"Any more of this, Jill, and I may have to reconsider your role as one of my bridesmaids."
The pills come and go. Jeff's tie comes and goes. Hair color? Fugetaboutit.This is Inception, and I have no idea which dream level we're on by now.
Tony, not only that, but as of today, we have banned her from the 18th Annual Succotash Festival which is set to begin, as usual, on Christmas day. Sad to say, but we can't run the risk of having Ms. Black show up exhibiting such explosive and uncontrollable behavior.
For some reason, I really don't think this is just about ADRIEN getting scammed in the past; if a friend of mine was going to marry someone and I thought that she was setting herself up for failure (AGAIN), I would find better way of doing it than karate chopping her dad in the throat and making fun of her dress.
This has an interesting Last Supper feel about it- complete with cups of blood and Jill for a Judas.
Note to self: when Jill visits, lock up the booze.
Maybe Jill thinks Scott is cute and is jealous.
Ah! So Adrian dragged her friend through bridal shops and stationery stores for a marriage to Confey. Maybe Jill spent months hand embroidering a pillow with the words "Queeny and Ted Forever".
Interestingly enough, Jill has recovered her pearls and switched back to the v-necked dress.
....and don't you just love the fact that the opening panel has to tell us Jill has had to much to drink and is creating a scene?
I am so loving this. Finally - something is happening. Things are so dramatic! It's been a week since "The name's Jill and I want to dance!" which means Jill's been drunk for a week now. Keep imbiding the sauce, Jill - may it go on till New Year's! Now I have a question for the longtimers: is this the longest plotline in which Mary Worth has not directly meddled or offered advice? She's been curiously subdued throughout most of Jill's bad behavior, starting at the bridal shop.
I just hope Jill gets her own spinoff strip. With Cathy calling it quits and all.
You know, I'm starting to think this is all Adrian's fault. If she and Jill are supposed to be such great friends, she HAD to know how the girl feels about marriage, not to mention her sullen attitude about everything else. The poor girl was probably working on her one year sobriety chip, before all this nonsense! I feel more sorry for Jill than Adrian.
Does anyone else think that Jill herself was jilted or left at the altar (and never told Adrian)? Isn't this exceedingly clear by now?Glad Jill's pearls are back. She probably left them in the ladies room when she went to ... um ... relieve the effects of too much alcohol.
Note to self: when Jill comes to visit, lock the doors and windows!
Does anyone else think that Jill herself was jilted or left at the altar... by Scott?
I thought that Jill probably had been jilted also...or divorced?
OK, so let's say Jill did get jilted--or divorced--it happens. It's part of life. Don't most people accept it eventually? So why all the drama? Maybe Mary should refer Jill to psychiatrist Dr. Mike Roberts. Dr. Mike will realize he was right about one thing all along--love really is not for him.
This is the most awesome Mary Worth storyline ever. I hope it just gets better and better! :-)
I'm beginning to think that Jill has an issue with the institution of marriage. You know, just a hunch. I wish Moy would give us some hints.
Dude, your male-pattern baldness is showing, better adjust your wig.
@Dave in Parma: HA HA HA HA.And could it be possible that even the lunkheaded Adrian has finally cottoned to the fact that Jill might have her own agenda here, in addition to sticking up for Adrian at meetings? Oh, that demon alcohol....
Mary's note to self: When Jill comes to visit, hide replacement swans!!
Jill is drinking right from the bottle now! You go girl. Whatta mess. Someone has to driver her home, too.
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