CLIFF: I can't feed my family on a promise. I need a letter stating that you have a steady income.
THEO: Where am I going to get that?
CLIFF: From your modeling agency.
THEO: I don't have one.
CLIFF: If you want to work as a model, you have to have an agent. But you're in luck. There happens to be a modeling agency right here in the lobby. Ask for Kitty La Rue.
THEO: Kitty La Rue. Thanks.
INT. LIVING ROOM--A MOMENT LATER (DAY 2)
(Cliff, Denise, Theo, Vanessa, Rudy)
(DENISE AND VANESSA ARE QUICKLY REARRANGING THE ROOM. THEY'RE PLACING THE COFFEE TABLE IN FRONT OF ONE OF THE CHAIRS TO LOOK LIKE A DESK)
CLIFF (O.S.): (LOUDLY)
You can't miss it. The modeling agency is right at the bottom of the stairs.
(VANESSA CROSSES TO THE CORRESPONDENCE DESK AND TURNS THE CHAIR AROUND AND SITS IN IT. THEO ENTERS DOWN THE STAIRS)
VANESSA: Welcome to the Firestone Modeling Agency.
THEO: This is the modeling agency?
VANESSA: Yes it is. I'm the receptionist, Kitty La Rue.
THEO: I thought you were Margo Farnsworth.
VANESSA: You must have me mistaken for someone else. Do you have an appointment?
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Publication information: Book title: Electronic Media Criticism:Applied Perspectives. Contributors: Peter B. Orlik - Author. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ. Publication year: 2000. Page number: 299.