"Friendly Skies" analysis

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In front of Ellen's mother and colleagues, Roy shouts at her: "So what if I am sleeping with her? What's it to you? You think you own me? Do you? Huh, shit-for-brains? Huh?" (206) Ellen battles with negative emotions from this bad experience and these feelings bottle up inside, making her feel lost in life and depressed...
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On the second airplane to New York, Ellen begins to see the nice man sitting next to her, Michael, as the "anti-Roy," (206) which shows she is not over Roy yet. Also, when Mr. Lercher goes crazy, he grabs Michael's laptop and "[brings] it whistling down across his skull," (209) making Ellen jump up and stab the crazed man uncontrollably with a fork...
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