The trigger of the whole action; 55-year old male; an uncle to us all although no-one really knows the actual genealogy behind; he was uncle since he was here which seems like eternity
The MC; 23-year old paleontologist, currently unemployed, spending time watching reality TV shows, and earning money as a DJ in local clubs in the weekends; romantic at heart but no-one knows that as it's a secret well-kept
The mistress of bias and prejudice; 36-year old accountant in one of the banks, working in the City; single and very independent; desperately looking for love, but no-one knows, this is her secret
The honest one; 45-year old accountant; desperately in love with Susan, who is obviously oblivious to that fact; hiding his emotions as best as he can (and he's really good at it!)
78-year old lady, the oldest one, not necessarily the wisest one in the family; pretending she is always tired, but when no-one is looking - hiking mountains vigorously; this is her secret...
Let's go! Let's move on, people! No time to waste! Make haste, make haste!
(in hushed voice)
Who is he, some kind of MC?!
Shhh, he's trying, stop being so judgmental. Besides, no-one else volunteered to do this.
Probably because there was no vacancy in place in the first place...
Would you stop! He's genuinely emotionally attached to us, and really doing his best, and you're just, you're just... so narrow-minded sometimes, it's actually scary!
Shhh, he's trying, stop shouting.
Let's move on, people, let's move on, let's just go! Uncle Jerome has been drinking heavily for the past 2 hours. We have no time to spare. Any minute now, he will start his long twisted storytelling thing.
We all now how boring it can be.
And we all know how we would all love to have not one, not even two, but several umbrellas with us whenever he starts talking, spitting not only words out...
He's actually getting better at this!
You see the hills? We're not so far away, aunt Yasmina, hold my hand, it won't be long before we're all safe. There! Let's go!
(briefs heavily, checking whether all notice how tired she is; not saying a word)
(They all slowly go up.)