Why does Mr. Underwood snort when he sees Scout sitting in the balcony?
It is funny that the Finch children are sitting with the black people in the balcony because it is a gesture so contrary to the racism at the center of the trial.
It is ridiculous that a young girl is listening to the offensive testimonies at a rape trial because there are things under discussion she should not hear.
It is amusing that Atticus' children are running wild because Mr. Underwood knows Atticus told them not to come to court but to stay away that day.
It is reminiscent of how the children (Scout especially) broke up the mob outside the jail the other night with their simple presence and conversation.
It is angering that Atticus is actually trying to defend Tom Robinson instead of just letting the state win, and it is angering that his children are even present.