Haha. I did mention the overwhelming amount of comments and how the conversation was driven by men. In fact, the first question appears truncated. We talked a bit more about how difficult it was for men, especially, to grasp why a woman who appeared to have everything -- looks, intelligence and a supposedly loving husband -- could have lost her self confidence and become so unsatisfied. I whittled it down to what you see. Like I said, I think you guys would have enjoyed listening in. She's so great and really fun to chat with.
I was using all of your direction during the interview, so if you enjoyed it, it was thanks to your many meaningful discussions. Stephanie was such a sweetheart and a lot of fun to chat with. That never transfers to the written interview, of course, but you all would have really enjoyed listening in. She does care greatly for Grace, but also sees the error of her ways. If there's going to be experimentation going on, I'm all for it with Grace and Adriana. They have the possibility to be electric! ;-) I'll try to see the fun side of it and remember it's not all about me and my serious side. Haha
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The end of the first book. Then everything is expanded and grows in the second and third. The books are not long at all and very fast reads. All are about 300 pages each.
You'll find out a bit more, if not exactly. But if you're enjoying this at all, might I recommend the books, which are 100 times better and explains everything in detail? Hey! I just did. ;-)
I agree with you on all counts. I thought the episode was riveting. It's interesting because everybody wants the A storyline to end. Well, at some point the real world is going to come crashing in. It has to. I thought it was great to see the ramifications of this A BS first hand and for their parents to finally get involved and care about them. Far too often it feels as though they live in a community without grownups. These are kids, still in high school for goodness sakes. For them to be going it alone all the time is ludicrous. This made sense to me. Was it all fun and games? No. But nothing they've been through for five seasons should have been looked at that way. I also agree with you about escapism. I, too, miss the days of escapist TV. That's why I gravitate toward sci-fi television and the Hallmark channel these days. Outlander almost drove me to toss myself off the roof. What was fun about that? Someone said Tyrion had a line in GoT about there being too much violence in life and he didn't want it in his leisure time (HA - that was you!). Amen brother. All of that said, it was STILL necessary to address the reality of what the Liars have gone through at some point. If they're truly bringing the A story to a close, there's no time like now to get it all out on the table so they can wipe the slate clean and move on. On any other show, one of them would probably commit suicide after all the trauma they've been through, so we're likely getting off easy.
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Person of Interest was renewed for 13 episodes, so it's likely being held for a later date, perhaps 2016.
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