Sandy finally gets the call form the urologist, played by Danny DeVito. He hears what all old folks with a prostrate condition hear. You have cancer cells, but before they affect you in some way, you will die from something else. Both Sandy and Norman continue their lives, but everything is affected by society's view of them. At one point, Sandy sits on a park bench near a playground and the mother's pull their children away and go to talk to a cop. The results are quite precious. Meanwhile, Norman goes back to work, where the whole place is running without him. His presence makes everyone nervous and he realizes that things he holds dear aren't embraced anymore.
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