Chapter 7

Chapter 7
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  • Gatsby's Mansion
  • We're 100% Trustworthy! 2% of the time...
  • East Egg
  • This man trying to steal my girl? CoMe aT mE bRo
  • So like, this is my like, daughter or whatever...
  • IT WASN'T ME! I mean, how terrible...
  • Wilson's Garage
  • ...blah blah CHEATING blah blah blah MOVING AWAY...whyyyy!!
  • Nick is surprised to see Gatsby doing a bit of remodeling at his home. In fact, Gatsby's fired all of his servants and replaced them with shady men - who, of course, are tied to Meyer Wolfsheim. He claims it's to prevent rumors. 
  • Plaza Hotel
  • No, she loves ME!
  • Hey, it's my birthday today
  • It's hotter than hell when Nick heads over to Tom & Daisy's house, where Gatsby and Jordan are already hanging out. Daisy parades around her daughter for a bit, and Tom catches on to Daisy and Gatsby's underlying feelings, so he deviously suggests they hang out in the city.
  • In The Whip
  • Gatsby.
  • Blah blah IT WAS A YELLOW CAR!
  • Half of the group stops at Wilson's garage, where it's revealed that Wilson has discovered that his wife was unfaithful to him, but he doesn't know who she was cheating with. (*Cough, Tom) He plans on moving away from Long Island.
  • Back at East Egg
  • The group takes a room at the Plaza Hotel in New York, where the tension between Tom and Gatsby reaches a boiling point. The more it seems like Tom is winning the argument, the more it seems Daisy supports him. Gatsby wants her to say she only loved him, but she can't, leaving Tom satisfied. 
  • Guys, stop fighting over me! It's too flattering...
  • On the way back to Long Island, Nick and Tom are shocked to discover that Myrtle, Tom's mistress, has been run over and killed by a yellow car that sped off after the accident. Both Tom and Nick realize it was Gatsby's car.
  • Back at Daisy and Tom's house, Nick confronts Gatsby about the accident. Gatsby reveals it was actually Daisy who was driving, but he is willing to take the blame for his lover's sake. Gatsby stays at Daisy's house and watches her and Tom through the windows long into the night.
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