Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The First Surprise.

The first surprise was...inevitable. The soup kitchen (right after Clyde had taken Barney for twenty simoleons, Clyde had mentioned the dumpsters were restocked at 6:00 P.M.) is not the usual religious establishment, but something right out of a Depression Era socialist propagandist's imagination. The Pauper's Palace is evidently run by a deluded devotee (Jeremy, we are reliably informed) of Rousseau.. We also get a glimpse of Clyde's noble nature. He has the Jackson in his possession, but he asked Dabney if he had any money. Continuity or character flaw? It's ironical!

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