Seriously guys? You are using the word script wrong. Let me help you.
1. A provisional certificate of money subscribed to a bank or company, entitling the holder to a formal certificate and dividends.
2. A small bag or pouch, typically one carried by a pilgrim, shepherd, or beggar.
1. Handwriting as distinct from print; written characters: "her neat, tidy script".
2. A doctor's prescription.
Write a script for (a play, movie, or broadcast).
handwriting - writing - manuscript - scenario
Now think about the hundreds of times you have used the word incorrectly. Also think about how cool it would be if amateurs got scrip in the form of a small bag or pouch. I have one more definition for you, and this one pertains to your topic.
A person who engages in a pursuit, esp. a sport, on an unpaid basis.
Engaging or engaged in without payment; nonprofessional.
dilettante - dabbler - lover - fancier
amateurish - dilettante
BTW, there are 140 threads on this site that that also use the word incorrectly.