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  • EXPOSITION
  • [Feeling Dizzy] Ugh, my head is aching! Greg, What happened here?
  • Dex, you passed out last night. I met Liz as she was leaving. She said you threatened her.
  • CONFLICT
  • Help me please!
  • RISING ACTION
  • So she work here for part-time job?
  • Well, yeah.
  • Dexter McCray woke up from an alcoholic blackout, not remembering anything the night before it happened.
  • CLIMAX
  • Don't trust him! He will betray you! Just kill him !
  • *Both of them are drunk*
  • If you wont agree with money, then make sure to be here and get drunk with me anytime!
  • Dexter went outside to check his tractor and there he found a dead girl bordering his cornfield in Cotton Wood Grove. He got confused whether he is innocent or the culprit.
  • FALLING ACTION
  • STOP BOTHERING ME! I am so sick of this life!!!
  • In hopes of proving his innocence, he conducted his own investigation about the dead girl named "Jessica", where he met several people from Riverbank Cafe.
  • RESOLUTION
  • Actually, I was with Paul and Jessica that time. We took all the pills that Jessica found on her mother's drawer then suddenly, she collapsed. We didn't know what to do so we ran away and left her lying on the Cotton Wood Grove.
  • Frank Tolliver found out that Jessica's body was on Dexter's cornfield so, he threatened Dexter about it and they made a deal. Jessica told Dexter not to trust Frank and instead, just kill him.
  • ?! ?! ?!
  • Dexter chased Frank with a gun but he passed out while on the way. The next day, he heard that Frank and his family died from the fire. Because of too much tension (from Jessica to Frank), he decided to pull the trigger on his self.
  • Fortunately, Dexter survived from the incident. And there he found out, that the people who are responsible for each crime stepped out and confessed everything. He then, proved his innocence
  • I meant it.I was the one who started the fire. I did it because I was so angry at Frank for stealing things from me.
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