[I Love It When Characters Surprise You, Just Like Real People. When I Write A Scene I Just Try To Make The Characters Behave In A Way That Feels Natural To Them. Sometimes That Means They Make A Left Turn And Do Something Unexpected. Those Are Always The Best Scenes In My Opinion.]

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