- What made you think she's a detective?
- Her language. She
talks about the case, not the story. She calls my wife "that woman", as
in "that women has to be stopped". She asks me to send her my marriage
documents she can pass on to authorities so my wife, that woman, will be
- She's confrontational. You saw her videos.
- She's been working on "the case" three weeks, she says. Why doesn't she ask me anything except whether I am legally married?
She told you. She wants to write a story that makes people laugh. She
already knows enough about you to make people laugh, you the ridiculous
second or third husband in a series. And she's a young woman. She's
keeping distance to save you the trouble of making unwanted advances.
- You're probably right. She's recently married.
- To her you are a comic figure whose advances have to be blocked.
- Like my wife has to be stopped. Why do I feel offended?
- You think everyone should like you.
- They should.
- Are you going to continue answering the reporter's questions? Now that you know she is real?
- Where's my interest here?
- Publicity. You are a failure at getting everyone to like you. Maybe she'll succeed.
- With my story.
- In the story she's writing you're one husband out of many.
- So where's my interest?
- What did you expect when you first heard someone was writing about your wife?
- The reporter wrote me that she knew where my wife was. I thought she might put me back in touch with her.
- Ridiculous man.