Marvin's Room

Hank: Most of the time I just keep to myself. I think like what it would be like to be... someone else.

Lee: This is my sister we're talking about. We're not gonna let her die just so you can have one of your moods.

Bessie: Goofy carried me to Mickey's house?

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Question: The part where Hank, Bessie, Lee and Charlie were in the living room and Hank gets a chip, why did Lee asked him to put back the chip because she said that "Bessie hasn't offered him the chip yet and he has to wait to be asked" and when Bessie offered him the chip and Hank refuses, why did Lee forced him to get one? I'm so confused.

Chosen answer: Lee is being an overbearing mother with strict rules and Hank is a little mentally unstable (most likely because of Lee's parenting). Hank is just resisting his mother and probably even felt embarrassed and angry. It's a scene meant to show the strained relationship Lee and Hank have.

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