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INT. TOYOTA SEQUOIA – NIGHT
A grizzly, older man is driving us to a restaurant. I’m in the passenger seat. Friend Hanna and family sit in the back.
Miss Hanna, you have positive name. You know what name means? Happy.
The infinitive form of Hanna is *some word* means happy. Very positive name.
Happy. H-A-P-P-Y. Like:
(smiles at me, toothless)
Just messing around with character design ideas for the main character in Frank Conniff’s awesome radio play, The Agoraphobic Action League. She has electro-shock powers but they bring on severe depression when she uses them. Consequently, she’d rather lie down on the couch than fight crime.
I’m enjoying Frank Conniff’s podcast, Podhouse 90. The Agoraphobic Action League is a classic. The one-liners bring laughs and groans, the fun kind, but most of all, it’s got heart. I can relate to its message about depression, I’m sure lots of people can. I can see it as a comic, something like those great Archie comics of yore.