I think at this point Grace isn't really flirting with Dylan. She'll respect he's her sister's beau and assume she misunderstood. That's what I meant about the bartender. Since he didn't think she was all that, Grace can then re-examine what's happening with Dylan, add in the fact he's with Stephanie and then conclude she was wrong in her assessment about flirtation, figuring he's just interested in her from a business or creative aspect.
Grace didn't decide to pose naked. There wasn't any way she could have asked permission (and, no, she doesn't need permission). She was going to be in a photo shoot and initially decided against participating. She was swept up in the moment and did. That wasn't disrespectful of the marriage, in my opinion. Neil would have recognized Adriana's house from the photos if he had looked over her work on the table. Grace wouldn't have had to out her client, because Neil would have known. He could have then called Adriana on messing with his marriage. But his disinterest in her work sent them down two totally different paths again.
I think that Neil chose the photo as a breaking point (chose is probably not the right word) because he can't bring up the affair at this point without outing himself in the process. He's ultimately upset over all of it, but since he didn't break when he initially found her with Simon, he did over the photo.
Perhaps I was seeing red from being so angry at the hour. Somebody is definitely asleep at the wheel. How in the hell did Lydia scream at Derek and Braeden without another word about it? Commercial break? Give ME a break! Next scene was Derek laughing at Scott's wonder about the second vault. Liam is merely afraid of the dark so he can react to his Alpha bringing his nightmares to life. One can also assume he'll overcome his fear and be the one to realize the short Beserker is Scott and he'll save the day. I want to believe there is a plan, but I cannot think what it is. They're definitely taking the long road to getting there. Since the season is essentially over, I think that was a really poor choice.
Alright. So here's where I stand. First off, after last week, I'm going to skip speculating on the spoilers because they are awfully crafty in splicing them together. I do think everything will spill out this coming week. They'll spend the next week trying to determine how to proceed with what comes out. Perhaps that will be when we get to the meat of their relationship. I just don't see all the bad in Grace anymore that you all do. She was pushed to Simon because she felt empty. That doesn't surprise me. Most women would just wallow and resent their husbands, but she did something about her pain. Good for her. She hasn't been back to see Simon for a while. She has been rather abrupt with him. She does enjoy Dylan's flirtation, but I don't see it as something she's pursuing or not addressing. When she was in the bar and the bartender ignored her, it set her back a bit. She didn't feel all flowery and confident. She could be uncertain that Dylan is doing what she thinks, and since he's now dating her sister, it might seem moot to her. She's not as worldly as you think, just because she slept with a gigolo. Neil is still not on track between what he's learned from his dates and transferring that feeling he's beginning to understand over to his relationship with Grace. Instead he's utterly focused on the happy app. Why isn't he as focused on his marriage as he is on that app? One seems achievable and one doesn't? Their conversation in the kitchen proves that Grace still doesn't see improvement when she tells him he doesn't always listen. Walking past Grace's work without noticing Adriana's house proves that she's right. It's interesting to me, who warmed up to Grace when her episodes finally had their due, that nobody else is willing to give her a break.
That's the best answer I've heard for not knowing these characters. No, you can never read too many books. However, more than one of these characters made their first appearance in a book. Hmmmm. ;-)
I think the actress does a horrible Boston accent. They can be quite lovely -- she, however, doesn't quite have it down. All the other actors? Bravo!
For Lana I LOVED Swingtown and Miami Medical was highly under rated and should have had a fall slot. It was so compelling and had great characters. Swingtown was a dream show. She's always been fab!
That was seasons ago. This was current. If it expands, he'll make the list. Half of the GoT cast will be the list.
This was only within the most recent season. If it expands they'll likely be included.
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