I waited for 15 minutes this morning for her to come out of the w.c.
You're warm. Are you feeling alright?
We're now in what is known as the "bean cycle." Beans boiled, beans en casserole, beans with strings, beans without strings.
I saw you in there playing with with your cat.
What's for dinner tonight?
It's a little past six o' clock. The last of the workmen has left the building. Mr. Frank signals to the family, and they know their day of silence is over. Anne gets excited and yells out. Peter starts looking for his shoes, which Anne has taken.
I could kill you for this. I could just kill you!
Margot!Margot!Margot! That's all I hear from everyone. How wonderful Margot is. "Why can't you be more like Margot?"
It isn't necessary to fight. Margot doesn't fight.
Mrs. Frank notices that Anne's forehead feels a little warm. Anne denies that she is getting sick, but everyone is suspicious. They want to prevent her illness from worsening because they ca not go to a doctor.
No! No! Don't... don't take me!
Mr. Van-Daan is upset because he has to eat beans again. Anne says that the group is in a bean cycle. Then, Peter comes out of his room. Mr. Frank says that calls him out for playing with his cat instead of studying.
"Hear us rejoicing and merrily voicing The Hanukkah song that we sing."
Anne spilled milk on Mrs. Van-Daan's coat. Mrs. Van-Daan was very upset because it was the coat that her dad gave her. She yelled at Anne, then, Mrs. Frank spoke to Anne. Anne gets upset at the mention of Margot's name.
Anne had a nightmare and starts screaming in her sleep. Mr. Dussel's tries to wake her up. He goes on a rant about how they can get caught if Anne continues to yell out in her dreams.
Shush! Anne! Anne, for God sake, shush!
Anne starts singing a Hanukkah carol. Slowly, the others start joining Anne. Then, everyone is happily singing without a care in the world.