Scott McLane is unapologetically honest about his road to recovery. I knew he an interesting character as soon as he started out with stating that the Anonymous People is not a good representation of people trying to overcome addiction and stay in long-term recovery. I appreciated his honesty in relation to the fact that most people struggle. People who have addiction problems do not wake up and decide to have a problem. Addiction is a multi-faceted issue.
I appreciate that he was candid about both his addiction and his route to recovery. I like how he explained how the system failed him from beginning to end. Although he was realistic about the bleak options must people with addiction have to endure, he still remained optimistic about the future.