Come Back, Little Sheba - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

Lola wakes up the next morning on the davenport. When she realizes that Doc has still not come home, she calls Ed Anderson and asks him to come over. Doc sneaks in through the back door and puts the whiskey bottle back. Lola hears him and asks where he has been. She can tell he is drunk. Doc tells her to leave him alone, but when she starts questioning his whereabouts he gets angry. Doc says that Lola made dinner for Bruce, not him, and all she wants to do is watch Marie with her men. Lola disagrees but Doc continues.

He tells her Bruce is probably being forced to marry Marie like he was forced to marry Lola. He calls Marie and Lola sluts. He tells Lola she won't use his mother's china for a dinner again because it isn't meant to be eaten...

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