Bucky F*&ing Dent - Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

David Duchovny
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Marty and Ted have a conversation about marijuana, and Marty explains that he smoked pot with Alex Ginsberg, became paranoid and never smoked it again. They get in an argument where Marty states that Ted's mother loved him enough for the both of them. Ted explains that he was a sick baby. Marty asks what Ted wants him to apologize for and Ted does not state an answer. Ted, still high, apologies to his father for being a disappointment and kisses his father goodnight. He compares his father to a nightshade.

Ted dreams of the Playboy model that he fantasized about in his youth. He awakens to the smell of smoke and finds Marty burning all of his advertisements. We learn that Marty was a big deal in the advertising community and created slogans for Volkswagen and Double-Mint Gum. Marty explains that his...

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