Once in a Lifetime - Act 3, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Back in Glogauer Studios reception room, portraits of George hang above each doorway and are lit up every time one of those doors opens or closes. George's presence is felt everywhere. When the scene opens, George tells Susan he has received the gift of a new airplane, because he has purchased some for the studio. The glow of Susan's affection for him is short lived, though, when Glogauer appears in a rage over the news that George has purchased over two thousand airplanes.

In the meantime, May has discovered Jerry has left Los Angeles to find her. Eventually, the two reconnect and realize the emotional bond they had back in New York has not been lost in Hollywood.

Amazingly, George's airplane purchase is not the gross blunder originally thought. Glogauer returns to thank him for his uncanny insight in buying up all the planes, just...

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