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PsyZoo Comics Season 1 Accessible Transcript

Textual Screen Reader Version For the Blind and Visually Impaired

Comic Strip 1

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Ok comic strip characters, this show will start with or without you.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: We will not be intimidated by your absence.

Comic Strip 2

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Huh oh, the producer...

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene producer: Why did you start this series without any characters?

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Contractual dispute, they want more money.

Comic Strip 3

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene producer: How can airing comic strips without characters be any good?

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Negociation tactic. The characters will feel less important than they think.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Comic Strip 4

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Ok comic strip characters, I have a clear mandate to bring you on board.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene character: How much will we get paid?

Off-scene director: Not much, but you risk total non-existence if you refuse.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene character: We'll think about it.

Comic Strip 5

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene producer: What about that big star we were about to hire?

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: He dropped us to reprise his Dilbert role.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Though business.

Comic Strip 6

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: And who might you be?

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: I'm your newly appointed comic strip stage assistant.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: I obviously had too much to manage.

Comic Strip 7

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[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: I see that you are a woman.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: How observing of you.

Off-scene director: Funny. It's for the benefit of our audience.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: You need more help than I thought

Comic Strip 8

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: The producer is considering cutting our comic strip budget

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: What? we have a budget?

Comic Strip 9

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: That does it! If no characters want to go on stage then I'll do it myself.

Square 2

[A foot enters the comic strip panel]

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: What's wrong?

Off-scene director: Stage fright

Comic Strip 10

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: The name's Bond, James Bond

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: What are you doing?

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Trying to build self-confidence before going on stage.

Comic Strip 11

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: Still have stage fright?

The director mumbles unclear words.

Comic Strip 12

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Darn stage fright

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: Old trick. Imagine going in front of naked comic strip readers.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director screaming: Aaarghh!

Comic Strip 13

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: I realize that my desire to go on stage was partly ego-oriented.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: Don't worry. Your stage fright probably did your ego a favor.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: That does not help at all.

Off-scene assistant: You're welcome.

Comic Strip 14

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Huh oh, the producer again...

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene producer: I thought the comic characters' labor dispute was resolved.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: They have cold feet about having their career associated forever with us.

Comic Strip 15

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: I have a suggestion to improve the series.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene producer: Who is she?

Off-scene director: The new comic strip assistant you hired to help me out.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene producer: Hi there. Though job. You deserve a raise.

Off-scene assistant: Thanks. Now if you'll excuse me.

Comic Strip 16

Square 1

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Perhaps you could go on stage.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: It's not part of my contract.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Your contract is to help me out.

Off-scene assistant: And to help you sign clearer contracts.

Comic Strip 17

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[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: We need to increase our female viewership.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: How about having something to view first ?

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Do you always need to be such a rational geek?

Off-scene assistant: It's funnier with a male audience.

Comic Strip 18

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[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Apparently, people in the entertainment business have a greater psychological need to be admired.

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: I sure hope that's not our case.

Comic Strip 19

Square 1

[Empty scene]

A reader's letter: Dear PsyZoo author, when will you be moving on with some real characters?

Square 2

[Empty scene]

Off-scene director: Funny how that sounds like a prayer from our perspective.

Square 3

[Empty scene]

Off-scene assistant: ... and hoping to receive a direct answer.