Before the series finale of A Million Little Things, there was a sense that something sad would happen.
The question was what it would be and how much it would break the audience’s heart.
Gary’s situation at Katherine and Greta’s wedding gave us the answer we feared.
During the wedding, Gary coughed up blood, which indicated that he needed to be hospitalized.
However, he refused to go and instead delivered his speech. This showed that something was not right with him, and it was heartbreaking to see him put on a brave face.
Gary’s condition was not fatal, and he is expected to be okay. He has a lot to offer the world, and he and Maggie have a beautiful family.
However, the reality of life is that things do not always work out the way we want them to. This is a sad truth that we all have to accept.
At the end of the episode, Gary admitted to Maggie what had happened and that they needed to go to the hospital.
He recognized the fragility of his life and understood that he needed medical attention.
The hope is that Gary’s fighting spirit will help him pull through. This hope will keep us going through the remaining episodes of the series.
Gary’s health crisis was a sad event, but it showed us the fragility of life.
We hope that he recovers and that his fighting spirit helps him overcome his condition.
The remaining episodes of the series will reveal what happens to him, and we look forward to seeing the outcome.