Colin Fischer - Chapter 15 - Epilogue: Two Doctors in Vienna, Human Behavior Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 - Epilogue: Two Doctors in Vienna, Human Behavior Summary

After school, Colin reports to detention. He doesn't mind sitting quietly and studying, but today's detention monitor, Mr. Turrentine, has other plans for his detainees: he gives each a scrub brush and assigns them a bathroom to clean. Colin, though finding the task and his blue scrub brush distasteful, finds a talent for attacking the dirt like a problem to be solved. His solitude is broken when Eddie and Rudy enter the bathroom. Colin hides in a stall and eavesdrops on their conversation, discovering that Eddie is devastated over what happened to his "love" Sandy, but Rudy points out he didn't intervene and admit his own culpability to save Sandy. Rudy promises his father, a high-powered lawyer, will get Sandy out of trouble, but admonishes Eddie for...

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