Reset Button

In the drama monologue, RESET BUTTON, Lana’s closest friend is staying at her apartment but has been wreaking havoc on her life in the worst possible ways.

LANA:  Jill, there’s nothing wrong with having kicks but you’ve been kicking way too hard. The first day you arrived at my place, you wanted to hit up the liquor store and I took you to one and you bought enough liquor to last a month. You are only staying a week. That was the first warning bell that went off. Then you start going on and on and on about scoring some greenery to the point of madness. It was all you talked about until we were finally able to get some from my neighbor and as soon as we did you were at it.

You have not stopped since you’ve been here unless it’s when you’ve been passed out. You’ve gotten out of control and I don’t know what’s going on with you anymore. I think you have a serious problem. This isn’t just going out and having fun, there is something wrong about your behavior and I don’t know what’s up.

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