The Philadelphia Story - Study Guide Act 2 Scene 2 Part 1 Summary & Analysis

Philip Barry
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Very early the following morning Tracy and Sandy come in, still dressed in their evening clothes from the night before. Tracy convinces Sandy to write an expose on Sidney Kidd based on what Mike told them at dinner the night before. The plan is to exchange the expose for the story on Seth and the dancer and therefore avoid scandalous publicity. Sandy says he'll go up to his room and start work right away, and he tells Tracy she'd better get to bed. She starts to pour herself some more champagne. Sandy tells her she'd better slow down, but Tracy says it never affects her. Sandy says that's because she never drinks it. They talk about how angry George was at dinner that Tracy spent so much time talking with Mike, and Tracy says it's almost as though she'd been talking with Dexter...

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