Title page. Title page. Title page. Title page. Titles. Ayal Pinkus, TITLE said.Based on a play by F. Scott Fitzgerald, TITLE said.What happened before Ayal Pinkus, TITLE said.Based on a play by F. Scott Fitzgerald, TITLE said.Establishing shot of a Victorian style house. Establishing shot of a Victorian style house. Julie is bathing herself in a small clawfoot bath. She is humming. Above her is an opened window. People who look through the window can't see her bathing. The room looks like a regular room with wooden floor, not like our modern bath rooms. Julie is bathing herself in a small clawfoot bath. She is humming. Above her is an opened window. People who look through the window can't see her bathing. The room looks like a regular room with wooden floor, not like our modern bath rooms. Close-up on Julie who is humming. Close-up on Julie who is humming. The door to the bathroom is half open Lois is walking in. The door to the bathroom is half open Lois is walking in. Lois has walked in. She is standing at the doorway carrying clean clothes and a towel. Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know you were in here., LOIS said.Lois has walked in. She is standing at the doorway carrying clean clothes and a towel. Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't know you were in here., LOIS said.Lois is standing at the doorway looking at Julie who is taking a bath. Julie doesn't seem to be in a hurry, and Lois seems to be getting nervous and apprehensive. She realizes she's at her sister's mercy. Will you please come out of the bath? I have a date., LOIS said.A date?, JULIE said.Lois is standing at the doorway looking at Julie who is taking a bath. Julie doesn't seem to be in a hurry, and Lois seems to be getting nervous and apprehensive. She realizes she's at her sister's mercy. Will you please come out of the bath? I have a date., LOIS said.A date?, JULIE said. Well... he isn't coming in. He'll call for me., LOIS said.Ah, the plot thickens. It's that Mr. Calkins mother disapproves of., JULIE said. Well... he isn't coming in. He'll call for me., LOIS said.Ah, the plot thickens. It's that Mr. Calkins mother disapproves of., JULIE said. She detests him because he's just got a divorce., LOIS said.So that's why I noticed all these weighty books around the house lately., JULIE said.He lends them to me, and, well, you gotta play his game. Will you please come out of the bath?, LOIS said.Do you remember that one cold day last January when you used up all the hot water?, JULIE said.So you won't come out then?, LOIS said. She detests him because he's just got a divorce., LOIS said.So that's why I noticed all these weighty books around the house lately., JULIE said.He lends them to me, and, well, you gotta play his game. Will you please come out of the bath?, LOIS said.Do you remember that one cold day last January when you used up all the hot water?, JULIE said.So you won't come out then?, LOIS said.Julie is taking her time washing herself gracefully. After the water turns cold and I refill it with warm., JULIE said.Julie is taking her time washing herself gracefully. After the water turns cold and I refill it with warm., JULIE said. When I come back -, LOIS said.Please leave the towel., JULIE said.What? This towel? Why... you don't even have a kimono! How did you get here?, LOIS said.I whisked here, naked, down the stairs, and -, JULIE said. When I come back -, LOIS said.Please leave the towel., JULIE said.What? This towel? Why... you don't even have a kimono! How did you get here?, LOIS said.I whisked here, naked, down the stairs, and -, JULIE said. Have you no pride? No self respect?, LOIS said.Lots of both. I look really cute in my natural state., JULIE said.So what if there had been guests in the house?, LOIS said.There never have been, yet., JULIE said.Yet! How long have you - well, I hope you get caught., LOIS said.Please leave the towel., JULIE said.You can roll on the floor like an animal., LOIS said. Have you no pride? No self respect?, LOIS said.Lots of both. I look really cute in my natural state., JULIE said.So what if there had been guests in the house?, LOIS said.There never have been, yet., JULIE said.Yet! How long have you - well, I hope you get caught., LOIS said.Please leave the towel., JULIE said.You can roll on the floor like an animal., LOIS said.Julie's hand splatters water from the tap. Get out!, JULIE said.Julie's hand splatters water from the tap. Get out!, JULIE said.Lois has pulled the door so that it protects her from the splash of water Julie had directed toward her. She's clearly angry and leaving. Lois has pulled the door so that it protects her from the splash of water Julie had directed toward her. She's clearly angry and leaving. Julie is laughing out loud. Julie is laughing out loud. Julie humming as she's bathing. Julie humming as she's bathing. Mr. Calkins stands at the window, looking in. From his point of view, the room looks like a regular room. He can't see Julie in the bath. Hello?, Mr. Calkins (a voice coming through the window) said.Mr. Calkins stands at the window, looking in. From his point of view, the room looks like a regular room. He can't see Julie in the bath. Hello?, Mr. Calkins (a voice coming through the window) said.Julie lets out a shriek as the male voice that came through the window catches her by surprise. Eeek!, JULIE said.Julie lets out a shriek as the male voice that came through the window catches her by surprise. Eeek!, JULIE said.Mr. Calkins speaking. Don't be startled, it's me! Shall we go out?, MR. CALKINS said.Or do you still believe everybody will gossip?, MR. CALKINS said.Mr. Calkins speaking. Don't be startled, it's me! Shall we go out?, MR. CALKINS said.Or do you still believe everybody will gossip?, MR. CALKINS said. Gossip? It'd be a regular scandal!, JULIE said.Now now. Your family may disapprove of me, but no one else really cares., MR. CALKINS said.You don't know what you ask., JULIE said.Are you house-cleaning? I see all the pictures are off the walls., MR. CALKINS said. Gossip? It'd be a regular scandal!, JULIE said.Now now. Your family may disapprove of me, but no one else really cares., MR. CALKINS said.You don't know what you ask., JULIE said.Are you house-cleaning? I see all the pictures are off the walls., MR. CALKINS said. We never have pictures in this room., JULIE said.Really? I never heard of a room without any pictures., MR. CALKINS said.There's not even any furniture in here., JULIE said.What a strange house!, MR. CALKINS said. We never have pictures in this room., JULIE said.Really? I never heard of a room without any pictures., MR. CALKINS said.There's not even any furniture in here., JULIE said.What a strange house!, MR. CALKINS said. It depends on the angle you see it from., JULIE said.It's quite nice to talk to you like this. So glad I can't see you..., MR. CALKINS said.So am I., JULIE said.What color are you wearing?, MR. CALKINS said. It depends on the angle you see it from., JULIE said.It's quite nice to talk to you like this. So glad I can't see you..., MR. CALKINS said.So am I., JULIE said.What color are you wearing?, MR. CALKINS said.Julie is looking at her body. Well, I guess it's a sort of pinkish white., JULIE said.Julie is looking at her body. Well, I guess it's a sort of pinkish white., JULIE said. Does it look good on you?, MR. CALKINS said.Very. It's old. I've had it for a long time., JULIE said.I thought you hated old clothes., MR. CALKINS said.I do, but this was a birthday present and I sort of have to wear it., JULIE said.Pinkish white. Well, I bet it looks divine on you. Is it in style?, MR. CALKINS said. Does it look good on you?, MR. CALKINS said.Very. It's old. I've had it for a long time., JULIE said.I thought you hated old clothes., MR. CALKINS said.I do, but this was a birthday present and I sort of have to wear it., JULIE said.Pinkish white. Well, I bet it looks divine on you. Is it in style?, MR. CALKINS said. Quite, it's a very simple, standard model., JULIE said.What a voice you have! Sometimes, when I close my eyes ... I see you on a far desert island... You are calling for me ... and I plunge toward you in the surf ... Water stretches on both sides of you -, MR. CALKINS said.You're, eh... you're very poetic, aren't you?, JULIE said.No, I do prose. Did you read the books I brought you?, MR. CALKINS said.I'm reading Ivanhoe at the moment., JULIE said.Oh. I thought you ... you are certainly hard to keep up with. If I didn't understand you so well -, MR. CALKINS said. Quite, it's a very simple, standard model., JULIE said.What a voice you have! Sometimes, when I close my eyes ... I see you on a far desert island... You are calling for me ... and I plunge toward you in the surf ... Water stretches on both sides of you -, MR. CALKINS said.You're, eh... you're very poetic, aren't you?, JULIE said.No, I do prose. Did you read the books I brought you?, MR. CALKINS said.I'm reading Ivanhoe at the moment., JULIE said.Oh. I thought you ... you are certainly hard to keep up with. If I didn't understand you so well -, MR. CALKINS said. Oh, you're one of these amateur character readers, are you? Size people up in five minutes. I hate that sort of thing., JULIE said.Oh, Lois, I'm not sizing you up. You're mysterious, beautiful, intelligent, and virtuous. Oh how I love you... Lois, oh, how I wish I could see you... Please come to the window..., MR. CALKINS said. Oh, you're one of these amateur character readers, are you? Size people up in five minutes. I hate that sort of thing., JULIE said.Oh, Lois, I'm not sizing you up. You're mysterious, beautiful, intelligent, and virtuous. Oh how I love you... Lois, oh, how I wish I could see you... Please come to the window..., MR. CALKINS said.Lois has walked back into the bathroom. Lois has walked back into the bathroom. Mr. Calkins is peeking into the room and he has a surprised look on his face. I thought you said you were wearing pink?, Mr. Calkins said.Mr. Calkins is peeking into the room and he has a surprised look on his face. I thought you said you were wearing pink?, Mr. Calkins said.Lois faints, dropping her clean clothes and towel. Lois faints, dropping her clean clothes and towel. The window, but now with Mr. Calkins missing. She fainted! I'll be right in., Mr. Calkins (off-panel) said.The window, but now with Mr. Calkins missing. She fainted! I'll be right in., Mr. Calkins (off-panel) said.Julie reaches for the towel her sister dropped. In that case, I'll be right out., JULIE said.Julie reaches for the towel her sister dropped. In that case, I'll be right out., JULIE said.What happened before Thank you for reading!, TITLE said.Please visit ayalpinkus.nl to read other stories., TITLE said.What happened before Thank you for reading!, TITLE said.ayalpinkus.nl, TITLE said.

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