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While there wasn't anything cool about Lyla calling the cops on Dan, you can't blame her for "getting him drunk" and then pushing him behind the wheel. He's a grown man and should know better than to drink too much and get behind the wheel. They're both pretty damn nasty with each other, but we won't have to see it much longer since she only has one episode remaining.
But.... I thought you were all for total, 100%, no grey area honesty!!! ;-)
When I go to a bar with the intention of drinking, I take a cab. Delia is a snake. Abby isn't playing well with her because she doesn't like her tactics. Dint blame Abby for her attorney looking out for her. It's her job. You have no idea how Jake and Becca hooked up. We know they're together. She cares about him. Abby has a lot of free time to party because Jake has the kids, leaving her free time. You didn't notice how incredibly uncomfortable she was at the bar? Totally out of her element. You're seeing role reversal. I see a marriage that, at some point, worked. They supported each other and raised decent kids. They're sharing responsibilities now and amicably splitting assets. I'm not developing drama where there isn't any. When it comes, we'll see how they handle it. So far, they're doing great.
In the premiere, Will noted he was the manager of the club. I didn't take note he didn't drive. You're creating scenarios that haven't been presented on the show with Abby and Jake. They're doing really well with each other. They have their moments, but they just separated. Who wouldn't?
I believe I stated I feel for all involved. My exception is Dan because he loses me with the bondage Queen. Nothing he says means squat after that's introduced into the equation. I think both Jake and Abby have been behaving within respectable boundaries. Just because they are upset at what the other does doesn't mean they're in the wrong. It's natural to be upset during a breakup. They work well together, even while splitting their possessions. What am I missing that is rubbing the men the wrong way?
I wondered about at as well. Apparently the vinegar used to create sushi rice isn't gluten free, nor is dot sauce. As for the sake, barley is often included and there is a possibility it might not burn off in the fermentation process. I guess some people would rather be safe than sorry and let's be honest, nothing the caseworker was served would have been acceptable. Lol
They are comedies. No my designation, theirs by award categories.
It's in alphabetical order. Ignore the photo that is shown first and and please read the post.
Everyone who is upset about this apparently forgets "The Source in the Sludge" when it all came about. The insurance incident reminded the couple that they have a child together and one of them is not a trained FBI agent, making her a liability in the field -- not only for insurance purposes, but for the purposes of raising their child. That's when Sweets took on a more prominent role and that's why Aubrey is there, now. It's not realistic for them to remain partners given a multitude of circumstances relating to their personal lives.
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