By the storytellers of St. Teresa's
Hide 'n' seek.
Beautiful couch - I think it's an ugly couch.
The house is not shabby.
Are they real people or are they puppets? Real!
George and Sally - they're married and they work on the farm. They're earning their living but they don't like it, it's too much had work! It all depends on the money. They're well educated.
George wants to go back to college and Sally would rather be a teacher.
You can open this couch for a bed.
They're playing peek-a-boo with the children.
The left side and right sides of the couch are completely different - maybe they're having a comedy play.
It's a haunted house.
There's a man over there in the corner!
They heard somebody comin' so they tried to hide.
They feel scared, surprised at what they're seeing.
Maybe she had a boyfriend and that's the boyfriend who came in!
George is still lookin' for another girl.
It's a mess!
Why are they staying together? They feel they have to for the kids' sake.
They have two kids, Ricky and Lucy, 12 and 14.
They're worried about their parents.
One of the parents knows what's goin' on - I hope they both do.
Not necessarily - one is enough!
The kids wish to get their parents back together.
The parents dream of marrying the other person.
They're gonna have a wedding - they have to divorce first before getting married the second time!
They do get divorced and end up with the other person.
There's a lot of money involved - that's the first thing you gotta think about - that's when everything goes berserk!
The kids talk about ways they can scheme to get their parents back together.
George keeps the house, Sally gets the animals (oh, lucky her!).
Sally gets full custody of the kids.
They still want to be teachers - they continue their education and become teachers.
George and Sally don't get back together: they're happy with their new people.
Ricky and Lucy become school teachers when they grow up.