When my first girlfriend dumped me, she didn’t make up with me that soon. In fact, she didn’t make up with me at all.
They never needed to break up, just needed to spend some of their time with others. But, oh the drama, the drama at that age.
Ah. Now that Dawn has a boyfriend, Liz realized she’d not have much of a girlfriend time and decided to go back to Anthony. However, Dawn and Liz need to find a balance where they aren’t with their boyfriends all the time and lose their identities.
All the Patterson kids turned out quite well—due to the influence of other people, not their parents.
So Anthony’s a loser because he asked for guy time?
Charlie Brown says “AAAAAAUUUGGGGHH!”
well that problem fixed up real quick. :J
When one door vloses, another one opens. Ya just gotta turn the doorknob.
Sometimes kids overreact is. Things don’t have to be over. People can start over. You don’t always have to go over the top or overboard.
I can relate to finding commonality with other dweeb, jerk, nerd, losers. No pressure to be “perfect.”
Hmm… Ir seems Liz’s world is still all about HER…
Young love, so fickle, so transient, so confusing. Good thing Michael wasn’t there to hear Elizabeth admit that she was, as Micheal has called her in the past, a dweeb.
That was a lot of drama to just get back to where we started. I suppose life is like that. It still sux
Sometimes, when you need to have a difficult conversation with someone, it helps to be able to rehearse what you want to say with an objective third party. So, I applaud John here for helping Liz with what she wants to say to Anthony. I just hope, for her sake, that things turn out the way John is portraying things.
Except you weren’t acting.
California,here we come…we’re right back where we started from…..
Now that the important stuff has been dealt with; Elizabeth suddenly remembers a trivial, minute aspect of going to school:
She has a math test tomorrow!
To paraphrase Beck, I’m a loser baby / So why don’t you date me