Just Working My Way Through the Cliches
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"No harm no foul, just one party under the influence, who kissed and groped another party, who had appeared to enjoy it much more than they ought, and now both parties would proceed like nothing happened. Because nothing had."
Following an ill-judged escapade under the influence of drugged wine, Billy tries to flirt with Goodnight with increasingly disastrous results.
Sam saw how it was of course, in a single glance. The way Goody held himself, defiant and tense at Billy’s introduction, the silent way his eyes darted from Billy to the group, to Sam, protective and wary. Sam obviously had the advantage of knowledge, of Goody’s character, of his inclinations, but once you knew the signs were easy to spot.
“That’s how it is, you and him?” he asks later, jutting his chin towards Billy on the other side of the fire and Goodnight’s shakes his head quickly.
“Ain't nothing like that, and he doesn't know a thing about it so don’t go telling tales and giving him ideas either.”
In which Sam, by means of Faraday, basically trolls Billy and Goodnight into confessing their feelings.