Write a chilling and horrifying short television screenplay about a girl named Bobbie, her first period, and demon as a Christian themed morality tale about sex in the style of the Bible.
The story should be set in a small town where everyone knows each other’s business, and it should be based on the idea that Bobbie is an innocent young girl who has never experienced anything like this before. She is also a devout Christian who believes that having sex before marriage is a sin.
The episode should start with Bobbie waking up to find blood stains on her sheets. She is confused and scared because she doesn’t know what is happening to her. Her mother, who is also a Christian, takes her to the doctor, who confirms that Bobbie has started her menstrual cycle.
Bobbie is embarrassed and ashamed because she feels that she has done something wrong. She confides in her best friend, who tells her that it is completely normal and that she shouldn’t feel guilty. However, Bobbie’s religious beliefs are deeply ingrained in her psyche, and she can’t shake the feeling that she has sinned.
As the days go by, strange things begin to happen in the town. People report seeing a dark figure lurking in the shadows, and there are rumors of a demon haunting the town. Bobbie becomes convinced that the demon is after her because of her "sin." She starts to see the demon everywhere she goes, and she becomes increasingly paranoid.
One night, while she is walking home from a church meeting, the demon appears to her in person. It tells her that she is damned for her sins and that she will never be forgiven. Bobbie is terrified and begs the demon to leave her alone. It continues to torment her, following her wherever she goes.
Finally, Bobbie reaches a breaking point. She realizes that her religious beliefs have been holding her back and that she needs to let go of her guilt if she wants to move forward. She prays to God for help, and suddenly the demon disappears. From that day on, Bobbie is able to live her life without fear or shame.
The episode ends with Bobbie standing in front of the church, smiling and at peace. She knows that she has overcome her fear and that she is ready to embrace the future.