By Stephan King
Plot Line. A story about a man going through many hoops and challenges to stop from smoking.
A friend shows a man about a business that has a 98% success rate for quitting smoking.
He goes to the business and meets man who makes him sign a contract, making sure he wont tell anyone about what happens here, they start the treatment.
The director shows the man a bunny eating food, he then shocks the bunny, and says " If you smoke, and we will be watching you all day, your wife will be electrocuted" That causes the challenge of the man to not smoke.
Falling action / Resolution.
The man stops smoking for a year, he looses weight and becomes much more happy with his life.
Theme. Fear is more powerful then willpower.
Characterization. Morrison VS. Donatti.
Morrison. Indirect Characterization.
Morrison is a overweight, heavy smoker. The author talks about how he looks, you can see how he talks. He is aggressive through making threats to people, and it is obvious he is a caring person, he does something that is hard for him to protect his family from getting hurt.
Donatti. Indirect Characterization.
Donatti is shown as a man who is used to getting what he wants. He talks about how he very rarely fails and how he won't quit. He is willing to hurt the people you love to get you to quite your disgusting habits. He is very firm and hostile. "Sit down. The voice was as cold as shaved ice." He is a very controlling and shows that by telling Morrison he only has one option, to quit smoking.