Roadwork - Part Two: December 9-10, December 12 1973 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: December 9-10, December 12 1973 Summary

On Sunday he goes for his usual drive, wanting to go further than 150 miles; however, this is the first gasless Sunday and all the filling stations on the highway are closed. He hears a rare comment from Fred, who retreats quickly. Bart hears a public service announcement about the fuel shortage. Then announcer states how many worried families are thinking about stockpiling fuel; however they don't realize how dangerous improper storage of fuel can be. One gallon is equivalent to twelve sticks of dynamite. Bart grins, the first time in a while.

By the time Mary arrives to meet him for lunch, he's been drinking scotch. After ordering, she asks what he wants. He tells her he'll see a psychiatrist if she wants him to, and Mary offers to find one the same afternoon for...

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