Today on Quantum Vibe: Business development Strip 676 - Click strip above to goto the next strip.
First Seen: Wed 2013-09-25
Story & Art: Scott Bieser - Colors: Zeke Bieser Sci-Fi Adventure Monday & Thursday.
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Re-establish the scene, with more of a focus on Ed seated in his chair, as he begins his narration.
Ed: Chelsea and I are – or I suppose were – Vesta Vista Development employees.
Ed: Actually I worked for a subcontractor, in business development, whereas Chelsea worked directly in data management.
Antigone: 'Business development?'
Antigone, Nicole and Ed
Ed: Okay, we spied on competitors, mostly, and also kept track of mercorp doings.
Ed: I sometimes passed reports through Chelsea, which is how we met.
Begin flashback sequence, cameo of Ed in the corner: Chelsea is speaking with Nina Levin in her office.
Ed: Chelsea was an assistant to Nina Levin, who was an assistant to Richard Frumm, who is vice present of operations for the company.
Ed: Her job was to compile reports coming in from various sources for Levin to review.
Scene of Ed and Chelsea on a dinner date.
Caption (Ed): 'Chelsea and I had been dating for a standard year, kind of on the downlow. We became engaged about 50 days ago.
Caption (Ed): 'Recently Chelsea seemed stressed, but didn't want to talk about it.'