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List of Characters:
Sylvester: The narrator of the story, portrayed in song by R. Kelly. Recently had a one-night stand with Cathy.
Cathy: A woman who has had a one-night stand with Sylvester.
Rufus: Cathy’s husband, a pastor, who is secretly carrying on a homosexual affair with Chuck.
Chuck: A deacon who has been secretly carrying on an affair with Rufus.
Gwendolyn: Sylvester’s wife, who has been secretly carrying on an affair with James.
Twan: Gwendolyn’s brother, recently discharged from prison.
James: A policeman who has been carrying on a secret affair with Gwendolyn.
Bridget: James’s wife, who has been secretly carrying on an affair with Big Man.
Big Man: A little person who works as a stripper and is secretly carrying on an affair with Bridget.
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