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The Water-method Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13-15 Summary

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Chapters 13-15 Summary

Bogus reminisces about meeting Biggie in Austria. While in Europe, Bogus attempts to learn to ski, with the help of his friend Merrill. Bogus is an unbelievably bad skier and manages to launch himself into an unsuspecting German family. Later that evening, Bogus and Merrill are hanging out in a bar, as Merrill goes into a diabetic trance. On television they watch an American woman win the gold medal in a skiing event. Through a bad interview, the woman's sense of humor and personality are conveyed, and Bogus and Merrill love the big, blond skier. They are surprised when she walks into the bar and sits down at their table. Bogus talks in German with her for a while before revealing that he is American. Then Merrill, in his drunken diabetic stupor, gropes Biggie and she attacks him with a ski pole. She only relents...

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