JET SET RADIO "Intro"
Final Draft

January 1, 2012

COPYRIGHT 2012 SEGA

EXT. FORTIFIED RESIDENTIAL AREA-UNKNOWN TIME

BEAT, CORN and GUM skate by and duck behind the side of a building as a ROKKAKU POLICE SQUAD passes by.

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EXT. FORTIFIED RESIDENTIAL AREA-UNKNOWN TIME

CORN unscrews the last bolt on a high-security looking fence door, and moves it aside. They go through quickly, though warily.

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EXT. FORTIFIED RESIDENTIAL AREA-UNKNOWN TIME

The GGs are tagging the walls of an important-looking building. GUM points OFF-SCREEN, as a ROKKAKU POLICE SQUAD appears and begins to pursue them. The GGs flee, as we cut to-

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EXT. FORTIFIED RESIDENTIAL AREA-UNKNOWN TIME

As the GGs flee, CORN thumbs up at GUM and BEAT. He grinds up a TELEPHONE POLE, and grinds along the wire, going back the direction the GGs came. CORN leaps off, soaring over the ROKKAKU POLICE SQUAD CARS and lands on the other side of them. CORN skates off, and many of them pursue him instead.

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EXT. FORTIFIED RESIDENTIAL AREA-UNKNOWN TIME

BEAT and GUM are skating straight forward, and realize they've headed into a dead end. Walls surround them on all sides, except the way they came in. As the ROKKAKU POLICE approach it, BEAT and GUM leap onto a billboard and wallride up by jumping from billboard to billboard. The ROKKAKU POLICE skid to a stop, some crashing into each other, and look up in bewilderment.

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INT. ROKKAKU'S HQ-UNKNOWN TIME

ROKKAKU watches on one of the monitor screens as GUM and BEAT escape. He slams his fist against the control panel in frustration.

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EXT. GARAGE-DAY

All the members of the GGs are celebrating and cheering, doing various things, such as their victory dances from the games, et cetera. CORN and GUM high-five as BEAT skates past. As he skates, he sprays the screen. This and the running paint form the JET SET RADIO LOGO.

ECHO from OFF-SCREEN, in the style of D.J. PROFESSOR K

JET SET RADIOOOOOOO!


This is not an actual episode; this is merely the intro, like the intros that come before nearly every cartoon.

If you want the full effect, you should read this right before you "watch" each "episode", like a real cartoon intro. I was going to put it into each episode, but I thought that would too obnoxious. Feel free to imagine a theme song to go with it.

For the sake of convenience, I will start off Season Two with the intro at the beginning (as it should be). This way you don't have to click between the different seasons if you want to "watch" the intro before each episode.