Roadwork - Part Two: December 17-19 1973 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: December 17-19 1973 Summary

Bart is dreaming of the fuel shortage being solved when he's woken by Tom calling, reminding him that the Blue Ribbon is coming down today. Bart says he'll see him there. He tries to apologize to Tom, but Tom says he's working for Brite-Kleen now, with shorter hours and better wages.

Tom tells Bart that Steve Ordner is so mad that he's looking for a way to press criminal charges against Bart. He says that Johnny Walker's brother Arnie had committed suicide after his brother's death. Bart thinks about the reasons for which someone would commit suicide.

Bart goes to watch the demolition of the Blue Ribbon, feeling connected to it like a murderer is to his victim. At home he fills soda and beer bottles with fuel by siphoning it out of his car's fuel tank...

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