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Scene: A psychiatrist's consulting room Characters: A psychiatrist, Angela (the psychiatrist's receptionist), Mr.Wilkins, Superman
The receptionist comes in. Psychiatrist: Who's next, Angela? Receptionist: There's a man to see you, doctor. His name is Wilkins. He says he can't talk quietly. He can only shout. Mr. Wilkins: Can I come in?!! Psychiatrist: Hmm. Yes, I see. Ask him to come in. Receptionist: Come in, Mr. Wilkins. (He comes in. The receptionist goes out.) Mr. Wilkins: Thank you! Hello, doctor. Sorry to trouble you. Psychiatrist: That's all right, Mr. Wilkins. Do sit down. Now... what seems to be the trouble? Mr. Wilkins: Er...Well, doctor, I can't talk quietly, I can only shout. Psychiatrist: (Shouting) How long have you been like this? Mr. Wilkins: Pardon? Psychiatrist: (Back to normal) How long have you been like this Mr. Wilkins: About a week. Psychiatrist: Well, don't worry. I think you've got a very nice shouting voice. Mr. Wilkins: But I can't go on like this. I'll lose my job. Psychiatrist: What is your job? Mr. Wilkins: I'm a librarian. I work in a library. I can't shout at work, you know Psychiatrist: In that case, Mr. Wilkins, Ithink you should change your job. Mr. Wilkins: But what can I do? No one wants a man who can only shout. Psychiatrist: You could get a job as an English teacher. Mr. Wilkins: An English teacher? Psychiatrist: Yes, they shout all the time. Mr. Wilkins: All right, doctor. I'll do that. Goodbye. Psychiatrist: Goodbye, Mr. Wilkins. (He leaves, still shouting.) Mr. Wilkins: Hey, you! Write down this verb! Receptionist: Goodbye, Mr. Wilkins. The receptionist comes back into the room. Receptionist: Is Mr. Wilkins all right, doctor? Psychiatrist: Yes. He's going to be an English teacher. Receptionist: Oh. Psychiatrist: Who's next? Receptionist: Superman. Psychiatrist: Superman? Receptionist: Yes. Psychiatrist: Oh, I see,. someone who thinks he's Superman. Receptionist: No, doctor. He really is Superman. Psychiatrist: What? The big, strong man who flies through the air? Receptionist: Yes. Psychiatrist: Oh, I see. Ask him to come in. Receptionist: Yes, doctor. (To Superman) Come this way, please. (Superman comes in, very tired and out-of-breath.) Superman: Thank you. Psychiatrist: Thank you, Angela. (The receptionist goes out.) Psychiatrist: Good morning, Mr...er... Superman: Superman. Psychiatrist: Yes, Superman. Do sit down. (Superman sits down.) Superman: Thank you. Psychiatrist: Well, what seems to be the trouble? Superman: Well, doctor, I'm Superman. People think I can do everything, but I can't. I can't do anything any more. Psychiatrist: What can't you do? Superman: I can't climb buildings, I can't lift cars...and I can't fly. Psychiatrist: Well, don't worry. A lot of people have that problem. Superman: But you don't understand. I'm Superman. If you can't fly, you can't be Superman. It's in the contract. Psychiatrist: Ah yes, I see. Superman: In the old days, when people called for Superman, I could run into a telephone box, take off my boring grey city suit,and become Superman, all in ten seconds. Yesterday, I went into a telephone box, and it took me fifteen minutes just to take off my trousers. And when I came out, I couldn't remember where I was going. What do you think of that? (The psychiatrist is asleep.) Superman: Eh? Psychiatrist: (Waking up) Er. What? Pardon? Superman: What do you think? Psychiatrist: I think you should change your job. Superman: But what can I do? Psychiatrist: Well, you've got a very nice face. You could be a pop singer. Superman: A pop singer? Psychiatrist: Yes, I can see it all now. Your name will be in lights! You'll be famous! Superman: But I am famous. I'm Superman. Psychiatrist: Not any more. From today, you are Rocky Superdazzle! Superman: Do you think it's a good idea? Psychiatrist: Yes, of course...Rocky,(The receptionist comes in again.) Receptionist: Doctor Psychiatrist: Yes, Angela? Receptionist: Mr. Wilkins is back again, (Mr. Wilkins comes in, shouting as before.) Mr. Wilkins: Yes, I am. I've changed my mind. I don't want to be an English teacher. What else can I do? Psychiatrist: Don't worry, Mr Wilkins. I've got another job for you. You can work with Rocky Superdazzle here. Superman: How do you do? Mr. wilkins: Rocky Superdazzle? That's not Rocky Superdazzle! That's Superman, I saw him in a telephone box yesterday. Superman! Huh! It took him fifteen minutes just to take off his trousers. Psychiatrist: Well, he was Superman, but he's not Superman any more. I think you can both work together... (A few weeks later, at a pop concert.) Mr. Wilkins: Ladies and gentlemen, you've heard of Rod Stewart! You've heard of Mick Jagger! You've heard of...Queen Elizabeth the Second of England! Well, tonight we present a new star on the pop scene. He's cooler than Rod Stewart! He's wilder than Mick Jagger! And he's...taller than Queen Elizabeth the Second of England! Ladies and gentlemen - Rocky Superdazzle! (The audience screams and applauds.) Superman: Thank you! Thank you very much! Thank you!
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