No Screaming, No Crying, Just the Truth • A scene...
Alex: Think I have to go, but very nice meeting you.
Julie: Oh, rock on!
Julie: She seems nice!
Julie: And you know, I have no problem if you want a friend to stay over, it's just... if you could let me know beforehand.
Marissa: Oh, you didn't get the memo?
Julie: Aha, you know what, Marissa, I don't think it's too much to ask to know what's going on underneath my roof. That's all.
Marissa: Oh, you want to know what's going on with me? I'm gonna tell you the truth. No screaming, no crying, just the truth.
Julie: You have know idea how happy it makes me to hear that.
Marissa: Hold that thought. Alex is my girlfriend.
Julie: I know! And I'm so happy that you made a new friend, although I hope you keep seeing Summer—
Marissa: *No*, Mom, not my friend who's a girl... my *girlfriend*.
Thunder strikes. Julie is visibly speechless.
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