All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 62 Summary & Analysis

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The second date between Herriot and Helen Alderson has arrived. This time, Herriot picks the cinema, figuring nothing can go wrong. He soon finds out he was incorrect. The theater owner is almost late opening the theater, and the usher is the daughter of a farmer Herriot knows well. She thinks it's hilarious that Herriot is out on a date and brings them to the "courting seats," which do not have an arm between them. She continues to snicker from a distance.

As the movie is about to start, a man in front of Herriot turns around and begins berating him for misdiagnosing his animal. Herriot can't remember who the man is, but he is relieved when the picture starts. Soon after, a man comes in the back door of the theater and wanders up to Herriot's row, obviously very drunk. He collapses on Herriot and then...

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