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-- First Seen: 2010-04-29
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Sajjan is setting Robyn back down, their expressions and postures indicating their relationship is 'just friends' and not romantic. In the background, we can see a few of the other inmates looking on with interest.
Robyn: Tell me, Sajjan, my 'Geeky Sikh' and sometimes partner-in-crime, what brings you to the Lunar Kiddie Slammer?
Sajjan: Well, it's sort of a funny story.
Two-shot of Robyn and Sajjan, beginning to walk together..
Sajjan: Back home in Singapore, my sisters and I took the aerial tram from Mount Faber to the Sentosa Island amusement park.
A 1-year-younger Sajjan and his two sisters, hanging around the Muscal Fountain at the park, watching the waterworks and eating ice cream. These kids are Sikhs, and the girls wear modest clothing and head scarves.
Caption (Sajjan): 'We were enjoying the Musical Fountain, eating ice cream and doing some people watching.'
Reverse angle: Sajjan is looking over his shoulder at a group of six Chinese youths (ages 14-15), who are jeering and making rude gestures at the Sikh kids.
Caption (Sajjan): 'Then this bunch of young Chinese toughs came by and started harassing my sisters.'