Taken from a script written by a friend for a play he is writing, it's about a black sheep coming back to the family after needing money to pay a loan shark. I voiced the older sibling and brought some life into the role.
English (North American)
Middle Aged (35-54)
US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
drink? No. Good. How long has it been jeremy? Five, six years since daddy's funeral. And I can't tell if you're just as ugly as I remember or you've gotten worse. No, don't give me that look. You lost the privilege of giving me that look when you lost the rent money. When you ran away from home after being the coward that you are and not facing the family, you know what you had to do. You only know have the hours. I had to work to get that money back. But it was expected of me as the oldest and as the youngest, nothing was expected of you after you squandered not only the money mom and dad gave you, but money borrowed, steeled any which way you can to pay that addiction. Those cards. I knew it was a bad idea when daddy showed you how to use those cards. Your eyes sparkled at the thought of them dice, of the gambling of all that forsaken promise, but didn't stop you then couldn't stop you after. So like a cockroach from the garbage. You crawled out wanting to see what mama has left you. Well, spoiler this, I made sure she didn't leave you with nothing. Not a cent because God knows that you would have squandered that like you squandered everything else. So I'm gonna let you hear once how much because I know you came here for the money how much to get rid of you because frankly hasn't even been half a day and I'm already tired of looking at you. So how much to pay the papa