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General Spoilers Season 1:

Sept 10, 2018: Casting is currently underway for a high-school-aged bully. The character will be picking on a nicely dressed teen named "Leo". The character isn't gender specific but will likely be ripping or cutting the tie off of Leo in a dominance move.


Courtney Whitmore is chosen by the cosmic staff. Upon hearing about the good old days from Pat Dugan, Courtney seeks out the Goddaughter of Theodore "Ted" Grant, Yolanda Montez, to encourage her to help her solve a mystery. The two, now donning their alter-egos, Stargirl and Wildcat, seek to discover why their neighbors in Blue Valley are going missing!

Yolanda was class president, recently ousted but a potential texting pic scandal.


There are five test scenes out there currently. Read them below to get a feel for Courtney's, Yolanda's (or Tammy) and Rachel's (Likely a different name) character:

Scene 1:

Courtney: “Ok, your name was Stripesy?!”

Pat Dugan: “Because I wore stripes!”

Courtney: “Yeah, a lot of them. Who came up with the costume?”

Pat Dugan: “…I did”

Courtney: “And that name?”

Pat Dugan: “Me.”

Courtney: “Didn’t anybody try to like brainstorm a little with you?  Help you out.”

Pat Dugan: “Why? What’s wrong with it?”

Courtney: “It’s not exactly the most intimidating choice you could have made. I mean ‘Look out it’s that red and white striped superhero Stripesy’ “

Pat Dugan: “Sylvester never actually let me go out into the field with him.”

Courtney: “Then what did you do?”

Pat Dugan: “Most of the time I waited in the car”

Courtney: “Oh, like a getaway driver?!”

Pat Dugan: “He drove.”

Courtney: “What.”

Pat Dugan: “I was his mechanic.”

Courtney: “Well, did he at least pay you?

Pat Dugan: “Superheros don’t get paid. That’s the whole point. Do good because that is the right thing to do.”

Courtney: “Well yeah that’s great Pat. There are benefits from being a superhero that you should have enjoyed like the rest of them right?”

Pat Dugan: “Like what?”

Courtney: “I don’t know. A cool costume, an awesome codename. I mean look at this one. Doctor Mid-Nite, dark, mysterious. The dude in the hood. Hourman. He’s looking like he is having a blast.”

Pat Dugan: “I once saw him lift a Volkswagon Bug over his head.”

Courtney: “Ok, your name was Stripesy?!”

Pat Dugan: “Because I wore stripes!”

Courtney: “Yeah, a lot of them. Who came up with the costume?”

Pat Dugan: “…I did”

Courtney: “And that name?”

Pat Dugan: “Me.”

Courtney: “Didn’t anybody try to like brainstorm a little with you?  Help you out.”

Pat Dugan: “Why? What’s wrong with it?”

Courtney: “It’s not exactly the most intimidating choice you could have made. I mean ‘Look out it’s that red and white striped superhero Stripesy’ “

Pat Dugan: “Sylvester never actually let me go out into the field with him.”

Courtney: “Then what did you do?”

Pat Dugan: “Most of the time I waited in the car”

Courtney: “Oh, like a getaway driver?!”

Pat Dugan: “He drove.”

Courtney: “What.”

Pat Dugan: “I was his mechanic.”

Courtney: “Well, did he at least pay you?

Pat Dugan: “Superheros don’t get paid. That’s the whole point. Do good because that is the right thing to do.”

Courtney: “Well yeah that’s great Pat. There are benefits from being a superhero that you should have enjoyed like the rest of them right?”

Pat Dugan: “Like what?”

Courtney: “I don’t know. A cool costume, an awesome codename. I mean look at this one. Doctor Mid-Nite, dark, mysterious. The dude in the hood. Hourman. He’s looking like he is having a blast.”

Pat Dugan: “I once saw him lift a Volkswagon Bug over his head.”

Courtney: “So you are saying what? Those guys are cool cause they had powers?”

Pat Dugan: “Not just powers. They were the bravest men and women I’ve ever known. They were my friends. Truth is I was lucky they let me hang out with them.”

Courtney: “…And they were lucky you could do their oil changes…”

Pat Dugan: “What?”

Courtney: “Nothing. It’s just…if you ever decide to be a superhero again don’t just wait in the car. You got more to offer than that.”

Pat Dugan: “Like what?”

Courtney: “….I’ll get back to you on that!”


Scene 2:

Courtney: “Yolanda put on your mask!”

Yolanda Montez: – “No! I’m hitting the eject button on this crazy plan we shouldn’t be doing this.”

Courtney: “Of course we shouldn’t be doing this.”

Yolanda Montez: “I just said that.”

Courtney: “Well, somebody has to do this.”

Yolanda Montez: “Yeah, but why us?”

Courtney: “Because my neighbors are disappearing and I want to know why don’t you?”

Yolanda Montez: “I wanna know why but I also think it be cool leaving it a mystery. I love mysteries! Especially unsolved ones.”

Courtney: “Come on. I need you.”

Yolanda Montez: “The staff picked you. I just found this suit.”

Courtney: “No. I gave you that suit. And I could have given it to anyone.”

Yolanda Montez: “I was the only one there.”

Courtney: “What are you gonna do tonight? Sit in your bedroom and sulk.”

Yolanda Montez: “That sounds like a perfect Friday evening! Yes.”

Courtney: “Ok, last year you were class President. Organizing rallies and walk-outs. Really getting out there and trying to make things better. I mean you were the face of progress at Blue Valley High and now you want to hide in your room?”

Yolanda Montez: “You would hide too if you were me.”

Courtney: “Yola, don’t let that jerk take you away from you.”

Yolanda Montez: “It’s not his fault. It’s mine. I sent him those pictures”

Courtney: “Ok, but he didn’t have to share them.”

Yolanda Montez: “But he did. And you can’t put that genie back into the bottle.”

Courtney: “Put on the mask. Look you don’t have to be the face of Blue Valley High but you shouldn’t be embarrassed or ashamed either. You’ve done that for the way to long. Be the fierce badass I know that’s locked up inside of you. Be a Wildcat. “

[Puts on mask]

Yolanda Montez: “I can’t see out of this thing.”

Courtney: “It’s ok! We will make some adjustments.”

Yolanda Montez: “Eye holes are on the top of my list.”

Courtney: “Noted.”

Yolanda Montez: “It also smells like gym class.”

Courtney: “We’ll wash it.”


Scene 3:

Tammy: "You want me to jump off of a three story building?"

Courtney: "I don't want you to, Wikipedia says Wildcat could jump off of buildings."

Tammy: "A: It's Wikipedia B: What makes you think its the costume and not the guy wearing it?"

Courtney: "It said those clothes could cut through metal like butter and it was right about that."

Tammy: "Tearing through my mom's stainless steel toaster isn't exactly risking my life."

Courtney: "It is if it's plugged in. OK, forget it, you don't need to jump off buildings, let's go."

Tammy: "No wait."

Courtney: "For what?"

Tammy: "You never give up that easy."

Courtney: "I'm not giving up, I'm agreeing with you."

Tammy: "You never agree with me that easy."

Courtney: "When you're right I do."

Tammy: "You never think I'm right."

Courtney: "Actually, I think you're right more than you do. This is dangerous and it's one thing to risk my life, it's another to ask you to."

Tammy: "What if I want to?"

Courtney: "Why would you want to?"

Tammy: "Because maybe I'm tired of not risking anything, of not doing anything."

Courtney: "You want to do something, let's go get some coffee."

Tammy: "I don't drink coffee and I don't question myself and yet, here I am standing here, questioning every little thing I do."

Courtney: "Tammy this is different."

Tammy: "No it's not! You said it, you know it. I've been affraid to listen to myself for a year, to be me, and I'm not going to do it anymore. I'm jumping."

Courtney: "Tammy wait!"

[Jumps]

Courtney: "Are you ok?!"

Tammy: "I landed on my feet!" [excitedly]

Editors Note: We believe that now that casting is underway for Wildcat, Tammy is code for Yolanda. This is not corroborated though.


Scene 4:

Mrs. Madison: "Is there anyone you can talk to about things?"

Rachel: "Things? Things like what Stacy?"

Mrs. Madison: "It's Mrs. Madison Rachel, and from what I've heard today, you were the target of verbal and online bullying."

Rachel: "It's no big deal. You get so used to hearing it, it's like white noise [shhhhhhhhhhhhh] It's kinda nice."

Mrs. Madison: "Rachel, you site alone at lunch, walk alone in the halls, and most days I even see you talking to yourself."

Rachel: "I'm not talking to myself. I've got my mom or my dad on Facetime. Sometimes both."

Mrs. Madison: "Your mom and your dad?"

Rachel: "They're the ones I talk to about things. They get me you know. I can go to mom if I'm having issues with homework or really stressing out about it. She knows what that's like, going to med school."

Mrs. Madison: "Ok ..."

Rachel: "And my dad, everytime I feel alone, like there's nobody else who can read my mind but me ... BAM, he's there. Cheering me on and cheering me up. He always knows what to say. It's like, like he's in my head."

Mrs. Madison: "Most students wouldn't like the idea of their father being in their heads."

Rachel: "Why not?"

Mrs. Madison: "Rachel, Not that I don't like getting a visit from you, I do, but why did you ask to see me today?"

Rachel: "Just to say hi. I know you are normally dealing with problems or putting out proverbial fires and what not, so I thought hey, Mrs. Madison sure could use a smile."

Mrs. Madison: "That's very considerate of you Rachel, thank you... You can stop smiling."

Rachel: "Have a great day, I'll be by tomorrow."


Scene 5:

Rachel: "Where's everybody else?"

Courtney: "I don't know they should be here!"

Rachel: "Should we call them?"

Courtney: "Our phones could be tapped, the bad guys could be listening in!"

Rachel: "So what are we supposed to do? I want to go investigate but that monster is still out there. If he sees the two of us, we are super dead."

Courtney: "We'll wait for the others."

Rachel: "What if he comes up here?"

Courtney: "We'll run!"

Rachel: "Run?! I'm not built for running! Not even a brisk jog!"

Courtney: "Ok let me think... I can't think with you staring at me like that."

Rachel: "Ok, here's the plan to come up with the plan. Empty your mind."

Courtney: "What?!"

Rachel: "Think of it as a blank piece of paper or a polar bear in a blizzard."

Courtney: "What's that supposed to do?"

Rachel: "Your subconscious should fill in the negative space. It worked for me once when I blanked on a calculus quiz. I thought of a desert, endless sand and in a few minutes, everything I knew about calculus came flooding back in!"

Courtney: "Did you ace the quiz?"

Rachel: "I got a C. I don't care much about Calculus. Ugh, listen, forget about all that. I've got an idea. I'll go alone."

Courtney: "Alone?!"

Rachel: "There's a better chance of me sneaking in, staying hidden in the shadows. That staff of yours would light the tunnels right up. You go get the others, and I'll go get what we need before that thing spots me."

Courtney: "You sure about this?"

Rachel: "I'm not sure about anything, but that's never stopped me before."

Courtney: "Ok, good luck!"

Rachel: "I don't need luck, I need a miracle!"