Three and Out

Tommy Cassidy is dying, that's why he wants to die on his own terms. He wants Paul to split the Three and Out pay out with his daughter Frankie. On the morning Tommy's to be run down, Paul learns that the Three and Out clause no longer exists. Paul sees Tommy on the tracks and stops the train, but honoring Tommy's dying requests starts the train back up again as Tommy says a final prayer. Paul later on writes the novel; 'Three and Out' sending a copy to Frankie enclosing a cheque with ten percent of his earnings he got from the book. She tracks him down to his flat and convinces him to go on a boat trip off the coast to swim with sharks. As he prepares to dive, he sees Tommy's spirit standing on the boat waving goodbye.


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