First panel gets its own row. Panels 2 and 3 shared a row, as do panels 4 and 5.
1 - Shot from above looking down. A pigeon, Shane, files above the sprawling cityscape of a burgeoning metropolis. Among the buildings below him, another pigeon, Carl, is visible standing on the edge of the rooftop.
SHANE (quietly) (1): Is that Carl?
SHANE (loudly) (2): Carl, is that you?!
2 - Shot from behind the pigeons, looking off the edge of the building. Shane lands behind Carl and looks towards him; Carl continues to look out over the city.
SHANE: It's been too long! How've you b--
CARL (interrupting): She's gone. She left me. And my will to live left with her.
3 - Still shot from behind. Shane has moved over to Carl and has placed a reassuring wing on his shoulder. Carl pulls away, angry and frustrated. This surprises Shane.
SHANE: Carl, you say that every tim--
CARL (interrupting): Well, maybe this time I'm serious! I'm done with this. I'm going to jump.
4 - Switch angles to look head-on at the birds. Shane has lowered his wing. He looks away uncomfortably. Carl continues to fume.
5 - Shane looks back at Carl and says what he has to say. Carl looks at his feet, pouting.
SHANE: You know we can fly, right?