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The Turner House - Week Four - Spring 2008: Brave, or at Least Brash; One Thing Was Clear; and Playing For Time Summary & Analysis

Angela Flournoy
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Charles sleeps beside Tina and dreams of Alice. He is reaching out to her when he wakes and sees the window sill is glowing. He tries to wake Tina, but she rolls over mumbling, so he thinks about his PG13 dream about Alice. He decides to tell Alice how he feels but when he gets there she admits she wasn’t expecting him after their last meeting. She invites him to go for coffee and on the elevator he leans in to kiss her. She backs up and he apologizes, afraid that he’s ruined everything. They meet at the coffee shop and he apologizes for his behavior both before and in the elevator. She apologizes too, and suggests that Charles see her mentor, Gus, another therapist from...

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