So you are probably thinking "Day 1?" . This series will be set up in a Month-Day format. So this season (7-11-2012 through 5-11-2013 [assuming the earth isn't destroyed]) will be all of month one. There will be about 20 episodes to cover 31 (or 30) days. So about 2 episodes a month. Maybe more, maybe less. We shall see.
James' eyes flickered open. He glanced around.
"Where am I?" he thought.
The plane had been hit by something, he remembered.
It had ripped apart, flinging him from the body of the plane.
He remembered watching the front of the plane spiral down, as he himself fell.
Then, he couldn't remember anything else.
"I must have blacked out," he thought.
Then he saw some of the wreckage. It must have been the part right behind the wing.
Being a doctor, he knew at least a few people would need his help.
He ran over to a small chunk of the plane. Someone was trapped under it.
He moved it aside.
"You okay?" he said. He noticed he could barely hear his voice, even though he was speaking at a normal tone.
"Yeah, I'll be alright," said the man.
James again noticed that the man's voice was muffled. He also noticed he was a police man, a rare thing on international flights.
"Help!" Shouted another man on the beach.
Just next to the man was a man in an orange jump suit and hand cuffs. Obviously, this was the man the police was escorting.
What James saw then was horrifying; an arm lay, separated from its body, on the ground.
A man lay trapped under part of the plane.
James rushed to the man under the plane seats, and quickly moved them.
"Your leg is dislocated. I need to put it back in place," he said, "It's gonna hurt like... It's gonna hurt."
"On three. One... Two..."
"AHHHHHHHHH! Ah! Ah! Uh."
James helped the man up.
"Where did you learn to count, man?" the man asked.
James didn't answer. Doing it on 2 had given the man less time to anticipate or resist it.
James dropped to his hands and knees. He grunted. His head throbbed, and he still couldn't hear much.
"I would normally tell someone to rest, if they had these symptoms," he thought to himself, "But I must go on."
"Jump!" James shouted up. "You need to jump this way, quick!"
"But it's too shallow that way!" the man shouted.
Luckily, it was loud enough so that James could hear.
"It doesn't matter, you have to jump THIS way!"
"The other way is more shallow!" The man shouted.
"I'm going this way!"
"NO! It will set it off balance!"
Just as he said that, the part of the plane began to tip.
James waited for a little, but he already knew the man was dead, crushed.
He had to keep his mind off of it, help someone else.
He glanced at the arm, then the body. It made him sick.
Meanwhile, the cop was trying to help the man that was stuck.
"We need some help over here!"
"What can I do?" James asked, running to help.
"His legs are stuck. We need a leaver of some sort!"
James quickly ran over to the girl near them.
"We need your help. Try and find something long and skinny, but strong!" he said to her.
"We need something to set the leaver on," he said as he ran back.
As soon as he had found something to set the leaver on, the girl was back.
"One... Two... Three!"
The cop tried to pull the man out but wasn't successful.
Getting the girl to help, they tried again.
This time, he managed to pull the man out.
Caleb woke amongst some flowers and plants; peaceful really.
He rubbed his temple. He had a headache, but that was something he could live with.
He found another man near him- he looked fine, most likely only minor injuries.
It was strange how peaceful it was, despite the fact that just a few dozen yards away, two men had just died, and at least two where seriously injured.
"At least we have a water source," Caleb thought.
"You okay?" he asked the man.
"Yeah, I'll be alright."
Caleb quickly ran to the main wreckage.
He was looking for someone. Someone that he would not let get away.
Someone he had been ordered to escort.
As soon as the man in the jump suit saw him, he ran.
"Erh. My head hurts."
"Man... something hit our plane hard. What the heck was it?"
Sadly, not that big of a cliff hanger, but I had to keep the series realistic, so no "Wow, there goes a fricking dinosaur!" or "That man is flying!"
I'm keeping this one more realistic.
Please tell me what you think, look out of the next episode around the end of July or early August.
Nice job on this, the story is [twists the hands of a Minifig back and forth] so, so, but I'm sure that is because it is just the beginning (I agree, dinosaurs would be stupid and over done). The sets are amazingly well built, I love the way you made all the water the best. Great job!
Some excellent shots there at the beginning, especially the one inside the cabin! I'd say you've gotten better at the writing, too. Maybe just flesh out a few more of the descriptions: "Yeah, I'll be alright," said the man, still dazed from the crash. Little stuff like that, adding a little emotion to the characters. But in other places you've done a good job with that. Nice work, Dude!