Anglo, brilliant recap as ever! I always enjoy reading your posts.
This episode was disturbing. My son actually said to me, "Mom, if you acted like this I would pretend I was adopted." Theresa was really the most revolting out of them all, even though everyone acted appallingly. I thought it was ironic the whole foreclosure conversation now that we know her financial situtation. I also have to say they all made Danielle seem to be somewhat sane, and that is hard to do. Anyone who thought Danielle was paranoid could now watch this and think, Hmmmmm maybe there is something to this. Danielle didn't deserve to be assaulted or chased or intimidated. Yes, she overreacted 100 times more than the situation was worth, but it shoudln't have happened. When she ran away, they should have let her and gone on with their lives. Carolyn and Chris are the wisest ones about it when they said ignore her. I also hate the Kims--I wouldn't trust either of them as far as I could throw them. Kim G needs to find something better to do with her time if she is so bored--maybe do some travelling or get a hobby--not get involved with all of this. Ashley is an idiot--it is a pity with Chris as a father figure she didn't grow up with more maturity. My guess is Jacqueline undid every thing he tried to do.
I do agree with the others in that Albie didn't make one bit of effort to get accomodatins and is now crying discrimination after he flunked out. He probably is going through the motions with the lawyer just so he doesn't have to admit to his parents or anyone else that he knew how to get accomodations and he didn't follow through. It makes me wonder if he really wants to go to law school. If it was important to him, he would not have let it get that far. Does anyone know if Albie has gotten into another law school or is another worker at the Brownstone now?