This party is so lame, you can hear people making cat noises just to have something to say. The music sucks, there's hardly anyone there, and people are just walking around in boredom, like Andrea. "I'd know that walk anywhere," McNorris says to Andrea as he walks towards her, in full view of his wife. "Do I know you, sir?" Andrea says in her "British" voice, which is her voice until the word "Sir," which is pronounced, "Sih" so it sounds more "British." Somehow this fools McNorris entirely, and he's all dumbfounded and shocked, muttering that he thought he knew her, obviously wondering if he could add another mistress to the mix and get away with it. Andrea throws down her mask and wipes her forehead as she says, "David, for a cynic, you're so gullible." McNorris asks to talk to her for a second and ushers her into another room. The room that says "MORGUE"! So scary! Scary! They add scary music so it's even scarier!
The scariest thing is that this room has two different doors, depending on whether you're watching the end of the last scene (one door, already open), or the beginning of this scene (double doors, different lighting). This room is the "morgue," of course, with bodies on tables and scary music playing in the background. It looks like every hospital room in ER right after they call time of death. "Hmm," McNorris says about the room. "Well," he adds. This script is great! McNorris asks Andrea why she's not returning any of his phone calls. Andrea half-closes her eyes and says she told him she needs some time. That's why she goes to the same parties he's attending, completely by herself, moping around slowly: so she can have some time away from him. There's a body in the room that we're all supposed to assume is a real person who's going to hear about their affair and then expose it. I don't understand why Andrea and McNorris don't even check the bodies just to be on the safe side, or even look around to see if there's anybody else in there before they start talking about their affair. These two want to get caught. They make some small talk until the "body" flips upwards with fake scary noise. Andrea screams. If you'd like to know just how memorable the women of this show are, I just realized that for the past two scenes I'd been accidentally writing "Teresa" instead of "Andrea" and I didn't even notice. They're that useless on this show. The body flips back onto the table and McNorris goes, "Uh...it's animatronic." Oh, thanks, McNorris, since Andrea's such a moron she might have written a front-page story about it if you hadn't explained it to her so quickly. Anyway, the body's totally breathing, so you might want to investigate just a bit more. Andrea says, "Really? I thought they paid an actor to rip open his chest." She says it like she's got a lozenge in her mouth. And anyway, normally they would pay an actor to rip open his chest and scare people. That's what this city's for.