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Diana puzzled. Her son appears, unseen, while Diana tells Dan there's something she's desperate to remember that's just beyond her reach. When Henry arrives looking for Natalie, Diana is given great pause, studying his face and asking his age. Unnerved, Henry hurries up to Natalie's bedroom, to convince her to join him at the dance the next night. Diana returns to Doctor Madden who suggests she further explore her history and talk more with her husband. Diana goes home and searches through the boxes of keepsakes, finding the music box. Dan tries to stop her, but the memories of her baby son rush back. When Diana confesses remembering her son as a teenager, and demands to know his name, Dan insists they need to return for more treatment. Henry arrives to pick up Natalie, who has dressed for the dance, just in time for both for them to witness an agitated Dan grab the music box from Diana's hands and dash it to the floor. Diana confronts Dan, wondering why he perseveres after how much trouble she's given, while upstairs, Natalie asks Henry much the same question. Dan answers, echoed by Henry, both vowing to stay steadfast, but just as both couples embrace, Gabe reappears, sending Diana running to Doctor Madden, asking Natalie to drive her, leaving Dan and Henry behind. Diana asks Madden what can be done if the medicine has missed the true problem. With her questioning comes the realisation that it's not her brain that's hurting: it's her soul. Madden assures her relapse is common, and suggests more ECT. Diana refuses, and though Doctor Madden urges her to continue treatment for her disease, she thanks him and goes. Natalie, waiting outside, is distressed to learn her mother has left treatment, and Diana explains herself, opening up to her daughter for the first time. She urges Natalie on to the school dance, where Henry awaits to comfort and embrace her. Diana finds Dan at home and tells him she's leaving him, explaining that he can't always be there to catch her; she needs to take a risk and deal with things on her own for once. She goes, leaving her son with him. As Dan wonders how she could have left him after he stood by her for so long, her son approaches, telling Dan he's not going anywhere. Dan grows more distraught until at last he faces the boy and calls him by his name for the first time: Gabriel. Natalie comes home to find her father sitting alone in the dark, in tears. She comforts him and turns the lights on in the room, before assuring him that the two of them will figure things out. We see Henry arrive to study, and Natalie tells him Diana has gone to stay with her own parents. We see Diana, alone and still hurting, but hopeful. We see Dan, visiting Doctor Madden for any word on Diana, but staying to talk about his own struggle. And life goes on. MUSICAL NUMBERS 1. Prelude 2. Just Another Day – Diana, Natalie, Gabe, Dan 3. Everything Else – Natalie 4. Who's Crazy/My Psychopharmacologist and I – Dan, Doctor Fine, Diana, Ensemble 5. Perfect for You – Henry, Natalie 6. I Miss the Mountains – Diana 7. It's Gonna Be Good – Dan, Natalie, Gabe, Henry, Ensemble 8. He's Not Here – Dan 9. You Don't Know – Diana 10. I Am the One – Dan, Gabe, Diana 11. Superboy and the Invisible Girl – Natalie, Diana, Gabe 12. I'm Alive – Gabe 13. Make Up Your Mind/Catch Me I'm Falling – Doctor Madden, Diana, Dan, Natalie, Gabe 14. I Dreamed a Dance – Diana, Gabe 15. There's a World – Gabe 16. I've Been – Dan 17. Didn't I See This Movie? – Diana 18. A Light in the Dark – Dan, Diana