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Soap Opera "As The Mouse Moves" - Tuesday February 18th 2003
"Hi Starlene", Stanley's secretary said as the young blonde walked into the lobby of Stanley's suite in the Empire State Building.
"Hi, how are you doing?" Starlene asked in her southern accent as she took off her fake fur jacket and hung it in the closet.
"Good. I thought about you the other day."
"Oh really?" Starlene asked smiling as she walked towards the mirror on the wall to check her lip-gloss.
"Yeah, I wondered how you felt about your ex-brother-in-law being engaged to marry Stanley's daughter Jan?"
"What a hoot, huh?" Starlene said laughing slightly.
"I thought you and Stanley would be the first to get married. Now it looks like his daughter Jan will make it down the aisle with your ex-brother-in-law first," the secretary said.
"Don't underestimate me. I'm betting that it's me and Stanley first," Starlene said adjusting her low cut sweater to further reveal her voluptuous bosom as she walked towards Stanley's office.
"My bets are on you," the secretary said admiring the young girls take charge attitude as she walked towards Stanley's office.
"Starlene, come in," Stanley said quickly putting his Playbody Magazine in his desk drawer when he saw her at his door.
"Hi Stanley. Are you busy?"
"Never too busy to take time out for you honey," he said admiring the low cut sweater as she took a seat in the chair in front of his desk.
"I was in the neighborhood and thought I'd stop by," Starlene said glancing out of the window of his office at the skyline of the city.
"What would bring you out on a cold day like this?"
"Shopping, and I thought maybe you would take me to lunch."
"I just got back from lunch honey."
"You told me you didn't have any lunch plans this week"
"Well, if you must know I called Skeeter and took him to lunch."
"Really?" she asked shocked.
"Yeah. I tried to reason with him."
"You tried to talk him out of marrying Jan didn't you?"
"Yes. I did. He's making a spectacle of himself and my daughter," Stanley said leaning back in his plush leather swivel chair.
"I just can't imagine you and Skeeter having lunch together," Starlene said thinking about her estranged brother-in-law, the lingerie salesman.
"If you can't imagine us having lunch together than surely you can't imagine him being married to my daughter."
"I can't imagine Jan married, period."
"Well, certainly not to him."
"Sounds like you and Skeeter must have enjoyed your lunch date a lot," Starlene said laughing.
"I guess you know at lot about him?"
"Well, he was my brother-in-law."
"Was he faithful to Tiffany?"
"No. I don't think so. But don't tell Tiffany I said that."
"Of course, I'd never tell Tiffany. Neither one of us would ever want to hurt Tiffany now would we?"
"I want to ask you a few things about Skeeter and Tiffany," he said watching her closely.
CONTINUED TOMORROW. MORE SOAP PHOTOS BELOW.