Mary hasn't told her parents Dick and she aren't a couple anymore when they go on a trip to her parents. They agree not to tell her parents the bad news. However, other bad news does come to the surface. Harry, Tommy and Sally in the meantime help Nina moving. Sally gets the idea to move in with Nina and orders Harry and Tommy to re-move Nina's belongings as well as move Sally's assets to Nina's apartment.
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Did You Know?
Mary's parents are named George and Martha, an allusion to the pathologically embattled husband and wife protagonists in Edward Albee's 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" George Grizzard originated the role of Nick in the 1963 Original Broadway production and Elaine Stritch was a replacement Martha. See more
[in the stinger, after Dick and Mary leave
George, there's something I have to tell you: you're not Mary's father.
I've suspected that for a long time, Martha. Does she know?
Oh, don't be silly. Of course not.
Good. Next time they visit.
During the end-credits, an additional scene is shown of Mary & George. See more
References Boys on the Side