I don't know it just does! Can you just do something about it, like call a psychologist or something!
This room worries me!
Why does it worry you so much.
ROOM! TURN OFF!
I SAID TURN OFF ROOM! NOW!
WHY WONT YOU TURN OFF? DAMN KIDS!
We will not have our children talk to us that way!
That it I'm locking up the room! While I'm at it the whole house is being turned off!
What? Father I wouldn't do that!
The opening scene starts out with the mother of the family Lydia explaining that she would like her husband George or a psychologist to look at the nursery as she is weary about the room.
Whispering: He doesn't know! YES!
That weird, what is Lydia scarf doing here?
The rising action of the story is when the parents notice that the room has been stuck on Africa for a while and begin to suspect that something is wrong with the room and the technology, showing that technology can have problems!
The climax is the turning point of the short story when George realizes that the whole family especially the kids are too lazy. He notices that the kids have to much power. This is also the when he calls the psychologist David to look at the room. The climax ends when George and Lydia officially decide to shut down the room and the whole house. He really start to detest technology.
Take Away About Tech
Where are you taking me? I wanted to go to the steakhouse. You used to be so useful!
The falling action is when Peter and Wendy plan to kill their parents and start to throw temper tantrums and freak out when their technology is threatened because the kids start to become obsessed with the technology, one of the possible consequences.
The story ends with the kids locking the parents in the room and they die. The psychologist asks the kids where the parents are and they said that they are coming soon but then the psychologist notices that the lions are feeding and the vultures are dropping from the sky.
The screams make so much sense!
The takeaway about technology from the story is that although there are some initial benefits to technology there are always unpredictable consequences.