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Ira and Malcolm are best friends: they always make each other laugh, always eat lunch together, and always play together. But one day, a disagreement about whether to play tag or hide-and-seek sees the suddenly über-popular Malcolm run off with a crowd of tag-loving kids--and Ira all alone. Any efforts to cheer him up fall flat. Finally, Malcolm finds Ira again and asks the one question that matters, "What's wrong, Ira? You can tell me." And finally, Ira has the opportunity to honestly express his feelings.