Alright, at this point I have to say he is in fact dead and he is in hell. The whole change your ways thing is all just a joke to amuse the demons. Seriously, the career he ruined really is Tina’s fault. He at least had subconscious denial and refusal to confront the departure of his wife without so much as a note that literally said goodbye. Her excuse actually is that she just didn’t want to tell him. Ever. Also, she was pregnant. That sort of escalates the whole not telling him she is dieing thing. Especially if what killed her is something that could be a hereditary concern. How did she get into heaven?
Tina found out she was dying of cancer at the same time she found out she was pregnant. The doctors gave her less than two months to live and told her the babies would not survive at that premature stage of their development. Rick had collapsed in on himself with the death of his father so she went to talk things over with her best friend, who advised her not to tell Rick about the pregnancy because then Rick would be losing three people instead of one. Tina’s willpower kept her alive long enough to bring the babies into the safe zone but unfortunately by the time she realized the babies might actually survive Rick had been shot ten times and was in a coma. She kept hoping that he would snap out of it and stubbornly clung to life. She managed to bring the babies to full term, gave birth, gave them their names and then died. At which time she ascended to Heaven and sent Rick back to earth.
She did make mistakes but there’s going to be a flashback sequence in a few months that covers that time period and I’d rather leave that explanation until then.
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