'Hello Tomorrow,' an Apple TV+ show, concludes its first season with a hazy future for the characters. After all the lying, postponing, cheating, and agony, the judgment day comes when Brightside customers board the rocket that will take them to the destination they've dreamed of for all this time. Jack had so much hyped up the condos and the future they'd be living in the Moon, that even he could't stop them with the excuse of another unexpected
Recap of Episode 10 of Hello Tomorrow
The customers are waiting to board the jet as they prepare for the launch. Elle tells Jack not to think about what will happen to them when they go to the Moon; instead focus on the income that will start pouring out once the rocket launches.
Joey arrives at the launch site to sway Jack into halting the launch. He convinces him that he wants the same thing. Together, they meet the customers and find Lester. Lester decided to apprehend Jack on the spot for several offenses and fraud. When he asks Joey to provide the evidence, he acts like he doesn't know what Lester is talking about.
Jack makes an excuse to fit the customers with V63 vests. He tells Herb to take them all to the fitting room before the plane goes down. Meanwhile, Joey's mother, Marie, wakes up from the coma and asks to see Jack. They leave the launch in Elle's hands.
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Jack has finally found himself on the road to doing the right thing after conning so many people for so long. They now have a rocket, a launch pad, and a lot of customers. All they need are the condos on the Moon, and all his lies will have turned into the truth. Elle, however, does not share his vision. She is more concerned about what happens to the people once they land on the Moon.
Jack understands that he will need investors' money to construct the condos, which also means the rocket must fly. However, he did not want to lose his customers, who had already come close to ruining his business once. So, he dupes them once more and locks them in the elevator.
Jack and Joe are forced to leave when they get a phone call from Barbara revealing Marie to them. He said he didn't want Myrtle to go with him when she sees him there. She is shocked when it's revealed otherwise.
Lester reconsiders his decision while leaving the launch site. He is in love with Myrtle and wants to stay with her, no matter if it is on Earth or on the Moon. At the last moment, he returns. He sees all of the passengers have boarded, but then he hears some noise from the elevator. It turns out all the passengers are still there.
Herb and Betty board the rocket, hoping to meet Stan Jenkins at the Brightside headquarters and get a promotion. However, she is unaware of Jack's intention and refuses to accept the passengers. The rocket crashes to the Moon, earning cash.
The rest of the planet can be handled on Earth, but what happens to the passengers? Nothing up there, and once they land, they will have nowhere to go. Will they be stuck on the Moon again on the next flight back, or will they be sent back on the next flight back? On Earth, everything will go as planned. Investors will shower Elle and Jack with money, while customers will be left with nothing.
While the fate of the passengers sounds bleak, there is still hope for them. The Moon passes in three days, which means Jack has to find a strategy to fix the situation. But there is still time for Jack to stop the rocket from reaching its destination.
Jack will have to devise a strategy when all of the passengers leave the airport. Second, the passengers go to the Moon and discover nothing. This time, Jack devises a convincing explanation.
Jack might have the rocket returned to Earth, although it would take a while to finish what he started, and he wouldn't have to worry about the passengers again the next time.