by Marjory, Anne, Gretchen, Earnest, Patricia [Alice, Lana]
[What's happening with this woman?]
She has a black eye. She got hit by somebody.
[How does she feel about that?]
She's feeling pain and discomfort, and she doesn't want anybody to see her. In other words, that's what you worry about.
[Why was she hit in the face?]
She didn't get to finish putting on her face, it's healing. The man in the circus hit her. She upset him.
[How did she upset him?]
She didn't want to see him anymore and had him arrested.
[What does she do when he's in jail?]
It didn't feel good because it was the wrong thing. She goes out somewhere, probably goes home.
[Who's waiting for her at home?]
They're alright, the people that came in. They're from around here. She knows them from church.
[What do they say about her black eye?]
They thought to let her know that it wasn't right. They have to talk about everything. The next day, they all felt better. They're all getting along, but some are hesitant and some feel guilty.
[Are these people close to her?]
They all think they're friends, but she doesn't know if she's guilty or not.
[How do you feel about her situation?]
I'm an adult, a damn good adult! It's a confusing situation and has got her all upset. He (the circus man) shouldn't have done that and he's going to pay for it.
[How long will he be in jail?]
He won't be in jail for very long. He knows people that have been bad often.
[How does the woman feel about him being in jail?]
She thinks he's bad and unsuitable for her. She may feel sorry for him when he's out of jail, but things may change.
[How is her life without him?]
I don't know how her life is going, waiting on you. Oh, my God! He'll get out when his sentence is over.
[What do you think she'll do once he's out of jail?]
She has two opposing thoughts -- she's at fault, and he's half bad. So, they pull each other's hair and I think they get back together.
[How do they feel about getting back together?]
They both feel bad and work through reasoning to fix it, and both keep trying. They have to.