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I thought it would have been cool if when Michael was hanging on to Franklin's arm that those two choices had two completely different results. If you decided to drop Michael it would kill him like normal but it would show Trevor drive up too late and see Michael hit the ground. Trevor would then leave and not talk to F like normal. But, if you decide to save him, Franklin would do the lifting thing and Michael would of course head but him and fall. This time though T would drive his truck up just in time to save him and they would both kill F together. I just think that it was completely out there that an inexperienced gangster could so simply kill a pycho killing machine, and a talented bank robber but neither of them could kill him.
This is why option C is the only one that makes any sense. I'm not sure why they gave us the option to kill off one of the main characters, but considering the lack of content after the story, I guess they just assumed people wouldn't play that much after the final story mission.