Gabe's Story

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    Who really determines a person's destiny?

    By walrus_8463, May 16, 2006

    Gabe O'Brien has a pretty jinxed life. One day, after hitting his head in a car accident, he finds that he can see and hear things he couldn't. Gabe's wife hates how Gabe dosen't take responsibility in his life. A man in orange kills Gabe's grass and is surprised that Gabe can see him. Later that night, Gabe and a coworker plan to rob a man's house to get money. Then, the man in the orange suit shows up again and lets the air out of the van tires. The man reveals that Gabe's "story" is written this way. So, Gabe demands that he take him to see his writer. They arrive at headquarters: a tall building that reaches up infinitely into the sky. Gabe goes and sees his writer, Roxanne. Apparently, everyone in the world has a writer which determines what they will do. Roxanne gets annoyed when Gabe tells her that he wants to take responsibility for his own life and make his own choices. She calls upper management and Gabe pleas his case. He is given permission to live his own life and Roxanne now only has to write 5,999 life stories. Back at home, Gabe and his buddy decide to start their own business. Gabe reassures his wife and tells her he will do better. This episode is a great role for Christopher Titus. It also shows how a person should take more responsibility in their life.moreless

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