Topdog/Underdog - Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 2 Summary

The following day, Booth returns to his room and unloads some merchandise that he shoplifted from a local department store. He has brought home stylish new clothing and shoes for both himself and Lincoln. Booth hopes that the new clothing will impress Grace and that Lincoln's new outfit will help him to find a girl. It is implied that Lincoln hasn't done well with women ever since his ex-wife Cookie left him.

Lincoln returns home from work with his pay. He notices the stolen goods, but he doesn't reprimand Booth for stealing. Rather, Lincoln seems quite impressed with the new clothing. Booth budgets the money for rent and other expenses, including the phone bill. Lincoln protests that they don't have a phone, and hence, they don't need to set aside money for a phone bill. However, Booth insists that they need a phone...

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