Willy yells at Charley, who leaves. This applies to Willy Loman because he has several weaknesses, pride being the most evident. Willy's character, emotions, motivations, and destiny are developed through his interactions with others.
Biff and Happy listen as well. Charley: Willy's somewhat wisecracking yet kind and understanding neighbor. She is very pretty and claims she was on several magazine covers. Willy blurts out that he was fired.
Upset at his father's unrelenting misconception that he, Biff, was a salesman for Oliver, Biff plans to relieve Willy of his illusions. Linda reminds Willy that Biff has to return a football that he stole, and she adds that Biff is too rough with the neighborhood girls.
He also inhales gas from a gas pipe, in an attempt to slowly kill himself Miller Nor do his sons fulfill his hope that they will succeed where he has failed.