(cash register sounds)
CH: That'll be $57.34, please.
CU: I have my supermarket courtesy card with me.
CH: Let me just scan that.
CH: Your total is $51.30. Your courtesy card has given you six dollars and 4 cents in savings.
CU: That's great.
CH: Oh, and I see you're only 25 dollars away from getting your certificate for a free turkey or ham.
CU: Very good. Thank you.
CH: And the register says the film you dropped off at the photo center is ready.
CU: Oh, really. I'll have to pick that up.
CH: Make sure you have them scan your courtesy card when you pay. The register says some of the photos were over-exposed and quite a number of them are shots of your thumb.
CU: Darn it, you know, it's a new camera and I'm still...wait a second, the register says that?
CH: Yes. Oh-oh. You tried to use an expired coupon last seek. Shame, shame.
CU: That was an accident. How does the cash register even know that?
CH: Oh, I see here you have some books are overdue at the library.
CU: Now, just a minute. That's none of your concern. And I returned those books.
CH: That's not what it says here. And, apparently, your son is flunking geometry.
CU: That's enough. Just give me back my card. I don't need this kind of intrusion.
CH: Thank you for shopping of Orwell's.
AN: We at Orwell Grocers think every customer is our business. Whether it's the zip code you live in or the fact that you're a wanted fugitive, we need to know, to better serve you. At Orwell Grocers we make your business our business.
CU: Orwell Grocers, they're coming to get you and your patronage.