Gordon tells Donna about his health issues. He downplays it in his own life as he starts a new venture with some old colleagues: custom built PCs. Donna has troubles with the health news, not only in that the impression she gets is that he felt he couldn't turn to her because of work issues, but also what it truly does mean for their lives. It is not good timing as Joe brings Westgroup/Jacob's offer to purchase Mutiny to the Mutiny team. The offer on the surface allows the current team to retain creative control, while behind the offer Jacob and Joe are solely interested in taking over the community aspect of their work, in Joe's words a forum to allow "housewives to share recipes". Joe understands that it is Cameron's continued mistrust of him that is the primary obstacle, and as such works on others who may have influence on her. What happens may depend on whether Cameron sees the company as hers or the collective. An incident specifically with Lev may change everything. With this ...
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Please, Joe. I can't take such a large amount of sunshine up my ass. It makes me itch.
Still on Fire
Written by Anders Trentemøller
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