EXT. FOREST -DAY
Two trees stand next to each other. One is a tall, strong, dark-looking tree. The other is shorter and lighter. The tall tree calls itself "Xree", the shorter one is "Gree". Betcha didn't know trees had names, didja? Well, this is a very educational sketch. NOTE: all dialogue has been translated from Florish -- the ancient language of most plants. Luckily, there are no geraniums in the sketch because their dialect is indecipherable.
Suddenly, Xree spots a squirrel about to eat an acorn. Quickly, Xree lets loose a large, round seedpod. The pod ricochets off two rocks and beans the squirrel square in the head, making it drop the acorn.
The squirrel hobbles woozily away. Gree touches Xree's branches with her own, twining their leafy canopies.
They sit quietly in reflection for a moment, until a breeze stirs.
Xree caresses one of Gree's sturdy branches.
Xree does her best to comply, making several of Gree's buds bloom.
Their branches embrace again as we: