I liked last week's music better, but still in general love my retro tunes!Originally Posted by bee stung lips;3055624;
I remember the landscape clocks; we thought they were so classy
This week the most shocking thing was the high school girl jumping on her teacher. It is common for kids to have crushes on teachers, but almost unheard of for anyone to act out like that, and his reaction was not at all believable. He should have pushed her away in fear for his job, even if he were stupid enough to be attracted to a high school kid, which I don't find very believable.Originally Posted by hepcat;3068984;
As for the party, the stewardess neighbor was so mean to the uptight friend - I would think they'd be a bit more reserved and not blurt things out like that... and the "killjoy" comment on the wall was also beyond the pale. (Btw, we had friends who used the "who am I" game at their parties, and nobody ever thought they were killjoys!)
I agree with you about the redhead. If we didn't have everyone around her constantly stating their high opinion of her, I would be going "Huh?" wondering what I was supposed to make of her character. But we are being told she is so "one of a kind" and special. As an English teacher, I always told my students when writing to "show, don't tell," and these writers are breaking that rule in not being able to figure out how to show viewers what her character is about. It's lame to solve that dilemma by just having all the other characters make pronouncements.