“Syndrome” :60 (Open on a group of women sitting at an outdoor café) Woman: We really need to find a new place for breakfast. Friend: The Breakfast Club. A 1985 cult classic. (Cut to a father and his son in an electronics store) Father: So, do we want LCD or plasma? Son: Plasma is an ionized gas. (Cut to a couple of young guys in an airport) Guy 1: Next time we gotta find cheaper tickets. Guy 2: Cheapskate, cheap thrills. (Cut to an older woman at a hospital waiting room) Old Woman: I’m having this back pain. Admitting Nurse: Back packing, back to school... (Cut back to the woman in the café) Woman: Seriously, we need a new place to eat. Friend: Eat lead, eat my dust. Man eating shark! (Cut to a business exec who’s hailing a cab) Exec: Wolf spiders eat their young (Cut back to the mall electronics store) Father: No, I need a flat-screen plasma TV. Cut to security guards talking via walkie-talkie) Guards: Flat-screen, Silk screen, Flat bread (Cut back to the airport. SOS is spreading) Other Travelers: Concert tickets, Theater tickets... Guy 1 (backing away): I meant plane tickets! Ticket Agent on PA: I’ve got two tickets to paradise, won’t you pack your bags we’ll leave tonight! Waiting passengers: Bird of paradise Chak chak chak (Cut back to the woman in the hospital) Woman: What’s causing my back pain? (Cut to the nurse paging the O.R.) Nurse (on the phone): Bring the pain! Mixed martial arts this Sunday! (Cut to the O.R. full of surgeons working on someone) Surgeons: Sunday! Nurse: Funday! (Cut to wide shots of chaos in all the previous scenes) Title Card: What has search overload done to us? (Cut to Icon) (VO): Find the cure at Bing.com. It’s not just a search engine; it’s the first ever decision engine, from Microsoft.