We spent an entire season with Mara and William and all we know is they dressed like ginger reads and came from "over there." Considering they never gave us true back story... The why, when, from where or who; they have no intention of doing it and probably don't even have a clear map as to who they are. It's just convenient to shake things up that didn't need to be shaken. I think it's great that some fans will stick with the ideas no matter what, so I'm glad you're enjoying it. For me? I have no faith in this rambling. It's going to go nowhere.
I don't think the burden is on the cheater. It's unfortunate, but that lies with the one who has been wronged. They will either find a space where they can trust their SO again or not. The bottom line is if someone wants to cheat, they will. If they can be honest and their explanation of what happened works for the wronged, then that's it. Earning the trust is part of the discovery process. If the love is there and the relationship can endure, then it will. It's not a pretty scenario, but continuing to mistrust under the guise of trust will only cause more problems. Doc can weigh in. I realize my I married status doesn't rate to some. I have been cheated on, however. It sucks and it's ugly.
That's not trust. That's a relationship that has ended. Not every couple has the same experiences. Some people can trust each other again -- truly trust. But if they're going to spend time looking through facebook, emails, etc., then the wronged person isn't healing. It wouldn't be worth the effort.
I will NOT be positive about an abysmal hour of television just because I once enjoyed the show. If anything, that is the time to be as honest as possible. They need to know they're on the wrong track. The entire hour took place inside and around a cabin with the same "action" as last week. A rather lame Trouble, and Mara blathering on while everyone tried to reach Audrey. Been there done that. They have a big season to go is somehow a reason to come out of the gate like molasses and the sound of fingernails on a chalkboard? No. The show is better than that, the actors deserve more and this isn't even worthy of prime time at the moment. Except syndicated shows used to be better than this, too.
I'm still around. Battling the day after food poisoning, so let me think on this a little and I'll get back to you!
What bridge have you burned. I hope you're not talking about me. No hard feelings here, I'm just too busy to participate and you guys have it rockin. If you want to move the conversation to the renewal news post, it might be easier to keep track. I know you were getting concerned about the number of posts. That said... yay! Renewal. :-)
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Guess Mistresses will regret that decision. Lose the star, kill the show, the savings won't exactly amount to much.
The Dollmaker was already on Arrow. His name was Barton Mathis and he created real life (albeit dead) dolls out of his victims. It didn't take long for the worlds to collide. The Arrow and Quentin Lance can pop by and save everyone!
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