I don't actually see anything odd there; I'm not familar with script
, but it looks to me that the first half of the line is script's explanation of who did what, and where (what user, what hostname, what directory they were acting on, with "unreadable" characters representing the "line number" and additional information such as the fact that your prompt apparently is colorized), and then what comes after the dot is the actual output.
Whoever is supposed to be reading this output shouldn't have any issues with it; I didn't and I only glanced at man script
Any who are more familar with the standard output of the script
command are free to contradict me, of course