This is the monkey's paw, very dangerous! Just let me throw it into the fire real quick.
WAIT! No, my family and I will take it for you!
What's going on down there honey??!
Oh nothing dear, it was just a rat that's all.
I wish for you to come back alive, my son.
As our third and final wish, I wish for you to die again my son.
In Scene 1, Sargent Major Morris and the husband are arguing about who should get the monkey's paw. Morris thinks that he should throw it in the fire (for it is dangerous), and the Husband is insisting on keeping so his family will get 3 wishes as well.
In Scene 2, the wife hears a rucus go on downstairs and wonders, what is that? So she shouts for her husband (because he is already downstairs) to see what is going on and he said it was just a rat, when actually the monkey's paw is going out of control.
In Scene 3, the wife wishes for the son back alive again for he had passed away earlier in the story, and the husband is trying to wish the son to die again because you should not tamper with life or death.