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“Maybe you better tell us. Nothing’s working on this street. Nothing. No lights, no power, no radio. (And then meaningfully) Nothing except one car—yours! ( Serling p. 76)¨
"That don’t prove a thing. Any guy who’d spend his time lookin’ up at the sky early in the morning—well there’s something wrong with that kind of a person. There’s something that ain’t legitimate. Maybe under normal circumstances we could let it go, but these aren’t normal circumstances. Why, look at this street! Nothin’ but candles. Why it’s like goin’ back into the dark ages or somethin’! ( Serling p. 80)¨
"It’s...it’s the kid. It’s Tommy. He’s the one. ( Serling p. 84)¨
This time Charlie is accusing Les Goodman because he was looking up at the sky. That doesn't really mean any thing, he could or could not have insomnia.,but in the story it says he has insomnia.
In this quote it shows that he is accusing Les Goodman because his car turned on. If I was him I would tell him " Lets use the car to go call for help!"
When he got accused he blamed Tommy,and he was stuttering so he was desperately trying to think of someone to blame the person on, so he could get of the hook.
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