|Age Range(s)||Young Adult (20-35), Adult (36-50)|
|Type of monologue / Character is||Angry, Scolding, Frustrated|
|Description||Mitch tells Brody he is out of the team|
|Details||1 hr 1 minutes into the film|
Set in the beaches of Florida, a group of lifeguards let by Lt. Mitch Buchannon investigate a recent murder of a city official that happened under suspicious circumstances and might be connected to a drug smuggling ring. The group also includes Matt Brody, a former Olympic swimmer whose public image has been tarnished after vomiting during a relay race and is now working as a lifeguard to perform community service.The group goes to a party thrown by a local shady businesswoman to investigate. Mitch has the role as lookout but ends up getting drunk and screwing up.In this scene we are at the beach the next day, Matt tries to apologize to Mitch for screwing up but Mitch, in this 30 second monologue, tells him that he is done with the Baywatch team because he is selfish and he blew it.
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MITCH: “I watched you win two gold medals. You were amazing when it was just you. When it came to the relay, being part of your team, your Olympic team, your family, you blew it. Because you’re selfish. Baywatch is our team. Baywatch is our family. These are the keys to our house. But you’ve proven to me that you don’t want to be part of this family. So you’re done. Cause the only thing you give a shit about is yourself..and your medals.”