The dynamic of Paul and Jane’s relationship was markedly different from that of John and Cynthia’s. We see that while Cynthia was resigned to John prioritizing his relationship with Paul and The Beatles over theirs, Jane wasn’t willing to acquiesce to being second fiddle.
“I think John attaches so much meaning to telepathy: he and Paul are so special that they have this incredible ability to read each other in a way that other people can’t. But if they stop being able to do this, what does this say to John?” -If I Ran Ep 2, Pt 1
“In a nutshell, we believe this was all a high-stakes game of chase that spun out of control, the end-game was never to end the Beatles or for Lennon/McCartney to separate as a creative partnership….” - If I ran away from you: Ep 1, pt. 1
“The traditional story claims John said, “I want a divorce” in Sept ’69 and that’s what spelled the end of L/M,: because John wanted out. It is a defining moment, but not in the way it’s framed. I think IF it was the end, it was because that was when Paul disengaged.“If I Ran Ep 1