Pathway 2


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  • Inference: I infer that not spending time with his kids will reflect back on him in the future.
  • For the last time Jessica. Watch the game by yourself. I Don't want to watch the game with you!
  • Antagonist
  • Omniscient POV: As Paul and Jessica go their separate ways, Jessica tells her mother about Paul avoiding her.
  • Dad, can you please stay to watch the Super Bowl with me. It won't be the same without you.
  • Inference: I infer that, because of the last 2 events that have happened, something bad will happen to Paul.
  • AYY! Come back here with my money!
  • Omniscient POV: After Paul steals the money from the homeless man, he walks to the sports bar to watch the game with his friends.
  • I need this more than you.
  • Paul, I bet you 100 G's that the Broncos will win the Super Bowl.
  • Inference: I think that the Broncos will win the Super Bowl and Paul will lose much of his money.
  • Okay, I accept. But when the Panthers win, don't cry when you have to give me 100 G's.
  • I don't think this is such a great idea. You have a wife and 2 kids, take into consideration what you are risking here.
  • Omniscient POV: Paul and Jake take part in a friendly wager but Paul's interpretation of 100 G's is a little bit different than Jake's.
  • Protagonist
  • Inference: I think that now that Paul has lost $100,000, his wife will be extremely infuriated.
  • Whoa whoa whoa. We bet 100 grapes. Who said anything about money.
  • Well it seems like the Broncos won. Have my $100,000 by tomorrow.
  • Paul, he's right. You do owe him $100,000. I told you that the bet wasn't a very smart idea.
  • Omniscient POV: Paul was already unhappy from his loss but little did he know he had more to lose when he gets home.
  • Inference: I infer that Paul will have to stay at a friend's house.
  • I do too. Lets both say it on three.
  • I have bad news.
  • WHAT!!!
  • I want to get a divorce. You don't spend anytime with the kids and you're a bad influence on them.
  • Omniscient POV: As Paul and his wife break up he will need the assistance of a friend until he gets back on his feet.
  • Okay. 1..2..3
  • I lost $100,000.
  • WHAT!!
  • Inference: I think that now that Paul has had a reality check, he will start to become a better person.
  • No problem.
  • I'll try to get a part time job in addition to my regular job.
  • Elijah, thanks for letting me stay at your place until I get back on my feet.
  • Omniscient POV: Now that Paul has a place to stay he will decide to get a job that he will enjoy more than he expected.
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