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Soap Opera "As The Mouse Moves" - Monday March 3rd 2003
Tiffany watched as Jan took her checkbook from her designer leather handbag. She opened it and picked up a pen from Tiffany's desk.
"Okay, how much Tiffany?" Jan asked as she stood in front of Tiffany's desk glaring down at her.
"How much for what?"
"You know very well. You've refused to sign the divorce papers for months. Skeeter and I are engaged and I we want this divorce final right now."
"I can't be bought Jan," Tiffany said picking up the envelope with the divorce papers in them and putting them inside her desk drawer.
"So you plan on standing in the way of my wedding?"
"You should have waited until my divorce with Skeeter was final before you bought yourself that expensive engagement ring and put the announcement in the New York Times," Tiffany said enjoying her position of power.
The front door of the townhouse opened and Stanley walked in obviously shocked to see his daughter.
"Well, this is a big surprise," Stanley said taking off his overcoat and hanging it on the rack.
"Hello Father," Jan said slyly putting her checkbook back into her purse.
"What are you doing here?" he asked walking towards Tiffany's desk.
"Just stopped by to see Clark, but he's out right now. And you Father, what brings you here?"
"Just stopped by to see Clark and now I hear he's out," Stanley said taking a seat in the chair beside Tiffany's desk.
"Well, I have to go. I have a lot of business to take care of," Jan said turning to walk towards the front door.
"Jan don't you think you should have told me that you planned to get married?" Stanley asked glancing towards Tiffany. He watched as she looked down at her paperwork as if she didn't want to get involved.
"Would it have made any difference?"
"I don't know. I guess I'll never have the opportunity to know will I? You didn't give me the benefit of the doubt. Did you?"
"No. I am certainly old enough to decide who I want to marry and what I want to do," Jan said reaching for her full-length mink coat on the back of the sofa.
"Old enough isn't the question," Stanley said under his breath.
"I heard that Father. Why don't we go to lunch and talk this over. I don't think discussing this in front of Tiffany is exactly the right way to handle our private affairs," she said fastening her luscious coat.
"Well, I believe Tiffany is a big part of this situation and I don't see why we can't discuss this in front of her," Stanley said picking a piece of lint from his expensive suit.
"I won't discuss this in front of her."
"We can have dinner tonight and talk it over."
"Fine I'll see you then Father," she said opening the front door walking out and slamming it behind her.
"Did she come by here to give you a hard time Tiffany?" Stanley asked watching Tiffany's face closely.
"She wanted to pay me off to sign the divorce papers," Tiffany said.
"Did you sign them?"
"How much did she offer you?"
"I don't know the conversation never got that far you came in right as she took out her check book."
"My timing is getting better with age."
"Yeah, I guess you could say that."
"Tiffany are you planning to sign the papers?"
"I don't know. Why?"
"Because I'm prepared to make you an offer not to," he said taking out his checkbook.
CONTINUED TOMORROW. MORE SOAP PHOTOS BELOW.