When Ron carelessly throws a burrito out of his car window at a passing motorcyclist, things get ugly and result in the motorcyclist kicking Ron’s dog Baxter off the highway bridge and into the sea. Devastated, Ron is unable to pull himself together in time to report the news. Seeing her chance, Veronica takes this chance to fill in for Ron’s news reporting. Not unpredictably, Veronica takes San Diego’s approval and is appointed co-anchorman, to Ron’s disgust. But Veronica seems to be getting too carried away, and one day she changes Ron’s news script, fooling him to say some very bad words on national television.
Tensions finally come to a head after Rico tries to sell Deb a breast-enhancement product, claiming it was Napoleon's suggestion, which causes her to break off their friendship. Rico is ultimately beaten up by the town's martial arts instructor after the instructor mistakenly believes that Rico is making advances on his wife. Kip, meanwhile, raises the money to pay for LaFawnduh to visit him from Detroit. She gives Kip a makeover, outfitting him in hip hop regalia, and the two leave together to return to Michigan. On the day of the class president elections, Pedro gives an unimpressive speech before the student body.
The day of Santiago Nasar's death also happens to be the day the Bishop plans to come by boat, to bless the marriage of Angela Vicario and Bayardo San Roman—though his blessings, as the reader learns later on, will be of no use. As the town prepares for the Bishop's arrival, Angela's twin brothers Pedro and Pablo sit in the local milk shop in order to watch for Santiago, so that they may carry out their plans to murder him. The reader gradually learns of Angela Vicario's story: her groom, Bayardo San Roman, was a foreigner who had come to town to find a bride. After finding Angela, Bayardo decided to marry her; his wealthy status compared with the relative poverty of the Vicarios left no choice for Angela's freedom, and thus they were planned to wed. The night before the wedding day, festivities in preparation for the wedding had taken place at a local whorehouse run by Maria Alejandrina Cervantes, where the narrator had partied with Santiago and the Vicario twins until the early morning.
Sheryl, however, insists that they "let Olive be Olive", and Olive goes on stage. She joyfully performs the dance routine that her Grandpa Edwin had secretly choreographed for her: a burlesque performance to Rick James' song "Super Freak", innocently oblivious to the scandalized and horrified reaction of the audience. The organizers are enraged and demand Sheryl and Richard remove Olive from the stage. Instead, one by one the members of the family join Olive on stage, dancing alongside her. The family is next seen outside the hotel's security office where a police officer tells them that they are free to leave as long as Olive never again enters a beauty pageant in the state of California.
One day, she gets into a nightclub where tries to perform, only to be kicked out by the owner. Billie, who soon becomes worn out from her job at the brothel, becomes a prostitute. After she gains enough from prostitution, she goes back to the nightclub where she was once kicked out and preforms with another group. The owner tries to kick out Billie once again but when she goes over to talk to the Piano Man, who starts to play a song and Billie begins to sing, which catches the attention of the owner, Jerry. Jerry then, books Holiday for a show at the nightclub.
However, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern do not realize and they become part of the play. We see Rosencrantz and Guildenstern on a boat, after entertaining themselves with games, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern read the letter they are to deliver, and discover that it orders Hamlet's death. Pirates attack the
The captain secretly messes this up by having the officers of the duel load neither weapon and by claiming a misfire when neither one shoots. Hornblower later discovers the trick and angrily attempts to challenge the captain to a duel; the captain scolded him that this is both an offence and a bad idea. The captain later has him transferred to the command of Edward Pellew on HMS Indefatigable after war is declared with France. On the ship the Indefatigable, the newly positioned Midshipman Hornblower seizes the French ship Marie Galante, carrying a load of rice from New Orleans, by order of Captain Pellew after winning it in battle. It is Hornblower's first time in command of a ship since joining the Royal Navy.
Her husband is again forced to go steal some of the plant from the garden next door in order to satisfy his wife. This time the man is caught by a wicked witch of a woman that owns the garden. She knows he had stolen her plants and she agrees to let him take more for his wife, but as punishment she tells him that once his child is born it is to be turned over to her. After the baby is born she is turned over to the evil woman. She locks the child, Rapunzel, away in a tower on her twelfth birthday once she begins maturing.
Soon after her fathers death Emily starts to date a much younger man who is in town to work on the sidewalks. His name is Homer Barron, and he is known to enjoy the company of men, but is not the marrying kind. The town is totally against the affair and tries to bring in Emily’s cousins to put an end to their relationship. Next, the story tells how Emily is finally seen outside her home buying rat poison. The town’s people think she is going to kill herself because Homer had put an end to their relationship.
This guy’s name turns out to be Henry Roth, a womanizing veterinarian that works on the island of Oahu, Hawaii and frequently romances female tourist. While he is out on his boat one day the boat just happens to breakdown forcing him to travel to the shore and wait on the coastguard to arrive. While he is ashore he comes across a restaurant called the Hukilau Café. In this restaurant he spots an attractive girl, Lucy Whitmore, who he attempts to hit on. They have good chemistry and both agree to meet tomorrow morning.