What does Walter do during lunch which causes Scout to ask, What the sam hill is he doing?
A. He practices his audition for American Idol. B. He stabs Calpurnia in the heart with a fork because her cooking stinks. C. He licks his shoe. D. He does the Hustle. E. He pours molasses on his food.
The correct answer to this question is E, he pours molasses on his food. Walter and Scout are characters from Harper Lee's 1960 novel To Kill A Mockingbird. In this novel, Walter and Scout are classmates. Walter is poor and helps convey the message of relationships between the different white classes.
Scout is a tomboy, who is smart, strong, fearless, and well behaved. She is a typical five year old, but as the novel goes on, she sees her first example of racial divison and racism. With these experiences, Scout shows how an innocent child can grow to have the mind of an adult, based on the actions they see.