Ordinary Joe (2021) s01e13 Episode Script


1 Previously on "Ordinary Joe" I can't have kids.
Look, if it's a dealbreaker, I No chance.
I have a chance to be reinstated, and it would really be helpful if you would speak on my behalf.
But you're still drinking.
We've gone so far down a wrong path.
It's pretty clear we've come to the end of it.
There are a lot of smart people trying to help your mom.
So hopefully, she'll be back home soon.
I never should have talked to that guy at the shelter.
I told him about school, and now my mom's in prison.
Oh, I just loved your application.
Your story about kid-sitting your friend's son and That's our godson, Christopher.
He's one of the reasons why we're adopting in the first place.
You also forced me out of my comfort zone into something better.
You make me better.
- I'm sorry.
- No, no, no, it's my fault.
- You okay? - Mm.
I'm sorry.
That shouldn't have happened.
We can do this.
Come on, come on, come on.
You keep going, baby.
It's gonna be out at any time.
Oh, it has to.
Do you think that really helps? Gravity opens up the pelvis so the baby can descend into the birth canal.
Little late for a workout, huh? - Hey.
What's up, man? - All right, man.
I'm glad Lucas is doing good.
Hey, Mal.
How you feeling? Like I'll be pregnant until the end of time.
- Whoo.
- And these exercises are shockingly exhausting.
- Yeah.
- Nine.
Break time.
Yeah, come sit.
Let me help you down.
No, no.
You were doing so great, okay? Hey, sweetie, she's tired.
She just said, "I want a break.
" - I'll do it with you.
- Okay.
I know what's going on here.
- What? - What's happening? You two are just trying to win that bet on when baby Payne will arrive.
- No! - We wouldn't do that.
Amy, you voted for today.
That's why you're hurrying me up.
And you voted for some time next week.
Not just any day, okay? First of all, it was Valentine's Day because I'm a hopeless romantic.
Oh, please.
You just wanna win $200.
Last pie of the night.
- Excuse me.
- La suprema deluxe de la casa.
- Oh, I look at that pizza.
- Nice.
Thank you.
Oh, for family only, y'all.
This baby needs to come, stat.
Do you know that my extended family has been staying with us since the due date, which was a week ago? Six people, two bedrooms.
Never get a spare bedroom in New York.
People will come and they will never leave.
That is why I have a tiny apartment so that when my family comes to visit, they stay in a hotel.
Oh, oh, oh, oh.
- My God.
- Oh, wow.
- Is that is that your water? - Oh, my.
- Whoa.
- Oh, my.
Okay, you gotta call the ambulance.
We are prepared for this.
We got this together, okay, baby? - Call the ambulance! - It's gonna happen.
- Call the ambulance, man.
- I got a playlist.
- What am I forgetting? - Okay, where's the bag? - Where's the bag? - Call the ambulance.
- Ooh.
- Oh! Suckers! Oh, that ain't funny.
Look, I might be a million years pregnant but I can still do a prank.
- That's not funny.
- That's ain't cool.
Not funny.
Oh, my God.
Joe! Joe, are you okay? Joe.
Oh, my God.
Joe! No! Joe! Help! Help! Somebody help us! What'd you do to my car, son? Dad? Driving drunk, cheating on Amy.
This isn't the Joe I know.
I don't know what happened.
Life threw you off track and into a tree.
Help me.
What do we got? Suspected drunk driver, straight into a tree.
Car's completely totaled.
He's lucky he's still alive.
- Let's get him to imaging.
- All right.
We're gonna put him bay one.
Let's go.
Ready? Pupils filly dilated.
Blunt-force trauma to the head.
This isn't the Joe I know.
Oh, my gosh, is this Joe Kimbreau? Think so.
That's too bad.
Look at that hand.
Notify next of kin.
Did you hear what I said, Eric? I am the worst person.
Stop self-flagellating.
- You want some coffee? - I basically cheated on Jenny.
No, you did not cheat on Jenny.
Hey Amy, if you saw Eric kiss some random woman This is the adoption lawyer.
- I gotta take this.
- No, no, no.
Yeah, go.
- Oh, man.
- Hello, this is Amy.
Basically, you know, Kinsley came over and, you know, it was snowing, so I told her she could stay and we ended up having some drinks on the couch.
- Stay over? - Look, the point is, is that she just made me feel good, right? She inspired me these last few weeks.
And as soon as she saw those dumb zipper pants, she, like, saw a whole new product.
She saw a whole new company, man, a whole new me.
Okay, that sounds like validation.
It does not mean that you two are in love with each other, okay? Right.
I'm not.
I'm not in love with her.
- It's it's a feeling, right? - Yes.
It's that feeling I should be feeling with Jenny.
You two are living over FaceTime.
It's not sustainable, right? So So what am I supposed to do about it? Do something romantic.
Valentine's Day is a few days from now, okay? We have not missed a Valentine's Day together since college.
All right, all right.
Don't break that streak.
Keep it going.
Yeah, but there's Chris and there's school.
Make a road trip out of it.
Bring him along.
A father-son buddy film.
Go for it.
- A road trip? - Yes.
- To Atlanta.
- Uh-huh.
Thank you.
Yes, we'll talk soon.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- Tamara picked us.
She's going to give birth in a couple days.
We're gonna be parents.
Are you kidding? Oh, baby! What what the hell happened? He's up.
Oh, my God.
Is anyone hurt? Oh, my God.
Is Dionne okay? Yeah.
She's gonna be fine.
Doctors released her this morning.
- Oh.
- And no one else was hurt.
Yeah, that crush was pretty bad.
You scared us all, man.
Joe, I know you don't want to hear Amy, stop, please.
It was a blizzard, okay? I got in a car crash in a blizzard.
- Yeah, you were drunk.
- I was I had a few drinks.
I wasn't drunk.
Can you give us a couple of minutes, please? Yeah.
Amy, come on.
I really don't wanna do this right now.
Dionne? Really? Your personal trainer? That's so cliché.
Whatever you have to do to spin this for your campaign, I'm fine with it.
I don't care about any of that.
Joe, whatever happens with our marriage, I love you.
I don't want you to die.
I'm not trying to kill myself.
It sure seems like it.
Police brutality.
Racial profiling.
For some people, these are just buzzwords, but for my family, they're real, which is why I've invited my family to be my first guests on my new podcast, "Chasing Justice.
" Papi, will you start us off? Please welcome Riel Kindelán.
I spent two years in prison for a crime I didn't commit, all because an angry cop abused his power.
When my dad was in prison, every way I can show Come on guys.
- Is that okay? - It's okay.
We can edit it out.
When my dad was in prison, every way that I can show him love was cut off.
- I mean, the prison guards - Shh.
Threw away a card that I got him because it had glitter on it.
And they wouldn't let us bring him any food from home.
It was inhumane.
What about the racist cop who started all of this? Officer Evans? He saw my father, a brown man, and assumed that he was a criminal, and he was never punished for that.
Oh, no, he's actually running for city commissioner of Miami's District One.
We see his ads everywhere.
- And he has a lot of support.
- Mm-hmm.
The same man who kept us apart.
I really wish there was something we could do about it.
Well, there is.
We could protest.
Raise money for his opponent.
He's running unopposed.
Well, then we find someone to run against him.
I heard you needed a lawyer.
I needed a friend.
I can't deal with the team of suits right now.
Well, I don't practice criminal law, but my associate Deborah does.
So a DUI with injury.
The passenger will probably sue, but we'll cross that bridge.
Now, you are a celebrity, so the judge is likely to make an example out of you.
Luckily, I am friends with the Cayuga County ADA, and she's willing to deal.
I can get you probation instead of jail time if you agree to rehab.
- Shows initial remorse.
- No, no.
No rehab, okay? Can't I just pay a fine or something? I have a tour to get back to.
Thought the tour was canceled.
I don't need rehab.
Why don't I give you two a minute? Sure.
Joe, I was I was wrong not to tell you about the pregnancy after college.
And I was wrong again ten years later when I did.
Joe, if that caused whatever you're going through right now, I apologize.
It didn't.
And I'm not mad at you.
I wish you would've told me so I could have supported you.
Well, I'm sorry I never gave you that chance.
Maybe we'd be Zeke Turner's parents.
Who knows? But those years after graduation they were the worst years of my life.
My mom died.
And I had Zeke and I gave him to the Turners and then I went to law school.
Ten year plan, right? But I couldn't do it.
I couldn't study.
I couldn't go to class.
I couldn't get out of bed.
They put me on academic probation.
Me, the former valedictorian.
And that spring, I took a leave of absence and went home.
And my dad, he He asked how he could help me, and I couldn't even admit that something was wrong.
It took me two months to ask for help.
I had to want to live.
And you need to want that too, Joe.
Hey, buddy.
Lookit, traffic's moving.
It's grooving.
Let's have a little smile, huh? Dad, what's really going on? What do you mean? Why are you in such a crazy rush to see Mom all of a sudden? Did you tell her about Kinsley? What do you mean, tell her about her? That you guys just sold your company to Berman's? Oh.
Yes, no, I haven't yet.
I wanna tell her in person on Valentine's Day just 'cause we've missed so many holidays together already, you know? She was just here for Christmas.
Yeah, but that's not enough.
That's not enough time.
I miss her still.
Don't you? Yeah, but I also have school.
Our class is watching the SpaceX launch and learning about rocket propulsion.
I don't wanna miss that.
I know, bud, but lookit, this is your mom's first big trial, and that's educational and it's family.
I've already learned that I can spend an hour trying to get on the bridge and still see my house in the rearview mirror.
So tell me, how did the podcast go today? I know that Amy was really excited to have such great guests for her first episode.
It was good.
- Thank you.
- Very thought-provoking.
Amy, you've always inspired me.
And you were the only one who could talk me into running for the school board.
And she was only ten years old.
She beat my best friend Christy's mom.
Christy never spoke to me again.
So I I decided to run for city commissioner against the corrupt cop that arrested your father.
Mom, that's amazing.
It's an opportunity to show the world who this man is.
- Mm-hmm.
- And who we are.
You'll be incredible, mi alma.
So how can we support you? Money, Joseph.
Politicians only want money.
I will be your first donor.
- Oh, okay! - Wow.
Wepa, wepa, wepa! - Salud, salud.
- Aquí.
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
You sure you don't want some wine? Oh, I'd love to, but I'm about to be on duty.
I got you.
Now we gotta take you to the police station.
It's just a formality.
They wanna take your picture like everyone else.
We love you! Thank you.
- Hey.
- Hey.
I wanna show you something before we leave.
I saw him, Uncle Frank.
Dad, at the car crash.
I, uh I know it wasn't him, but it looked so real.
Oh, my God.
Is this ours? Snagged it before the department had it auctioned off for scrap.
- Does it run? - Not yet.
But if you help me, we can have her purring by the time you get your driver's license.
A Porsche.
Are you kidding me? I've always wanted one.
Yeah, me too.
But on a cop salary, it would take me another 20 years, so we have to build our own.
Maybe you'll be able to hand it down to your kid one day.
Hang this on the rearview.
That's Saint Christopher.
So he's with you wherever you go.
He ever tell you the whole story behind this car? Just said he got it through the NYPD.
It'd been in a single-car accident.
Driver got jail time, had to surrender the vehicle.
Your old man, he'd been drinking a lot back then.
This car, somehow, it changed him.
He started to focus all of his addictive personality into fixing it up instead of drinking.
He got himself clean.
And you and him working on it together, that really helped him, Joey.
I wish he would've told me that.
Yeah, we're not so big on talking about things.
You know, if your pops was here, he'd probably tell you the same thing I'm gonna.
Go to rehab, Joey.
Go to rehab.
I'll go.
I'll go.
I never thought my daughter would date a man in blue, Joe.
Well, I understand how you feel, Riel, I truly do.
Amy told me the whole story, and that officer should have been charged.
I know you're nothing like that officer, Joe.
Absolutely not.
But surely your precinct has bad officers like the one who assaulted me.
How does a good guy like you justify working in a place like that? - Papi.
- That's a good question.
I'm not blindly loyal to the uniform.
So if I see something, I speak up.
Amy tells me you're considering testifying on behalf of your uncle for his reinstatement.
Okay, that was way different.
And you know what? That was a long time ago.
I mean, he did it, right? Whatever he's been accused of? Technically, yes, but it's it's complicated.
The truth is never complicated.
He's family.
One day, I might be family too.
- I'm so sorry.
- No, I'm sorry.
I think I made things uncomfortable for your family.
- It's fine.
- Okay.
- Be safe.
- Okay.
Really? What was that all about? Amy, I Your father and I were talking earlier, and we're wondering, is Joe the only thing keeping you here in New York? I live here.
But why do you live here? You're a waitress at a pizza shop.
You can't afford your rent.
And the local Democratic Party has essentially blackballed you.
Why not come home? Ay, Mom, stop, please, okay? You could have your dream job in Miami.
Be my campaign manager.
Our family united against the man who tried to destroy us.
We can't lose.
Not with you by my side.
Hey, bud, you haven't said a word since we crossed into Maryland.
I don't know.
I just feel bad.
If we flew, we would have been there by now and had all that extra time with mom.
Yeah, sure, but airlines are idiots.
They destroy, like, 10,000 power chairs a year.
We can't risk that, so, you know, we're driving.
No biggie.
How am I gonna fly into space if I can't even fly on a regular plane? I mean, you saw "The Right Stuff.
" Their training's insane.
Okay, first of all, that was a movie.
Based on a nonfiction book.
Okay, sure, but it was set, like, 60 years ago.
Astronauts don't train like that anymore.
Yeah, but still, just doesn't Look, Chris, right now, it may be hard for a disabled person to travel into space, but it doesn't mean that it's always gonna be that way.
Who knows? I mean, Stephen Hawking took a zero-gravity flight.
So maybe one day, you will design an adaptive spaceship just like we designed those adaptive zipper pants.
You gotta dream big, Chris.
Life is full of endless possibilities.
Like french fries.
You want some french fries? - You read my mind.
- Yeah, baby.
Good morning.
And a good morning to you, Ms.
Is everything okay? I still feel kind of embarrassed about the way I acted the other night.
I don't know what got into me.
Hey, we all gotta blow off some steam sometimes.
Game time.
- Hey, good morning.
- Good morning.
Good morning.
It's gonna be okay.
One day at a time, kid.
You sound like a greeting card.
It's not your fault.
We just want you to get better.
I am so sorry.
The investigator's so-called new evidence came out of nowhere.
This isn't your fault.
You got the investigator to confess to violating Marilyn and Misty's rights, got the judge to throw out Misty's interview, and then And then we learned that we can never get too comfortable.
We've got to come up with a new legal strategy, or our client goes back to jail.
What about jury nullification? It's quite a Hail Mary.
On closing, we appeal to the jury's humanity, their sense of justice.
We get the jury to agree that the law is unjust, Marilyn goes free.
Okay, that's our new strategy, then.
I'll do the closing tomorrow.
Can I still do it? I discovered the investigator's violation of Misty's rights, I got the judge to rule to dismiss Misty's testimony, and, more importantly, I'm a mom.
I have a kid practically the same age.
I know what Marylin is going through.
Let me convince the jury.
Well, you just convinced me.
Hey, wake up, sleepyhead.
Huh? You slept hard in there.
- Where are we? - I don't know.
Why don't you take a look for yourself? Am I still dreaming, or are we at the Wallops Island Spaceport in Virginia? 'Cause that looks a lot like the SpaceX Falcon 9.
Well, I couldn't let my son miss out on learning about propulsion, and I realized that the SpaceX launch was on our way over, and now you get to see it in person, which I think is way better than watching it on TV in Mrs.
Durkin's class.
I love you, Dad.
I love you too.
Five, four, three, two, one! I'm here today to speak on the fitness of my uncle, I'm here today to speak on the fitness of my uncle, Frank Kimbreau, as it relates to his possible reinstatement.
Officer Frank Kimbreau is a good man and a good officer.
Always has been.
But in the aftermath of the tragic events of 9/11 when his brother, my father, officer Christopher Kimbreau was killed, he fell prey to his demons.
He had what my grandmother used to call "the allergy.
" He's an addict.
But in the decades since then, he has worked hard to kick that allergy and to become the type of officer that this department can be proud of.
And he's been successful doing that.
But those demons are back.
And as much as I would like to sit up here and say exactly what he wants me to say, I do not think that my uncle is fit to return to active duty.
Not yet.
Not now.
He needs help first.
Thank you.
Good afternoon.
In a few minutes, the judge is going to instruct you to only follow the letter of the law as you deliberate.
Thing is, this case is about more than the letter of the law.
It's about a single mom, Marylin.
Last year, Marilyn lost her husband to COVID.
And despite working two jobs, she and her daughter ended up homeless.
But to keep one thing normal for her daughter, Marylin decided to keep Misty in the school that she had been attending since the age of five, where everyone already knew her as Mimi and where the lunch staff knew to give her a special meal for her peanut allergy and where she spent afternoons with her best friends in the math club.
They're gonna say that this is a crime, but I say this is just being a good mom.
I have a son that's close in age to Misty, and, God forbid, I was to face a similar dilemma, I know I would do the exact same thing Marylin did.
Marilyn Harris did nothing wrong.
So as you consider the evidence, consider this: is it a crime to love one's child and want to give them a better life? Thank you.
We have made a decision.
Officer Kimbreau, please rise.
Officer Frank Kimbreau will be reinstated pending his completion of a 30-day alcohol rehabilitation program.
Joe, look at me.
Hey, I don't wanna do this right now, okay? - I did what I thought was right.
- Just shut up.
It's not your fault, okay? I just want you to get the help that you need.
Yeah, I know you do, kid.
I know.
You gonna answer that? - Hey, Eric, what's going on? - Joe! Yes.
Mallory is going into labor right now.
- Now? Right now? - It's coming! - Right now, man.
- Just hang tight, okay? I called an ambulance.
It's delayed.
- I'll be right there, okay? - Okay.
Well, there's traffic on 31st Street, and there's a broken-down garbage truck.
It's blocking the whole street, okay? Hey, hey.
Just stay calm.
I'll be right there, okay? Okay.
Thank you, buddy.
Thank you.
The baby's coming.
I'm gonna be an uncle.
They're stuck at the restaurant.
I gotta go.
I gotta go.
All right, go, go, go, go, go.
I'll call ahead to the hospital.
Okay! Will the defendant please rise? In the case of the State of Georgia v.
Harris, we, the jury, hereby find the defendant not guilty on the charge of criminal fraud.
One more time inhaling the arms up overhead.
Exhaling back down into warrior two.
At any time taking your child's pose.
- Relaxing your breath.
- Making amends, apologizing to the ones we've hurt, no matter how small or how long ago, is crucial to a successful recovery.
As addicts, we've all made crappy decisions that have hurt the ones we love.
And, you know, apologizing for those decisions will eventually put you on a path to making better ones.
Listen, I've been thinking.
I'm not going back to New York.
I've decided to stay home in Atlanta.
Open my own firm with a mission to service lower income neighborhoods, - vulnerable populations.
- Wow.
Just like we did with this case.
It's inspired me.
You've inspired me.
And, Jenny, I want you to be my partner.
- Me? - Yeah.
- Your partner? - Yeah.
Barrett, I haven't even graduated law school.
I'm still a paralegal.
Yeah, who just won a jury trial despite the fact that the prosecution had her client dead to rights.
You're a freaking rainmaker, Banks.
You could take the bar exam right here in Georgia.
I'd have to talk to Joe and Chris.
Of course, of course.
Talk to 'em.
Blankenship and Banks, huh? It's got a nice ring to it.
I'll think about it.
You got this.
Okay, just keep breathing.
You got it.
Doing great.
You're doing so good.
- Where is this doctor? - How far apart? - 15 seconds.
- Okay.
- Should I get the doctor? - Soon, okay? - Is the epidural still working? - Babe, the epidural is working, okay? - Okay.
- Just breathe and be calm.
- Do you know this, though? - Yes, I do.
- Okay.
- Ah.
Oh, oh.
This isn't good.
- This isn't good.
- I'm sure it's fine.
It's an alarm.
You know what an alarm means.
- It means that something is bad.
- Yes, because she's connected.
Honey, we need to be calm for her.
- Okay, okay, okay.
- Okay.
Normal deceleration of the baby's heart rate.
- Okay, uh, yeah, I - She wants out, mama.
Let's get you into a better position, okay? She's been here for this has been going for an hour Put your one foot up here - and your other foot is here.
- Okay.
We're gonna start pushing very soon, okay? On the count of three.
Valentine's baby! Oh, boy, you better cut it with those pranks.
- Come on, get us out of here.
- All right, we're gonna go.
Joe, we're gonna be just fine.
- Yeah, we're gonna be great.
- Once I get in your car.
Which has the beautiful emergency lights.
- Yeah.
- I'm gonna give birth in my beautiful birthing suite with my essential oils and my cozy socks and my birthing playli Those were kind of close together.
Let's just keep moving, all right? - Oh, no.
- What? - It's happening.
- No, no, no, no.
- The baby.
- No, it's not happening - Now! It's happening now! - No, no, no! Not right now.
Honey, not now! Get my birth playlist! Get my birth playlist! All right.
This is happening.
This is happening.
- Right now? - It's happening, yeah.
I need my John Legend! I need my John Legend! Mal, you got this, okay? I want you to take a deep breath.
I'm right here with you, baby.
- I'm right here.
- Is that how they taught you? I'm a cop.
I am not a nurse.
- But I'm I got you.
- I need my John Legend! No, I need my John Legend! - Just breathe right now.
- She needs her John Legend.
- Upstairs, man! - Okay.
Give me your hands! Give me your hands! My head's underwater But I'm feeling fine You got this.
You got this.
You're crazy, but I'm - Deep breath.
Deep breath.
- Out of my mind You're not crazy, baby.
'Cause all of me loves You're doing great.
- All of you - Perfect.
All your curves and all your edges One breath, one breath.
One, two, three.
One, two, three.
All - Of you - You got it, baby.
One more.
One more.
You got this.
- Come on.
Just one more.
- Okay, one, two, three.
Oh, my God! Keep pushing now! Keep pushing.
My God, I am pushing! You got it, babe.
Here it comes.
- One more.
One, two, three.
- Ready? Three, two, one.
I give you all - You got it! - There you go.
Good? You did it.
You did it.
- Is she here? - Yes, she's right here.
Let me see her.
She's right here.
- Oh, my God.
Oh, my.
- She's perfect.
Oh, my.
Oh, my.
Wow, so tiny.
We did it.
- Oh, you got her? - Yeah.
I got her.
- Aw.
- Yeah.
- Aw.
- Yeah.
Joe? Where'd the godfather go? - Hey.
He's right back there.
- Right here.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- It's your turn.
- Yeah? - Yes.
- All right.
Be careful.
- Are you ready for this? - I'm ready for this.
All right.
Here we go.
There you go.
- Pretty cool.
- Yeah.
I have so many stories to tell you about your dad and how I made him the man that he is today.
That's a lot of confidence right there.
- Never misses a beat.
- I'm just kidding.
Your dad is the man by himself.
And his wife.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Hey.
A baby.
Can you believe this? Oh, here, I brought you your slippers.
Thank you very much.
Here you go.
How are you feeling? I'm okay.
- Congratulations, guys.
- Thank you.
Joe's a natural.
Wanna hold the baby? - Please.
- Go for it.
- Here you go.
- Yeah.
You got it.
Oh, hey, man.
Sorry to hear your wife's gonna lose.
I really liked her.
Hey, I got a question for you.
I'm trying to get out of here.
Do you know where I can find a phone to make a call? You ran a great campaign.
Are you gonna be okay? Yeah.
I'll be fine.
Thank you.
This is it.
Yes, it is.
You ready? I'm ready.
- Happy Valentine's! - Surprise! Oh, my God.
Oh! Did you grow? Yeah, he did.
We got tired of living our lives over FaceTime.
And we decided that when we're together as a family, that's when we're on the right path.
Wow, thank you.
Let's renew our vows.
The baby just dropped.
It was incredible.
I wish you could have seen it.
Joe, I want to tell you something.
I'm gonna run my mother's campaign for city commissioner.
That's great.
I'm moving to Miami.
Miami? I work at a pizza shop.
I can barely afford my apartment, and my career's on pause for who knows how long.
The plan was always to move back to Miami.
What about us? Amy, listen to me.
What's back there in that room with Eric and Mal, that love and that family, I want that, okay? I want that, and I want it with you, okay? - Joe - No, hear me out.
Marry me.
Marry me.
I have made so many crappy choices in my life that I wish I could undo.
What we have is so special, and I turned my back on you when you needed me the most.
I am so sorry.
All I can do now is fix it.
I do wanna live again, with you.
Every bone in my body knows that you are the one for me.
It's always been you.
I should've come to the lake house.
Let me make the right choice this time.
Every decision you make, you write your own life story.
But you don't always get to write your own ending.
All you can do is chase what you love and see what's next.

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