After 19 years on Georgia's death row, DNA evidence gets Daniel Holden released. He's survived by reading books and meditation (doing time by escaping time), and he's ill-prepared for life on the outside: he's diffident, self-contained, nearly catatonic. His sister, especially, and his mother have stuck by him. He meets new family (his mother is remarried, his new step-brother is wary that Daniel will take his job at the family tire store). Can Daniel adjust? His prosecutor, now a state senator, stays in the news by insisting on Daniel's guilt, and the senator has an ally in the local sheriff. George and Trey meet in secret in the woods. Later, there's gunplay. Written by
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On the way to the prison, when Janet says that Ted Jr. is calling, Amantha jokes, "Does he want to stop at 7-Eleven for a Ding Dong?" 7-Eleven does not have any locations in Georgia, so it's unlikely that would be the store on her mind when cracking the joke. See more
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We call it lethal injection humor - more humane, but not as funny.
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