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"...and should be regarded as extremely dangerous."
George and Hazel hear on the TV, after watching the performance of the ballerinas, that their son Harrison has escaped prison and there is a look out.
The news shows a picture of their son wrapped in the handicaps he has to wear in order to be equal to everyone else.
Harrison is heard on air barging onto stage and he announces his rejection of how society is. He sheds his handicaps and dances with one of the ballerinas, who also sheds her handicaps.
George leaves to get a beer and Hazel keeps watching the dance their son perform.
Gun shots are heard through the TV, Harrison and the ballerina lay dead on the stage. The two were shot by the Handicap General Diana Moon Glampers.
George returns, unaware of the shooting, and sits back beside Hazel to drink. He asks why she is crying, with which she responds that she doesn't remember.
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