Summer of '69 - Part 2: "Get Back" — Part 3: "Fortunate Son (Reprise)" Summary & Analysis

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In “Get Back,” when Blair gets a telegram from Angus reporting that he will be on Nantucket Saturday at noon, Kirby advises her to stand up for herself. Kirby even arranges for the family to be out of the house on Saturday so he and Blair can have some time alone. Blair is surprised by how different Angus looks when he arrives. His beard is unshaved and his hair is shaggy. Before she allows him to get comfortable, she asks him to tell her the truth about Trixie.

Angus tells her that Dr. Beatrix Scofield is a psychoanalyst who has been treating his episodes which are caused by clinical depression. They do both talk therapy and treatment with medications. He admits he is feeling better. He says that he did not tell her at first because he was...

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