Between Riverside and Crazy - Act 1, Scene 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Stephen Adly Guirgis
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After Junior and Lulu are gone, O’Connor comments on how Lulu calls Pops “Dad”, and he says everyone does - he’s just used to it.

Conversation briefly turns to the fact that O’Connor and Caro have just gotten engaged to be married. They tell the story of how Caro got lucky in an after-hours poker game (that he says involved a famous celebrity), won $30,000, and spent every penny of it on an engagement ring. After Pops congratulates them, O’Connor says it’s time to leave, but Caro wants to stay and talk more. O’Connor tries to get him to be quiet, but Caro insists, and eventually Pops agrees with him.

O’Connor then tries to convince Pops to give up his civil lawsuit. Conversation reveals that the lawsuit has been brought against the City because Pops felt...

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