In Better Outcome, Sid reveals painful news to the man he drives around town that where he’s driving him next will be his final stop.
SID: I don’t care anymore, Mickey. This isn’t livin’. Waking up in cold sweats, waiting for when my number gets called. It’s only a matter of time, no matter what I do…I’m low level, nothin’. They even want to remove you and look who you are…imagine me? I gotta leave while I can. For all I know it could be tonight and I’m not risking my life. I made arrangements already…I’m sorry I didn’t tell you sooner, but to be honest with you I didn’t think I was gonna…then somethin’ happened, I saw you coming out the club tonight, I saw you give money to that homeless lady, and how you hugged her and everything, nobody really does that anymore, right? And you haven’t been all that terrible to me…at least not like the others, so…if you want out, I’m givin’ you your out.
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In the one-act play script Better Outcome, Sid is bringing Mickey on a drive that will result in his life coming to an end. 2 Men. Drama/Crime.
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