Author: Hobbit4Lyfe PM
This is a skit my friends and I wrote for our theater class during my freshman year of high school. Please review.Rated: Fiction T - English - Drama/Hurt/Comfort - Words: 314 - Reviews: 2 - Published: 03-05-11 - Status: Complete - id: 2896494
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A man walks into the living room of his house after a long day at work. His wife is sitting on the couch. He sits down next to her.
Husband: Hi. I'm home.
Wife: Hi! How was your day?
Husband: Fine, fine.
He turns on the TV and flips through the channels. The wife gets up to get his dinner.
Wife: OK. Here's your dinner.
She hands it to him. The husband eats it.
Wife: OK. Good night. I'm going to bed.
She walks off. In the morning, the husband gets dressed and goes to work. These scenes repeat for a couple more days. One day, the wife is tired of doing the same thing. The husband comes in, acting tired.
Wife: Hi, honey.
Wife: Want some dinner?
Husband: No, thanks. I already ate.
Wife: OK, what's up?
Husband: What are you talking about?
Wife: You're acting really strange. We've been doing the exact same thing for the past few days.
Husband: So what?!
Wife: You know what? It's Sunday tomorrow. Let's go to church.
Wife: You need help!
Husband: No! Psh, whatever!
Wife: OK, then. I'm calling a therapist.
She picks up the phone and dials a number. The therapist picks up. She tells him what's going on. The therapist comes. He knocks on the door.
Wife: Come in!
He continues to knock.
Husband: Honey, please get the door.
Wife: I'm busy! You get it!
Wife: You're right there!
Husband: No! You get it!
Wife: OK! Fine!
She finally opens the door. The therapist comes in. The wife and husband sit on the couch. The therapist pulls up a chair. The therapist asks some questions and the truth comes out. The husband has been cheating on his wife with the therapist she'd just called.