Bob and Margaret have been invited to Neil and Moira's for dinner, or so they think.
Bob and Margaret are offered some wine, and demolish a small bowl of peanuts. When their hosts suggest a board game, the penny finally drops, No dinner! The game involves decision-making on moral matters. Bob's first question, whether he would agree to visit a massage parlor if in Thailand on business, sets the cat among the pigeons. Things go from bad to worse, with accusations flying. Finally it is Margaret's turn: "Neil. You are invited to friends' for dinner several times, and always given beautiful, carefully prepared food. Eventually, feeling slightly guilty, you invite those friends back to your house. Do you give them a nice dinner, similar to what you've received from them, or do you give them some stale nuts and a glass of vinegar disguised as wine?" She then accuses them of being selfish, rude and dull, and storms out. Bob, left there alone, nervously thanks them for the evening, and follows Margaret out the door.
Later, as they devour a Chinese takeout, Bob and Margaret thrash out one more moral dilemma.
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