s with you. How much will you take to teach me your secret?
JOSEPH. This time, sir, I will not be mercenary. I will make you a sporting proposition.
POTIPHAR. (_very much interested_) Good! What is it?
JOSEPH. I will toss up a coin, and let you call it. If you win, I will teach you the secret for nothing. And if you lose--
POTIPHAR. And if I lose, you keep your secret--
JOSEPH. Not merely that. If you lose, you will give me my freedom.
POTIPHAR. But I cannot get along without you, Joseph!
JOSEPH. I will continue to work for you on a salary basis.
POTIPHAR. Done! Where is your coin?
_Joseph takes a small coin from his wallet, flips it in the air, and covers it with his hand when it falls on the table. He looks up at Potiphar_.
POTIPHAR. Much depends on this. What shall I say?
JOSEPH. I know what you will say, sir.
POTIPHAR. Impossible! Tails.
_Joseph uncovers the coin. Potiphar bends over it_.
JOSEPH. (_without looking_) It is heads.
POTIPHAR. So it is! I lose--Jose