Screenplay inspired by a true story.
A free-spirited designer
of museum dioramas
clashes with an uptight
paleontologist when they
work on the "exhibit of
the century" -- the first
fully intact T. rex
skeleton found in the U.S.
Their intense dislike of
each other culminates
during the gala opening
night party when they
drunkenly realize their
mutual passion and
accidentally destroy the
T. rex in the middle of a
comic make-out session.
In Australia, a government counseling
center called Relationships Australia
advised all the little old ladies who
sought their help because they were
tired of being alone to consider
becoming lesbians! After all, single
women were in vast supply in their
communities, but there simply were not
enough men to go around. This story
inspired my comedy screenplay set here
in the U.S.
"Girl on Girl" asks the question: Are
you ever too old for love?
A comedy with a unique heroine, set in both London
and New York.
Pippa, the uptight hostess of a deadly dull, erudite
British chat show, comes to America to host a trash talk
show in the spirit of Jerry Springer. She accepts the job
after she winds up ostracized in the U.K. for
broadcasting a fake sex tape of the Queen's Dowager
Aunt. Pippa becomes a surprise hit in the U.S., and the
Queen is ready to welcome her back home, until the
Queen's prized Welsh Corgies wind up kidnapped after
appearing on Pippa's show.
Adaptation of my
play of the same
If you'd like more
the play that it's
based on, go here.