Tuesday, November 15, 2011


The Kelly Siegler for Harris County DA Conspiracy has a new player...................Hollywood!

Not only do the Lykosians accuse Kelly Siegler of conspiring with Criminal District Judges, Grand Juries and Special Prosecutors all to trick Harris County DA Pat Lykos and her gang to act ineptly........................now Siegler will undoubtedly be criticized for manipulating Los Angeles movie producers!
The Lykos camp will whine how heinously suspicious the timing of the Susan Wright trial made for TV movie is and the Harris County Republican Blue Hairs will chant , "FOUL".
Has Siegler hired Michael Moore instead of Allen Blakemore? SERIOUSLY?


Monday, Nov. 14, 2011, 1:33 PM Pacific

Movie for Television
Silverscreen Pictures, Lifetime
Draft: 8/2/11

Exec. Producers: Frank Von Zerneck, Judith Verno
Director: Stephen Kay
Writers: Michael J. Murray, Jamie Pachino
Casting Director: Fern Champion
Casting Assistants: Jon Bloch, Candido Cornejo
Start Date: On About 12/2/11 through mid December
Location: Los Angeles

To download the script, go to www.screenplayonline.com and use script key code: 118butcher12
Sides are available on Showfax and Sides Express.

[SUSAN WRIGHT] Caucasian, late 20s, blonde, fair, petite, very pretty, appealing, smart, a master manipulator, capable of seeming tough and fragile at will, Susan meets and marries Jeff Wright and settles down to what she thinks will be a fairy tale marriage with their baby girl. However, Susan soon discovers that Jeff is a chronic womanizer with a drug habit who spends most of his paycheck (from his job as a tile/carpet salesman) on his bad habits; to make things worse, Susan's complaints are met with verbal and then physical abuse by Jeff. Susan soon feels like a prisoner of terror in her own house, unable to leave because of fear and financial issues. Ultimately, Susan kills Jeff in an outburst of pent-up rage, stabbing him almost 200 times and then, in what she claims was a fog-like state, burying his body in the backyard and desperately, unsuccessfully trying to clean their bedroom of countless blood stains and blood pools. Claiming self-defense--a claim mitigated by the fact that Jeff was tied up when she killed him--Susan's behavior in the aftermath of Jeff's murder is bizarre and confusing, particlarly to her defense attorney; most of the time she seems out of touch with reality, holding a yard sale after her release on bail and cheerfully deciding what to wear in court for the cameras. A complex woman, possibly a classic battered wife but possibly a sociopath, Susan is quite confident that the jury will see her as a victimized, possibly even heroic, battered wife; she's wrong about that...LEAD (1)

[JEFFREY WRIGHT] Caucasian, about 30, handsome, tall, charming, an acknowledged womanizer who likes to play hard, apparently a confirmed bachelor, Jeffrey falls hard for the beautiful young Susan, and sees in her his chance for a white picket fence "fairy-tale" lifestyle--which unfortunately comes a bit too soon when Susan discovers she's pregnant. Despite the rush, Jeffrey seems genuinely enamored of his new bride, their new baby, and their new house, and appears to settle down into husband- and father-hood with gusto. Unfortunately, Jeffrey has little patience when Susan can't keep up with house cleaning and laundry after Casey's birth, and their marriage quickly deteriorates into selfish bickering about housekeeping, chores and bills. Successful at his job selling tile and carpet, Jeffrey slips back into his pre-marriage habits and begins staying out late, going to strip clubs, and spending money on alcohol, marijuana and cocaine. Furious at Susan's attempts to reel him in, Jeffrey becomes verbally and then physically abusive, and beats and rapes his wife (and one time even hits 4 year old Casey). Determined to keep his dominance over his wife, Jeffrey becomes increasingly volatile and violent...LEAD (2)

[KELLY SIEGLER] Caucasian, 40, with a thick Texas drawl, small, but packing a punch, always sharply turned out, extremely intelligent, Kelly is a bulldog of a prosecutor whose intial impression of Susan Wright as a "fragile little sweet faced blonde who couldn't hurt a fly" changes to her belief that Susan's a "cold-blooded, dyed in the wool, master manipulator" and murderer. Relentless, clever, tenacious, a woman who enjoys her job, Kelly has no problem bringing a countercase against the defense's contention that Susan is a battered wife who just snapped, and Kelly has more than enough evidence to support her theory--although for a split second Kelly herself seems just a bit vulnerable to Susan's compelling presentation. Aware that the jury seems to be more interested in Susan's reactions than Kelly's witnesses, Kelly makes the now (in)famous decision to bring in the blood-stained mattress and box spring on which Susan killed Jeffrey, and re-enact the murder in the courtroom...LEAD (27)

[CINDY] Caucasian, Susan's older sister, "a brunette Susan" (meaning very pretty), down-to-earth, straight-talking, Cindy is initially excited about Susan's relationship with Jeffrey, and is happy when they get married. Eventually, however, Cindy becomes the refuge to whom Susan goes when she leaves the increasingly abusive Jeffrey. Never doubting that her sister is being seriously abused by Jeffrey, Cindy is clearly heart-broken over Susan's refusal to leave him. Cindy determinedly supports her sister in the aftermath of Jeffrey's murder...LEAD (1)

[RON WRIGHT, KAY WRIGHT] Caucasian, 60ish, Jeffrey's parents, warm, loving, Ron and Kay welcome Jeffrey's new wife Susan into their family; Kay in particular believes Susan is good for Jeffrey and will keep him "headed in the right direction." Completely in the dark about Jeffrey's abuse of Susan, Ron and Kay are confused when they hear from Susan that Jeffrey has apparently left her, but even then Ron offers Susan money to get them out of whatever financial stresses they may be having. Once they realize that Susan has killed their son, however, they're utterly convinced that she is a manipulative, plotting monster--and Ron in particular is vehement in his hatred and disgust of her...LEADS (13)

[SUE] Caucasian, Susan's mother, warm, loving, supportive, level-headed, Sue is overjoyed at Susan's marriage to Jeffrey, and later is shocked to discover that Jeffrey has become abusive and violent to Susan and their little girl. The first person Susan confesses to about her murder of Jeffrey, Sue tries to keep calm around Susan during the trial but is clearly confused and probably frightened as she realizes how out of touch with reality Susan has become...LEAD (15)

[JAMIE DARR-HALL] Caucasian, 30ish, female, a single mom, friendly, warm, Jamie is Susan and Jeffrey's neighbor, who frequently talks with Susan and sometimes joins her and the other neighbors for get-togethers. Jamie (like all the neighbors) thinks Susan and Jeffrey have the perfect marriage, an image Susan keeps up despite her growing abuse at the hands of Jeffrey. Eventually, Jamie inadvertantly spots bruises on Susan's body and seems to realize that things aren't okay. However, after the murder (which makes the local headlines), Jamie is clearly freaked out by Susan's bizarre decision to have a yard sale when she's out on bail...LEAD (16)

[CASEY] caucasian, 4 years old, adorable, bright, appealing, Casey is Susan and Jeffrey's daughter. Shielded from what's really going on by Susan's stalwart, loving attention, Casey nevertheless has a run-in with her dad when he plays at kick-boxing with her and hits her too hard on the chin, knocking her down and hurting her--an event she later calmly recounts to the police...LEAD (27)

[NEAL DAVIS] Caucasian, 40ish, clean cut, conservative in his professionalism, something of a gentleman, Neal Davis is the lawyer whom Susan's mother hires to defend her in the aftermath of the murder. Initially horrified at the carnage Susan shows him in her bedroom and out in the yard where she buried Jeff, possibly in over his head with his volatile and unpredictable client, Neal goes into damage control mode (not for the last time during his defense) by putting Susan in a psychiatric hospital and arranging for the body to be picked up. Neal finds himself frequently overwhelmed by his client's stubborn refusal to deal with reality, not to mention a few unpleasant surprises during the trial...LEAD (54)

[MARK REYNOLDS] Caucasian, this police sergeant/homicide detective oversees the activity at the Wright house after the murder is discovered (days after it was committed). Unaware of what's happened (Susan is in an undisclosed psychiatric hospital), Mark tries to piece together the crime with the help of prosecutor Kelly Seigler, who shows up at the scene, and the coroner, who supplies him with some surprising information about the body...LEAD (57)

[DR. DWAYNE WOLF] Caucasian, late 30s, clean cut, articulate, professional, Dr. Wolf is the Harris County Medical Examiner, who does the autopsy on Jeffrey's body. He works with prosecutor Kelly Seigler, who's flabbergasted at the amount of stab wounds on Jeffrey's body, as well as some of the other details Dr. Wolf's discovered--not the least of which is the time of death, which pre-dates Susan's trip to the police station to lodge an abuse complaint against Jeff. Dr. Wolf testifies in court, and his testimony would be powerful, if not for the jury's distraction with a sobbing Susan Wright...LEAD (68)

[PAUL DOYLE] Caucasian, mid 30s, big, beefy, Paul is Kelly's ADA, who works closely with her on the case. Hard-working, smart, experienced, Paul is good at parsing out details for the prosecution, but clearly looks to Kelly for the "ah-ha" moments. Paul helps Kelly re-enact the murder in the courtroom, playing the part of Jeffrey...LEAD (63)

[KEVIN CONBOY] Caucasian, 35, Jeffrey's boss in the tile and carpet company, Kevin is very happy with Jeffrey's work, gives him a promotion, and becomes something of a friend to him, apparently going with him and clients to strip clubs and bars. Kevin overhears a fight Jeffrey has over the phone with Susan about paying his life insurance policy, a fight that becomes some damning testimony in court. When Jeffrey doesn't come in for a few days and Kevin learns Susan's filed a restraining order against him, Kevin calls the house and tells Susan that he might have to fire Jeffrey. He eventually testifies in court...LEAD (20)

[SCOTT HALL] Caucasian, this deputy constable seems professional yet sympathetic and certainly helpful when Susan comes to him with a report of physical abuse at the hands of her husband, Jeffrey. In Scott's eyes, Susan fits the standard issue of a battered wife who suffers in silence until her child is hit; he also interviews little Casey about the time Jeffrey hit her, and discovers that Casey and her mom's stories jive. He's later questioned on the stand by Kelly Seigler and Neal Davis...4 speches & 13 lines, 4 scenes (49)

[JEROME BROWN] Caucasian, 60s, balding, heavyset, bearded, experienced, confident, Dr. Jerome Brown is the psychiatrist on staff at the clinic where Neal Davis stashes Susan in the aftermath of his discovery of the murder. Jerome is quite certain that Susan has been severely abused and is suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Brown works with Neal Davis and is more than willing to testify on the defense's behalf, until Neal discovers that Susan has told Dr. Brown a completely different (and much more damning) account of the murder than she told him...3 speeches & 13 lines, 4 scenes (62)

[MAN/BRIAN WICE] Caucasian, 50ish, in a sharp suit, Brian is the smooth attorney who will be handling Susan's appeal. He is originally seen behind a camera, videotaping Susan and others as they tell their stories about Jeffrey Wright's murder...2 speeches & 3 lines, 4 scenes (1)

[RANDY, BILLY] Caucaasian, African American or Hispanic, these two hard-partying friends of Jeffrey's are first seen playing volleyball with him and some friends. They know Jeffrey and his womanizing habits well, and tease him about his current relationship with the "good girl" Susan. Later, after his marriage, Randy comments on the rage with which he pounds him in kick-boxing class...3 lines, 3 scenes; 1 speech & 2 lines, 2 scenes respectively (2)

[NEIGHBORHOOD MOM] Caucasian, African American or Hispanic, this neighborhood mom is friends (in a neighborly/acquaintance-like way) with Susan, and joins her and the other neighbors for a get-together; she has no clue that Susan is in hell. She makes a friendly comment as she pulls in beside Susan at Target, and later responds good-humoredly to a compliment Susan gives her...4 lines, 3 scenes (20)

[CORONER] Caucasian, this coroner at the murder scene talks with Mark Reynolds and Kelly about what he's noticed about the body. He's clearly stunned by the magnitude of the stabbing and by the fact that the victim made no apparent attempt to get away...2 speeeches & 4 lines, 2 scenes (58)

[JUDGE] Caucasian, this judge presides over Susan Wright's trial, during which he sometimes has to warn Neal Davis to keep his client in check. He's fair about honoring Davis' objections to Kelly's questioning, but allows her to go ahead with the re-enactment of the murder in the courtroom....2 speeches & 10 lines, 4 scenes (76)

STORY LINE: This is the true story of lovely young SUSAN WRIGHT, who thought she had the "fairy-tale" marriage to her husband JEFF WRIGHT, a successful tile and carpet salesman in Houston, Texas. However, Susan's life becomes a nightmare when Jeff, who has a habit of going to strip clubs, drinking too much, smoking weed and doing cocaine, becomes abusive, beating and raping her and even hitting their four year old daughter, CASEY. Unable to take it any more.......

Congratulations to Houston's top Rock Star prosecutor, budding Hollywood star and future Harris County DA..........KELLY SIEGLER.


Anonymous said...

I bet old Patty's about to crap her pants at that news.

Anonymous said...

Any word on whether Pee Wee Herman has agreed to play the role of Brian Wice?

Anonymous said...

Anthony Soprano is cast for Doyle.

Anonymous said...

And I'd bet good money that Pee Wee Herman wouldn't lower himself.

Anonymous said...

Eva Longoria has auditioned for the starring role of KS and Anthony Soprano is crossing his fingers.
Directors looking for someone to play Judge Pat being interviewed after the trial on how she would have done a better job than KS--Helen Thomas is the front runner, however, casting still looking for someone older.
Pee Wee is waffling on playing Brian Wice hoping for a Dick DeGuerin cameo spot whining how KS always kicks his ass and is mean to his underlings.
Bruce Willis has agreed to a Murray Newman cameo role if they allow him to run over Helen Thomas with his F-350.

Anonymous said...

Who is Helen Thomas?

Anonymous said...

OMG! Helen Thomas, the Washington reporter? Don't you dare compare her to Pat Lykos. What did Helen Thomas ever do to you? That's just mean.

Anonymous said...

Anon 12:26,
WOW!!!!!just googled Helen Thomas and the resemblance is uncanny!!!She could be Patsy's younger sista!!

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