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Part2 - Ralph and the Neighbor

Part2 - Ralph and the Neighbor

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Published by: Gifford Watkins on May 28, 2007
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PART TWO - RALPH AND THE NEIGHBOREXT. QUEEN ST. WOLFVILLE, NS. DAY.(RALPH is looking for property in Wolfville. Empty house across thestreet from the WATLEY house has a 'for sale' sign on it. He parkshis car on the street when he sees the sign on the lawn.)FARLEN watches from his patio as a black car pulls into thedriveway.RALPH in black suit gets out, goes up to the house, and peers inthrough a window, he then turns, walks over to the 'for sale' signin the lawn and pulls it up, carries it to the car and throws itinto the trunk. Gets into his car and drives off.MARQUEE - TWO WEEKS LATEREXT. QUEEN ST. WOLFVILLE, NS. DAY.FARLEN WATLEY watches again, this time RALPH and NELLIE are pullingup together towing a little trailer. They get out of the car,NELLIE is bouncing up and down, they run up the walkway and thistime RALPH fishes in his pockets for the keys. He begins to getfrantic as he looks and looks, NELLIE watches impatiently.FARLEN chuckles to himself as this takes place.RALPH is exasperated and throws his hands up in the air. NELLIE hasher hands on her hips; her expression not one of amusement.RALPH reaches out and tries the door, it's open. NELLIE shrieks andruns inside, RALPH bounds back to the car, and pulls out a bottleof champagne. He runs into the house and slams the door behind him.FARLEN can hear hooting and hollering.END SCENE(The Neighbors, FARLEN and MARTHA WATLEY have a mundane marriage.However they live on Queen St., opposite the JEFFERY's.FARLEN enjoys sitting outside and watching the antics of RL.FARLEN's wife, MARTHA, reaps the benefit of her husband'svoyeurism.RALPH's forgetfulness causes him to get in ‘hot water’ with NELLIE,so he often brings home flowers. When RALPH is with NELLIE, sheconsumes him, distracts him. Her love and sensual appeal representthe very variable he sought for in logic. Their marriage isexemplary and so, watching on, FARLEN WATLEY is inspired by RALPH'santics, and so, begins to emulate a portion of this to his wife,unbeknownst to her.)
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