The Odd Couple - Act 2, Scene 2 and Analysis Summary & Analysis

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It is the evening of Oscar and Felix's double date with the Pigeon sisters, Gwendolyn and Cecily, their upstairs neighbors.

Felix has spent the day cleaning the apartment and preparing a lovely dinner for the night's festivities. He is naturally anxious, which borders, at times, on panic. Before the Pigeon sisters arrive, Oscar and Felix reveal their expectations for the evening. Felix is doubtful about his readiness to start dating. Oscar's plans include many drinks and the possibility of spending the night with Gwendolyn or Cecily. Oscar's excitement stands in stark contrast to Felix's glum expression. He tells Oscar that he is not ready for this, because his separation from Frances is still too painful. Oscar, seeing that Felix could ruin his plans for the evening, warns Felix to cheer up and threatens to throw him out, if he ruins things...

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