I hail from the state of Nebraska but moved around a bit and ended up here in Illinois. I went to school at Columbia College Chicago for screenwriting, but, due to some mental health issues and bad judgement, dropped out and spent a while doing other things besides screenwriting.
Okay so I loved the concept. Technically it could be a bit Hancockish, but it still works really well. I actually was laughing out loud a couple times while reading the dead dog bit. Although I don't know if that's been done before either. This should be either a feature or a longer script though in my opinion. That is if it were to work because technically the story is starting to become more of a thing which means it could get tired. There is no reason to make this a series of shorts personally. The characters are the same throughout, but because it was as short as it was I didn't ding it fully for that. The dialogue could get me laughing in an instant, but then again it isn't exactly notable besides the funny lines. The script needs better structuring if you are to keep at it with this idea. Either way I am very interested in what other ideas someone who thinks like this might have to write later on.
A young man struggles to make a positive impact when tragedy befalls his family during a time that would otherwise be joyous.