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Date Posted: 22:56:54 04/13/05 Wed
Author: Diane
Subject: Re: Whoa!
In reply to: Shanola 's message, "Whoa!" on 20:49:49 04/12/05 Tue

Aww, I like the part where he tells Adam he was a super-cop, and Adam askes if he has any super powers. I think that's a perfectly valid six-year old question.
I will rethink the scene, but Michael has to explain some of the reasons for recent events, particulary his miraculous return from the dead, why the bad men had Adam, and why they have to move to Canada.

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[> [> [> [> Yes, but... -- Shanola, 05:54:08 04/14/05 Thu

If Michael can't trust what Adam would tell a therapist, who is legally bound to keep the information confidential, why would he feel he could Adam with the this information, leaving him open to tell every other kid he meets? I mean, really. What kid wouldn't run around telling his friends that his dad was a Supercop?

Yes, Adam asking his dad if he had any super powers is a valid six year olds question. Maybe you can find a way to work it into a different conversation. I just can't believe that Michael would tell Adam so much of the truth. It's not in his character. He's been a Section Operative for so many years that he knows better. Plus, he is trying to hide from Section. Why would he risk exposing such confidential information?

I can understand that Adam needs to deal. I just think Michael would come up with a better cover story to explain it all to Adam.

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[> [> [> [> [> See "Elena's Death" below.. -- Diane, 19:23:50 04/14/05 Thu

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