DEE: Oh, hi Walter! Whoa, why so glum?
WALTER: It’s nothing. Must have been something I ate.
DEE: Hmm, that was a long lunch. Who where you with?
WALTER: Er… just a couple of old friends. What are you up to?
DEE: Not much. I came in to tell you something. You weren’t here… so I was looking at something on the web.
Walter slumps onto couch. Dee walks over, sits beside him and touches his face.
DEE: You feelin’ OK? What’s really the matter.
WALTER: It’s nothing. It’s just… well dammit, we have to grow this business. There’s no choice.
DEE: So, you’ve given up on selling the business. That’s great!
WALTER: Yeah… it’s great alright.
DEE: Y’know, I’ve been looking at all of our accounts. Most could use good online benefits technology… if only we had the confidence to bring something to them. It would be a great way to impress them, keep them happy, serve them better and really grow this business..
WALTER: OK, let’s get this thing figured out. Have you heard from Cybil?
DEE: That’s what I came in to tell you. She called and she was pretty excited. Said she’ll be back tomorrow morning and wants us to meet with her and some guy named Sharp… or at least I think that’s what she said his name was.
WALTER: He’s her lawyer or something?
DEE: No, no, no… he’s with a ben tech company. Cybil says this time it’s different.