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Synopsis
In this installment of Cleveland Steamer, our main character McGee has to figure out if "going outside" is a good idea or not. As he weighs the costs and benefits of the situation, he clearly decides that going outside is going to cost more than he is willing to spend. McGee and Stevey have a short dialogue expressing each other's views, but ultimately McGee's opinion dictates the actions of the group. McGee is obviously the leader. McGee's sarcasm is a byproduct of a cruel interactions in his world, however his sarcasm is not only demeaning to Stevey, but it also makes McGee seem course and cold. We will find that McGee is neither course nor cold, but simply stupid. McGee is that guy you know and hate, but he seems to never get the fact that you don't want him around- he just shows up and you make fun of him to his face, and he just never gets it. I hate you CR McGee.
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