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

Stephen Adly Guirgis
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Pops is in his bedroom, still hooked up to electronic monitoring equipment. He is attended to by a male nurse, (played by the actor who played Oswaldo). O’Connor sits by Pops’ bedside, while Lulu sits outside the bedroom, at the front door. Junior insists to the Church Lady that she’s not welcome. During their confrontation, Caro arrives. After he goes in, Junior closes and locks the door in the Church Lady’s face.

After a brief conversation with Lulu, Caro goes into Pops’ bedroom, where he reveals that the City and Pops’ lawyer (Lubenthal) have come to an agreement on a settlement of Pops’ lawsuit. In exchange for Pops signing a non-disclosure agreement, he will be allowed to remain in his apartment rent free for another 18 months; Junior’s criminal record will be wiped clean; other “activities” that have been going...

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