(eating) "this is the morning we supposed to bring the fifty cents to school"
"Well, I ain't got no fifty cents this morning."
"Mama, this is Friday. (Gleefully) Check coming tomorrow, huh?"
"You get your mind off money and eat your breakfast"
"Walter Lee, why dont you leave that girl alone and get out of here to work."
"You know the check is coming tomorrow."
"That money belongs to Mama, Walter, and it's for her to decide how she wants to use it"
Lord have mercy, I sure hope it's a little old girl."
"Well, I guess from all the happy faces- everybody knows."
"Well - what you think your grandmama gone and done with that money?"
The Younger living room would be a comfortable and well-ordered room if it were not for a number of indestructible contradictions to this state of being. Early morning Ruth goes to wake up her son, Travis and her husband Walter for breakfast .
I don't know, Grandmama.
"She went out and she bought you a house!"
"So that's the peace and comfort you went out and bought for us today!"
"So you went and did it!"
As Beneatha comes in the dinning room, Walters starts teasing Beneatha about her career, then later they start making a conversation with Ruth about the insurance money that their waiting on.
"Gone, what you mean Willy is gone? Gone where? You mean by himself."
"Man - Willy didn't never show up."...."Willy is one"
Ruth gets home from the doctors office and Beneatha and Mama ask where has she been all day.
Mama had gave news to that she had bought a house at 406 Clybourne Street, Clybourne Park, where there is no colored people.
Walter had gave money up money that belonged to Beneatha for her career. He gave it up for a liquor store business , and later Bobo tells Walter that Willy took of with his money.
The Younger's were getting their things ready to move to their new house. Without any excuses from Mr. Lindner