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Load Remote JavaScript with JQuery and Execute function

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I would like to load script from a remote resource.  I am using a combination of MVC and Web API.  What I am trying to do is use the $getScript function from jquery to dynamically load a small snippet of java script.  The java script itself is being rendered by an MVC Controller action that returns a partial view.  

The reason for this is I have dynamic data that is used from the model to create the script on the fly.  

My Controller:

 public ActionResult Pricing(string id)
            using (BI.Interfaces.IWidgetService widgetService = BI.Locators.ServiceLocator.GetWidgetService(Convert.ToInt32(id)))
                BI.DTO.PricingWidget result = widgetService.GetPricingWidget(Convert.ToInt32(id));
                return PartialView("_pricing", result);

The Model:

 public class PricingWidget
        public string Style;
        public string Endpoint;

The View:

@model PODISA.BI.DTO.PricingWidget
<script type="text/javascript">
    $(document).ready(function () {
        var style = ' @Html.Raw(@Model.Style)';
        $.getJSON('@Html.Raw(Model.Endpoint)' + $('#sku').text(),
          function (data) {
              $('#pricingTable').append('<div class="HeaderRow"/>');
              $('.HeaderRow').append('<div class="HeaderCol">Min</div>');
              $('.HeaderRow').append('<div class="HeaderCol">Max</div>');
              $('.HeaderRow').append('<div class="HeaderCol">Price</div>');

              var min = 1;
              var max;
              $.each(data.Pricing, function () {
                  $('#pricingTable').append('<div class="DataRow" id=qty_' + this.Quantity + '/>');
                  $('#qty_' + this.Quantity).append('<div class="DataCol">' + min + '</div>');
                  $('#qty_' + this.Quantity).append('<div class="DataCol">' + this.Quantity + '</div>');
                  $('#qty_' + this.Quantity).append('<div class="DataCol">' + this.Price + '</div>');
                  min = this.Quantity + 1;

From another application - I will load the script from this view:

   <div id="pricingTable"></div>
    <div id="sku">CDBNAT1</div>

 <script type="text/javascript">
    $(document).ready(function() {

The idea here is the remote script is injected.  On my test page I keep getting 'Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token <' - at line 1 of the remote script after it is loaded.  

This is driving me nuts.  I would appreciate any help.
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