WARNING: If you are an English language GRAMMAR WARDEN, reader discretion is advised. It's not bad though. It's written like how some people informally talk at home and elsewhere. In this grammatically incorrect take on childhood talent acquisition, I Believe in You. Just Not THAT takes you into homes where children approach parents, grandparents, caretakers, guardians, and loved ones with their talent hopes only to be met with a healthy (or otherwise) mixture of support, hilarity, doubt, attempts, direction, and in some cases redirection. Children may often change what they want to do. What will you do when they come to you?