Between Riverside and Crazy - Act 1, Scene 1, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Stephen Adly Guirgis
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Junior appears, carrying a large box and a letter from the landlord, posted on the door. Initial conversation reveals that Junior is concerned about Pops drinking so early in the morning, and that Oswaldo is a recovering drinker who is trying to stay clean. Junior and Pops almost immediately get into a wide ranging argument: about whether Lulu is actually studying accounting the way Junior says she is; about whether Pops should keep his wife’s wheelchair (he says it’s “comfortable seating”) and keep using her good china and silver (Junior thinks he shouldn’t); and about whether Pops has any right telling Junior’s ex-wife anything about Junior’s life. Most significantly, they argue about whether Pops should keep up his business relationship with the lawyers Lubenthal and Lubenthal who are handling a lawsuit against the city that Pops has...

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