• Roger and his wife Maureen are sitting among a crowd at the Yankee stadium. However, they are not there to see a ball game. They are there to witness the marriage of their daughter Karen.
• Roger tells his wife how disturbing he finds the marriage, but Maureen shows little sympathy for his views. She tells him it is far to late to discuss it and anything that needs to be said can wait until they get back to their hotel room.
• Down on the field, Karen waits with her husband Kim to get married. She thinks to herself that she knows exactly what her parents are saying about her, but she doesn't care. She has found belief in her life and she is proud that sets her apart from normal people, particularly Roger and Maureen to whom she refers as her flesh parents.
• Roger vows that he...
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