Hole In Two
Setting: The first green on the course.
(Lights up, Blake is putting, Breck watches, Blakes mimes the putt, puts some body english into it, small celebration as it drops.)
Breck: Nice, nice. Long green on that one, Blake.
Blake: The read felt right.
Breck: It was.
(Breck steps to his "ball", putts, it misses)
Blake: Ahh, Breck, that was only like four feet.
Blake: A gimme.
Breck: I know, I know.
Blake: How'd you miss that?
Breck: (knocking in the ball now) I don't know... just missed it... it happens.
Breck: Ahh, don't start this, we've got seventeen holes left.
Blake: Or we can just call it a day now, I mean maybe you shouldn't be out today.
Breck: Enough, man.
Blake: Oh, you are conceding the round already?
Blake: I mean, 'cuz after that putt....
Breck: Listen... let's play... just a simple mistake.
Blake: Sure... sure...
(Breck stops, looks down, pause, looks up)
Breck: Say, Blake, heard a great joke the other day.
Blake: Changing the subject?
Breck: Great joke... very, very funny.
Blake: I'd try changing the subject too after putting like that.
Breck: Do you want to hear it?
Blake: (backing off) Alright, alright... what's the joke?
Breck: Okay... stop me if you've heard this one before.
Breck: Two good friends are out golfing one day. One of them is really tense, and it shows on the course right away - he misses a gimme putt on the first hole. Reason he's so tense is because he's sleeping with his friend's wife. He decides he's going to lighten the tension by cracking a joke. So he says to his friend, "Stop me if you've heard this one before."
Blake: (beat) Stop.
Breck: You sure?
Blake: Yeah, I've heard it before.
Blake: Yeah, don't you remember? I told you that joke right here last month.
(Breck recoils in shame)
(lights out quickly)