This episode is so sweet, and shows just how quickly you can know someone if you are present, caring, and honest.
«I really appreciate this. No, I mean it. I-I-I know that we’ve only just now met and nothing has really happened. And I know that you’re just out of an intense relationship, and I’m not really, probably, you know, a long-term prospect. But I just want to say, whatever happens, this meant something. Honestly, if I never see you again, or if you stick around a very long time, or anything in between those two, it’s all...»
It was a good one. So sweet.
This one and the last one felt very cliché to me, and far beneath the standards of the column. Yes, the story was cute and the male lead was convincing, but her story felt incomplete and the performance subsequently shallow. Almost like the writers thought being an attention whore is a ubiquitous enough trait in women so as not to require explanation. Grrr. Also the throwaway reference to her seeing her father naked in the hospital shortly before his death was bizarre, I expected that to be the tie-in to the story of her attention seeking, but then the denouement has passed and they're in the cab wrapping up the story.
Hair and makeup didn't do her any favors. That hair color didn't work for her at all, and certainly not with those big, dark eyebrows.