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Reunion - Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 3 Summary

Carol looks at a picture of Bernie taken during the war. Bernie says he was nicknamed "Butch" back then but can't remember why. Carol discovers a medal that Bernie received, and he tells her he was a tail gunner, that tail gunners didn't usually last long but he did, and that he once chewed out a young lieutenant who wasn't giving him the respect he thought he deserved. He reveals that he was stationed in England, which leads Carol to reveal that she and Gerry have done a lot of traveling, including England. Bernie asks her to tell him more about Gerry, but Carol tries to get him to talk about himself. Bernie insists upon knowing more about Gerry, adding that he'll kill him if he's treating her badly. Carol talks about how they love each other in the "usual" way, adding that...

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