Plot hole: The whole premise for Taylor's being forced to go on the lam with her daughter is that she doesn't have anywhere to go - she can't go to her mother Alice's, since Alice is leaving her husband (i.e, Taylor's stepfather) and so this seemingly makes that house not an option. But it's stated specifically that it's Alice's own house Harland moved into - so it makes no sense at all why Alice can't either go back to her own house, or kick her soon-to-be ex-husband out, or have Taylor share the house with her soon-to-be-ex-husband. It makes no sense except as a plot device.

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The whole premise for Taylor's being forced to go on the lam with her daughter is that she doesn't have anywhere to go - she can't go to her mother Alice's, since Alice is leaving her husband (i.e, Taylor's stepfather) and so this seemingly makes that house not an option. But it's stated specifically that it's Alice's own house Harland moved into - so it makes no sense at all why Alice can't either go back to her own house, or kick her soon-to-be ex-husband out, or have Taylor share the house with her soon-to-be-ex-husband. It makes no sense except as a plot device.

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