No, do you know what would happen to society. They wou-
Don't you think it would be cool if for a day, if no one had their handicap on?
Put your handicaps back on!!!
George and Hazel are introduced into the story, and the reader is also introduced to their handicaps that they possess. Plus, we are also provided with the information that their son Harrison went to jail for wanting to be different.
Why are you crying Hazel?
In the rising action, George and Hazel talk about what would happen if they were to take off their handicaps without the government knowing. Then, while they were watching TV, they heard about a prison escapee, and it turned out to be their son, Harrison. They became very intrigued
Want to watch some TV, George?
Harrison bursts through the walls of the studio where the dancers are dancing on stage. He takes all of his handicaps off, and convinces the dancers and the band to take their handicaps off too. Then, Harrison grabs a dancer to dance with him until Diana, part of the government, comes in and shoots Harrison and Diana right in front of everyone on TV. She then enforces everyone to put their handicaps back on and then the TV blacks out.
George comes back from the kitchen and sees Hazel crying. She watched her son die on live TV, and when George comes back to ask her why she is crying. She forgets, and cannot give George an answer to why she was crying.
I don't know, I forget why I am crying.
After George asks why Hazel is crying, Hazel and George go back to normal life. Cracking jokes and being lovable together.
Yeah sure, I can't wait to see what they do this time.
The author used imagery in this story to help the reader visualize sounds, sights, and much more while reading this story. It helped affect the story because it gave the reader a chance to feel like they were actually in the story. Right then and there, gave it a whole other dimension.
Ouch, it sounded like a gun-shot just went off in my head.