Homicide: Scripts on the Street
This is a page where you'll find scripts and transcripts for episodes of Homicide: Life on the Street.
Bits & Pieces
Homicide: Life Everlasting transcript (Partial transcript. A collaborative effort with scenes transcribed by BPSprtFan, Jessica, Teri V., and Kayleigh)
"Black and Blue" (some scenes from a script transcribed by Laurel. Most or all of them didn't make it on the air)
Call For Help
We need your help! Do you own a script for the show? If you do, we'd love it if you could scan it in or type it in and submit it. Or pass it or a copy of it on to somebody who could (or to me and I'll get it online somehow). Have a favorite episode on tape? Would you be willing to transcribe it? Cool. Or if you have the right videocard in your computer, you might be able to capture closed-captioning information which would go a long way to getting a good transcription (and save a lot of typing).
Now, before you run off and start typing, scanning, whatever . . . please check in. We don't want to duplicate efforts, no sense having two different fans type up the same episode. So send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know which episode you plan to do (or already have done). Thanks!
If you don't see a script or transcript here, I don't have it. So if you thought you sent me something ages ago, either I didn't receive it or it got lost-- please try emailing me again. I've removed the list of volunteers from ages ago because I haven't heard from anyone in, um, ages. If you're still working on something, let me know. And if you gave up on a project, I'd be happy to post partial scripts/transcripts.
If you do work on a script, I'll happily take them as text files and/or in HTML. Send any questions to the email address listed above.
Need a list of episodes to help you decide which one you'd like to transcribe? Check out Dennis Kytasaari's Episode Guide.
Find any (and all) online Homicide information at Homicide: Links on the Sites.
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This page last updated on February 26, 2003 by Laurel Krahn.
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