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Reunion - Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 1 Summary

Bernie welcomes Carol into his apartment. He tells her that he would have recognized her anywhere. He feels like a racehorse, and that, if he were still a drinker, that he'd offer her a drink as well. He adds that if he still drank, she probably wouldn't be there and expresses the hope that she's not going to call him "Dad." They compliment each other on how good they look, with Bernie commenting that nobody else is going to take care of him if he doesn't do it himself, except maybe the VA (Veteran's Administration) or AA (Alcoholics Anonymous). He talks about how often he goes to the VA and AA meetings and then recalls that someone else took care of him, a friend who got him a good job in a restaurant. Carol comments that he's got a lot of friends. Bernie says he...

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