Topdog/Underdog - Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 6 Summary

The following day, Lincoln returns to the room first. He spent the day card hustling, and he's made a lot of money at it. Booth enters shortly afterward, and he announces that he and Grace will be getting married. Booth tells Lincoln that he'll have to move out of the room, and Lincoln doesn't object because he has enough money to find a place of his own. Booth is suspicious because Lincoln just lost his job at the arcade. Lincoln lies by telling Booth that he just landed a job as a security guard.

Booth asks Lincoln what he thought about while he worked as an Abraham Lincoln impersonator. Lincoln reports that he thought about songs, women and sometimes his ex-wife Cookie. Booth asks if Lincoln still thinks about the time that Cookie came looking for Lincoln, but instead, found Booth alone. Booth...

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