Magic? It's only an illusion.
Ned is calling from the living room of the Weston apartment.
Today's Boldface Haiku is titled "What Is The French Term For 'Bunch Of Baloney'?".MarriedMagic?Chance...
Very curious. They're both a little psycho. Ned won't give up, and Dawn won't hang up. Why is she even listening to this creep? What's next, his promise that he'll ask his wife for a divorce "real soon" but he can't bring it up now because "the time just isn't right" so Dawn will have to "be patient just a little while longer" and but in the meantime can he "come over and have sex now"?Whatever sympathy I had for Dawn has also magically vanished.-- Scottie McW.
Looks like Dawn is sad that she is going to take a big step down from free high-end French cuisine with married Ned and accept free burgers and fries from Jared instead. Sacrifices.Maybe Dawn should just buy a cat or two and focus on school for a while so we can all move on to other characters (where is Mary anyway?) and their new dramas.
Since this is the Worthiverse (sigh), the next step is all too predictable. Dawn will go to Mary for advice and some good plain cooking. (She's making Kelk au vin tonight. With Crepes Splak flambe' for dessert.)
Karen, how do you write women so well? "I think of a man and take away reason and accountability."
I know Ned's asking a rhetorical question, but can we get a few possible answers that Deer in the Headlights Dawn could use to respond to him? How about "If you don't care about your marriage, I'm scared of what you think about being the boss of your lover." or "If your knowledge of medicine is as shallow as your emotional intelligence, our patients are in real trouble."
Dawn should close her blinds...
@r u ok? - to answer your question regarding Mary's whereabouts, I suspect she's on the other side of Dawn's bedroom wall (their apartments adjoin) with her ear pressed tightly to the water glass she's holding up against the wall.
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