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|daysjahvu||Feb 18 2014, 11:37 PM|
I don't think they are implying that at all. I believe it rings much more true for Wilson because they are young, have been through a lot together and haven't done near the things to one another that EJami has. It took me seeing it the second time to really pick up on the similar language and understand Sami's reaction to it all.
I think, for once, the writers used that monologue for 2 purposes and actually did it well without knocking us over the head with it. It was completely appropriate in the context of Wilson's relationship. And it struck a chord in Sami for different reasons. It would be nice if the writing/acting/direction were more subtle like this more often.
Edited by daysjahvu, Feb 18 2014, 11:39 PM.
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