He took her to the hospital to have her broken nose fixed. He wants her to know he loves her and forgives her, no matter what she has done.
He beats her in a jealous rage. He overheard her talking to her sister about Tom.
He locked her in her room. He suspects she is having an affair.
Nick knows of a hotel that specializes in icy cold baths.
They have tickets for a Broadway matinee.
Daisy wants to avoid confrontation and get away from her problems.
He believes Daisy never loved Tom.
He believes that she once loved Tom, but doesn't anymore.
He thinks Daisy will do anything to hurt Tom because he has cheated on her.
Nick and Jordan get into an argument and Nick say he will take the train home.
Gatsby is speeding, is stopped by the police and is arrested for drunk driving.
Daisy is driving Gatsby's car. She hits Myrtle Wilson but keeps driving.
Gatsby thinks he can make up for it by paying Wilson a lot of money.
Tom's first instinct is to protect himself. Later he cries.
Wilson thinks he deserved it for cheating on him.
They are both consumed with jealousy
They are both unhappy, but too scared to do anything about it.
They are both careless, and don't take responsibility for their actions.
He fell in love with her and lied about his financial status to impress her.
He knew Daisy was rich, and he wanted to be in control of her fortune.
He knew right away that Daisy only loved him for his money, but she was so lovely and charming that he didn't care.
It's high pitched
It's full of money
It's hard to hear
Not Loving Daisy
4 o'clock in the morning
A dance before the war
A play in the theater in town
Camp Taylor from which he and other officers went to visit Daisy.
He fell out of love with her
He was sent to study at Oxford.
He couldn't find her
The eyes of God
The punishment for Myrtle
Daisy already knows
Gatsby's phone is disconnected
Daisy and Tom have left town and left no forwarding address
No one wants to pay their respects
Gatsby's entire family shows up
Only Gatsby's friends show up
Mr. Gatz (Gatsby's father)
He has hundreds
They're all drunks
Nick is his only friend
He's just not cut out for it and he wants to go back home
It's where he belongs
He needs to move to the south
He was never in love with Daisy
He was sad Gatsby was dead
He told George that the yellow Rolls-Royce was Gatsby's
He was a wise man
He was chasing a dream
He was the queen of the ball