Still Life with Woodpecker - Phase 2, Parts 36, 37, 38 and 39 Summary & Analysis

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Phase 2, Parts 36, 37, 38 and 39 Summary

Narration, in its sardonic, angry, opinionated, voice, comments upon the ease with which good ideas can lead to dangerous and obsessive tunnel vision. This commentary relates to events at the Care Fest, where heated and very personal arguments between various opinionated speakers and audience members drive the increasingly frustrated Leigh-Cheri to a nearby bar, where she drinks heavily and learns that an arrest has been made in connection with the bombing of the UFO Convention. The implication here is that the police have caught up with Bernard. Meanwhile, back in Seattle, Max and Tilli make plans for Leigh-Cheri to meet the Arab financier they want her to marry. Chuck hears part of their plans and reports them to his superiors, who assume Max and Tilli are aligning themselves with the Arabs to regain power back home.

Meanwhile, it's revealed...

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