Mr. Brown: Hey there.
Trillium: [looks up from her home work] Oh! Hey! Hey, I'm sorry, just doing some homework.
Mr. Brown: Hmm-mm.
Trillium: How are you?
Mr. Brown: Oh, doing good.
Mr. Brown: How are you?
Trillium: I'm great. Thank you. Uh, your wife is at the spa and I'm gonna be picking up the kids at 4 PM.
Mr. Brown: Oh, cool. You know what? You've been a great, great babysitter.
Trillium: Thank you Mr. Brown, that's very flattering.
Mr. Brown: You're very welcome. So, um, what are your plans for this weekend?
Trillium: I don't know. I was going to go to this music festival, but the tickets are pretty expensive, so I don't know now.
Mr. Brown: You know what? Here you go.
[he gives her some money for the tickets]
Mr. Brown: That should do.
Trillium: Oh my God, Mr. Brown. Thank you so much, I don't even know what to say. This is amazing.
Mr. Brown: It's all good. Trust me, it's all good. You like it when I take care of you?
Trillium: Yes, really nice The guys I usually date are always broke.
Mr. Brown: Hm-mm. I'm not broke. You take care of me, I take care of you
Trillium: Well, what would I have to do?
Mr. Brown: Aw, it's simple. While my wife is gone, You take care of me, and you'll have plenty, plenty of cash.