Soap Opera "As The Mouse Moves" - Friday November 2nd 2001
"Hi Starlene, you're home early," Tiffany said. She watched her young sister throw her coat on a chair and walk into the living room of their apartment overlooking Washington Square Park..
"Yeah, I wanted to get home early tonight and get some sleep," Starlene said taking a seat on the sofa beside Tiffany.
"Really. I thought you would have stayed over at Stanley's tonight."
"No. He said he was going to a meeting with one of his business associates, so I came on home. What did you think of that girl?" Starlene asked in her southern accent referring to Nicole the young girl that Stanley had hired and they had met earlier tonight at the restaurant.
"I don't know. It's kind of hard to say yet," Tiffany said thinking seriously about the dark haired young girl.
"I don't like her," Starlene said.
"I didn't really like her much either. Seems strange that Stanley would hire someone without any work experience," Tiffany finally admitted.
"Yeah. I'm suspicious of that myself," Starlene said yawning.
"I wonder what Amir will think of her," Tiffany said.
"Are you worried about her working in the office with him?"
"I haven't thought about it too much, besides I think she's working with Stanley more than Amir."
"Did you hear that remark Jan made about Stanley interviewing her and using his sofa like a 'casting couch?'" Starlene asked referring to Stanley's daughter Jan's visit to her Father's office while he was interviewing Nicole.
"Yeah. That was really mean. Jan probably just made it up don't you think?"
"Yeah. I don't think Stanley would make a pass at her. She's too young anyway," Starlene said.
"Starlene she's your age."
"Yeah, but she doesn't appeal to him like I do," Starlene said.
"You certainly are sure of yourself all of a sudden," Tiffany said remembering how suspicious Starlene had been at the luncheon today.
"We had a good talk while we were in his limo tonight."
"What did he say that made you feel so much better?"
"He told me for the first time that he loved me."
"Yeah," she said smiling brightly.
"Gee, then something good has come of this already."
"Yeah. I think everything will be better for us now."
"You're taking this so much better than I ever imagined you would. I thought you'd be jealous of Nicole."
"No. I don't think I have anything to worry about with him," Starlene said getting up from the sofa and walking down the hallway towards her bedroom.
"Wake me up early in the morning," Starlene called out as she opened her bedroom door.
"Why? You never get up early," Tiffany said.
"I might look for a job tomorrow," Starlene said turning on the lamp by her bed.
Tiffany walked down the hallway towards her sister's bedroom and glanced in the bedroom. Starlene stood with her back to the bedroom door as she pulled her low cut sweater over her head and threw it onto the bed.
"Job? Did I hear you say you might look for a job?" Tiffany asked shocked. She had tried unsuccessfully to get her young sister to look for a job for almost a year now.
"Yeah. Stanley's going to help me get a job." Starlene said stepping out of her leather skirt and tossing it onto the bed.
"Oh really, what kind of job Starlene?" Tiffany asked.
"Modeling," Starlene said as she turned to face her sister wearing the red sheer French lingerie that Stanley had bought her.
"What kind of modeling?" Tiffany asked suspiciously. She knew her young sister had wanted the older man to get her a job modeling for Playbody as he had done for his last young lover.
CONTINUED MONDAY. MORE SOAP PHOTOS BELOW.