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December 10, 2014
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Things are starting to look up for Wendy. Thanks to her Mom's new boyfriend, she has a sweet new job. Now the question is, can she handle being the boss to her friend Canada O'Jeffery?

Wendy Freshner’s Fall Jobs:
Job #2
Job Title: Bed Sales person at Enchanted Bed-ware.

Cast:
Wendy Freshner: Wendy is the Sales Person Supervisor. She is annoyed with her current sale’s person.

Canada O’Jeffery: Candy is back, (See last series). And she is at a very low point in her life.

INT: Enchanted Bed-ware Shopping Center, Enchanted Bed Preview Spot.

Candy is lying down on the canopy bed taking a nap. The bed is all decked up in princess style, perfect for a teenager. Wendy comes into the scene with a tablet.

Wendy
(Shocked) Candy! What the hell are you doing?!

Candy
Not now Estavon, I keep telling you ‘No’ in the mornings. Night is the time for the quickies.

Wendy
(Angrily) Canada!

Candy
(Snorts) Please Wendy five more minutes.

Wendy stomps right over to Candy, and shoves her off the bed.

Wendy
I can not keep giving you those five minutes. You have a job to do!

Candy gets up from the ground with a shrug.

Candy
My Father can get me out of it.

Wendy
You told me yesterday that he was an asshole.

Candy
Key word ‘was’. I am sure he has forgiven me by now.

Wendy
Doubt your dear ol’ Dad will bail you out of this jam.

Candy
(Scoffs) And why is that?

Wendy
Because he is dating my Mom.

Candy
Impossible. You told me that your Mother hated him.

Wendy
Well, you know what they say about two fiery people getting together, sparks fly.

Candy
My Father is just so old fashioned and your Mother is like going through a midlife crisis.

Wendy
Well opposites do attract.

Candy
Yeah well it still mystifies me that my Father made you my boss since he thinks of you as a pervert.

Wendy
Not true, My Mom straightened him out.

Candy
(Snorts) Like that can happen.

Wendy
It is true, she even got him to not wear a suit for dinner last night.

Candy
Like i can believe that can happen.

Wendy
Want to see the photo of him, My Mom send me a photo.

Candy
This is utterly ridicules, just from one date, my Father is willing to change to satisfy your Mother.

Wendy
Look, just check out my iPhone for proof.

Candy grabs the phone, looks and tosses away with disgust, and it nearly falls on the ground but thankfully Wendy skillfully catches it.

Wendy
You nearly broke my iPhone!

Candy
(Snorts) The way how your Mother has my Dad wrapped around her little pinky, you will probably get the new iPhone 6 in just a day or two.

Wendy
Well, they have not discuss marriage yet, and but he did give me a nice pay raise.

Candy
I do not believe this! My Dad has fallen underneath the spell of a temptress.

Wendy
Watch it, that is my Mother your bad mouthing.

Candy
I am allowed. Your Mother is midlife crisis hipster who has her clutches in my old fashioned Father.

Wendy
And has finally talked your Dad to be updated to the twenty first century.

Candy
(Shudders) What if he becomes so modern, I one day catch him at a dance club.

Wendy
Well considering she has talked him into going into a Retro Nineteen seventies club last week.

Candy groans and slides down besides the bed and covers her face in her hands.

Wendy
Oh cheer up! You know what they say, more work makes the frown disappear.

Candy
(Muffled) Only you say that.

Wendy
Well, I learned it from your Dad. “A Worthwhile day is a happy day when it is completed.” Now I see why you acted all good girl in front of him.

Candy
No wonder he likes your Mom, he sees himself in you since you both are dull as flat pancakes.

Wendy
Pancakes are not dull. They are full of syrupy goodness and why did you Segway this conversation into breakfast foods.

Candy
Trying to distract you so I can skip out of work.

Wendy
Nice try, come on get to work. You need to organize the bed sheet aisle and not sleep on the bed displays!

Candy
Come on, let me sleep five more minutes I had a rough night last night. I was tossing and turning, recovering from a very bad cold.

Wendy
Um no you were not, you were busy chugging down those vodka shots off Estavon’s stomach.

Candy
(Groans) Right I forgot you were the designated driver.

Wendy
Like I had any choice. You won in rock paper scissors and thus I ended up driving you and a bunch of frat boys that you refused to share with me.

Candy
(Laughs) Oh yeah, now I remember. Is that why your being so uncool?

Wendy
Get back to work or I’ll call your Dad.

End of sketch.

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