Roger’s mom was somebody Walter lived with for a long time and cherished significantly more than he adores his present spouse, a high society lady (played amusingly by Susan Saint James) who is convinced by Walter to make Roger a house visitor on the ground that it may be fashiona ble
This is before she takes in reality of Roger’s parentage, which is to state that it’s while Walter still imparts a manor to her. At the point when the realities about Roger get to be distinctly known, Walter is out on his ear. Before long he and Roger are living in a shoddy motel room and have no wellspring of pay, aside from ventures like the wager Walter tries to hustle on a ball game. He sees a short, pudgy white father and child in a schoolyard, and orchestrates a $5 amusement, just to find that Roger is, as Roger himself puts it, the main dark adolescent in America who can’t play ball.