Oh no! Why!? Life is so pointless, it is a game that only fools play, but I will play on.
Yo Chad! Your girl, Regina, just jumped off the balcony!
You stinky rotten fish! I challenge you to a surf off...in the shark zone! Winner takes all!
Surf's up! You're on! Hah, I already know I'm going to win because you have never lived in water!
I lived in the womb, where there was liquid. That was where I started surfing.
We have a new champion! Everyone give it up for Kyle!
How can this be? It's impossible for you to have lived in liquid. How could you have defeated me?
While people are swimming toward Chad, his girlfriend, Regina, jumps off the balcony from her inner turmoil. This is a moment of anagnorisis and peripeteia for Chad because he realizes that all his wrongdoings have consequences.
Well then, give it up for our champion, Jack!
Although I won, I think Jack deserves this win because he has lost so much because of Chad.
Wow! Thanks bro, I appreciate it!
Kyle, Jack, and his men all find Chad on the beach and declare a surf off. Chad is overconfident because of his hamartia and hubris, which is ambition. Due to his ambition, he feels invincible and even more secure from the Mermaid Sisters' second apparition.
Chad is very confused as to how he could have lost because the Mermaid Sisters said that only someone who lived in water could defeat Chad, leading him to feel invincible. However, everyone has lived in liquid when they were in the womb; therefore, anyone could have defeated Chad. Chad's hamartia of being overly ambitious ultimately leads to his own downfall.
Jack ends up winning the championship because Kyle gives up his victory for him.
Catharsis is experienced by this tragedy because many characters die, allowing the audience to release their emotions.