Roadwork - Part Two: December 19, and 21 1973 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two: December 19, and 21 1973 Summary

Bart wakes the next morning feeling terrible. On a pop station he hears the announcer describe the fire and its results. Bart is a bit disappointed at how little time he cost them. He is already thinking about the next problem, what he will say to police when they show up—and he is pretty sure that they would. He keeps reminding himself that they have no real proof.

Later in the afternoon he calls Mary, hoping to meet with her and give her the gifts. He is unable to convince her he's tried to find a psychiatrist. She tells him to bring the presents on Friday while her parents are gone. She is now confident, secure, and no longer the timid girl who asked him what they were going to do less than a month...

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