Transcript: Car Wash | Dec 13, 2002

(music plays)

From the perspective of a car in motion, postcards float around. The title of the show appears printed as if it were a postcard. It reads "TVO. Toronto, Ontario."

A red car leaves a car wash.

A man stands outside the car wash. He is in his mid-thirties, clean-shaven with receding short black hair. He wears a gray sweater.

He says WE OPEN EIGHT O'CLOCK
TILL SIX.
WE MAYBE DO ABOUT A HUNDRED
CARS A DAY HERE.
He wipes a car windshield and says I DON'T LOVE IT, BUT I LIKE
IT.
MY BOSS TREATS ME GOOD.
YEAH, I LIKE THESE GUYS,
TOO.
SOMETIMES.

A male driver gets down a car.

The man continues COME ON, LET'S GO, EY.
YOU'RE SLOW TODAY.
WHEN I'M NOT WASHING CARS I
GO SEE MY DAUGHTER IN
STOUFFVILLE, I WATCH TV
ONTARIO, "BLUES CLUES,
ARTHUR," AND MOVIES.
AND I GO FOR A WALK WITH MY
DAUGHTER.

(music plays)

The TVO logo appears.

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