A Visit from the Goon Squad - Chapter 3: Ask Me if I Care Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Egan
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Chapter 3: Ask Me if I Care Summary

This chapter is from the point of view of Rhea, a friend of Bennie's in his younger years.

Scotty drives his truck to Alice's house. Alice points out the all-girls school she attended. Alice's sisters go to school there now. Once the group of people - Scotty, Bennie, Jocelyn, Rhea, and Alice are in the house, Scotty asks if he can see Alice's sisters who are asleep. Jocelyn tells rhea that she bets Alice's sisters are blonde because all rich girls are blonde. It has something to do with vitamins. Jocelyn turns out to be wrong as one of the girls has dark hair. When Rhea points out the girl with dark hair, Jocelyn says the girl is a black sheep.

Rhea explains the era:

"Nineteen eighty is almost here, thank God. The hippies are getting old...

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