Shelly: Hey do you like this hideous shirt that none of us would ever wear but makes a good reference to the plot device?
Dana: Well, a a sophisticated gal from New York City whose mother is a fashion buyer, I am truly offended this is in my presence. I’m going to call Laine Cummings.
Faith: I am a sassy black girl, so you need to talk to the hand!
Shelly: Really y’all, why won’t you humor a country bumpkin like me? Remember, we PROMISED to tell the truth for the whole weekend!
Dana: Wait, why did we promise to do that again?
Shelly: Shelly, don’t you remember? Allison, who is our dorm mother, had her cousin visiting. She was doing a sociology experiment to see what happens when people tell the truth all the time.
Faith: is that even ethical? And is that even sociology? Why is our dorm mother using us so her cousin can do her homework?
Dana: Who cares? it will be sure to get us into some hijinks that will create drama for us and make us the center of attention in our dorm.
Shelly: Yea, like how I’ll just happen to be walking by the headmistress’ house when she has a heart attack, and then I drive her to the hospital and drive her car home, people will think I stole her car and I’ll be grounded, but I won’t tell the truth because I promised someone’s cousin I wouldn’t!
Dana: yea, and it will probably cause some sort of love triangle for me, which I love being known for.
Faith: Fuck that noise. I just need to get through the weekend without revealing to Shelley that her dumb country girl act is getting old.
Shelly: Well, whatever happens, we certainly won’t be doing any homework, and life suuuuure will be more interesting here at Canby Hall! Where we live! Where all the fun happens!
Dana: Well, despite not being ethical and causing so much trouble, we should probably stick out the experiment, because I am sure we will all learn a big lesson and it will just make our friendship stronger.
Faith: I know! And did we mention that it’s amazing how the three of us are all great friends, even though we are so different?