Road Head Butting

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Episode 29/1x029
Road Head Butting

Good thing these slurpees aren't orange...

Blogger Sarah
Date Posted October 20th, 2008
Forum forum discussion
Length 2:35
Description Can't we all just get along?
Location(s) Midwestern Diner
YouTube Tags amateur blood butting cult extreme for fun head hymn jonas lefty lg15 lonelygirl15 reed resistance road sarah scissors
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 "Next to Argyle" by Scissors For Lefty
Jonas Jackson Davis
Sarah Alexandra Dreyfus
Reed Brett Ryback
Adjacent Blogs
Previous "Chapter 5: On the Road"
Next "The Truth"
Previous by Sarah "All Aboard!"
Next by Sarah "Secret Sauce"
Directly before "Dangerous Directions"

Road Head Butting is the twenty-ninth blog in the LG15: The Resistance blog series.


Sarah: Captain's Log. Star date blah blah blah blah. Seems as though we've been trapped in a vortex of pure nothingness. I believe the natives of this strange planet call it the Midwest. There is not much here except for, um, roads and abandoned tundras and more roads and more roads and the occaisional roadside diner, which is where we are now. Yeah I don't know. I don't think it's the Midwest. I think what's bugging me so much is that I've been trapped in a car for 3 days straight. You know, Jonas doesn't say more than 2 words when he is behind the wheel and Reed will not stop bitching about the fact we need some awesome mix CD to raise the roof. I swear sometimes I think his slang skills peaked in 7th grade. Umm...He's kind of funny.

Reed: Hey! Hey! I've got Shirley Temples! Here--oh no, wait, I drank out of that one. Here.

(Reed hands Sarah a Shirley Temple. Cut to the two of them sitting down.)

Reed: Jonas said no more videos.

Sarah: What? Do you always do what you are told?

Reed: Depends on who's telling.

Sarah: What if I'm telling you?

(Reed and Sarah smile at each other. Reed spills his drink.)

Reed: Ooh.

(Sarah laughs hysterically.)

Reed: I just wet myself.

Sarah: I can see that. Let me help you.

Reed: So, um, thanks.

Sarah: Yeah.

Reed: So what were you talking about?

Sarah: Um...Being trapped in a vortex of pure nothingness.

Reed: What? A vortex of what?

Sarah: The Midwest.

Reed: Woah, baby! The midwest is not a vortex of any kind.

Sarah: What, are you calling me your baby?

Reed: The Midwest rules! We've got plenty of cool stuff.

Sarah: Like?

Reed: Like the Cubs. And, like, snow. and culture.

Sarah: And unpaved roads.

Reed: Roads. Where we're going we don't need any roads.

Sarah: Okay, Dr. Brown.

Reed: The midwest is my home. Don't knock it.

Sarah: Okay I won't knock it. Don't spill drinks on me.

Jonas: Hey guys! Let's move. You guys aren't still fighting are you?

Reed: What?

Jonas: Okay let's go find the car and, uh cut the bitching.

(Reed takes his disposable camera out, and snaps a picture of Sarah and the camera.)


  • The hand gesture Sarah makes at the beginning and the phrase "Captain's Log. Star date-" are references to Star Trek
  • The Shirley Temple is a non-alcoholic beverage named for the actress. It usually includes clear soda, grenadine, and a cherry.
  • Reed quotes the end of the movie "Back to the Future" saying: "Roads? Where we're going, we don't need any roads."