Water by the Spoonful - Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

Quiara Alegría Hudes
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Part 1 – Orangutan logs on from Japan, her postings indicate that she’s having a hard time staying clean – she’s craving crack, she says, and asks Chutes and Ladders to distract her. Their conversation leads her to reveal that she’s working on ninety days sober while he’s working on ten years; that he thinks he looks like a corgi; and that she, half-seriously, would like him to come to Japan and help her through her difficult time. He refuses, and she half-jokingly insists, becoming angry when she confesses that just having an honest, drug-free friendship would be just the kind of challenge she needs. For his part, when challenged by Orangutan about why he doesn’t want to try to contact his son, Chutes and Ladders says that his son is having a good life without being in contact with him. When...

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