NYC Emergency Management Preparing New Yorkers For Disaster PSA
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[NYC Emergency Management Preparing New Yorkers For Disaster PSA]
PREPARING NEW YORKER FOR DISASTER
TED PLAYED BY SETH RUDETSKY
[Ted:] I am Professor Ted Scheider, noted disaster expert—
[Ben:] ‘Disaster expert?!?’ Lame…
[Ted:] Noted disaster expert from the Broadway musical, Disaster! — Did you just call me ‘lame’?
BEN PLAYED BY BAYLEE LITTRELL
[Ben:] Uh, yeah. Out of all things to be an expert in. There’s sport, music, girls.
[Ted:] For your information, young man, disaster preparation is extremely important, especially in New York.
[Ted:] I bet you don’t know the first thing about it.
[Ben:] Oh, yeah? Try me.
[Ted:] Okay, what do you do if your neighborhood has a gas leak?
[Ben:] Just say ‘it wasn’t me!’
[Ted:] Try to be mature. I begged and pleaded my publicist… I don’t want to work with children. I hate children. This one showed up.
[Ted:] Really, what would you do? You would actually call 911 right away. Now, what about if a tornado hit?
[Ben:] That’s easy. You just evacuate.
[Ted:] ‘Evacuate?’ Nice S.E.T. word. But WRONG. Sometimes, the best way to prepare is shelter-in-place, or stay exactly where you are.
[Ben:] I got to told you that.
[Ted:] But you did not. What about if you’re stuck in one place for a long time?
[Ben:] That’s easy! Just entertain.
[Singing] When will I be loved.
[Ted:] You’re extremely talented, but annoying. I’m talking about what if you need supplies.
[Ben:] My parents just go to the bodega.
[Ted:] They’re closed! It’s an emergency. What do you not understand?! Now, first of all, what kind of supplies would you need?
[Ben:] The usual: chips, candy… I guess a soda, too.
[Ted:] Cavities. False tooth in your future. No. This is why we prepare a Go Bag.
[Ben:] Yeah, I got one of those for school.
[Ted:] This one’s cooler. No homework.
[Ben:] Really? What’s inside?
[Ted:] I’ll show you… Now, first of all, typical: first-aid kit, of course, necessary. Extra toiletries, flashlight, extra batteries… what else we got? Take a gander!
[Ben:] Adult personal hygiene items?
[Ted:] You’ll understand that when you’re older. It’s for shaving! Just put it back.
[Ted:] You’re awkward. Now, get your own. Or better yet, prepare your own! New York City Emergency Management has a checklist on their website with everything you’re going to need. They’ve also got plenty of free preparedness guides and resources for businesses, families, pets…
[Ben:] Dude! I’m right here.
[Ted:] And you’re shedding. nyc.gov/emergencymanagement has it all. Can you dig it?
[Ben:] Please stop.
[Ted:] I’m on fleek. Highlight. I can moonwalk.
[Ben:] Oh, God.
[Ted:] Actually, I can’t. My back’s out…
[Ben:] No, no…
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