Derek, it's your choice. You can either be a caveman (smoking, lying, cheating), or you can be a sensitive new age man (crying on the shoulder of an old lady you don't even know). You can't be both. Being both wouldn't make sense.
Mary thought balloon: JACKPOT!Ladies and germs, we are now embarking on a journey of introspection and moralizing so dull it will make towel-folding demonstrations feel like a ride on the Wild Mouse.-- Scottie McW.
Oh, Derek, you poor sap. That's the Worthiverse equivalent of inviting a vampire into your house. On your head be it, you're meddle fodder now.
Derek, when you lean on Marys shoulder, dont get cigarette breath on her blouse, she hates that.
Sure, blame it on the cigarettes. If he was honest he'd say it started with a craving for Entertainer Esme ("Wow!") and escalated from there. Thankfully the storm is over, everyone can see clearly now with those clear skies, and it's smooth sailing. Unless Toby finds herself a disco boy.
Great, now I won't be able to shake the nightmare image of Mary as a creature that's all ears and shoulders. The human suit is just something she puts on in order to meddle without frightening people away, I guess.
Today's Boldface Haiku is titled "The Birth Of Recap Thursdays".Sorry! Talk?...Shoulder cry.All ears...shoulders.Thanks! Craving smoke...escalated...
A gold star to @fauxprof for "meddle fodder" - that is genius."Do you want to talk about it?" said the spider to the fly. Will Mary suggest they adjourn to her cabin to talk things through or will Derek blab right there? I second @Sandi Ego - Derek blaming the cigarettes is a crock. He was dazzled by Esme (and forgot little wifey) the second the spotlight hit "the goddess."
Please tell me Katie will find Derek and Mary kissing in the moonlight.
We need some disco hits on the Charterstone jukebox! I nominate Love to Love You, Baby by Donna Summer and I'm a Cruiser by the Village People (or their entire Cruisin album).Maybe Wifey and Toby will connect on the disco floor. That would be awesome to see! We need that scene to erase the image of Derek crying on Mary's shoulder.
My but she's a smooth one, and I think Meg may have nailed it. 3E was only a degree or two more blatant in her attempt to seduce Good Sir Derek.
The dancehalls didn't close when Disco died. Mostly, they went gay. Then Madonna & Michael Jackson brought mindless 80s pop dance music to the masses. Golden age!Ur Drunk History lesson for Wednesday.
Thanks Meg -I just threw up a little in my mouth.My new favorite character (cast member?) is Mr. Alora. At least when we see him next he'll be moving a new tenant into Charterstone as a pool party rages on, the universal sign of a new "plot".
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