Vernon God Little - Act 2, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

D.B.C. Pierre
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Act 2, Chapter 8 Summary

The ladies arrive before Vernon can recover from the shock. Mom emerges in a flimsy pink robe and alien scent, and gives him an uncomfortable hug. Betty observes a fridge is being delivered to Lechugas and Leona rattles off three brags. Lally emerges in a blue robe and new Timberlands. No one questions their relationship, wiping the situation over with "cream-pie lies." The ladies insist someone tell the deliverymen they have the wrong address. Vernon, whom Lally is ignoring, recalls a horse that used to do math on stage; the trick, of course, is it can sense the audience's tension, and when they relax at the correct number, it stops tapping its hoof. Lally senses the kitchen's tension and announces he has cancelled Mom's order and suggests driving to San Antonio. As Vernon heads for his room, Lally deflects him to the living room to...

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