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Stars: Tiffany Diamond, Skeeter Diamond, Starlene, Clark Masters Nicole Masters, Jan Morgan, Stanley Morgan, and Amir Hada.
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Tiffany's sister Starlene's in love with Stanley. He took Starlene to a DC gala to appease her while he stalls on a wedding date. He is secretly seeing Clark's bride Nicole. Nicole's Father is in the Mafia.
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Soap Opera "As The Mouse Moves" - Monday October 21st 2002
Tiffany watched as Greg shut the door to the townhouse and walked towards his parent's home next door.  She wondered what her boss Clark would do if he came home from Florida and caught the handsome young neighbor upstairs with his wife Nicole.  Clark and Nicole hadn't been back from their honeymoon but a few weeks and Nicole already had a new lover.  The more bothersome thing to Tiffany was the secret she felt she was forced to keep from her sister Starlene that Nicole had renewed her relationship with Starlene's wealthy older lover Stanley Morgan.
Tiffany's thoughts were interrupted when the front door opened and Stanley walked in.
"Hello Tiffany," he said taking off his raincoat and putting his umbrella in the stand next to the door.
"Hi Stanley.  How are you?"
"Oh, okay.  Did Starlene tell you about the gala in Washington?" he asked referring to their recent trip to DC.
"Yeah, she loved it.  She's almost ready to move there," Tiffany said laughing as she remembered the pictures of her voluptuous young sister in the low cut evening dress among the stiff upper class aristocratic women.
"Yeah, she was a hit," Stanley said as he reflected on the phone calls he had gotten from a few senators. They had wanted to know if their relationship was exclusive or if he could arrange an evening with Starlene for them while their wives were out of town.
"Maybe you better hurry up and set the date for the wedding Stanley.  You know Starlene's ready to walk down the isle," Tiffany said thinking about the fact that Starlene said she had given a few of the senators her phone number just in case Stanley didn't make the final commitment.
"Yeah, we'll see.  Is Nicole around?" he asked glancing behind Tiffany's desk towards the kitchen.
"Yeah," she said watching him start towards the kitchen.
"She's upstairs in bed I think," Tiffany said enjoying the look of shock she saw on his face.
"Is she okay?"
"Oh yeah.  Greg was just here," Tiffany said.
"The next door neighbor."
"In the bedroom with her?"
"I believe so Stanley."
"Just ring me if anyone comes in or calls," he said ignoring the revelation and starting towards the stairs to go up.
Tiffany watched as he walked up the stairs seemingly in deep thought.  She wondered why Stanley would continue this high-risk relationship with her bosses' wife.  How could he dare to ask her to keep his visits secret from her sister Starlene?  Then again she remembered the passes that Stanley had made towards her just before Starlene moved to New York.
"Stanley," Nicole said as Tiffany listened to Stanley's footsteps on the floor above the living room.
Tiffany got up from her desk and tiptoed towards the stairs so she could better hear the conversation upstairs.
"How could you let that apartment on Fifth Avenue go like that?" Nicole said loud enough that Tiffany realized she didn't need to sneak any closer to the stairs.
"I told you Starlene found the lease and she would know where we were meeting," Stanley said in a hushed voice.
"Starlene, Starlene.  I'm sick of that girl's name," Nicole said.
"I'm sorry honey," Stanley said walking towards Nicole.
"Keep your hands off of me Stanley."
"What's the matter with you Nicole?" Stanley asked surprised by her reaction.
"You've let me down.  I was counting on you."
"You sure you weren't counting on some good times with the rest of the neighborhood."
"How dare you!  I'll see to it that you regret this Stanley," Nicole screamed.

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