I'm stunned that this has happened again. I've never understood why Daphne is given so many opportunities despite her continual slap in the face to anyone who offers them. If she really loved Bay, she wouldn't have let her ruin her future for something she did herself. How is she learning anything from it? Sisters share? Wow. Thanks for nothing! Really hard to swallow. It would be nice if the parents and police called the girls out on it and Daphne was in even more trouble for not only doing it, but lying and allowing someone else to take the blame. THAT would be worth watching.
I agree that Daphne feels the enormity of Bay's love for her, finally, but if her actions have consequences for someone other than her... what kind of lesson is that? She should have never allowed Bay to take the fall.
Ha ha... Thankfully, we haven't seen anything like what was on last night on Satisfaction. What are Bunchy's past crimes? Yes, Ray has been with Ashley before. She looked totally different when her hair was longer. She was with Stu... the last guy who really DID porn!
I stayed on Twitter on Thursday for the session with the creator and Matt Passmore. It's not a series about cheating, but that is the vehicle used to get us to think about the ideas they're tossing around. I also don't think Grace is doing something nasty with the photographer but rather that he's doing a piece with many people using the nude form as expression. Of course, Watching the show next week is the only way to know for sure!
Whatever you feel is representative of your voice and your writing abilities.
The way I look at it is that if the story were realistic, we wouldn't have the opportunity to look at some truly interesting aspects of relationships. In real life, insecurity or fear would keep Neil from behaving as he does, but by being unrealistic, we're able to dig into the human psyche a bit. A lot of what you feel about Grace could be different if she was given some of the information Neil has, but then he wouldn't have the unique perspective that's driving his character to do all of this deep thinking. It's a conundrum. Keep it real or fantastical? I vote for the latter because of the amazing insight we can get when we don't let our human foibles taint our decisions.
Hate it. Hated the book. The series makes even less sense and brought the characters to even more odd places. Just ick all around. Should have kept the frakin' Newsroom.
Barbie's father is involved because of Aktaion Energy, which is housed in the obelisk and must be getting it's energy from what came down with the meteor. Perhaps the dome is actually to protect the egg and get the residents to understand how important it is to stop whatever is happening with Aktaion.There is even what looks like an evil butterfly on the Aktaion billboard (or it's an Akteon stag, but that doesn't fit, so I'm rollin' with the butterfly). The dome must have waited until Barbie was there to come down so he could reconnect with his father and mitigate his involvement. Or something. Solved! ;-)
I do. There was white racism against the Irish for a long time, something that seems to be perpetuated in the nosy holier-than-thou neighbors in Truesdale.
I don't think they're going to buy the house either. People seem to forget that they are who they are no matter where they live. Moving to a new neighborhood doesn't make you feel different, and things could even be worse (as the idiotic neighbor women prove).
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