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In this episode, Taylor follows up on the importance of cause and effect with two examples of scenes that violate the Law of Cause and Effect.
As a review, Taylor defines the Law of Cause and Effect as:
Characters only act or react (the effect) in direct response to something that’s happened (the cause). Or, to put it another way, there is always a reason for everything a character does and says.
We also get another segment of Stories from the Farm, where we hear Taylor tell a “coming of age” story for two of her young chickens.
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