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Saving Lucas Biggs
Updated: 2/28/2020
Saving Lucas Biggs
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Storyboard Text

  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • My name is Lucas Biggs
  • Victory Court
  • I am Margarets dad.
  • I am Charlie, Margarets friend.
  • I am Margaret.
  • Rising Action 1
  • Margaret is wondering how she can get her father out of prison when Grandpa Joshua suggests using her talent, time travel. Grandpa Joshua tells Margaret and Charlie why Judge Lucas Biggs is so mean. Joshua talks about when he was a kid and they were best friends until a few things happened, then his dad died and Lucas Biggs turned cold and never had anymore sympathy.
  • Rising Action 2
  • Judge Lucas Biggs sentences Margarets dad to death row because he spoke up about things that were hapening that shouldnt be happening at Victory Fuels.
  • Climax
  • Margaret goes back in time and meets Grandpa Joshua as a teenager and they team up to help save Lucas Biggs. Grandpa Joshua and Margaret get into Mr. Ratliff´s hunting lodge as servants for the night and and attempt to stop the murder of Mr. Ratliff
  • Resolution
  • I revoke your sentence because of evidence that has come to light.
  • Yea!
  • Before they escaped the scene, Grandpa Joshua grabbed Aristotle´s fountain pen and quilt square. Grandpa J. kept it with him after Margaret came back to the present
  • When Margaret returned, she and Charlie realized the message Aristotle was trying to give his son and tried to show that to Mr. Biggs but he never listened. Margaret wrote a letter to the local newspaper and it went viral. Lucas´s grandaughter saw it, came to Victory and with Charlie, Joshua and Margaret´s help, helped Judge Biggs to realize the message his father was trying to give him and it changed his heart and his mind.
  • Judge Biggs had a change of heart and revoked John O´Malleys court sentence thanks to the O´Malley quirk, time traveling. All of the Victory Fuels crimes have come to light and they will no longer be a company.
  • Victory Court
  • Thank you!
  • You´re welcome!
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