Elliot gets to see what the world would be like without Milo.
Elliot starts his day off helping kids cross the street until Milo arrives and Murphy's Law kicks in. This pattern continues for several more days until he is fed up and wishes Milo was never born. He says so, shocking the students. He wakes up the next day to find no trace of Milo at all, much to his enjoyment. But it is short-lived, as he realizes his job is boring without Milo.
He tries to compensate by making disasters, to no avail. He then runs into a squirrel who tells him he is nothing without Milo, then runs away freaked out. He then runs into Vinnie Dakota and Balthazar Cavendish, who hear him screaming "Milo" and tells him that Dakota altered the space-time continuum so that Milo does not exist. They fix it, only for there to be five (the fifth Milo is on the other side of the road) Milos. When Dakota notices, he says "We're on it."
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