Allen and Ann Sweet have been married for three years, being nearly inseparable. Then, a conflict about money appears between the two of them, causing a huge tension for the first time. Allen had used the money that Ann had been saving. Ann soon finds this out, and she is furious that Allen hadn’t asked her or at least told her afterwards. She decides to confront him at dinner, and they both end up having a big argument. Allen finally decides to just leave without warning to take a walk around. After some time to cool down, they start regretting the horrible things they said to each other, and they both rush from where they are to find each other. Apologizing, they both promise never to hide anything from each other again.
Yes, I was just about to ask you what was wrong, dear.
Allen, there's something I need to talk to you about.
How could you steal my money like that? I thought I could trust you!
And to think that you've probably went behind my back several times.
I've never done such a thing! Now you're just accusing me of things that I've never done!
I'm so tired of this. I'm leaving!
Fine by me!
Oh my goodness, is this why he took some of my money?!