The other way is that Kima would not have gone to school for fricking six or seven years to be a lawyer, that she would rather just get her Bachelors and become a social worker. She would have been tangled in a whole other kind web, and gotten a whole other-level frustration, but I think she would have a more hands-on ability to influence folks in these underserved communities to make some positive change. Knowing that there are no real easy fixes within the public institutional system. I think with the kid that she took out of the house, it was probably the first time she thought, 'I gotta do something about this. And I can't do it in a uniform, behind a badge.'