Audio is a little weak, and has a low hum. Vic leaves to go back to work after lunch, but Sade has a list of things for him to do on an errand after work. She keeps Vic talking in hushed tones, since Mr Donahue is trying to sleep next door. Among the errands, Sade mentions a woman who called to remind Vic about Moonbeam chimes.
What are these Silver Moonbeam chimes? Is it something related to the lodge, or to the office? Either way, Sade slowly lures Vic into a trap. She is never keen on spending money on the lodge, and that Miss Pompom Cordoba at the office is a hotbed of jealousy just waiting to explode on poor old Vic.
That’s right Vic, keep on digging your hole deeper as Sade’s seeminly innocent questions draw you deeper into her net. The claws are out, and the words more sharp as Vic is once again put into his place by his wife. Poor Vic thrives on adoring, flirtatious compliments, and Sade never seems to do that for him. When will Sade ever learn to be flirtatious, and in doing so, keep Vic’s ego needs met athome? When will Vic ever learn that mention of those flirtatious secretaries at work never end well if he lets Sade lure him down the path of self incrimination? Some things are better left unsaid, accompanied by a fast change of subject.