Left Coast Ahoy

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Episode 49/1x049
Left Coast Ahoy

Can you say unnecessary plotline?!

Blogger Sarah
Date Posted November 14th, 2008
URL youtube.com
Length 2:12
Description Sometimes you go around the world for what's in your backyard.
Location(s) Boston South Station, Boston Hotel Room
YouTube Tags lg15 resistance lonelygirl15 new england ho left coast ahoy sarah reed amateur extreme cult blood fun jonas hymn
Production Credits
Executive Producer(s) Miles Beckett, Greg Goodfried, and Amanda Goodfried
Line Producer Lynn Kramer
Production Assistant(s) Andrea Aguilar and Travis Prow
Director(s) Yusuf Pirhasan
Assistant Director(s) Ram Paul Silbey
Camera Kevin Schlanser
Head Writer Joshua Hale Fialkov
Vidplay Joshua Hale Fialkov and Jim Campolongo
Story Joshua Hale Fialkov and Miles Beckett
Editor(s) Jerry Pyle, Yusuf Pirhasan, James Renfroe, and Christopher Ryder
Music Supervisor Seth Jacobs
Music "Yes!" by Colourmusic
Sarah Alexandra Dreyfus
Adjacent Blogs
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Previous by Sarah "Back Up or Back Off"
Next by Sarah "Lost and Found"

Left Coast Ahoy is the forty-ninth blog in the LG15: The Resistance blog series.


(The camera pans from Sarah down a subway station platform)

Sarah: So, that note I got told me to go to South Station. I have to go to the ladies' room. The ladies' room? Like, really, what am I going to find in there? Alright, so, here we go. Weird.

(A train passes Sarah on the platform. She goes up an escalator and runs into the bathroom, entering the handicapped stall and looking around inside. There is a folded slip of paper on a shelf. Sarah takes it out, and holds it up to the camera. The paper says, "They have the cure in L.A. —A friend". Cut to Sarah relaxing in a hotel room.)

Sarah: I go on this mission, the community helps me, and we found exactly what we needed. Well, I mean, kind of. We just have to go back to L.A. There's somebody out there helping us. I don't know who it is, but how is that any different than usual? I have to make amends with Jonas. It wasn't wrong, I want to state that, but I may have overreacted like (holds thumb and forefinger together) this much. It's like we forgot that this isn't about one girl. This is about hundreds or maybe thousands of girls who can't protect themselves who are forced into a life that, to be honest, is no life at all. I just have to get Jonas. We have to get the others and go back to L.A. And then, this will all be over. What's it that Maggie always says? We are the Resistance we will not be stopped.