[QUOTE=psucashcow]I'll second that opinion. If Hank was so into himself and his farm/vineyard idea, he would have gotten married last night to get the money. I have a feeling that, gee, maybe Hank and Lisa did discuss the idea of not tying the knot last night because Lisa did not seem surprised that Hank said what he said. I thoroughly enjoyed McF's lost look afterwards like.."What do I say now. I don't have cue cards to cover this."[/QUOTE
According to the fine print, if Hank and Lisa had gotten married, it would have been Lisa's money and Lisa's choice to share it or not (believe their contract to appear in the show acted as a prenup so the mil was exempt from California's common property law). Maybe he didn't trust Lisa to share it if he ditched the marriage after a year....
Originally Posted by sugarlady
Wow! Not so nice write-up sugarlady. I say, good for the two of them. It was TOTAL REDEMPTION! All those who spoke ill of Lisa being on the show for money, and those who spoke ill of Hank taking Lisa's money and buying his vineyard - you have to eat your words now.
GREAT write up! Well done. Funny, too
I had never really considered the idea that maybe Hank was afraid Lisa wouldn't share the million after a year...it being exempt from Community Property, and all. I think he's given her a snow job. It will be interesting to see if they actually do follow through "in private" and actually get married!
If I were Lisa (I'd be gorgeous, of course), I'd be sooo mad at him for not taking the cash. If they are in love - good for them, and they are up a million bucks. If they are not in love - but can stand each other for a year, they are still up a million bucks, part ways and split the cash. Sounds like a no-brainer to me. Win/win. I hope he got an earful back at the hotel last night. And I don't mean that in a good way. I still wish I were as pretty as Lisa. So, when is that makeover show on, anyway?
Originally Posted by Kip
btw - Wayner - another brilliant recap. Have you ever considered writing this goofy stuff instead of computer code? Makes me wonder how funny your codes are.
Last edited by J.D.; 09-19-2003 at 02:11 AM.
It ain't easy being green
Thanks JD. I certainly enjoy writing more than I enjoy coding, but unless I get a heck of a lot better at writing, it isn't going to pay the bills. So, I code. And trust me, data warehousing ain't funny. :nono
Yay! Hank won! I didn't get to watch it, so your recap was nice.
Excellent job Wayner!! Your awesome!
Wayner, are you sure you haven't seen the show before?
You nailed it right-on with Mcfayden. When the show opened the first thing I noticed was his hair! Wonder what the recipe for the 'do was?
2 parts motor oil (1 part for each flattened-down side)
1 part honey (for sticky-up top)
Combine in blender and whip for 2-3 minutes
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