In this episode of true life, the two main characters suffer from narcolepsy. This is a condition where the individual has the overwhelming desire to sleep often. Some side issues related to this problem is Cataplexy which is the sudden loss of muscle function. A trigger shown by one of the subjects of this episode is laughter which is dangerous because she is a teenager that likes to have a good time with friends. This episode is basically a summary of the two victim’s illness narratives. These are important to a variety of people including the person’s family and doctor. These are important because it allows the family and doctor to understand better what is going on because not all of the issues may be apparent through simply observation. This allows the family to fully understand and the doctor to diagnose and treat the issue at hand. Most importantly it is the patient’s primary way of communication in an attempt to deal with the issue that is plaguing them. Both of the participants start with the restitution narrative because they want to deal with the problem at hand and get to an expected goal. The chaos narrative took place half way through because both of the participants had a hard road to deal with. One struggled with not wanting to take any drugs while family and friend tried to change her mind and the other dealt with the use of too many drugs and the potential negative effects that it could have on her body. The whole story was a quest narrative because it tells the entire story from beginning problem to attempted solution through steady improvement. At the end of the video we find out that Julie finally gives in to taking medication which improves her quality of life. Katie also has a happy ending because she cuts her dose in half which makes the relationship with her significant other much better because of his constant worry.