Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: The Stanley Springs Matter, Scenes 6-8
A surprising tip:
Johnny is having a hard time finding his supposed whistleblower, Phillips. When Anne gets off work at 4 in the morning, he talks to her. He takes the risk of blowing his cover to earn her trust. He lets her know who he really is and why he’s there. By doing this, he finds out what Anne knows. Phillips is, indeed, the whistleblower – the one who sent the mysterious note. Surprisingly, it is through a tip from Childs that he finds Phillips. Why does the company seem to want him to find some things out? It’s a real ‘cat and mouse game’ that the Stanley Springs company is playing with Johnny – letting him think he’s getting close to rescuing Phillips, getting word out, and escaping from Stanley Springs, but all the while controlling how much Johnny can really do. Steger and the company believe that, in the end, they will crush Johnny and prevent him from reaching his goal.
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After you listen:
Johnny knows for sure that Phillips is the whistleblower, but he isn’t able to protect him. Phillips is dead and Anne is likely the next target… or is she really the ‘femme fatale’? Have you figured that out yet? When Johnny found Phillips dead, he also found something that proved to him that it wasn’t suicide. But he called it a worthless piece of evidence. What could it be? What did the killer leave behind at the crime scene? And if it proved to Johnny that it wasn’t suicide, why does he call it ‘worthless’ — of no value? Any guesses? Leave your comments below.