They said Saturday, and this is just Friday and I hopes to to God you ain't going to get up here first thing this morning and start talking to me about no money
Check coming today?
Or ruin the family's dreams by bringing in another baby into the family?
Should i have an abortion because of the family not being able to take care of ourselves and not having enough money to take care of the baby?
Willy!... Willy...Willy don't do it... Please don't do it...Man, not with that money...Oh, God...Don't let it be true...Man i trusted you... Man, I put my life in your hands...That money was made out of my father's flesh
Son...is it gone? Son, I gave you sixty-five hundred dollars. Is it gone? All of it? Beneatha's money too?
This scene is illustrating how that Walter and Ruth their conflict is an external one because of Walter talking about the check coming in. This is showing that Walter is already talking about the check in the morning and Ruth not wanting to hear about the money along with Walter talking about having no money.
This scene shows a external conflict. It is showing if Ruth should get an abortion because of her not having money to support the baby or have another baby and ruining the family's dreams from not having enough money and to poverty.
This scene is illustrating a external conflict from Walter giving all the money to Willy Harris including Beneatha's college money and was betrayed by him. In the beginning Ruth even told Walter to not trust Willy Harris but Walter did this because he would trust anyone just for a liquor license.