When Willy arrives, he refuses to listen to Biff, which angers him. Happy tries to get Biff to lie to his father, which Biff slightly does. Willy falls into another flashback hallucination, one in which his son discovers his affair with a potential customer in Boston. From that moment on, Biff had never looked at his father the same. Back in the Lowman residence, Linda scolds her sons for abandoning her father back at the restaurant.
Sara found out that Hitch was a “date doctor” Sara then blame Hitch for being the reason her friend is dumped. When Sara finds out what Hitch does for a living they go out on a date and Sara explains that she knows what he does for a living now. At this point she does not give Hitch the time to explain himself. When Hitch shows up at a speed dating event they briefly exchange words but again they don’t really communicate and work things out. Later Sara goes to Hitch’s house to say she is sorry but he just blows her off.
When the Ormunds arrive, Mr Farrant is startled to realise that they are his new employers; the Ormunds are starting a school, and have already appointed him as headmaster. They chat briefly, but Mr Ormund does not take to him, and expresses reservations to his wife. Dr Görtler joins the Ormunds and unnerves them by asking strangely accurate questions about their feelings of déjà vu. When Görtler has gone to bed, Sally explains to the other guests the inexplicably successful predictions the professor had made that afternoon about their identities. Act II Mr Farrant and Mrs Ormund go out walking for the day.
Jim O’Connor was Tom Wingfield’s potential escape from his mom. Earlier on in the story, Amanda makes a deal with Tom that if he can find his socially challenged sister, Laura, a husband to take care of her, he can leave and never come back. When Jim comes, he leads Laura on and gives her and everyone else the impression that he likes her. But at the last minute, he tells everyone that he is engaged to be married and then makes a hasty exit. Shortly thereafter, Tom and Amanda get into an argument and Tom abandons them right then and there out of anger.
The story ends suddenly with Doreen telling everybody that he is a salesman. The total absence of good will between husband and wife is clearly seen straight away: “What are you doing here?’’ Doreen said when she saw him sitting there in the coffee shop and later she says: “Don’t talk to me now. I’m busy.” With only those two sentences you can already see how they’re relationship is. Earl is very embarrassed when two men in business suits are talking about his wife’s weight. So he just sits quietly and hopes the two men won’t see the connection between him and his wife, and that is also why he say goodbye to his wife, when he leaves.
During this support group session, Hazel can’t help to notice Augustus staring at her. Augustus states he had cancer but no longer has it, but his cancer took his leg with it. By the end of the session, Augustus is trying to woo Hazel into coming to his house to see the movie ‘V for Vendetta’ because he believes Hazel looks like Natalie Portman. Hazel agrees, being oddly interested in the boy, goes to his house to see the movie. Upon arriving to his house, he begins to ask her questions about herself—her story, her likes, her dislikes.
“They’re Not Your Husband” is a short story by Raymond Carver, where he writes about the man named Earl Ober, who is an unemployed salesman, with his wife (Doreen) working as a waitress, at a 24-hour coffee shop. After a night of drinking as he usually does he goes to see the place where his wife works. Here he is treated like a nuisance by his wife. Two men start talking about his wife’s weight and this bothers Earl greatly. He decides to let Doreen know that she (he) has a problem with her weight.
He is not excited to receive the Sacrament but the collection, so he can go see James Cagney at the local theater. He receives First Communion but his grandma won’t let him get his collection until he has had his First Communion breakfast. He ends up throwing his breakfast up along with the host from his Communion. Now his grandma wants him to ask the priest how to clean it up in confession. This is one of the more comical parts of the chapter.
However the wife leaves, confining the husband to his home alone. In this poem the husband takes on a stereotypical role in the marriage by being the stronger person of the relationship. He strives for control of the situation and pretends to not care much that he just buried his son. He hides his emotions and changes the subject to the rot he found on the fence. At first he wonders why his wife is crying and becomes angry with him, but once she explodes at him, confessing all her feelings, and threatens to leave him, he states that, “There, you have said it all and you feel better.
For instance, she is looking forward to the moment when the narrator can be fending for himself, and when she realize its Saturday she quickly tells him he can’t be in the house because Dan is coming. Dan is Kay’s boyfriend, and Dan surely doesn’t like the narrator, since he has to leave the house every time he comes over, yet another sign that his mother doesn’t care about him, because reasonable parents would never date a person, who hate their kids. We also get an insight where the narrator called his mother a whore and she hit him with a bottle. Later in the story, Kay realizes what an effect Dan had on the narrator and decided to end it with Dan, she also finds sketches of the graffiti the narrator has been working on, and realized it was her son, who was the one committing crime in the city. Still Kay takes all the blame for misdirection of their