(Dillon walks up to Kelly's
and runs into Maxie)
Dillon: Hey, Maxie.
Maxie: Hey. If you're looking for Georgie,
she's inside with her nose stuck in a book for a change.
Dillon: You know you really could be a
nicer person sometimes
Maxie: Go away.
Dillon: Well have fun wherever you're going.
(Heads inside Kelly's and heads over to Georgie) Hi. (Georgie doesn't
say anything) I just...(sits down) I just saw your sister outside dressed
Georgie: (Doesn't look up) Don't remind
Dillon: Why are you so mad?
Georgie: (Closes book and looks up) Because
Maxie's dressed to party with the very same guy that hurt her last time.
I mean, why is she giving him the opportunity to do it again?
Dillon: Ok. Ok. You're telling me that
there is absolutely no possibility that Kyle is telling the truth?
Georgie: No. (Looks out the window and
sees Kyle walking up to Maxie with a smug grin on his face) Just look
at the guy! Anyone can tell he's just a two-faced jerk! Why can't Maxie?
Maxie's grounded. The only reason why she made it out of the house tonight
is because she came with me. I told Mac we were coming here. I lied
to my dad so that my sister can do something that I know is wrong.
Dillon: Maxie is allowed to make her own
Georgie: Even when they're totally obvious?
Georgie: Look, Maxie's got this crazy idea
that Kyle sees her as a real person, some bogus fantasy she's convincing
herself is true just so she can be popular. She thinks he's going to
ask her to prom. Is that the lamest thing you ever heard?
Dillon: Close, yeah.
(Lucas walks in)
Lucas: Look who's here again. (Hits Dillon
on the shoulder) Why aren't you hanging out at the mansion being waited
on by your servants?
Dillon: Because I'm here with my friend,
Lucas: (To Georgie) Hey where's Maxie?
Lucas: She didn't go to Kyle's party.
Dillon: Actually, they just left. Kyle
picked her up in person, she seemed pretty honored.
Georgie: I tried to talk her out of it
but she wouldn't listen. I mean, what are we supposed to do? Dillon's
right. If this is what Maxie wants...
Lucas: This isn't what Maxie wants. This...Kyle's
totally playing her.
Dillon: You could probably catch up with
them if you leave now. (Lucas leaves) That guy seriously needs to get
If I were a good sister, I would've never covered for Maxie in the first
Dillon: Yeah and she would've crawled out
of a window or something else like that. Look, what Maxie decides to
Georgie: You know what?
Dillon: ...has nothing to do with you
Georgie: I'm going to be honest for a second.
Georgie: Part of me hopes that Maxie does
hook up withKyle, that way maybe Lucas will realize he has no chance
with her and start to notice that I'm alive.
and Dillon are looking at web sites on Dillon's laptop)
Dillon: Ok, now you see this one...this
one's great because anything you want to know about a movie, whether
it be new or a classic, or not even released yet, it's all right here.
Georgie: (Takes his laptop and types something
in) Oh, I think I might know one you might like.
(Dillon stares at her as she types. Then Georgie glances at the door)
Dillon: You're still waiting for Lucas
to come back, aren't you?
Georgie: Yeah. I'm a totall villian right
now. I mean I don't want tos ee Maxie get hurt again but I'd love it
if Lucas gave up trying to get her.
Dillon: (Closes his laptop) Ok. Tell me
something. Why are you so obsessed with Lucas? The guy's lame. I mean
he's beyond lame if he doesn't realize that your worth 10 of your sister.
(Georgie smiles at him)
Why do you think I'm so much better than Maxie?
Dillon: Well your smarter for one thing.
You actually think about stuff other than lipgloss and prom. Call me
crazy but I do like that in a person
Georgie: Most people think I'm boring.
Dillon: They're wrong.
Georgie: I don't know. Maybe high school
is as shallow as it seems, and the things that matter there will mean
nothing in the real world. Like the guy you think is hot will lose all
his hair, get fat, and sit in front of the TV. And then the guy you
didn't notice will do something amazing that changes the entire world.
Dillon: You need to explan your horizons
a little bit. You know, open your eyes and realize that some guy with
the IQ of oatmeal who doesn't realize who you are as a person isn't...isn't
worth spending your time on. Lucas isn't all of a sudden going to grow
a brain. I mean all he knows is that you're not Maxie. And you don't
need to be. Believe me. Georgie's a lot cooler.
(Lucas walks in)
Georgie: Lucas, are you ok?
Lucas: If you're going to keep covering
for your sister, you better plan on going over to Kyle's in a couple
of hours and dragging her out of his bed.
Georgie: Oh no, she's doing it.
Lucas: I should've realized the truth about
Maxie a long time ago
Georgie: Lucas, I'm sorry. I'm...(Lucas
leaves) no Lucas wait! (follows him out grabs his arm and turns him
around and they are inches apart)
Maxie may not see how great you are but I do. (Lucas pushes her hair
behind her ear)
Lucas: Yeah? You're pretty cool too. How'd
I miss that?
Georgie: I don't know.
Lucas: Come here. (Kisses her)
(Dillon sees through the window and looks hurt)