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Lizzie Bennet - Ashley Clements -
Charlotte Lu - Julia Cho -
Mr. Ricky Collins - Maxwell Glick-

Executive Producer - Hank Green -
Executive Producer - Bernie Su -
Producer - Jenni Powell -
Co-Executive Producer - Margaret Dunlap -
Associate Producer - Rachel Kiley -
Director - Bernie Su -
Writer - Margaret Dunlap -
Cinematography - Jason Raswant
Assistant Director - Stuart Davis -
Editor - Sam Mollo
Transmedia Producer - Jay Bushman -
Transmedia Editor - Alexandra Edwards -
Production Designer - Katie Moest -
Makeup - Stefania Koszti
Assistant Camera - Kathryn Begle
Production Assistant - Cody Bonsignore
Intro Music and Graphics - Michael Aranda -
Lizzie: Hey, everybody! Look! It's a new room. And it's not even a bedroom, but an office. I don't know how we'll stand the excitement. But, that's not even the best part. What's the best part, you ask? Well... My name is Lizzie Bennet -

Charlotte: And my name is Charlotte Lu -

Lizzie: And this is the Lizzie Bennet Diaries.

Lizzie/Charlotte: [sing intro music]

[intro slate]

Lizzie: Specifically, it's the Lizzie Bennet Diaries at Collins and Collins, with Charlotte Lu. Okay, that's a mouthful.

Charlotte: Don't worry about it. It's not the Lizzie and Charlotte Diaries.

Lizzie: Are you sure? Because I'm still open to changing the name.

Charlotte: That's really sweet of you, but I think we both overreacted a bit, and, well, we talked about it.

Lizzie: That we did. And we are good. We're good, right?

Charlotte: We are good.

Lizzie: I don't ever want you to feel like you're working for me. Assuming that you want to help with the editing again?

Charlotte: Well, I do have full-time responsibilities now, but I am happy to help if you want me to.

Lizzie: I definitely do! When you have time.

Charlotte: Then, I promise I will continue to draw devil horns on your face, and leave in all the weird bits you wish I would cut.

Lizzie: Deal!

Charlotte: I missed all you Bennets. How are your sisters?

Lizzie: Well, Lydia's gone back to school, and Jane just sent me a care package.

Charlotte:  Already? You've been here a day.

Lizzie: It's Jane.

Charlotte: Hi, Lizzie. It's so good to write you! Has she seen Bing yet?

Lizzie: No, but, she's only been in L.A. a week. She'll see him soon enough.

Charlotte: Well, let's talk about something else.

Lizzie: Why? Is this not interesting enough? Should we be in tears? Or throwing squash at each other like they do in Game of Gourds? Sorry, is that okay? Should I not be making fun of your programming while I'm shooting in your offices?

Charlotte: Collins and Collins has a very progressive policy on employee speech on the internet. And, you aren't even an employee. We just have one rule: No spoilers.

Lizzie: Wow. I would not have expected that from Ricky.

Charlotte: He signed off on it himself.

Lizzie: And, who wrote that policy, bestie of mine?

Charlotte: I believe it was Jenkins in Legal...

Lizzie: And, who told Jenkins? You're just not going to tell, are you?

Charlotte: We're all a team here at Collins and Collins.

Mr. Collins: Indeed, we are!

Lizzie: Of course.

Mr. Collins: My apologies, Ms. Bennet, I'd momentarily assumed you were having a private conversation with Ms. Lu, but then I realized that couldn't be the case since you are speaking to your internet-connected brethren! 

Lizzie: I... Uh... Never mind. Thank you again for letting me shoot here.

Mr. Collins: Oh, not at all. I think you'll find our facilities excellent for all your production needs.

Lizzie: Oh, I don't really need much.

Mr. Collins: And, I'm sure Ms. Lu enjoys the creative outlet as well.

Charlotte: It's true. I really missed working on these.

Mr. Collins: Maybe you should consider extending your stay. As you can see, it is a high privilege for anyone to be working in these fine offices.

Lizzie: Um, that is very generous of you, R... Mr. Collins, but I don't want to be a distraction.

Mr. Collins: Oh, to the contrary! I was just dining with my VC, Catherine de Bourgh. She is a towering figure... Did I mention her education... Perhaps she will extend to you an invitation to dine with her during your visit.

Lizzie: Oh! That's not necessary.

Mr. Collins: Oh, the opportunity to meet her would be an honor for a young woman such as yourself. Uh... Ms. Lu has certainly found her both entertaining and enlightening.

Charlotte: Absolutely.

Mr. Collins: But, as I was explaining, Ms. de Bourgh was informing me of the benefits of having an eighty-twenty policy withing the workplace... She found it energizes creativity and magnifies company morale. Oh! At our next meeting, we should discuss...

Charlotte: Already on the agenda.

Mr. Collins: Of course! Ms. Lu's level of forethought is only exceeded by the great Catherine de Bourgh! Which reminds me, I must leave to prepare for our next brainstorming session! Ms. Bennet, Ms. Lu.

Lizzie: Sounds like Catherine de Bourgh has a lot of ideas.

Charlotte: Hundreds.

Lizzie: Think I'm going to net one of those sacred dinner invitations?

Charlotte: Are you feeling lucky?

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