In tact II, scene I of Spike Heels, when Georgie and Lydia are speaking/yelling at each other, what is Georgie's objective? What is her purpose in the scene?

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The play Spike Heels presents an engaging examination of love and contemporary relationships. Andrew and Lydia are in a relationship, although Lydia is concerned that Andrew wants to postpone their impending marriage. Andrew’s neighbor Georgie confides in him that her boss, Edward, has made unwanted sexual advances toward her, and Andrew confesses to giving permission to Edward to pursue her.

Georgie changes clothes in front of Andrew, which makes him feel uncomfortable. She also tries to seduces Andrew, which sets up the sexual tension between them.

In act II, scene I, Georgie and Lydia argue. Lydia feels jealous of Georgie because of her proximity to Andrew as his neighbor and confidant. She is also suspicious that Georgie and Andrew have had sex, which may be the driver behind Andrew’s cold feet.

During the argument, which ranges from a heated conversation to outright contentious, Georgie reveals her feelings of inferiority, as it’s clear that Lydia thinks she is better than...

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