Lunch was held by the creek where they talked about Tub’s diet, which he hates like every other human in the world. Once again, a joke was made about Tub and resulted in Kenny slapping his knee in laughter. He states that his cause for his weight gain is in his glands, me interpreting this thinks he means his thyroid. Then, there was something they haven’t seen in so long, tracks. The tracks led over another fence which was right next to a no hunting sign.
His age is a social barrier that keeps him isolated. Another reason he is alone is because of his dog, “Why’n’t you get Candy to shoot his old dog and give him one of the pups to raise up? I can smell that dog a mile away. Got no teeth, damn near blind, can’t eat. Candy feeds him milk.
In this episode, Cookie Monster begins the show by singing about his day, and how he thinks he will get treats and cookies. Cookie Monster joins Gordon and Sidney who are using cookies to learn about patterns, and run out of cookies to get more. They tell Cookie Monster not to eat their cookies because they need it for their game. Cookie Monster avoids eating the cookies, looks away from them, and says he won’t be eating the cookies even though he really wants to, but doesn’t notice when a mysterious hand comes and takes all the cookies away. When Gordon and Sidney return, Cookie Monster is blamed for having eaten all the cookies, despite being innocent.
When Shaniqua got to the bottom of the well, she was greeted some friendly rats who called the well home and they welcomed her with a feast of dead fish and trash bags. They were acting like a bunch if monkeys and it was driving Shaniqua crazy. It was then she realized that she needed to gain control over the rats and become the rat princess. As Shaniqua grew up, she grew more and more annoyed with the rats. She tried to dig her way out of the well but only found an odd-shaped piece of
McGregor’s garden. He escapes from the clutches of McGregor and goes home to be put to bed on chamomile tea. The widowed rabbit mother always tells her children not to go into Mr. McGregor’s garden since their father had been caught in a trap in the garden and had been made one of the ingredients of a pie. Her three daughters are for the most part obedient and do not visit the garden preferring to pick berries down the lane even as Peter loves to go into the garden to gnaw on vegetables. It is not long before Peter is spotted, and in a frantic chase to escape loses his shoes and jacket before making it out of the garden.
Character Analysis Essay Candy, Of Mice and Men Candy is described as a stereotypical old handyman, with only a stump as his right hand due to a machine-related incident at the ranch. Steinbeck preconceived the idea to the readers that Candy has spent the best - and perhaps the most efficient - years of his life working on someone else’s ranch, only to loose his hand and have little money. He also paints a dog as a companion for Candy, who very much like Candy, is old and crippled; but also stinks and is blind. Throughout the story Candy keeps reiterating his greatest fear of ‘getting canned’, made worse by the faith of his dog. A symbol of Candy himself, the dog was once a great sheepherder but as time passes, neither past accomplishments nor current emotional ties matter as the dog has outlived his usefulness and is killed.
The boy is seen to be hanging around hotels and bakeries looking for tips from the tourists. The boy says “ I have to fight with dogs and cats in rubbish bins , for food and I also remember this bakery which was owned by an Indian who periodically threw a stale bread and we all ran for that one piece” . Then we seen the picture of a girl who left her school because his master has to do wicked things with him. Then she tells about the white who used to harass him thus a clear picture of Africans can be derived out of it. In the first movement we also see the faith of the people in Kimathi because he was hero , a legend for them they say “ he used to talk to God, he could easily change himself into a bird and move
But when the other two came to see the cheese gone they were so unaware of the cheese changing that they stopped and complained about the disappearance only looking around the area of the missing cheese since they felt entitled instead of quickly looking for more like the mice. With a great time pass the mice found a plentiful amount of cheese while the two people still back in the maze now arguing and even blaming each other as to why their cheese was gone. And this is the first thirty minutes and I can take away that if you stay stagnate or fill entitled to something you are guaranteed to go downhill. And doing the same thing repeatedly expecting different results is being insane.To the point of seeing hallucinations one human chose to finally go out and look for cheese but the other, so scared to go back in the maze was becoming paranoid and refused to go. As the human went out looking for new cheese he grew anxious but went through the unknown part of the maze.
In O’ Brother, Where Art Thou, Big Dan hears them mess up the chant and then smells them by sniffing the air. In the end, both monster had its own herd of sheep that followed them through everything blindly. These sheep, however both get used by the protagonist to escape past the monster without it noticing
In the street of Crumblebottom, inside district 3 of the city of Zareth an orphan with a dirt covered face and rags for clothes hobbles past the rundown buildings looking for any scraps that can sustain him for the day. To each side of the street are the poor and the homeless. Thievery, begging and prostitution are flourishing in the slums district of the city. As the young boy walks he sees a piece of scrap bread the size of an index finger in the gutter. little insects are festering on it and a rat scurries past to take a bite.