Looking for Mr. Goodbar - The Confession Summary & Analysis

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The Confession Summary

Gary admits to going to Mr. Goodbar with George though he cannot remember the name. While George is distracted by friends Gary notices a woman sitting at the far end of the bar reading a book. Gary might not have noticed the woman if not for the book. No one reads in a bar. George teases him about the woman telling him he can have her if he wants. Then George invites the woman to move closer. The first thing the woman does is tease Gary about his southern accent which irritates him.

Eventually the woman asks Gary up to her place. Gary agrees even though the woman does not turn him on but he figures it's a way to get away from George and get a good night's sleep. When they get to her apartment he tells her he has...

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