Hello, Susan Help, Roger. How was your “business” lunch? It was alright. Listen, I’m goingbed for a couple of hours.needthink. Did you talk about important business? Yes, quite important. Look, why are you so interested in my lunch? Becausesaw you, Roger. You were with Kristi.know everything now. What are you talking about, Susan?just had a business lunch with Kristi, that’s all, She wantedtalk about, er a business idea. A business idea? I’m not that stupid!know want kind of business you have with Kristi. Well, you can do what you like, Roger. But not with me.do wantsee you again! What!!? What do you mean: you do wantsee me again? We are married, Susan! Not for long.want a divorce, Roger. Ok Susan, alright. Let me tell you what happened. Yes, Kristi andwent out together, but it’s over now. And that’s the truth. Of course, of course. That’s why you had lunch with her. I’m telling you it’s true, Susan! Look, you can call Kristi and ask her, if you do believe me. Call Kristi? How canpossibly call her? How can you even think of it? You’re a bastard, Roger, a real bastard! Hey, Susan, look, I’m really sorry. Really! Listen, I’m goingTrinidad this evening on business. Why do you come too, and we can have a vacation, and start over? Forget about all this! No, Roger,do wantstart over, and I’ll never forget about all this. You do love me; you married only meget a job. That’s not true! Yes, it is. You married me because my fatheran airline president. Well, It’s over now. What’s over? Do worry, Roger.do mean your job. Butwant you out of this apartment, now, Ok? I’m mot going, Susan; this apartmentmine, too. I’ll stay here ifwant to. I’ll call the police! Go on then, call them!do mind. I’m the boss in my house, with my wife! Help! Police! Come here, please! Stop that, Susan! Do do that! It’s alright, I’m going! Goodbye!