Reunion - Study Guide Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Bernie shrugs off the passion of the previous scene and tells Carol again how good-looking she's become. She says that she got it all from him, saying that she used to think he was the handsomest man she ever met and fantasized when she was a child that he was Tonto, the native companion of the Lone Ranger. It becomes clear that Bernie knew about the fantasy and that he told her to keep it private between the two of them.

Carol tells Bernie he's wasted in the restaurant. He reacts angrily, saying that he likes it there, that he's not her fantasy father but her father the ex-drunk, that he can't do the only other things he was ever good at any more, and that it's important to find happiness wherever you can. He curses and says she hasn't even been to the restaurant, that his...

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