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A day later
Western Skies stable, morning: Jim is saddling Minnie for Tina.
Jim – Are you going to look for scenes, Miss Tina?
Tina – No, Jim … not this time.
Jim – Should I worry if you don’t return?
She chuckles embarrassed.
Tina – I’m just going to stop by the cabin. Bette has something to show me. I’ll be back soon!
And why is she giving explanations to Jim?! As if she is trying to convince herself that she is not excited about seeing the cowgirl again. As if she didn’t have trouble concentrating all day long the day before. As if she didn’t have trouble sleeping the night before and didn’t have to go down to the hotel gym at midnight.
Jim – She’s ready!
As if she is not going there to find out about that kiss … that angry kiss.
Jim – Miss Tina?
Tina – Huh …?
Jim – Minnie is ready!
Tina – Thanks, Jim!
She leaves the stable pulling Minnie by the rein. It was an angry kiss for sure. The kind of angry kiss that leaves you awake at night no matter how much you run on the treadmill. She mounts the mare.
Tina – Did she feel the same, Minnie?
She sighs with wonder … and excitement. Her heels lightly touch Minnie’s belly and they canter away toward the cabin.
Bette’s Cabin, morning: Tina and Minnie arrive at the cabin, where a red pickup truck is parked at the front. She frowns and dismounts. She ties Minnie to a tree.
Tina – I don’t think you can have fun today, Minnie.
She makes her way to the door and is about to knock when the it opens. Joanna is wearing a spring dress, holding a spatula on one hand and a cup of coffee on the other. The blonde looks shocked.
Joanna – Howdy …
Tina – Morning.
The blonde takes a peek into the cabin behind Joanna.
Tina – Is Bette there?
Joanna – She is sleeping.
The producer nods displeased.
Joanna – Aren’t you the actress?
Tina – Writer … and movie producer.
Joanna – Ahh …
She takes a sip of her coffee.