Wade gives some unusual advice… Judd and Quinn talk about her confusing time… Judd learns the meaning of friendship…
“Okay.” She steels herself. “I was having sex with two men. With you it was kind of an obligation. I mean I loved you, don’t ever doubt that. But the sex with Wade was the sex I was having without obligation and that was kind of better.”
I close my eyes.
“Damn it, Judd. I warned you about this.”
“Keep going,” I say.
She sighs. “It was hard not to think of him when I was having sex with you. I kind of needed it to get through it.” She shakes her head. “This makes me sound like a complete bitch.”
Still reeling from the shock of discovering his wife's infidelity, Judd Altman learns that he has lost his father and will be one himself. His soon to be ex-wife, Quinn, is pregnant with his child.
After almost losing the baby, Wade (Judd's old boss and Quinn's lover) realizes the truth about himself and his relationship with Quinn and leaves her. Judd, in the face of Quinn's situation, forgives her, but cannot reconcile their marriage.
With nothing but a stolen Porsche, Judd drives to Maine with limitless possibilities. A man with nothing has nothing to lose, and a man with nothing to lose can do anything.
Twenty Four Weeks begins with Judd's time of reflection in Maine and his eventual decision to return to New York City, to take back the life that has been so cruelly taken from him. Sometimes humorous, this bitter-sweet tale is full of hope, love and forgiveness.
With characters and back story based on the novel "This is Where I Leave You" by Jonathan Tropper, Twenty Four Weeks is set after the events of the movie of the same name.
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Contains video stills and music from various sources to enhance the listener’s experience. Warning: this story contains coarse language, adult themes and sexual references. Further episodes will contain high-level sex scenes and violence.