Reminds me of a film director I once worked with. We were trying to figure out how to (logically) get the main character together with the love interest and circumstances were totally aligned against that happening. The director said, “Why doesn’t she just drive up, throw open the door and tell him to get in?”
We (my co-writer and I) asked what the logic was that lead her to do that since she–at this point in the story–didn’t know he needed help, didn’t–in fact–know he was in trouble and worse: didn’t even know he existed! The director said, “We’ll explain it later.”
To which we asked, “And what is the explanation?”
He said, “I’m sure you’ll come up with something.”
And he actually thought he’d solved the problem.
And the really funny thing? Since that day, I’ve been astounded to see this exact scene play out in movie after movie, dozens of examples of one character driving up, throwing open the door and yelling, “Get in!”