This Scene is when Dr.Starr questions Doctor Warthrop and Will Henry's antics and actions from what they do to how they treat the profession.
One key event in this scene is when Dr.Starr reveals how poor of a relationship Warthrop had with his father. It also reveals that his father was emotionally abusive and that mirrors how Warthrop is emotionally abusive toward Will Henry.
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The outcome to Dr.Starr saying what he did about Warthrops father set him off enough to the point where making them start screaming and then Warthrop and Will leave in full of anger and they had lost a valuable person to help them.
This scene shows how the doctor had a very poor relationship with his father.
One event that propelled the plot was when the section about the aftermath of finding the pod and more backstory about the doctor. They begin to say more about his father and his emotionally abusive relationship.
This event propels the plot because it shows more of the reason for the doctor treating Will so poorly. The reason for him doing this is to try to toughen him up and make him feel the same way. The doctor does show to care for Will but he doesn't show it very much. The doctor’s father was Emotionally and physically abusive so he shows him only part of that and that is why he treats Will this way.