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Meaning Then

We're betting you've never been on a quest to prove your worth to someone with a list of impossible tasks like Helen. But we're pretty sure you do know what it's like for something to turn out differently than you planned. Or for everything to go wrong along the way.

As long as it turns out okay, then all's well that ends well, right? This phrase is thrown around all the time, and it means exactly what Helen is saying in the play. As long as it ends well, then who cares how we got there? It's all good.

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