Aaron left school to be with Warren and build a life. Five years and several sinks of dishes later, Aaron wants out.
Five years ago, Aaron left school and his childhood dreams behind to start a life with Warren, whom he met at college. It's not that Aaron doesn't love Warren, because he does. It's just that there's got to be more to life than waking up, doing dishes, going to work, and going to bed. Harrison is Warren's cousin, and he reminds Aaron of why he loves Warren, and confirms that he has to run away. He finds himself looking up bus tickets, calculating gas prices, etc. But what is there beyond this small life of his?