The bake sale is wrapping up and the four women are clearing up their
LILA (COOKIES) Are you alright?
MAE (PIE) Fine.
Mae angrily shoves things into her bag.
LILA (COOKIES) You don't seem fine.
MAE (PIE) This is your fault. If you hadn't been selling your cheap cookies, and givin' away samples to everybody, I wouldn't have dropped my price. I would have got full price!
LILA (COOKIES) I didn't make you do anything! You could have kept your original price. You could have held out for two fifty. You could have gone to another bake sale tomorrow!
MAE But it would be day-old pie! Who wants that?
JULIA (BROWNIE) She's right. If you hadn't waved your sample plate around, I wouldn't have sold the batch I was saving for church.
LILA (COOKIES) You didn't have to sell if you didn't want to.
MAE (PIE) I heard you saying stuff about my pie. You said I
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