Til the Boys Come Home Pg 4


WILL (Sighs and stands up) Alright, alright.


CHRISTINE (Smiles sweetly at WILL and then turns to MEGHAN) What a rat that Jimmy is. Two-timin' poor Mary.


MEGHAN Look who’s talking. You went out with him.


CHRISTINE Please don’t remind me…You didn’t tell her did ya? I’d just die if she found out.


MEGHAN No, don’t worry. Your secret's safe with me.


CHRISTINE Did ya ever, y’know, fool around?


MEGHAN Me? No! Gosh Chris. How could you say such a thing? I love Will. I would never even…What are you looking at?


CHRISTINE (Looking at JOE) Him….That boy over there. I’ve seen him before.


MEGHAN Yeah…from school. I think; I never talked to him. He kept to himself. I think he’s kinda shy.


CHRISTINE Yeah, well, I like shy…I think I might like to meet you. (CHRISTINE and MEGHAN Mime their conversation)


ALEX (Walking downstage exasperated) Can’t you get it through that thick skull of yours? I ain’t that kinda girl. Not no more. I’ve changed.


JIMMY (Following her) No, you ain’t. A leopard can’t change its spots. You wait n see. You’ll come crawlin' back to me.


ALEX Please, spare me the charm. If you don’t mind, I got work to do. (ALEX sees JOE and takes order to PETE who turns away to fill the order. ALEX takes the last piece of cherry pie from under glass and grabs the coffee pot.)


(JIMMY accidentally walks into WILL who is coming back with the glass of water for Christine. Will spills his glass of water on JIMMY.)


JIMMY Why don’t you watch where you’re goin'?


Continued


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