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Anti-Drug PSA, and Partnership for a Drug-Free America Commercial (1986)

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Plot / Description

This iconic anti-drug public service announcement show a father who found his kid's stash of marijuana. He asks him where he got it and where he learned to do it. The kid says he learned it by watching the dad.

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Dad: Is this yours? 
Son: No, I, um... 
Dad: Your mother said she found it in your closet. 
Son: I don't know. One of the guys must of... 
Dad: Must have what? 
Son: Look dad, it's not my... 
Dad: Where did you get it? 
Son: Dad... 
Dad: Answer me! Who taught you how to do this stuff? 
Son: You, alright! I learned it by watching you! 
Announcer: Parents who use drugs have children who use drugs.

Written Text

Partnership for a Drug-Free America