spockwhat.. I think it was very well said. I agree with you wholeheartedly.Originally Posted by spockwhat;3748644;
I also was thoroughly confused as to the voracity of Shay's anger towards Rudy. They agreed to get to the end together. What exactly did Shay think was going to happen if it were down to her and Rudy.. did she expect Rudy to throw it to her or did she honestly think she had a chance to beat Rudy? I doubt it, as I don't see her being THAT delusional. So... what difference did it make whether she was second, or third behind Danny? None. None whatsoever.
I have empathy for how Shay grew up and I have empathy for what it has done to her psyche. But that doesn't mean that the world owes her everything at this point. Shay is 30 years old.. she needs to get over the belief that everything must go exactly as she deems it or she'll throw a hissy fit. Hopefully along with the exercise now she sees that she needs some supportive counseling to help her work things out. That's not a bad thing... it's a sign of healing.