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The Lotterys Plus One - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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The next day, the parents have their longest Dull Conversation yet. Then, the fathers explain to Grumps that he must stay with them indefinitely. Grumps responds by erupting into anger and accusing them of being thieves. The children worry that the neighbors will call the police, as they once called social services to report on Aspen's frequent bruising.

Grumps accuses PopCorn of elder abuse and criticizes his tattoos, lifestyle, and large multicultural family. PapaDum shouts at Grumps in response, but PopCorn, who was a professional guidance counselor before the family won the lottery, calms both of them down.

For the next two days, Grumps stays in his room and does not communicate with the family. PapaDum puts an exhaust fan in the ceiling of Grumps's room to remove the smoke: he tells Sumac that they are making an accommodation and allowing Grumps to smoke...

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