The length of time he spends in this hospital is entirely up to us" (150). McMurphy relaxes slightly; however, he eventually continues to harass the nurse, despite his knowledge that she dictates the length of his confinement (Waldmeir 425). He crosses the line and throws a party on the ward in the middle of the night, bringing in two prostitutes and intoxicating the patients with a mixture of cherry flavored alcohol and codeine cough syrup. He does so knowing that he will face consequences for this event. However, he feels he must continue this self-destruction in order for the other patients to find themselves and their sense of freedom ( 427).
Nurse Ratched should be the most sane since she runs the ward but she shows symptoms of Schizophrenia and Narcissistic Personality Disorder, deeming her insane and unfit to run a mental ward. McMurphy is a patient in the ward, but he should be running it because all the claims that s he staff have made about his sanity can be disproved with his actions. The line of sane and insane is blurry, what criteria can really be used to determine who is insane?
In the novel, Ms. Ratched tries to conceal her personality from the hospital patients, so that she can maintain her level of power and control over them. If someone does something to annoy Ms. Ratched while nobody is nearby, she will show her real personality of hatred to get angry at the people who annoyed her, in the novel, Chief Bromden says, “She’s swelling up, swells till her back’s splitting out the white uniform . . . She looks around her with a swivel of her huge head.
You know how she is when she gets disturbed”(315). Billy instantly becomes caught in her trap and begins to stutter, begging her not to tell his mother but Miss Ratched insisted that she must be informed. He continues to rat out Mcmurphy and Harding and states that they teased him into having sex with the woman. Miss Ratched then comforts Billy and takes him to the doctor’s office and tells the doctor that “he needs a lot of sympathy” because “he is in a pitiful state.” (317) Miss Ratched regains control of Billy by mentioning his mother because she knows of his underlying fear of the mother. Although it is completely normal for men to want sex, Miss Ratched makes him feel ashamed for the “sin” he had just committed to evidently secure her dominance of the
Childhood hero, Rainbow Randolph is busted by the Feds for trying to take bribes from parents whose kids watch his show. KidNet executives, Frank Stokes (Jon Stewart - The Daily Show) and Nora Wells (Catherine Keener) are faced with the task of finding a replacement, FAST! Sent with guidelines to find someone “squeaky clean” Nora sets off to find Sheldon Mopes (Edward Norten), who’s only gig as Smoochy, is to play motivational songs (self written) for doped up drug addicts at a local clinic. Don’t be fooled by the bright colors, the fuzzy animals and all the kids, this is not a kids movie, just ask Robin Williams, that’s if you can get him to say a sentence or two with out using the f*** word. Sheldon Mopes (tree hugging, tofu eating Smoochy), seeing his shot at the big time, gladly takes up the task as KidNet’s replacement for a disturbed and lost Rainbow Randolph.
This is a chronic relapsing disorder, and treatment for drug addiction is about as effective as treatments for chronic medical conditions. Next Alex goes to a home in the country for a surprise visit of the ultra-violent kind. To persuade the wife of the house to let him in, Alex uses an intrinsic approach, pretending to be a helpless fellow in need of a telephone. This is a behavior used to fulfill an urge of Alex's, which is ultra-violence. Later on back at the milk bar, or Korova, Alex smacks his brother for behaving inapropriately, saying, "...For being a bastard with no manners.
Pat, the White Rabbit's servant, is ordered to burn the house down. Scared Alice decides to threaten Pat, and the crowd out the window by saying Dinah will go after all o... ... middle of paper ... ...about this school work, the Gryphon interrupts the turtle, and asks Alice to go on about her adventures in Wonderland. After talking to the Gryphon and the Mock Turtle, she goes to the courtroom to find the Queen wondering who had stolen the tarts. The White Rabbit calls the Mad Hatter, the Dormouse, and then Alice. Alice forgetting that she had eaten the tart earlier had slowly gotten bigger, and then the king and ordered her to leave the court due to Rule 42 of the Courtroom.
“Can you just tell me if he kills her or not?” He said agitatedly. “Besides, you should be watching anyway, after all, you’ll be in the same position soon.” Mylena frowned. “Fuck you Sweat.” He grinned. “In what position?” }} “You act like you’ve tried positions.” Mylena scoffed, and grabbed a sour straw from the candy stash they had bought earlier. “Well my parents didn’t name me Whet for nothing.” He said like he was discussing the time of the day.
Valjean, unable to see an innocent man go to prison in his place, confesses to the court that he is prisoner 24601. At the hospital, Valjean promises the dying Fantine to find and look after her daughter Cosette. Javert arrives to arrest him, but Valjean escapes Young Cosette has been lodged for five years with the Thenardiers who run an inn, horribly abusing the little girl whom they use as a skivvy while indulging their own daughter, Eponine. Valjean finds Cosette fetching water in the dark. He pays the Thernardiers to let him take Cosette away and takes her to Paris.
When they asked Beaton who took Gaffney, he told them that “The Bogeyman took him” (Infohio page 2). They thought the serial killer Peter Kudzinowski took Gaffney and Beaton. They showed him a picture of Fish, he identified it as Fish. Gaffney was never found but Fish sent his mother, Elizabeth Gaffney a letter telling her what he did with him. Told her that he that he ate him and tried to eat his ears, pee wees but he could not eat them, he flushed them down the toilet because he could not chew them.