Nat: Kelly slowly follows her mother back to her desk.
Kelly: I'm going to hate it here; this will be the worst two weeks of my life.
(Susie turns around to face her daughter)
Susie: Oh cheer up, it won't be that bad. I've been working here for ten years!
Kelly: Ten years working for that guy!
Susie: He's not that bad, some days he's nicer than others.
(Susie slowly smiles to herself)
Susie: He can be very nice sometimes.
(Kelly walked up to her mother)
Kelly: You're sweet on him!
(Susie stares back at Kelly)
Susie: Now, where did that come from?
Kelly: The Receptionist!
Susie: Well she can mind her own business.
(Susie turns back to her desk and starts to look around her desk for something)
Kelly: Is there something between you and Mr Sharpe?
Susie: No there isn't!
(Susie started to look in her desk drawers)
Kelly: Would you like there to be?
Susie: He's not my type.
Kelly: Too young for you!
(Susie turns her head to face Kelly)
Susie: Don't let his looks foul you; he's older than he think.
(Susie turns back to continue searching through her drawers)
Kelly: How old is he then?
Susie: Just a few years younger than me.
(Kelly smiles to herself)
Kelly: Still too young for you!
(Susie stops what she is doing and turns to face Kelly)
Susie: If you weren't my daughter, I'd take that as an insult.
(Kelly smiles at her mother)
Susie: And he is way too old for you!
(Kelly places her hand over her chest)
Susie: Don't give me that look; I saw you raise your eyebrows earlier.
(Kelly looks upwards)
Kelly: I don't know what you mean.
Susie: Yes you do. You always do that when you like someone.
(Kelly looks back at Susie)
Kelly: O.K I admit, he is pretty hot!
(Kelly starts to grin at her mother)
Susie: You and your language!
Kelly: Well he is very hot!
(Susie slowly shakes her head)
Kelly: He's is very hot, but as a very bad attitude. He would rather kill me then kiss me!
Susie: You keep pushing him the way you do and I might help him. I want a job to come back at the end of this.
Kelly: He shouldn't sack you over me.
Susie: Depends how mad you make him. So all you have to do is stick to the rules and just do your job.
Susie: Well I made a list of all the rules you must follow.
(Susie turns back to her desk and continued to search her desk)
Susie: If I can find it that is.
(Susie picks up a notepad)
Susie: Here it is!
(Susie turns back to face her daughter and passes her the notepad)
Susie: The first rule you already know.
(Kelly starts to read from the notepad)
Kelly: Yes I do!
(Kelly turns around to look at the door Mr Sharpe had disappeared behind)
Susie: He meant it Kelly; no one goes past that door ever!
Kelly: What is back there?
Susie: No idea and please promise me you won't go finding out yourself.
Kelly: He might be hiding behind the door with a sharp knife, ready to kill me.
Susie: You watch way too much telly.
Kelly: At least he would be a pretty hot killer.
Susie: Kelly, would you focus here for a minute?
(Kelly smiled to herself and slowly turned back around to face her mother)
Susie: Now, number two…..
Kelly: …..I wonder how he would look with nothing…..
Susie: …. Kelly, that's enough! I won't have you thinking things like that.
(Kelly starts to look innocent)
Kelly: What? I was only going to say with nothing….
Susie: … I know what you were going to say.
Kelly: No, I was going to say, with nothing else in his hands but a knife.
(Susie gives her daughter a certain look)
(Kelly grins at her mother)
Kelly: Well, can you blame me?
Susie: How can you come up with something as sick as that?
Kelly: I wasn't being serious about the knife and him killing me.
Susie: I know, I just wonder how you come up with thinks like that?
Kelly: As you said; it must be too much telly.
Susie: Way too much!
(Kelly starts to grin towards her mother and then slowly turns her head to face the door again)
Mr Sharpe: What do you let your kids watch nowadays?
(Mr Sharpe was leaning against the doorframe and facing them both)
Kelly: You would be surprised!
(Susie looks towards Mr Sharpe)
Susie: I'm sorry about that Mr Sharpe, but kids do have these wild crazy ideas.
(Kelly turns back to face her Susie)
Kelly: Hey, I'm no kid!
(Susie looks at her daughter)
Susie: You are when you come up with things like that.
Kelly: If I was a kid; things like that would scary me to death.
Mr Sharpe: Susie, would you make me cuppa?
(Susie looks back at Mr Sharpe)
Susie: Yes certainly!
(Susie gives her daughter a look and then disappears into another room)
Mr Sharpe: Kelly!
(Kelly turns back to face Mr Sharpe)
Mr Sharpe: Take a seat!
(Mr Sharpe extends his arm towards a seating area)
Mr Sharpe: I'd like to have a talk with you.
(Kelly nods her head and takes a seat as Mr Sharpe walks towards her)
Mr Sharpe: Now Kelly, let's see if we can come to an understanding.
End of Scene Three
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