Dahlia (Jane Wilde) carefully examines a contract while an elderly man, Roger, sits across from her in silence. The atmosphere is business-like as Dahlia flips the pages, though the discomfort between them is undeniable.
It soon turns out that Roger is her parent and that shortly before retirement he agreed to hand over his business (worth billions) to Dahlia. But there is one condition … Dahlia is a lesbian and Roger – a man of old-fashioned beliefs – refuses to sign the company until Dahlia marries and marries a man in the expectation that Dahlia will produce an heir. For this they have drawn up a contract, and if Dahlia wants to continue enjoying her luxurious lifestyle, she has to agree to the terms. But when Dahlia finally signs the papers, her eyes sparkle defiantly …
Weeks later, Dahlia brings her new husband, Rick (Dante Colle), to see Roger and demonstrate that she has kept her end of the contract. But it is clear that their marriage is just one for convenience, though Roger doesn’t seem to notice or care, just worried that his terms are met. However, Roger notices that something is wrong when Dahlia easily says they consummated their marriage, especially given the fact that she was defiant beforehand. Then Dahlia carelessly offers to let Roger watch them repeat the deed if he doesn’t believe her.
Instead of pretending to be joking, Roger accepts Dahlia’s offer to watch her – after all, his agenda is more important to him than his discomfort. He doesn’t know, he’s playing right into the hands of Dahlia and Rick.