Can Vicodin heal a broken heart? I don't know, but I get the feeling we're about to find out.
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No need to read the lame dialogue - Tina's body language speaks volumes. Cue the ominous trombones - ba ba BA!!!Wouldn't it be fun if Tina tells Tommy, "There's someone else. He's an art history professor, and he's teaching me yoga."
@KitKat - I think Tina's body language speaks to the fact that Tommy's been wearing that same orange T-shirt for at least two weeks now. Ick...
@Anonymous - You might be forgetting that he had it laundered at the walk-in clinic a couple of days ago. He changed into a collared shirt for a few minutes after getting out of the medical gown during the rinse cycle.
Wow, this guy is grabby and while she's at work in a public place. I wouldn't want to watch this while eating SOS. Ofcourse, I'd never be eating SOS so the point is moot, sort of like this comic.
I thought waitresses always got happily married and moved to New York . . . maybe she is, just not to Tommy?
Ooohh, the dreaded "We have to talk". That is never a good sign for a relationship. Don't worry, In six to eight weeks, Mary will make it all better, after Tommy's descent into painkiller addiction and repeat offender status. I thought all we'd have to fear this summer was a visit from Olive.
Uh-oh! Poor Tommy! "Tina babe" is cringing away in distaste. We know that he'll console himself with extra Vicodin, but he should also console himself in the arms of ... DAWN!!!
Tina: "Tommy...WE NEED TO TALK. We can't go out anymore, because we are physically and genetically TOO SIMILAR."
The PDA and being called "Tina,baby" only reinforce a decision that she will look back on as the best of her life.
Didn't Terry and Adam go through something like this before they finally ended up in a swimming pool splashing each other like 7th graders? The difference here is that Tommy's drugs will allow Tina and him to ride hot air balloons and roller coasters without actually having to go anywhere, thus saving plot time and at the same time, sparing us. Then again, this plot could be hazardous to all our collective health as we may end up resorting to pain killing meds to make it through this story line as it laboriously unfolds. (Hmmm, 'laborious' is the clue. Prediction: This all wraps up by Labor Day.)
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