Fade in. A classroom, A, B and C are the only three left. A has been talking to B, but keeps looking over at C, who is working at a desk.
B: I have a case of waiting
C suddenly laughs at something, which makes the other girls turn to her, confused. A also laughs, albeit a little uncertainly/automatically; when C’s happy, she’s happy.
C: Nothing-just something I am reading…
With a word of goodbye to them both, B departs. A has already moved toward the desk as C was talking and now she picks up the sunglasses in front of her, as planned.
A: Nice Sunglasses
C looks up and receives the sunglasses from A, who’s anticipated this.
A (sheepishly): Sorry
Pause, but C does not look too annoyed. In fact, all she does is put away her sunglasses, put on her normal glasses and look properly up at A.
A: By the way, you were really distracting during the test. Whenever D and I looked over at you, you were laughing!
C: When E started talking about keeping an eye on…
A (interrupting quickly): Yeah
C: …And checking the time and everything else…It was a funny point that E said and that made D laugh.
A: Whenever I looked over at her, she couldn’t stop giggling.
C: Yeah, I like D I make her laugh and she makes me laugh.
A (satisfied): Good
C: Anyway, where are you meant to be now?
A: The library… I think.
C: Okay, then. Have fun.
A walks to the door, maybe with a bit of a giggle. She stops at then open doorway.
A: …If I don’t see you tomorrow, have a good weekend.
C: We’ll probably see each tomorrow.
The smallest of pauses.
A: Anyway have a nice evening.
C: Yeah, see you, A. Well done.
A skips away as the scene fades.