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Well, my comment was cut short... which is probably for the best :)
Anyway, I can't see why would writers build their relationship for a year and a half only to drop it like this.
Is this really the end of Wade and Zoe?
@William1 I am sorry, but I can't look at this from you point of view.
Let me just get back to how their relationship started. Remember that barn scene: "Admit it, you have feelings for me that I don't have". And then she jumps in bed with him. And she continues doing it. OK, she pointed out that her having sex with someone she doesn't really like is not the best version of herself, but hey...
She knew Wade liked her. He may have acted like a jerk at the beginning of the season 2 after George entered the picture again, but we understood his reasons. She went to him and asked him to be monogamous, she wanted romance, they slept together almost every night... and now she decides that two of them going on a real date is Wade asking too much?! Please!
This is not about defending Wade... He drives me crazy sometimes with his little remarks. But, Zoe showed no "moral sense" in this. At least, there's no way someone can convince me that that that's why she didn't want their relations
Can I say for the first time since I started watching this show I couldn't take Zoe!! Ugh! She was unbelievable. How can you not have anything to talk about with the person you have sex with on the regular??? And they had many conversations before. What's so different now? Lemon and Lavons date was the best closure anyone could ever have, it's great to see them both moving on now. I hope this guy becomes a "real" interest for Lemon. She needs a little love in her life. It was a nice episode aside from the Zoe mess. I enjoyed it
Zoe needs to fix this because bringing that book on the date with Wade was just wrong plus they had casual talks before couldnt they just had another one she also needs to figure out what her felling are for Wade
I don' t agree with the comments above. Isn't it better to be honest about how we feel to the people we care about ? That's what Zoe did. There's nothing worse than to get in a relationship jus because you're afraid to hurt someone's feelings by being honest. If it doesn't feel right for her to be more involved with Wade, then she made the right choice. She's not selfish or narcissist. From the beginning of the show, she had always put herself in trouble to help the Bluebell's people. And clearly, she still has feelings for George. She has a strong moral sense and that's what make her likeable for me.
Considering Zoe is the main character of the show why have the writers made her the least liked? This seems to be a theme throughout the series - while the other character grow she stays exactly the same. It may be that Rachel only knows how to pay her one-dimensionally but I think they have written her character to be a narcissist with few redeeming characteristics. No wonder everyone in Blubell hates her. Wade might do some dumb things sometimes but he is a genuinely good guy and deserves way better then her. This is one of my favourite shows and I'm frustrated because if they continue writing Zoe's character like this there clearly isn't going to be a third series!
Unlikeable not unlivable :)
Zoe was incredibly unlivable this week, I wanted to kick her! While Lemon, is really growing on me. Too bad, I was liking Zoe and Wade together but now I'm not so sure....I think Wade deserves better. I
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