Employee: Hello, how can I help you?
Mike: Hi. I would like to make a dinner reservation for two for this upcoming Saturday.
Employee: Let me see if we have any openings on that evening.
Mike: Alright, then.
Employee: Is seven o'clock okay, sir?
Mike: Can we do eight instead?
Employee: No, I'm sorry. We are all booked after eight o'clock.
Mike: Seven o'clock is fine, then.
Employee: Can I have your name, please?
Mike: Mike Smith.
Employee: Alright, Mr. Smith. I have you for dinner for two this Saturday at 7:00
p.m. Is this correct?
Mike: Yes, thank you.
Employee: Okay. Thank you for calling. We look forward to seeing you this Saturday.
Have a good night.
(Maria walks into the living room where Mike was. She had gone to the restroom while Mike was making the dinner reservation.)
Maria: Did you make the reservation?
Mike: No, they were all booked.
(Mike subtly smirks.)
Maria: You're lying, aren't you?
Mike: Yes, I am. We have a reservation for two at seven o'clock this Saturday.
Maria: Seven at night, right?
Mike: No, we're having breakfast.
Maria: Stop with your lies already! You're not funny.
(Mike and Maria start laughing.)
Mike: So, what are you going to wear?
Maria: Maybe a dress.
Mike: Which one?
Maria: The one you like.
Mike: I like all your dresses.
Maria: The one I wore on our second date.
Mike: I remember that one. I love that dress.
Maria: Do you remember what color the dress was?
Mike: Sure, I do. It was black.
Maria: You have a pretty good memory.
Mike: How can I ever forget?
Maria: What are you wearing?
Mike: I'm not sure yet. Do you want to decide on what to wear?
Maria: Sure. Let's go to the bedroom closet.