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Wasn’t me trippin’ like a little girl. All moody. Wesley gets out of his chair and just before he turns to go to the door he takes a step forward around Val and lands a punch in Randy’s gut. Randy recoils. Val supports Randy, still holding him by one arm and yells at Wesley. VAL Wesley. Wesley moves quickly to the door followed by Stan. Val is still holding Randy by one arm. VAL (To Randy) Come’on. You’re okay (More a statement than question). ” She presses a button on the pod and speaks into the speaker.
WESLEY (To Stan) Remind me not to join your ‘scape plan. ) Eh, Randy? Randy eyes Wesley suspiciously, but lets it pass. VAL (Exasperated) There is no escape plan. STAN (More enthusiastically) Anyway, it’s not done. Who says they don’t survive. Maybe it’s all part a the plan. Cause a distraction while they get away. WESLEY That’s more like it. The boys continue the conversation about the escape scenario and have a laugh. The atmosphere becomes more relaxed. Val goes to Eileen and says something to her privately.
It’s in the breeze. He’s the one started it. (To Stan) What’s for supper anyway? STAN (Enthusiastically) Tuna casserole, I think. WESLEY That crap? VAL (To Randy) Did you hear me? RANDY Ya. (Under his breath) He’s a f’n . . STAN (To Wesley) Or maybe lasagne. WESLEY That’d be cool. Just then Jim enters the corridor behind them. He sees Val and the boys. JIM (Calling to Val) What’s up? Need help? VAL (Disappointed to see Jim) No. Yes. (To the boys) Wait here. The boys wait while Val walks to meet Jim.