE SPEAKER 5: OK, I like that.

But you know what?

It doesn't really matter, because the most important

thing is we picked a rocking bold typeface.

MALE SPEAKER 6: Totally.

That's really the most important part.

MALE SPEAKER 5: That was a good call on your part.

[BING]

BERNIE: So, I give you two the dream job, an anti-campaign

for Killasaurs, the hip hop robots that be popping a cap

in Jurassic, and your collaboration has netted a

bold typeface?

RICK: Franklin Gothic, the boldest of typefaces.

BERNIE: Our German client is expecting to see some real OG

flavor up in here.

DAVE: Flavor?

BERNIE: That's it.

Damn the teamwork.

I'm dividing you all into rival creative gangs.

Rick and Eliminator will be the East Coast Red team.

And Dave and Geoff will be the West Side B team.

Yo.

SIERRA: What about me?

BERNIE: You can be the innocent bystander who gets

capped in the crossfire.

SIERRA: That sounds about right.

BERNIE: You have five hours to prepare for a live, creative,

shootout in front of the client.

I want to see you tear each other apart, pop

some caps, as it were.

Stacy will be supervising, because she is,

embarrassingly, the most gangster of any of you.

STACY: Word.

BERNIE: Pip pip, p-zip.

[ROCK MUSIC]

STACY: Well, come on.

This training montage isn't going to start itself.

The client is expecting you to talk like you're from South

Central, not South Dakota.

RICK: Now, I've got to wet you.

STACY: Now, I gotta wet 'cha.

RICK: Wet 'cha.

STACY: It's going to be creative Thunderdome.

Two Gs enter, one G leaves.

You gots to pop him.

DAVE: Can't we just do it like this?

Because this really hurts my carpal tunnel.

BERNIE: Well, are they ready?

STACY: For real bangin'?

Hell's nah.

For a virtual conference room creative shootout?

Maybe.

SIERRA: It's OK.

I'll be ready.

RICK: [BEAT-BOXING IN THE BACKGROUND]

[AGGRESSIVE MUSIC]

MALE SPEAKER 3: You goings to die, [BLEEP].

MALE SPEAKER 4: Killasaurs may cause you to die.

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT)

Where are they, Bernie?

BERNIE: [LAUGHS]

Hm.

RICK: Yo, I'm about to rock this up in here.

Step off, fool!

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT) That's straight up on

the gangster tip.

DAVE: Huh-uh, I'm first on the mic, B.

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT)

Hello, hello, Mr. Gangster.

DAVE: Fire it up, B-Dawg.

RICK: Yo, hit it, G.

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT) Ooh, yeah,

yeah, this is good.

This is good, [GERMAN].

DAVE: And just, you know, rock this right here.

Let me grab this file right here.

And then, uh-huh, uh-huh, uh huh, what up now?

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT) Ooh, yeah, this is,

this is good.

This is good, [GERMAN], yeah?

RICK: A'ight.

I'm about to break this off, huh, uh, with my boom kit,

boom chick-a kaboom OK.

Yeah, and do the, heh heh, yeah, boy!

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT) Oh, yeah.

Yeah, that is [GERMAN].

DAVE: Yeah, yeah.

Well, you know what?

I--

I--

actually, OK, that, that's pretty good.

RICK: We--

thanks.

MALE SPEAKER 7: [SPEAKING GERMAN]

RICK: No, seriously, that gives me an idea.

OK, stick with me.

What-- what if we backtrack a gangster's life starting with

this multiplatinum posthumous success, you know, back to his

huge funeral?

DAVE: To his death in a hail of gunfire, I'm with you.

I'm with you.

SIERRA: Wait, are they actually working together?

RICK: OK, and then his murder trial acquittal.

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT) What are they doing?

RICK: His rise from the South Side.

His first 40.

SIERRA: My plan, it's working.

They're being creative.

RICK: Yeah, yeah, to Christmas morning 2008 when he opened

his first Killasaur--

DAVE: And shot his little brother with it.

Tag line, Killasaurs.

DAVE AND RICK: Gangsta starts here.

MALE SPEAKER 7: Oh.

DAVE AND RICK: [LAUGHING]

Oh, we did it!

SIERRA: I can't believe it.

This is the first day of the rest of my career.

I--

MALE SPEAKER 7: (GERMAN ACCENT) But now you said I

would see the creative battle, like the Tupac and the Biggie.

But I only see this sissy teamwork and with the hugging.

SIERRA: Wait.

No, you don't understand.

BERNIE: Yes, I see it, too.

SIERRA: Wait!

BERNIE: I'm not sure I believe it, but I think--

SIERRA: Wait, wait!

DAVE: Wait, did we win in there?

Because this tastes an awful lot like losing.

RICK: I have--

DAVE: Oh.

SIERRA: OK.

DAVE: [LAUGHING]

SIERRA: I think I like you better fighting--

DAVE: Oh.

SIERRA: --like girls.

[UPBEAT MUSIC]

RICK: [BEAT-BOXING]

[LAUGHTER]

The Description of Agency of Record #3: KILLASAURS