It turns out that the late phone call caused Destiny to oversleep. She
tries to eat as fast as she can.
Destiny has already missed her carpool, so she has to catch a taxi.
Destiny is afraid of making a bad first impression on her boss. It would
break her heart to be fired before she even gets a chance to begin.
The cabby is the same cabby from yesterday. “Late for work?” The
cabby asks in a condescending tone.
“Just shut up and drive!” Destiny demands.
“What does this chick have against potential stars?” Destiny wonders
Destiny arrives at the movie lot almost two hours late.
She pauses at the door hoping to avoid the anger that probably awaits
her on the other side.
Drake is dressed and ready to make it to work on time, but has
problems with the elevator. It takes too long for it to reach his floor.
He also misses the carpool and has to take the subway to work.
Drake enters the subway, once again praying that he doesn’t get
He arrives at the next station unharmed, but is forced to run the rest of
the way to the bookstore.
He can’t help but enjoy some of sights on the way.
Drake finally makes it to the bookstore, but has missed almost half of his shift.
He lies to his boss telling her that he got lost. “Don’t let it happen again!” She
Destiny is finished with her first day of work. When she arrived on the set this
afternoon, she expected to receive a lot of strife for being late, but the reality
was… she’s just not that important. No one even noticed her. She spent the
day chatting with her co-workers.
Drake and Destiny enter the elevator back at their apartment; happy to
still have their jobs.