Blue Surge - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

Rebecca Gilman
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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

It is two hours later and Curt is sitting at his kitchen table drinking a beer with the lights out. Beth comes in and is startled to find him sitting in the dark. She confesses that she came to wait for him. Curt tells her that he thought she would never speak to him again. Beth asks him again about Sandy. He tells her nothing happened between Sandy and him. She's not sure whether or not to believe him.

Curt is apparently on a mission of self-destruction as he proceeds to elaborate on how he feels about Beth and her rich family. He believes the rich are twisted, because they will call the police when they are robbed of even the smallest, unimportant objects. Curt says that most of the time when he arrives at the scene they cannot even remember...

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