The Home Wrecker – the woke version

Title: The Relationship Consultant

[The scene opens with a phone ringing. A person picks up.]

Caller: Hello?

Character 1: Hi, yes, is this the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson?

Caller: Yes, it is. May I ask who’s calling?

Character 1: Of course, my name is Alex, and I’m a relationship consultant. I specialize in resolving conflicts and fostering healthy communication in relationships.

Caller: Oh, um, okay. How can I help you?

Character 1: Well, I’ve been informed that there might be some discord in your relationship, and I’m here to offer my assistance in any way possible.

Caller: [Skeptical] Really? I mean, we’ve been going through some rough patches lately, but how did you know?

Character 1: It’s my job to be aware of these things and to reach out to provide support when needed. Would you be open to discussing what’s been troubling you?

Caller: I suppose so. [Reluctantly] But I’m not sure how much it would help.

Character 1: Trust me, a fresh perspective and some constructive guidance can often make a significant difference. So, what seems to be the main issue in your relationship?

[The conversation continues, with Character 1 offering compassionate and understanding advice, focusing on communication, empathy, and mutual respect. The tone is supportive and non-judgmental throughout.]

Caller: Wow, I never thought about it that way. You’ve given me a lot to think about.

Character 1: I’m glad I could provide some clarity. Remember, relationships require effort from both parties, but with open communication and a willingness to understand each other’s perspectives, you can overcome any obstacle.

Caller: Thank you so much for your help. I feel like we might have a chance to work through this now.

Character 1: That’s what I’m here for. If you ever need further assistance or guidance, don’t hesitate to reach out. Take care, and I wish you both the best on your journey toward a healthier, happier relationship.

[The call ends with the caller feeling hopeful and empowered to address their relationship issues in a constructive manner.]

[End of skit.]