The Valet, aka The Adventures of Will Ferrell and also the Scandinavian

The Valet, aka The Adventures of Will Ferrell and also the Scandinavian

Book 1 of Hollywood movie/TV series version

by Bryan Fletcher

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CHAPTER 1, Part 1 “Have a great day.” In Manhattan, nyc, Monday, 9:28 a.m., in his ever so cramped bed room under a stairwell, a typical man called Will Ferrell startles to a sitting position, and bumps his temple. *** Then, maybe not repeating the same word that is foul for three right minutes, as if a real cuss master, he curses terms wholly unfit for printing, and curses above and beyond everyday foul mouth themes; as being a cuss virtuoso, yet high cultural style, in just a lowbrow talent, a sweet science of exceptional foul-speak designed to shock and provoke the sensory faculties. *** And yet, if done in a way that is certain it reveals a well-seasoned brain; specific refined judgment, belief and taste, also scholarship—as odd as that sounds—and with a well-crafted mastery of looks, of nature, art, beauty, flavor, and especially the sublime. *** Will Ferrell, yet his name that is real is Ferrell? No, no, no. David! Is the only title on his birth certification, one title, as some people just get one name. *** he then rubs their temple, reels, and appears about that cramped apartment: if somebody might call it a studio apartment, as it resembles life under a cramped stairwell, and then to the bed is just a small faded picture of a old, dark-blue step van, a multipurpose enclosed motor vehicle. *** Then he says rest, “Yes, and relax.