A DAY WITHOUT A MEXICAN -- ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY
[Newsperson] Call them Hispanics.
[Meter maid] Cubans, Columbians, Bolivians, Argentinians, they're all Mexicans, right?
[Newsperson] Not really.
[Meter maid] All south of the border, right?
There are 40 countries south of the border.
[Newsperson] Did you hear they all disappeared?
[Meter Maid] They're all gone? From California? God, I think it's great! Less traffic. Works for me.
[Mary Jo Quintana, 1st Grade Teacher] Principal Harris called me and asked me to rush to school. Over half of my colleagues didn't show up to work today, and as you can see, the kids are totally out of control.
20% of California K-12 teachers are Hispanic.
[Mary] Excuse me. Sharon, come here.
[Mary] This is my sister, Sharon. She's helping me out with Lucy today. Her daycare was canceled.
[Sharon] Honey, you must feel awful. But we both know where they are.
[Mary] Sharon, Sharon.
[Sharon] It's the Rapture. With the trumpet blast, and in the twinkle of an eye, he said that I will take my most faithful. It's the beginning of the Apocalypse. Seven years of tribulations. There is nothing we can do now.
[Mary] I don't believe in that. I believe my husband and my son are going to call me back any minute.
[Mary] I do!
[Sharon] Mary Jo.
[Mary] Kevin! Stop that! Get over here! Excuse me.