Hiya! I get it's been a short time since the spouses learned of the affair, but they agreed to work on things. What Helen said in therapy was indicative of long-term feelings. She married a guy she didn't love and then held his inability to achieve the type of lifestyle her parents had against him for not doing exactly what she didn't want. Cole wasn't angry at Alison at all, just dismissive of her needs and feelings. Given the two of them and these new developments, it's likely these behaviors were there previous to the affair. Happily married people don't have affairs. Something pushes them to think they'll find satisfaction elsewhere they aren't receiving at home, regardless of whether it makes sense.
As someone who has actually felt their friends assets and is not a wealthy chick, that part I can understand. The writing for Lisa and Paul is so good it's keeping me coming back. Did you see ep 2 on demand? Another wow scene with them. If they keep it up, it will be impossible to turn away!
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I cook fabulous Italian food and it's the kind of restaurant I'm most likely to open.
The Troubles were a game to William and Mara. They weren't necessary. When Charlotte got wind of what they had done, she punished Mara with returning again and again to fight them. She didn't mention how they managed to stay free of Troubles while Mara was in the Barn. It's my guess they didn't even think that through. I wish I felt like you all about the Croatoan thing. Seeing the word and Dave wandering the woods again and again does nothing for me. I'm glad you're enjoying it.
Everyone can think I'm over analyzing, but historically Conde is the one person who did make an attempt on Francis' crown. Yes, he may have enjoyed Mary's company, but so much so that he wouldn't try for the crown for his own family? Not so sure about that.
In the context of the show I'm sure they will treat it fine. She's the Queen. However, there is no relating her experience to the present and the way women are treated now. There can't be a lesson on going to the authorities or Mary getting counseling. It's nothing that can really shed light onto today's circumstances outside of the support she gets from her friends and family.
Yay! Welcome aboard Sharon. ;-)
Agreed. The only person using derogative statements was the original poster, who started with "hate." Ah well. The Librarians is going to be fantastic. Let's keep it for the fun kids!
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