Meg and Tim want to have a baby. So do Jen and Bill. They've given up sushi, alcohol, soft cheese and wine. They're good people, they'll be good parents right? And they're all such good good friends. They deserve this. Right? A black comedy about infertility and infidelity and how it feels when you seem to be failing the human race. How much will you sacrifice to get what you want?

  • black comedy, drama
  • 70
  • 4 total
  • 2 female identifying, 2 male identifying
  • gender, women
  • 18+
  • adult
  • Australian Script Centre


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Female | 30s | 3 to 5 minutes
Starts on page 29

EXTRACT: Some nights, waiting for Tim. I think of Lizzie couriering other people’s sperm in her thighs and the day she did brake too hard And her Ford laser skidding across the wet road. And her blonde head smashing against the windscreen

Adult themes


Female | 40s | 3 to 5 minutes
Starts on page 39

EXTRACT: OK Fertility Bitch. I am the Scheduling Queen. All in this department bow down to the power of my BlackBerry. There is no function too large, no event too fabulous, no supermodel, celebrity chef, or fatwa encrusted writer too big, too precious or too talented that I can’t personally deal with them…but I cannot schedule my uterus

Adult language, Adult themes

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