Episode 101

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Hotte: Ew! What is that? This volleyball field is a dog cemetery.

Emma: Hotte, you are so disgusting.

Luzi: Bullshit, dog cemetery. A dog probably buried its bones here at the most.

Timo: Woah, shit.

Luzi: What’s wrong?

Timo: That’s no dog. And no dog buried that.

(Or some very, very big dog did..why did we never check for that eventuality?)




[Pestalozzi, volleyball field]


Everyone is standing around the pit. Jenny of course is standing next to Emma.

Emma: Oh my God.

Hotte: Is that…real?

Timo: How should I know? Fuck!

Jenny: It looks like it’s been lying here for some time.

Lara: What should we do now?

Timo: For now, we are going to stop doing anything. Nobody…nobody touches anything.

Hotte: We weren’t planning to.

Timo: I’ll go and get Götting.

He goes off while the others keep staring at the bonesand I’m sure Jenny keeps edging closer to Emma. (This is all very dramatic. It’s not something you see everyday I mean, Jenny is wearing real pants!)


[Pestalozzi, school office]


Timo: Well, can’t you page him or something?

Frau Jäger: I don’t think Herr Götting would appreciate that.

Timo: But this is really important.

Frau Jäger: Maybe I can help you.

Timo: Fuck, I need Götting!



[Pestalozzi, school yard/parking lot]


Alexandra: Did you see her look? Like a shot deer. And because of that scam everyone always believes Bea to be innocent. She didn’t forget how to do that.

Götting: You are taking this woman much too seriously. She can’t do anything to you, Alexandra! Don’t you want to rethink this? Bea Vogel isn’t worthy all of this.

Alexandra: But I…I am worth it. You can’t change my mind. It’s too late for that. Thanks, Julian, for everything. For always being there for me. I’ll call you. I promise.



[Pestalozzi, school office]


Frau Jäger: Timo, what’s wrong?

Timo: We found a corpse while digging up the volleyball field.

Frau Jäger: You are kidding me…

Timo: I wish.

Frau Jäger: Herr Götting?!

Götting: I believe it’s been enough for one day.

Frau Jäger: But…

Götting: I’m not interested in what you have to say.

Timo: Well, but I’m sure you’re interested in what we found while digging up the volleyball field!



[Pestalozzi, volleyball field]


Frau Jäger: That’s horrible.

(Yes, just horrible. Luzi has wormed herself between Jenny and Emma./That's terrible!Luzi,get away from that hole in the ground..a Lesbian might push you.))

Götting: When did you discover this?

Timo: Just now.

Hotte: At first we thought it was an animal. Then this appeared.

Timo: And then we informed you immediately.

Lara: To think we’ve been playing on top of a skeleton this whole time…(And top of the volleyball coaches sister to boot!)

Emma: Who knows how long it’s already been lying here.

Jenny: Long.(Jennifer Hartmann, Secret agent and ecavator..knows.Cause it's Jennifer Hartmann,Chuck Norris can justgo home and pack up right now, cause you and I..we know he would never have made it through Pestalozzi..)

Luzi: Could you stop this?

Götting: I have to inform the police.

Timo: Well, should we stay here until then and make sure that nothing happens?

Frau Jäger: Something worse than death can’t really happen, can it? (The wrath of Helena Schmidt-Heisig?)

Götting: Get inside, all of you. And no further speculations and no word to anyone. I don’t want to worry the students. (To Frau Jäger)And you take care that nothing is made public, at least for now. Now get inside, go on. – That’s just what I needed…



[Saal 1]


Sebastian: I’d like the best coffee in the city.

Miriam: Mhm.

Sebastian: Made by the most beautiful woman in the world.(He is such a sweetheart..Bea should have seen the light and him..or just taken a look at him and seen his dumbolt of a brother for what he is..)

Miriam: Just around the corner, there is a café, maybe you should try your luck there.

Sebastian: Oh, I’m sure I’ve found what I am looking for.

Miriam: Alright. We’ll talk some more after the coffee and … this about the most beautiful woman…

Sebastian: That’s just as I’m saying. So how about it? Do I get a coffee or not?

Miriam: Yes, just a minute.

Sebastian: You know what’s a real pity? That we are always working at different times.

Miriam: It’s a good thing then that my boss is looking for temporary help right now.

(And it’s an even better thing that our two favourite people are both looking for a job right now./Saal 1..the den of luuurve)


[Pestalozzi, at the tables]


Luzi: It’s really too much.

Emma goes around handing out sanitary wipes.(Who else but Emma would just have these things in her school bag?)

Emma: Here. For disinfection. I mean, it’s disgusting, the thought that you ...on your hands…oh, you know what I mean.

Luzi: I’ve been wondering how a skeleton came to be on our school grounds.

Hotte: It could have come from everywhere.

And Emma offers Jenny a wipe. Which she accepts with a thank you. YAY!!!! (that showed more feeling than the entire Michael/Bea relationship in its entirety. Which isn’t hard, I admit./It's not,that this milisecond has been rewound endlessly for in depth inspection by Jemmalings either..*Coughs* )

Lara: Yes. We’re talking about the Romans in History class right now. They are supposed to be lying around everywhere.

Timo: Ah nonsense. It isn’t that old.

Lara: But they can last forever in certain soils.(Like volleyballfields??)

Hotte: Maybe it’s a soldier. With 262 air strikes, he could have been left behind.

Emma: Oh, Hotte!

Hotte: Or a heart attack while playing volleyball.

Jenny: Alright, does anyone else want to offer suggestions? No? Okay, then I’d say Chulos?

Lara: To Chulos?

Jenny: Or Saal 1, for all I care. As long as they offer something to drink. (And Emma comes along, as I need some lady company)What?! Guys, carpe diem, life is short!

Jenny starts to lead the way, pulling a little on Emma’s arm as she passes her by.



[Pestalozzi, school office]

Frau Jäger makes a call.


[Saal 1]


Frau Krawczyk spills some coffee.

Frau Krawczyk: Ah, damn. (Her phone rings)What now? Yes?

Frau Jäger: I’m sorry to be bothering you…

Frau Krawczyk: You’re not bothering me, I’ve got time. Too much time.

Frau Jäger: Yes, of course.

Frau Krawczyk: Why are you calling?

Frau Jäger: It’s so horrible, you can’t imagine… (to not see you every day)

Frau Krawczyk: What happened?

Frau Jäger: On the volleyball field…the students found a skeleton while digging up the new field.



[Pestalozzi, class room]


Bea is writing on the board.

Bea: If A is less or equal to B plus 1 divided by n then A is less or equal to B



Ewwwww.To Bea/Michael sex I think. But I can’t be sure since I refuse to take my hand off of my eyes.



Bea: M plus B is less or equal… I mean A, of course.([sarcasm]Cute[/sarcasm])

Göttingover loudspeaker: Attention please for an important announcement. Because of repairs of the electricity net classes have to end prematurely today. We ask all students to leave the school building and grounds immediately so that the repairs can be completed as soon as possible.

Bea: Now be a little more quiet for a moment.

Göttingover loudspeaker: The teachers on the other hand are asked to gather in the teachers’ lounge beforehand. Thank you.

(So, great..even the teachers are thinking..well not about math, during math..)



[Pestalozzi teachers’ lounge]


Michael: Hey, I was just on my way to find you.

Bea: Hey. Can you tell me why all the students had their classes cancelled and we have to be here?

Michael: I thought you could tell me.

Bea: Unfortunately, my connections to the principal aren’t that good anymore. (Hmm, just how good were they before, and how good will they be later?)

Michael: Mm, mine neither. Another thing the two of us have in common. (Does he always sound desperate or is it just me? Frank Cooper, your German equivalent is Michael Heisig.///Brrrr.)



[Pestalozzi, teachers’ corridor]


Götting sees Krawczyk.

Götting: I’m assuming it’s no coincidence that you are here.

Frau Krawczyk: It isn’t.

Götting: So, you know about the incident?

Frau Krawczyk: Yes.

Götting: And I believe I can guess as to your source. (He meant to say spouse, I’m sure)

Frau Krawczyk: Herr Götting, I… know that you are the acting principal of this school now and that you are in charge. But there are things that go a lot further back than your tenure here. And that’s why I’m offering you my help in this matter.

Götting: Alright.



[Pestalozzi teachers’ lounge]


Bea and Michael are sort of “cuddling” (or maybe Bea is just sweetly whispering something in Michael’s ear. Who cares! You’re at work, guys!)

Bea: Frau Krawczyk, what a surprise. Does that mean you're back?

Frau Krawczyk: It doesn't mean anything. If you'll excuse me.

Götting: I, er, called this meeting today on such short notice because during the excavation for the new volleyball field a ... skeleton was found. The police have already been notified and will arrive here any moment. I'm asking all present to keep silent about this incident until the results of the investigation are available. Thank you.



[Saal 1]


Luzi: Isn't it incredible how fast it can just be over? Zack, without good-bye, without a funeral... over, just like that.

Timo: How do you know it happened like that?

Luzi: Well, who buries a human on school grounds? (Luzi needs to get cable..)

Timo: Er, the Romans?

Luzi: More likely someone who had to urgently get rid of the body.

Caro: And do they already know who it was?

Lara: Well, Hotte thinks that it's a soldier. Of World War 2, or something.

Emma, Luzi, Timo: Hotte?!

Hotte: What?

Luzi: Cue soldier?

Hotte: Forget about the soldier. The oracle was right. Sport is murder. It's about murder, it's about sports... and about the construction of the volleyball court years ago. Well, what is it?(Interestingly enough...he was sorta right..)

Timo: Nothing. We're listening.

Hotte: You might think I'm crazy but do you remember the newspaper clipping Sophie had with her?

Luzi: About Lohmann's missing sister?

Emma: You think that...that skeleton is the missing Franziska Lohmann?(Hotte shouldn't have gone to Magic School, he should have opted for Quantico..say Hi to Scully while there,Hotte!)

Hotte: Well, it's possible.

Timo: She's in Australia.

Luzi: And dead people have a hard time sending postcards.

Miriam: I hope not all of you skipping school.

Lara: Herr Götting sent us home. We found a skeleton during the construction of the new beach volleyball field.

Miriam: A skeleton?!


[Vogel home]


Miriam: Bea.

Piet: She's not here. What are you doing here?

Lara: I'm asking myself the same thing.

Piet: Why aren’t you in school?

Lara: Now don't you start as well.

Miriam: They found a skeleton on the school grounds.

Piet: Lara, please go to your room.

Lara: Why?

Piet: Who cares. Do some homework or something.

Lara: Ey, why are you making such a fuss? Do you know who the dead person is?

Piet: Lara!

Lara: Geez, alright already. Great, and the others are still in Saal 1.

Lara leaves.

Miriam: Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

He nods.



[Pestalozzi, volleyball field]


Bea and Michael are watching the police work on the crime scene.

Michael: Come on, let's go home.


[Flashback to ten years ago]

Bea: I won't!

Franziska: Now leave me...ahhh!

Franziska falls into the pit.

Bea: Franziska! Franziska! Are you alright?! Don't move! Don't move, I'll get help!

[End flashback]


Michael: I'll take you home. (Bea runs away.)Bea!

(She obviously doesn't want you to take her home./It's probably the lack of deodorant..)



[Pestalozzi, school toilet]


Bea looks in the Jenny drug episode mirror with the red writing. (Unfortunately, we don't get Emma coming through the door next but Michael)

Michael: I know what you're thinking right now. (Oh, is he now Jim-Bob, the mind reading chicken, or something?)But listen, it isn't even clear yet who he or she is. You can't be beating yourself up. You don't really believe...

Bea: Yes, that's exactly what I believe. The dead person is Franziska.

Michael: But that's absurd.(exactly,only mising person in the school..who fell into the pit right before her disappearance..totes absurd..)

Bea: Why?!

Michael: Because you said yourself that she's in Australia.

Bea: What if she isn't? What if everyone was wrong?

Michael: Then the police will investigate.

Bea: Yes. And again everyone is going to be thinking that I had something to do with it.

Michael: But you didn't have anything to do with it, and so you don't have to care about what the others think. Bea, just wait for the investigation to be over.

Bea: The place…where they found the skeleton…that’s exactly the place where Franziska fell into the pit back then.



[Pestalozzi, Götting’s office]


Frau Krawczyk: And how are you planning on handling this matter now?

Götting: I believe it’s best if the students stay out of the school until the investigation is over. God knows, the Pestalozzi doesn’t need any more bad publicity.

Frau Krawczyk: In some ways you may be right. But still, I think it’d be best if you dealt with the discovery of the body openly. After all, it was found by students and the news has gotten around by now. And the past has shown that the best way to prevent rumors is to bring them out into the open.

Götting: You’re probably right. Would you be at the school’s disposal until the investigation has been finished?

Frau Krawczyk: Well, I offered you my help, didn’t I?

Götting: May I ask you a personal question? You referred to incidents today that happened at this school in the past. Do you think it’s possible… that the corpse could be Franziska Lohmann?

Frau Krawczyk: I’ve heard that Frau Lohmann left the school? Have you already informed her about the discovery?

Götting: Not yet.

Frau Krawczyk: Then you should do that now.

(I think that was a Yes.)



[Vogel home]


Miriam: You’re afraid that everything is going to be starting all over again, aren’t you?

Piet: Well, if the dead person really is Franziska then… then this is going to turn into a nightmare. It’ll be like back when everyone thought it was Bea’s fault…just because she was the last one to be seen with her. They snubbed her, sent anonymous letters… Everybody suddenly had seen something to indicate her alleged guilt.

Miriam: And nobody was talking to us anymore.

Piet: And I’m so scared that Lara will have to suffer through this, this time around. You know, in moments like this, you realize whom you can count on.

Bea and Michael come in.

Bea: You already know?



[Pestalozzi, crime scene]


Götting: The police implied that a conclusion about the age of the skeleton could only be reached after a thorough investigation. That means that the police aren’t ruling out that the skeleton could be a very old find… that might not have anything to do with a crime.(Exactly, cause they Romans built the original volleyball field..)



[Pestalozzi, principal’s office]


Knock, knock.

Frau Jäger: May I? I just wanted to tell you how glad I am that you are back. Even though the circumstances are rather unpleasant.(I missed you!And I put the skeleton into the ground so you'd come back and save the school!)

Frau Krawczyk: That they are. And they are going to become even more unpleasant.



[Pestalozzi, crime scene]


Alexandra: Don’t bother. I know that it’s Franziska. I’ve always known. I’ve felt that she was dead. And now there is finally proof… and the guilty can be held accountable.



[Pestalozzi, principal’s office]


Frau Krawczyk reaches into the desk drawer, grabs her vodka bottle (why is that still there?/Saving it for a rainy day) and pours herself a cup full.

Frau Jäger: Wha-what are you doing? Now don’t ruin everything for yourself.

Frau Krawczyk: It’s all over anyway. (And she drinks.)

Frau Jäger: You really shouldn’t.

Frau Krawczyk: If there was ever a time for me to drink it’s now.

Frau Jäger: It’s terrible that they’ve found a dead body on school grounds but… that doesn’t have anything to do with you or your work.

Frau Krawczyk: You really have no idea, do you?

Frau Jäger: You…don’t think that it…

They look at each other. Then Frau Jäger grabs the cup out of Frau Krawczyk’s hands and drinks from it herself./Frau Jäger!)

Frau Krawczyk: I’ve made a mistake back then. A terrible mistake.

(I should never have left you,Ingrid..)