"Okay, why are you telling the truth at a job interview? What were you, under oath?" Judy demands. She's sitting across a booth from Lily, having coffee. She's wearing a really boss little sleeveless western shirt. Lily says that she can't lie; she's a terrible liar. Doesn't everybody say that, though? Even if someone's the best liar in the world, she won't admit it because then her cover's blown. Not that I'd know anything about that. Judy asks how many credits Lily needs, and Lily admits, "Sixteen." So she did lie during her interview. Judy says Lily always told her she needed twelve. She demands to see Lily's résumé. "Elizabeth Sammler," she reads, with a touch of condescension. Lily says she's not used to it, either. "Well, some people keep their names," Judy says, reading over the rest of the paper. Lily mocks the idea of keeping Jake's name. "No, not Jake's name. Your name. Your real name," Judy clarifies. Lily puzzles over this while Judy swings the conversation over to Tiffany waltzing into Lily's kitchen the other day. "What's my real name?" Lily asks. Yeah, I can see where that would give you trouble. Judy makes an impatient face, and Lily caves, asking what Tiffany said. "Just, something really stupid. I gotta go," Judy says, grabbing her bag. What flew up her ass? Lily says she's listening, really. Judy's not interested, though, and insists that she's late. "For what? To meet Will Gluck?" Lily asks with a teasing smile. My heart skips a beat, and so does Judy's. "Well, you've seen him since the wedding haven't you?" Lily asks on behalf of all of us. Judy flatly replies, "I thought he'd call. He didn't." She heads for the door. Lily calls after her to stay and asks about the logos. Judy pauses by the door and tries to sound tough: "Like I can't make a decision without you." She walks into the door with a determined push. It doesn't budge. She pushes on it again and it rattles stubbornly in its frame. She tries to slide nonchalantly to the door next to it. As she pushes it open, she glances defensively over her shoulder to see if Lily caught her humiliation. She did, but she's too worried about her résumé to take any pleasure in it.
Once and Again
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Once and Again