We start off with some library staff playing "Spin the Scope" to give the head librarian (Rutha?) a bottle of scope. Our friend reluctantly offers her some mouthwash in fear of losing his job, but she doesn't turn out to be all that bad.
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[scene opens with three librarians (one young man, one African American woman, one elderly woman) secretively huddling together in a corner of the library]
ELDERLY LIBRARIAN: [whispering] Loser tells her she has bad breath every morning ...
[the male librarian takes books off of a nearby cart, and the elderly librarian places a bottle of Scope Mouthwash on it and "spins the bottle", as it ends up pointing to the male librarian]
MALE LIBRARIAN: The head librarian? She'll fire me!
[the female librarian picks up the bottle of Scope and hands it to him]
FEMALE LIBRARIAN: Now, you lost. Give her the Scope.
[cut to the two female librarians nudging the male librarian through the stacks and towards the front desk]
ELDERLY LIBRARIAN: Tell her we use it, first thing in the morning. Her breath will feel fresher for hours!
[the male librarian walks up to the older female librarian at the front desk and tries to nonchalantly hand her the bottle]
MALE LIBRARIAN: [looking in the opposite direction] Morning ...
HEAD LIBRARIAN: Scope? I tried Scope this morning, and my breath still feels fresh.
[she takes the bottle and puts it down on the table]
HEAD LIBRARIAN: James, I respect your courage. Now back to work ...
[she looks back at the two other librarians hiding behind the shelves]
HEAD LIBRARIAN: Everyone!
[they comically bump into each other trying to run off]
NARRATOR: Scope. Once in the morning does it.