A/N: Oh. My. God. I cannot believe I forgot about this. SUMIMASEN! SUMIMASEN!
Anyway, this is the last chapter, which is really short and disappointing and I'm sorry.
And, of course, you can't put on a play without a lead. Without a doubt, that part goes to Tony. He's a bit more subtle than his other half, but he certainly draws attention in his own way. Everyone loves Tony to some degree, but Tony doesn't love anyone—too little time, he says. Until he's cast in this role. Now, he has to love if he wants to make it through. The part requires a deeper feeling that even the best actor can't fake. So if he can learn to love Maria, the young, skinny but pretty Puerto Rican girl, the two can go back to being bitter rivals after the curtain closes. Because, I mean, she's just a dumb ol' broad, right? And a PR at that. So why should he have to talk to her? She only drags him down.
A/N: Again, I apologize profusely.