Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel - Section 2: Pages 45 – 92 Summary & Analysis

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Greg’s dad, Frank, is not happy to see Gary, his younger brother. Gary is not good with money, and even worse paying people back. At Susan’s insistence about being family, Greg’s dad loaned Gary money a few weeks before for a “once-in-a-lifetime” business opportunity. The opportunity was a t-shirt concession stand. But all the t-shirts misspelled “Boston” as “Botson”. Gary now needs a place to stay and regroup. Frank is not happy about this, but Susan invites him to stay. Gary moves in with numerous boxes of misspelled t-shirts. Uncle Gary isn’t easy to live with. He has nightmares about monkeys in the walls, and sleeps on the couch through the day. Frank encourages Gary to get a job. Gary’s last job was as a pepper spray test subject, which did not last long. Frank is annoyed Gary...

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