Sorry, Wrong Number Quotes

Lucille Fletcher
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It’s my husband’s office. He’s working late tonight, and I’m all alone here in the house. My health is very poor –and I’ve been feeling so nervous all day….
-- Mrs. Stevenson (Chapter 1 paragraph 6)

Importance: Here, Mrs. Stevenson reveals two important facts. First, she is an invalid and in poor health. Second, her husband is working late. Both are key pieces of information that will inform the future plot of the play.

A knife will be okay. And remember –remove the rings and bracelets, and the jewelry in the bureau drawer. Our client wishes it to look like a simple robbery.
-- 1st Man (Chapter 1 paragraph 26)

Importance: Here, Mrs. Stevenson overhears a murder plot being hatched, and the plan to make it look like a robbery. Because of this, it will be difficult to find a motive behind the murder.

This was a wrong number. And you dialed it. And we’ve got to find out what...
-- Mrs. Stevenson (Chapter 1 paragraph 35)

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