|Date Posted||October 19th, 2006|
|Description|| I tried calling his cell phone and talking to his parents but I don't know where he is and I'm really worried.|
|Location(s)|| Bree's bedroom|
|YouTube Tags||LG15 lonelygirl15 daniel danielbeast worried parents missing sad purple monkey dance boogie|
|Executive Producer(s)|| Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, and Greg Goodfried|
|Producer(s)|| Amanda Goodfried|
|Director(s)|| Mesh Flinders|
|Vidplay|| Mesh Flinders|
|Story|| Miles Beckett, Mesh Flinders, Greg Goodfried, and Amanda Goodfried|
|Editor(s)|| Kevin Schlanser and Miles Beckett|
|Music|| Juan Manuel Fangio by Daniele Torelli|
|Bree||Jessica Lee Rose|
|Previous||"Daniel, Be Careful..."|
|Next|| "I'm Hiding Out"|
|Next by Bree|| "I Lied To Daniel"|
|Directly before||"Nut Kills Man"|
Where’s Daniel? is the fifty-fourth video in the lonelygirl15 video series. This video is correctly called "Where’s Daniel?", with a punctuation apostrophe (right single quotation mark) instead of a typewriter apostrophe - it resides here for easier accessibility.
(Bree is lying on her bed with covers wrapped around her)
Bree: Okay, Daniel, so assuming that you're watching this...I don't know where you are. I tried calling your cell phone several times yesterday and you didn't pick up. I called your house and your parents said that you went away with some friends. I know that you're probably upset with me right now but I'm worried about you. I need to talk to you. I just don't understand how things went this far. Why couldn't you have just listened to me? (Bree adjusts the camera) If you had just listened to me and just stopped making your videos when I first told you to then none of this would have happened. I don't even know where you are right now.
(fast forward musical montage segment in which Bree and Purple Monkey examine a map of the United States laid out on Bree's bed, the phrase "Where in the world is Daniel?" displayed at the bottom of the screen)
Bree: It's just not the same anymore.
- Bree is again wearing nail polish which is unusual for her.