The Penultimate Peril - Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twelve Summary

The Baudelaires shout to the rest of the trial audience to take off their blindfolds, the judges are convicted villains and Count Olaf is running off with Justice Strauss! The villainous judges come up with many different excuses as to why the audience should keep their blindfolds on, including accusing the Baudelaires of wanting the entire V.F.D. to be arrested for contempt. The audience argues back and forth as to whether or not the Baudelaires should be trusted, but the children do not wait around. They run past the squabbling crowd, following Count Olaf (and Justice Strauss in his arms) down to the laundry room where he believes the sugarbowl is being held. Count Olaf assures Justice Strauss, and the Baudelaires who have arrived to rescue her, that they will all help him open the door. Justice Strauss is...

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