Query: A Guide to Fine DiningBy Slim FairviewBy Bob AskenScreenplay: Comedy/CaperTHE PITCH:The great and wonderful Chef Aurique wants to open his own restaurant and he has a plan. Hewill pretend to open his own restaurant where he will launch a new and exciting cuisine hopingto attract the attention of Monsieur Patronat, owner of Chez Palace,, assuming Mons. Patronatwill hire him as a chef, thus attracting backers for him to open his own restaurant. He faces onlytwo small obstacles. He has no money, and, he can’t actually cook.However, Aurie, as his girlfriend calls him, does have two friends: Rammy, who owns the holein the wall Schnitzel Haus in the village, and Ali, who has no visible means of support but doeshave a sunny and optimistic disposition, to help him.Through a series of various and temporary Chef jobs which he loses for various reason—onebeing that he overcooked the Sushi at a Sushi Restaurant—and a few scams, which includeposing as a Health Inspector, a Waiter, and a Gourmand, he nearly achieves his dream.Now, if you have “The Boys” you must have, “The Girls”.Patty, Aurie’s girlfriend, loves Aurie the way Daisy loves Onslow.Ali’s girlfriend, Gia, is a Wall Street financial consultant.Lesje, Rammy’s girlfriend, is a lawyer.Aside from Patty, the girls wonder if their boyfriends will ever grown up.