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Sammie Jo
Dec 3 2013, 07:12 PM
Dec 3 2013, 09:53 AM
Sammie Jo
Dec 3 2013, 08:41 AM
Dec 3 2013, 08:08 AM
Ashley goes through men like she goes through hot flashes. Stitch is a pup.
Yeah he's been through the war and married with child but he isn't used to the men eating women in that town.
Every woman in that city has man flesh stuck between their teeth.
Patch your marriage Stitch.
I was thinking the same thing about Ash, and he is quite a bit younger than she character wise. She wasn't exactly a teen when she had Abby.
I don't get where Abby came up with this out of the blue like that, I guess, this could mean that ED is coming back to the show and they have to give her a reason to drag Ashley back from NY.
Those scenes ED and SC had were solely concentrated on the very open flirting. There was no subtext at all and that's why I didn't find them intriguing.
First we flirt, then we go to the next step, I'm afraid I don't understand what you mean by subtext.
What I meant was that these scenes were IMO quite one-dimensional (just matchmaking/ flirting and nothing more). I'm not saying they were not good or so, just those kind of scenes are not intriguing enough for my taste. It's too predictable where they are planning to go (short or long-term). It's much more interesting for me when sparks fly while characters are in conflict with each other or develop some kind of friendship first (like Billy/Kelly now) and you don't know what will happen next, not when they are just "set" to be a couple (like Abby-Tyler). /In other words, I like when the "attraction" between characters grows as "subtext", not as "text"/. However, it's just my opinion. And it's really quite difficult to explain ;) . I don't even know if somebody can understand what I had in mind, sorry :rolleyes: .
Edited by thepadange, Dec 3 2013, 08:25 PM.
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