One moment, the foobs were in a teal-and-lavender monstrosity of a wedding, and the next they were propelled back into the past. But it was a different version of the past. What happened?
Because she didn't want to have to remember the truth; she'd have to seriously reevaluate her life if she said "Mom was too frakked up to hope to keep up with the very ordinary little boy Mike was. It didn't matter what boringly predictable thing he did, it would completely overwhelm her. Dad wasn't much better, though. Neither of them had the brains or morals required to parent."
Yup--this just keeps sucking worse and worse for the Patterkids.
Which means the smack-down Elly is going to get is going to be extra brutal;) It won't have happened to a nicer sociopath.
I always just figured Liz was reading from a script that Elly and Mike had written for her.
I always just figured Liz was reading from a script that Elly and Mike had written for her.That's what makes the most sense. :)
You drew Mike's shirt more consistently than Lynn did.
You drew Mike's shirt more consistently than Lynn did.I didn't have it conveniently grow a collar for Elly to grab. I only noticed that when I was referencing the original to draw this. ;)
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