Rhoda has made the decision to move back to New York City, but yet with no job and no apartment. However, the trunk that Mary has sent with all Rhoda's possessions is the first indication that she and Brenda can't go on living together in Brenda's small apartment anymore. The small apartment size is highlighted when Brenda has a date with the possibility of an over night stay, and when Joe, Rhoda and Brenda each try to provide the other two with privacy when they need to talk alone. But without a job or money, and with every available suitable apartment costing an arm and a leg, Rhoda does something she thought she would never do: she takes Ida up on the offer to move back home. As Rhoda's stay at her parents' gets longer, it has a surprising effect on both mother and daughter. Written by
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The title is based on the 1940 novel 'You Can't Go Home Again' by Thomas Wolfe, published posthumously. See more