This takes place in the kitchen, in a dining room area with a china cabinet and a tablecloth. It’s a small table for a dining room. The woman needs a longer dress! She’s got a short nightie on. She’d sit more ladylike if she knew they were taking a picture. They’re both barefoot. Jim and Sally are lovers. They’re drinking wine. He’s very interested, I’ll tell you that! He looks very intent, but not angry. He’s listening very closely to what she’s telling him. It must be later on in the day with the wine. Jim’s sitting on the edge of his chair; Sally’s got her legs folded under her. Someone must be sleeping because Jim’s leaning in to talk to Sally, trying to be quiet. She’s saying, “Should we go to bed now?” He says, “Let’s go! You’re damn right!” But they’ve got to drink their wine first. His shirt is open, so he’s also getting ready for bed. He’s probably going to leave for the evening, because he’s dressed. Maybe he’s going off to work–but you don’t go to work if you’re sipping wine. Sally says, “My mother’s coming for a visit.” Jim says, “I don’t want her!” They’re talking over the things they’ve done during the day. Sally’s smiling, but Jim’s looking very serious. Why the difference? Wait awhile, and you’ll find out! They hope for a baby. Do they both hope for the same thing? After they go to bed, they’ll decide. Jim hasn’t seen Sally all day. Now he does see her, he feels like jumping in bed! They’re husband and wife. Sally wants a baby, but Jim’s not sure. She’s smiling, trying to convince him. Or they’re just discussing what they’ve done all day. Jim has nice clothes so he probably does office work. But was he really at work? Jim had a business meeting. Sally did housework during the day. Then she took a quick shower and decided to put her nightie on. She served him a drink to relax him and tell him what she wants to do. He’s listening very intently and thinking it over. They don’t hear anything else, they’re busy talking to each other. She’s saying, “I worked real hard today. I had to take a shower and put on my nightie and get relaxed. What did you do all day?” Sally needs to learn to sit better. She's not very ladylike. She might ask Jim that, but I don’t think he’s going to answer. He says, “The usual work. Do you really want to know?” They’ll agree, and they’ll have a baby and live happily ever after. They’ll embrace and fall on the bed. Jim’s got a good grip on that tablecloth there! He’s very intent on what she’s saying. He’s still got wine to drink, but she’s got more. He was thirsty from working all day. He says, “Let’s get it over with.” Jim and Sally aren’t kids–they’re pretty old. They might already have two or three children. Maybe they don’t have kids yet. They’re just discussing it now. Sally better put on some shoes and lower her dress a little bit. They’ll have a child and be happy ever after. See you later, alligator!