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Kennedy’s vice-president after losing the nomination himself.

In , we see a brusque, stubborn politician who always felt slighted by the cliquish, snobbish Kennedys — a nagging wound that would only grow when he was sworn in as president after Kennedy’s assassination.

With no real direction, and not much in the bank, they live day to day, and explore the world of dating.

They’re out of school and living on their own, but they aren’t settled yet.

But from the beginning, Harrelson was ambitious and quixotic. You could never pin him down after that: In comedies, dramas, lighthearted romps, and deeply dark thrillers, Harrelson is always doing something a little bit different than what anyone could have reasonably expected him to.