INT. LINDA'S OFFICE – DAY
Meanwoo, at this university, Linda Flint is enjoying a large meal of cheese on crackers.
(To her toy Gromit) Cracking cheese, Gromit. (There's a knock on the door). Just a minute. Finish this up. (She finishes her last cracker). Come in.
A very young woman with scruffy blonde hair and wearing yellow glasses and a strange-looking quiet young man comes in with her. They both sit down.
Oh, hello. What can I do for you two?
I'm Maggie Duncan and this is my friend George Thomas.
We're struggling with our course and we only need support staff to explain stuff to us and then we can get through it.
What are your problems?
He has asperger syndrome and I have dyslexia.
All right, I'll give Martin a call and see what I can do. (She dials the phone). Martin, it's Linda. I've got two students here who need support staff so they can pass their course. It's Maggie and George. How can I describe them? They're both beautiful and very polite and very quiet.
George and Maggie smile at this.
Not exactly a strong chemistry like Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Quite a lot of hard work, which could give you a headache. Not worth taking a bullet for. That's right: Bonnie and Clyde!
George and Maggie are very upset by these insults. Linda puts the phone down.
He says you'll get the support tomorrow, both of you.
See you later.
They get up and begin to walk out. Then they stop when they hear:
Step on it, Velma. Step on it, Velma. Velma, step on it, Velma!
They turn to see Linda shouting at the TV screen and sadly walk out of her office.