Continuity mistake: In the scene where May McGorvey is writing the letter to Ronnie in the hospital, the two "n's" are very close together, almost looking like the letter "m." This is shown again when Ronnie discovers it in her belongings when returning from the hospital. However, when he looks at the letter on the table after doing the dishes, it is two distinct "n's."
Sarah and her daughter Lucy go to the park to meet up with Brad in order to run away together to figure out their relationship. Brad leaves his house without saying good-bye and on the way to the park he runs into some skateboarders. They tell him to try and jump the stairs while skating; he tries but falls and is knocked out.
At the park, Ronnie sits alone, devastated about his mother's death. Sarah approaches him and says she's sorry about his mother's death. She turns around and notices her daughter's gone; she looks for her and finds her nearby. She goes home with her daughter. Brad is taken away in an ambulance and discards a letter he wrote to his wife Kathy because he's decided to not leave her.
Larry goes to the park and apologizes to Ronnie since he feels responsible that he caused Ronnie's mother's fatal heart attack. Larry notices that Ronnie has cut his genitals (in order to be a "good boy") and is bleeding massively. Larry rushes Ronnie to the hospital and arrives at the same time as Kathy is there to see Brad, who has just arrived in an ambulance. The narrator says that you can't change the past but that it's possible to decide the future and that you have to start somewhere.
Ronald James McGorvey: She's gone.
Sarah Pierce: Who... who's gone?
Ronald James McGorvey: Mommy's gone. Mommy died.
Question: In the foursome dinner scene, Cathy checks under the table and sees something about Sarah's feet that heightens her suspicion about the affair. What does Cathy see? The camera seems to focus on Sarah's painted toenails, but I don't understand why that would arouse suspicion.
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