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The Turner House - Week Two - Spring 2008: It Sure Ain’t Free and Outta the Fields Summary & Analysis

Angela Flournoy
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Summary

The rest of the Turner children don’t like the idea of Troy’s girlfriend Jillian buying their mother’s house to keep them from having to deal with the $40,000 debt attached to it. That simple fact only makes Troy want to do it more. Troy mentions it to Jillian, but she becomes angry. His partner David calls someone he knows who can help them to forge the paperwork necessary, but tells them that Troy will have to provide his mother’s social security card, Jillian’s work history, Charles’s signature if his name appears on the deed and his mother’s thumb print.

Troy waits three days before approaching Jillian again on the subject. They were talking about his daughter’s visit and Troy can tell that Jillian is looking...

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