What To Do About The Solomons - The Happy Couple, Yakov in Youth, Napoleonic Chateau, The End for Yakov Summary & Analysis

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The Happy Couple:

Marc and Carolyn try to deal with the aftermath of the arrest as a couple, and the strain in their relationship begins to show as their finances dry up. Though Marc had tried to keep the news from his family, his brother Dror finds out and tells his father, eliciting a rebuke from Carolyn about Dror's character. Though Carolyn insists that he should fight the case, Marc is resigned to his lawyers advice that it would not be worth the hassle. Carolyn's persistent drug use and Marc's defeated attitude keeps a distance between the two, and they are unable to initiate any physical intimacy. Marc notices Carolyn's lethargy when finally opening up about his troubles. They finally recognize their need for each other and have sex, and later Carolyn thinks...

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