Daniel is in limbo, stuck in the mind of Stuart, a teenager who tried
I don’t care much for kids. I don’t care for kids much the same way I don’t care for lima beans. Except lima beans you can pick out of your soup and put ‘em on a napkin.
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I guess that’s what you do if you don’t take enough pills ta off yourself, you start thinkin’. You lay there in some hospital and “ponder.” (Beat) I hate kids. They’re all over the place. Lima beans everywhere.
For full extended monologue, refer to the script edition cited here: Aaron Levy, Pizza With Shrimp on Top, Dramatic Publishing, 2006, pp. 8-9.
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