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as long as you don’t get a job at McDonald’s, that’s where I draw the line. What do you mean? Some of those thugs at Micky-D’s are hot! Yeah, but El, meet the thugs as a customer, not as a coworker. Doesn’t matter, ’cause from now on, I feel like only good things are going to happ– Oh! Oh, oh! You gave us a scare there. You okay? Uh-huh. Can you tell me your name? If you tell me yours. He’s fine. Fabian. Elliot. Elliot, we are going to have to take you to the hospital, alright? Sure, wherever you want to go. Surge. You okay? Yes. Sally. What? I love him. So, Fabian. Yes, Elliot. Where you from? Cuba. For real? Mm-hmm. Have you ever been back? Mm-hmm. How is it? It’s the most beautiful place on Earth. I’m gonna try to get back there this winter actually. Okay, that sounds nice. Hey Serge, can we get the doors please? Hey, Fabien, What’s up, Elliot? What hospital are we going to? St. Joseph’s. Can we take the long way? All set, papa? Uh-huh. Hey you know what? What? I was thinking, we have been dating for a month. Yeah? That’s like a year for you. Keep it cute, papi. Ma, how do we know who we are? I guess we have to go back to the beginning. So, how are you, Ma? There are so many things I never thought to ask you. What is it that you wanted to do? Who is it who you wanted to be? What were your dreams? I know now that there was once a time when you loved, when your heart was ready to give and receive it, but you never got any, and so, you could never give any. That’s a shame, Ma. And so, I want you to know something. I want you to know that I love you, so we can stop hating each other. And I hope now, we are free. A paramedic? Yes. Oh. Is this yours, Ma? Mm-hmm. Can I see it? Wow, this is nice. Are you drawing? Yes, yeah recently. You know, just for myself. Josenia? Yes, that’s me. That’s my name. See you in another five years. Ma. This feels nice. It does. What is it? It’s just, it’s so funny. Look, you know, all my life I was looking for a real man and look, he was here all the time. Ma. El! You know it’s a shame that your friend just met me now. I used to be so much prettier when I was younger. Tell him, tell him, El! You’re still beautiful. for Samantha and Lisa ELLIOT LOVES Junko was kicked out, Miss. I’m the new girl. Seems you had a bad dream. You see that big cherry tree? My aunt went mad and hanged herself there. Sometimes on moonless nights, my aunt’s ghost dangles from that branch. Here, drink up. When babies cry, my auntie feeds them a spoonful of sake. “Sweet bird, sweet bird “My sweet bluebird “What scent is this, that fills my nose?” You think I’m Tamako, a poor Korean handmaiden. But my real name’s Nam Sookee. Raised by Miss Boksun, top purveyor of stolen goods. I was able at age to tell a real coin from a fake. Then learned to forge stamps from Gugai, and studied pickpocketing from Kutan, but these babies will never learn such useful skills. Abandoned as newborns, we’ll wash and feed them, then sell them to Japan. Such meaningful work. Instead of starving, they grow up gentlemen and ladies. Kutan only