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  • Lena goes into the basement, which her mother warned against, as she says a bad man was once sentenced to death by her great-grandfather, and his ghost now lives there. This experience causes Lena to have dark thoughts, which continue for a time.
  • A bad man lived here once-your great-grandfather sentenced him to die
  • Do not open this door again
  • Lena's father informs her of her mother's pregnancy, which he is happy about. Lena is more skeptical, considering her mother's behaviors.
  • This is where the baby will sleep
  • Lena overhears a woman and a girl, appearing to be mother and daughter, fighting next door.
  • -Why don't you just leave? -Maybe I will!
  • When Lena was younger, her mother told her that she would marry a “pock-mark man”, who Lena believed to be her bully, Arnold Reisman. In order to escape the fate of marrying him, she leaves more and more of her food unfinished in an attempt to “kill” him. In this scene, she receives news years later that Arnold has died from complications from measles, and believes herself responsible.
  • Oh, no! This says that a boy named Arnold Reisman passed away. Didn't you know him, Lena?
  • This is a terrible tragedy!
  • Lena and Harold fight over how they manage their money, and Harold has a hard time understanding Lena's problem with the issue.
  • We can both pay for the exterminators, if that's the issue.
  • Why do you have to be so fair?!
  • Lena's husband, Harold's, homemade nightstand collapses, which Lena predicted would happen at some time. Her mother , who is visiting their new house, asks her why she didn't do anything to prevent it, and Lena doesn't have an answer.
  • Then, why didn't you try to stop it?
  • I knew it would fall down, anyway.
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