The Other "Other Women"
Setting: HOTEL ROOM
Age Range: 22-+
Description: MARIAN, a woman in her 20s-50s, is in a very small NYC hotel room. She speaks to her boyfriend, Patrick. He is a married man, but her status of The Other Woman has been diminished when she finds out he has three other “other women.” After throwing some white wine in his face, she demands the respect she deserves, as the Original Other Woman.
Are you still complaining about the wine spill? Okay, fine—it wasn’t a spill exactly, but you-you-you just made me so mad! Here—I’ll lick it off you. You want me to do that? Let me do that. It’ll be sexy. Come on. Don’t back away. Come on. Okay, FINE! Then stop complaining about it! You sound like your 3-year-old right now! You know how unattractive that is?
I bet you’d let one of your other women lick it off. Yeah, I’m gonna start this up again! Because up until tonight, I thought I was your only other woman, and to find out you’ve got, what, three more? It’s kind of a lot to digest. Like, I need a probiotic kind of digesting. And…and…while I’m digesting this, I’m, I mean, I know I’m crying now—don’t try to comfort me! I’m crying because I really, I really thought I was special and like, the only one you’d want to cheat on your wife with, because I was really that amazing. But now—I can stop crying on my own, Patrick! Don’t coddle me—Now it’s like I’m not special. I’m just part of a, a, an addiction or something. Like I’m crack cocaine or heroin. And that’s not good for someone! I don’t want to be that bad! Don’t make me be that bad!
I do wanna calm down, I do, but I can’t even walk away from you—there’s no where to go! Do the other women have to stay in closets like this? I mean, I know it’s New York, but spring for a bigger room. This is a-a-a-pod, a pod an alien—a cheap alien—would travel to Earth in. I’m not a freakin’ Martian, Patrick. Do I have green hands? I need room. I need a room. A suite preferably. I won’t—I won’t stay here anymore. I’m not going to.
Here’s what you do. Here’s the solution.
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