The Liars' Club - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

The newlyweds, Charlie and Hector, quickly fall into a routine of serious drinking. After one too many benders, Hector invents a disgusting hangover remedy utilizing raw eggs and Pepto-Bismol, the sight of which launches Charlie into a vomiting fit. These rough and tumble mornings send the girls even more frequently to the stable, just so they will be out of the house. One Sunday morning, Lecia and Mary arrive at the stable to find the doors locked and the grounds vacant. With nowhere else to go, they pull out their sandwiches to eat and wait. They kill most of the morning playing kickball and hunting for snakes before Mr. McBride's car pulls into the drive. He gets out and asks the girls whether or not they know what day it is. Polly, his wife, steps out and tells the girls it is Father's Day.

Mary feels instant...

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