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Monologues – Georgia Harris

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[intro music]

GEORGIA HARRIS: Hi my name is Georgia. I'm in Year 5 at Summer Hill Public School. This is the monologue I wrote entitled GBot 2000. Finally, the GBot 2000 has been completed. Now, all I must do is test it. Here goes nothing.

So flip that switch, press that button, and pull that lever. It should work now. Please work. Please work. Yes, it worked! It really worked. Testing time. GBot, give me a high five. GBot? Don't leave me hanging.

All right, let's try something else. What about-- ooh, GBot, can you get me a biscuit? GBot? Don't just stand there. You've got to be kidding me. Well, we're going to find something that you can do. Auntie May's birthday candle. Ah, totally forgot. I need to make her a birthday cake. I'll worry about that later.

GBot, light this candle. Wait, don't-- don't light the lab on fire! You little rascal! Let's put you in my pocket for safekeeping. No. No, don't light my butt on fire! Oh, water, water. You little-- ugh. So frustrating. In the bin, thanks. No worries. Every good scientist makes mistakes. It's just a way of learning. Yes, learning. Um, I'm going to start over. I'm going to make a new GBot. GBot 2001.

GBOT: GBot still alive.

GEORGIA HARRIS: [gasps]


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