I thought she said she has to pick up her kid, leaving the gender ambiguous. If she said son, it could have been Noah's younger son.
Although a lot were nominated, it's not a death count, it's an exit list. Unfortunately, most series have chosen to kill off any character who leaves. Yang definitely deserves to be on the list.
I would argue the character reactions to Beth and Sweets were more noteworthy than their actual exits. We haven't even seen the impact of Beth fully, and Sweets being killed wasn't accepted well by anyone. Killing him because the actor wanted to take a break was hard to take, kind of ending it's chances for best list.
I'm writing this on my iPad and cannot see half of what I'm writing, so excuse the typos. People get married with romantic and sexual notions as laid before them in entertainment. Unfortunately, in movies and on TV we often only see the beginning of a relationship. We rarely see how they end... How people have to fight to keep their love alive. I think since people have these fale notions of what love is going into it and later into the relationship, poor decisions are made on either end.
They've been at odds for most of 2014. Maybe they'll make their way back to BFFs in 2015!
I don't think he's intentionally hurting her. He's as lost as she is and they're floundering in their new worlds. It's just coming a bit easier for him since he has his sweet, young and very famous thang. ;-) There are so many painful scenes and their delivery is fantastic.
Because nobody nominated it. Your comment makes that difference up, so thanks!
This sounds like an issue you must take up with your parents immediately! Mentioned or revealed?! ;-)
Steph, if we only reviewed the shows writers loved and didn't request that people take a chance on new shows they wouldn't ordinarily cover to improve our own views on the medium, many of the shows we cover here would go dark. Fear not, as I said, it introduces us to new entertainment and only highlights what we do. New blood is always a good thing!
No counting what we've seen of them with Jeffries, because I have no idea what's coming, I don't think in the past she was making decisions out of malice, but out of pain and circumstance. Pain of the loss of her child and the circumstance of being under the thumb of her mother in law and wrapped up in a questionable family with no foreseeable way out. Yes, she could go back to nursing and sustain her own life, but her fear of being around children and making a mistake probably makes it a wise decision to stay away. I would assume you have to be strong and believe in your knowledge to be in the medical profession.
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