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When I Found You - Part 5: Nathan McCann Summary & Analysis

Catherine Ryan Hyde
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Part 5: Nathan McCann

In You Would Think So, Wouldn't You?, on November 25, 1978, Nat asks to use Eleanor's record player, and though she nervously agrees provided he keeps the volume down, she and Nathan are both pleasantly surprised to hear Nat King Cole, and they dance together. Later, Marvin LaPlante calls Nathan to inform him that Nat was fired two weeks ago for calling out every Wednesday, but Nathan refrains from discussing it with Eleanor until he hears Nat's version. Nathan leaves a business card on Nat's pillow with the word "forthcoming" and its definition written on the back. That night, Nat asks to speak to Nathan and admits he was fired, explaining that he planned to tell Nathan when he got another job, but he has been unsuccessful. When Nathan asks him about missing Wednesdays, Nat admits to training, and Nathan needs...

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