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Question: Write a sad alternative ending to Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (2022 film), where Lyle refuses to sing onstage for Josh Primm near the end of the film.
As Lyle stares out into the brightly lit crowd, he feels a strange sensation welling up inside him. Overwhelmed by anxiety, he shakes his head at Josh Primm, unable to fulfil his friend's wish and retreats backstage instead. Josh looks desperately towards Lyle, their shared dreams of success seemingly slipping away into the ether. He attempts to perform without Lyle, but it's not the same. The crowd, there for the dynamic pair, are left confused and disappointed. Their applause is lukewarm and the spotlight dims down as Josh finishes his act. Backstage, Lyle watches and feels an overwhelming sense of guilt. He tries to apologise to Josh, but words fail him and all he can do is emit a mournful and regret-filled crocodile growl. Josh, however, understands and offers Lyle a sad smile. "It's okay, Lyle," he says softly. "We'll try again. Maybe another time, when we're both ready." That night, the Primm house is filled with a heavy silence. The family console each other, promising that they'll figure it out and be there for Lyle, but the jovial spirit is unmistakably gone, replaced with a quiet melancholy. Despite the outcome of the evening, Lyle and Josh's friendship still remains strong. They might not have achieved onstage success, but the experience taught them a valuable lesson. Their bond, they realize, is more important than applause, filled with understanding, forgiveness and unspoken support. In the end, the curtains close on a quieter, softer note. There's a tinge of longing, mixed with the bitter realization that some dreams might never come true. But through it all, they find comfort and solace in the strength of their friendship and the knowledge that there will always be another opportunity, another stage, another chance to shine.
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