I think you guys missed the point.
John's an idiot, so ignore him.
But Daphne's hand outs backfired. Just because they were from a poor neighborhood, doesn't mean they appreciated it. The businesses suffered more from her help than they gained from it. Not everyone who needs welfare sits on their asses and not all of them are unemployed either. Sometimes people just need a little bit of help but pity is not something they want or need. As Travis demonstrated. I think Daphne is feeling like she's losing part of her identity. She used to live where they were. She wanted to help. I don't think we should discourage awareness for those who are struggling just because we aren't sure how to fix it. Maybe you're Republican, maybe you're Democratic but the bottom line is that normal, hard working families are having a tough time. The stigma that you have to be a lazy, drug addicted, waste of skin in order to need some kind relief is a stigma that needs to end. How we fund that relief, how we give it out are two very complicated questions but I don't think we should give up on figuring it out. No matter who you vote for.
As for Daphne, have you ever been in love with the wrong person and then let the rest of your life fall to pieces over it? Yup, so have I. I was never the biggest fan of Melody but her wake up call to Daphne was great.
Daphne's blow up to Travis was natural, she was hurting. I think Travis get's that and Daphne not only apologized but she actively tried to make it up to him by making him his first home cooked meal in a long time.
Bay, was pretty funny this week actually. I liked her attempts at being the "good girl". BUT the girl needs friends for crying out loud. Other than Emmett. I guess filming kids at a private school location was getting expensive, because she's making the switch.
Regina, for the love of God! Get it together.
Kathryn and John, in politics. UGH.
Toby felt like he owed it to his sister to tell her the truth. Angelo had no right to put that kind of responsibility on a teenager. Also, Toby's loyal to his sister first, not just some man he met a couple of months ago.
Angelo left Regina because he thought she was cheating on him, makes sense. Daphne was proven not to be his and they didn't have much trust for each other back then. Fair enough. But the kicker in this one is that he's refusing to take responsibility for yet another child. DNA test, fair, trying to buy the mother off in order to avoid raising a baby he helped create, deadbeat. He's trying to hide the fact that he's going to have a child so he can jump on the "Happy Family" wagon when he never earned it. He's pulling a Gatsby, trying to re-create a memory and then live it out like the past never happened. I don't think he's this evil monster but I can understand why they'd all be overly sensitive to his actions. After all, he's lied to them before. He was a fugitive for crying out loud!
Penn's not acting, he's just trying to keep a straight face when looking at what Blake is wearing. Either that or he may be in physical pain from trying to look at her.
Finally! Something Blair would do!
I love Kristen Bell, big Veronica Mars fan, but I've stopped caring who Gossip Girl is.
Its probably just going to be thrown in there with a bunch of half baked plot resolutions. This last episode, has made me cynical about the finale.
These two will always be my favorite. Despite the fact that Neil Patrick Harris is gay, these two have amazing chemistry.
I liked this episode, I also liked that we had some Barney and Robin without it being overwhelming. While we all know that these two eventually get to alter, like Oprah, it won't be built in a day.
Despite the cute wedding date, Victoria has never been ok with Ted's friendship with Robin. It might have something to do with the fact that Ted broke up with Victoria the first time for Robin. But you either trust the one your with, or you don't. I don't think her character has changed all that much to be honest...Robin has been the reason Victoria's mistrusted Ted throughout all their relationship attempts.
P.S I disagree with Lily and agree with Ted, never thought I'd say that. The relationship clock doesn't hit "pause". When you break up, you break up. Meaning something breaks and has to be re-built. You can't go in there expecting the time you didn't spend together to "count".
Hahahaha I related well to this episode. Both my boyfriend and I can be overprotective of each other, at different times, thus annoying the crap out of one another sometimes.its usually best just to take a step back, as Leonard found out the hard way tonight.
Also, its a little moment but I caught it. Leonard sneaking out of bed was pretty fun. It's friggin' hard to do! Another thing I related to.
I liked this episode, I thought the argument between Leonard and Penny was very realistic. Leonard wants to encourage Penny but to her it looks like he thinks she's not smart enough. Awesome acting.
I like Amy, I think she's a great addition to the show but I was annoyed by her in this episode. First of all, she treated Wil like crap and when he wouldn't take it, she whined to Sheldon. Girls in real life do this enough, they don't need to see positive re-enforcement.
I did like the scene in the bar with Sheldon and Penny, always a great duo. Sheldon naming the reasons that he loves Amy. It was cute and I liked seeing this side of him but Amy was way out of line. Also, she knows that Sheldon doesn't get sarcasm, so its no wonder that Sheldon went out with Wil and didn't think anything of it. While, I agree that Sheldon is a lot to put up with, he's doing the best he can in his own way. Amy either has to be accept that or move on.
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