In the car, Dennis sits silent, but there's a voiceover of him interviewing that says he has no excuses for what happened, and that he has to take the bullet and go home and deal with this. He says he'll come back stronger. He says not to count Dennis out, that he'll be okay. Our regular credits are followed by a link to Alcoholics Anonymous.
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