Shaken by the betrayal by her fiancé, Marin begins to re-evaluate her own life and the fact that she might not qualified to be giving relationship advice. As she settles in and becomes close to some of Elmo's residents two incidents threaten her status: she blows out the town's power just before the televised game everyone was looking forward to, and she gets involved with a man. Even the raccoon that has been following her around abandons her. In the end, she decides to stick it out and sends her editor back to New York without her (on the Elmo-LaGuardia shuttle, supposedly.) Written by
Ron Kerrigan <email@example.com>
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So I guess there's no easy way to move on from a relationship. You can't flip a switch and suddenly be over it, because the road really is full of hidden potholes. You can try staying in the relationship, you can stay home and dream of the unobtainable one, but in the end it just takes time, and some Alaskan tap water, and the help of a town full of good men. Thanks for sleeping with me Elmo.
Written by Minnie Riperton
and Dick Rudolph
Performed by Minnie Riperton
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