• Gould sits in his new office reading a play.
• Fox enters.
• Gould announces that he is slightly unhappy with his new position.
• Fox finds out the production terms of Gould's new position as Head of Production.
• Fox pitches an idea to Gould, which Gould quickly interrupts.
• Gould expresses hurt that Fox is not there to congratulate him and dismay that everyone wants something produced.
• Once Fox congratulates Gould, Gould hears his pitch.
• Picking up the phone, Gould sets a meeting to pitch the project to the head of the studio.
• Worried that Gould will betray him, Fox reminds Gould of his loyalty.
• The men discuss their friendship and history together as they wait for the meeting.
• The studio head reschedules the meeting for the next day.
• The men discuss the money they will make if this film is produced.
• Fox takes a look at what Gould is...
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