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Sunday, June 25, 2006

Lost, My Name is Earl, Desperate Housewives, original scripts, Inside Man and Jimmy and Judy scripts. - post author Don

On the TV Scripts page, thanks to “Teller” and pressEXECUTE the April 2004 production draft of the pilot of Lost is up.

On the unproduced, original scripts page there are 13 new or revised unproduced, original scripts up for your reading pleasure.

Thanks to “Nick” and “Script Chick” and Daily Script you can read a couple of new to the ‘net movie scripts – Inside Man and Jimmy and Judy. Those would be found on the Movie Scripts page.

Lastly, thanks to Just A Guy In Hollywood there is the teleplay to an episode of My Name is Earl and three teleplays for Desperate Housewives. Those would be found on the TV Scripts page. – Don

3 Comments so far


June 26th, 2006 at 9:34 am

Awsome about the Inside Man script. I’ll definitely read it since it’s been one of the better movies I’ve seen at the theater in the last six months.


July 13th, 2006 at 8:55 am

it was amazing one of the best sripts ever!!!!!!!!!


Dr. Asa Don Brown
September 23rd, 2009 at 2:59 pm

I am searching for the script for an episode of My Name Is Earl. It involved Glen, a man who was imprisoned with Earl. Earl discovers that this person had lived a life of crime because of his own involvement per childhood. Earl helps this person gain his Cub Scout Badges. Glen leaves prison with his badge and uniform on. He went to a liquor store wearing his uniform and badges. As he approached two men approached him mocking his uniform. Glen looks at a reflection in a car window when he considered smashing the window to steal the car in order to return to prison. I would appreciate this particular script.

Thank you. Asa

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