A young couple emerge from another area of the house to the kitchen, their arms around each other’s waists as they snuggle and talk warmly while they walk. The man, Sammy (Will Pounder), is telling his beloved, Angela (Bobbi Dylan), an anecdote about the staircase from his childhood, such as when he fell and almost split his head against the banister. Angela smiles at the anecdote and remarks that it’s a good thing he’s much calmer now.
He’s interrupted by the sound of the front door unlocking and opening, and heavy boots stepping in before closing the door again. Little bro, you in here? a voice calls out. ‘We’re in the kitchen!’ Sammy calls out in reply. Some shuffling sounds can be heard as Sammy waits excitedly, gripping his nervous-looking fiancee’s hands, until eventually a man in a cop uniform, Dirk, steps into the kitchen.
The cop holds out his arms and scoops Sammy into a big bear hug, and then ruffles his little brother’s head with his hand after releasing him from the hug. Watch the hair! Sammy says with a chuckle and tries to straighten it out. Dirk then turns to Angela — so, this must be her! he remarks. ‘Angela’, right? She smiles and nervously says hi, it’s a pleasure to meet him, and holds out her hand to shake his. He brushes her hand away saying please, they’re practically family at this point, and holds out his arms to hug her. Pleasantly flustered, Angela leans in to the hug and they embrace warmly. After a couple of seconds though, Dirk’s hand crawls down the side of her back to wrap around her waist, making the hug unexpectedly intimate. Angela’s eyes shift to looking unsure and a bit uncomfortable as they hug for a second or two longer before breaking. Sammy has told him so much about her, Dirk says, he’s glad they’re finally getting to meet after all this time.
Sammy tells his older brother that they had a special reason to come out and visit today, he has some exciting news. He takes his fiancee’s hand and holds it up, showing the ring to his brother — he’s proposed! Dirk grins and congratulates them both, in truth he kind of expected this might happen, and jokes that she’s practically stolen his brother away from him at this point, he hardly gets to see him anymore! Sammy says that he knows, and he’s sorry — in fact, that’s why he’s so excited for Dirk to finally meet Angela, because… well, he was hoping for his brother’s blessing for the wedding.
Dirk says he’s touched, and he can’t wait to get to know Angela during their visit. But they can get to all that later, this calls for a celebration! They should have a feast, his treat of course, whatever they’d like. Sammy asks what Dirk wants, and he says anything, he’s worked all day and he’s starving! He tells his younger brother there are some take-out menus in the other room if he wants to get them. Sammy says sure, and heads off to get them from the other room. As he leaves, Dirk puts his hand on Angela’s shoulder, at first it looks reassuring but then he leans in close to her ear and it begins to look more threatening. ‘I know what you did,’ he says in a low voice right near her ear – her eyes widen with worry as he straightens himself back up and pretends like nothing happened. Sammy comes back into the room a moment later and they start discussing food options, but the sound starts to drown out as the camera closes in on Angela’s terrified face.
‘Well, what do you think, love?’ Sammy says, snapping Angela out of her worried thoughts. Huh? Oh, sorry, she mutters, and shakes her head a bit to snap out of it. Sammy repeats a couple of takeout options they’re deciding between, and trying to pretend she’s fine, she smiles and gives her opinion picking one of the options. Great choice! Dirk says as he announces what he wants from the menu. After they decide what they want, Dirk says that he wants to get to know Angela better — why doesn’t Sammy go pick up the food for them? He’s a big, strong boy. Angela shoots a quick, worried glance over to him before catching herself. After all, Dirk continues, isn’t the whole point of their trip over here for him to get to know her better? It’s a perfect chance for them to bond a little… and swap embarrassing stories about him, Dirk jokes. Ha-ha, Sammy says with playful sarcasm, but that’s not a bad idea — what about Angela, he asks her, would that be okay with her? She steals another glance at Dirk who meets her glance and shoots her a knowing look. Um, sure, she guesses that’s fine! she says trying to mask her discomfort. But is Sammy sure he can carry all the food back himself? Sammy says yeah, no problem, and she looks a bit disappointed but tries not to show it. Okay, she says, well hurry back! She doesn’t want to miss him for too long! ‘Haha, isn’t she great?’ Sammy says to his brother as he grabs his keys and heads towards the front door — be back soon, he calls out and waves back to them.
Once the front door closes, Dirk casually asks Angela how long she’s known Sammy. She says it’s been two years. Well, she certainly puts on a good act, he remarks. Angela tries to play innocent, saying she has no idea what he’s talking about. He tells her to cut the crap, seeming much less charismatic than before and more authoritative. He’s a police officer in case she forgot, he says sarcastically while gesturing at his uniform, did she think he wouldn’t find out about her past? Angela scowls and says he’s a pig, but Dirk just smirks. He gets called that by perps all the time, so he’s used to it.
She shrinks back a bit, and asks how he found out about about her. He explains that it was easy, she’s plastered all over his brother’s social media so he had no trouble getting her last name, and from there he just used… certain work resources to look her up, there was no way he was going to let his brother get so serious with a girl without doing a little digging. Is that even legal? she asks nervously. He chuckles and avoids the question — she’s one to talk about what’s legal, with a past like hers, stretching even from juvie to jail after she turned 18. Theft? Armed robbery? Solicitation? She was a busy little beaver, he jokes, or at least had a busy little beaver. That was a long time ago, she protests, she cleaned up her entire life, she’s different now. She’s changed! He’s heard about rehabilitation, right?
Is that so? Dirk smirks. Yes, Angela says desperately, she swears it! Dirk asks, so then surely she TOLD his younger brother about her past then, right? Angela looks nervous — well, no, not exactly, she admits. Dirk looks proud of himself, and says he didn’t think so. Angela pleads for him to try to understand, that’s all in the past, she’s not that person anymore! Dirk says he’s not so sure, if she’s lying to her own fiance then who knows what else she’s capable of doing. She insists she didn’t think any of that mattered anymore! Dirk corrects her — she means she didn’t think Sammy would find out, she means. If she really didn’t think it mattered, she’d have told Sammy. But what if she finds out about aaaaall the random men she’s slept with, all the dirty filthy things she’s let perverts do to her, and how she lied about it all along… is she worried he might think less of her — or even, might not want to marry her anymore — if he finds out? Angela says of course he’d still want to marry her, they’re in love, but she doesn’t sound convinced of that herself. Dirk laughs and says that’s the worst lie she’s told yet. She’s completely terrified of Sammy finding out. Which means she’ll do anything for Dirk to keep her secret — and there’s only one thing that he wants, he says while grabbing at his package.
Time’s ticking by, and she can kiss his blessing goodbye – not to mention risk losing her fiance entirely – if she doesn’t do what he wants. Reluctantly, she agrees to do it, swearing it’s for Sammy’s sake. At least SHE cares about Sammy! Sure thing, Dirk says as he whips out his dick, whatever she has to tell herself to rest easy at night.