In this monologue, Lorraine is speaking to her therapist about the answers to life's problems. She ends by telling her therapist that he smells bad and that it's detrimental to his patients' mental health.
AuthorName: Sam Henry Kass
This monologue takes place at the end of a scene between Lorraine and Rita. Lorraine tells Rita that she is just as unhappy with her life as Lorraine and that she should stop pretending otherwise.
Lorraine is speaking to her therapist. She asks him to do the talking for a change. She also tells him that she's angry at him for not answering her calls from jail.
In this monologue, Lorraine describes a sexual encounter she had with a man she met outside outside a diner. The entire thing took less than a minute.
Age Range: 30s - Early
Dialects: Standard American
PlayName: Lusting After Pipino's Wife
Rating: Contains adult content
Copyright Status: Copyrighted