"Sam, This Is You" is a humorous look at Sam, a telephone lineman and inventor. Sam's invented a device to talk to himself back in time. Unfortunately, Sam's main interest is courting Rosie, and his love life is being sabotaged by his worst enemy - his future self.
"The Other Now" is a poignant love story. When Jimmy Patterson loses his beloved wife, Jane, in a car accident, he believes he begins to get messages from her. Can their love be enough to reunite them?
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The most memorable moment was being able to listen to them. What.... I should give away the highlight of the stories??
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I don't think I'll be doing any more reviews. I don't like this question and answer method, and the questions are poor choices. Why not let me simply write what I think?
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