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The Thomas Berryman Number Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, The End of the Funniest Man in America Summary

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Part 2, The End of the Funniest Man in America Summary

Ochs returns to Long Island to speak to Toy one last time. Toy says he had been seeing a psychiatrist for more than six months but that he hid it from Berryman because he did not want Berryman to lose faith in him. After accepting the order to hit Horn, Toy began to feel a depression coming on. This depression is not helped by the usual assortment of medications the doctor gives Toy. Toy feels the depression is related to things he had learned about Horn. At the same time, Toy sees the southern man following him again. Toy tells Berryman and is ordered to kill the man. After shooting the man and leaving him in his parked car, Toy admits himself to a mental hospital for a few days. At...

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