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Last week there was clever conversation and a sense of progress. This wee has just been stupid.
I thought it was the knees that were the first to go when encountering a ghost. But then the PE coach is just gaslighting Dean to get him to do more PE.
Art is in the eye of the beholder but it looks like Bernice isn’t convinced that her influence has been for the positive.
On an issue of continuity. . . Did we ever see Nil’s art before he went on that double date with Jack and Luann. I thought we had seen how Nil painted Jack’s nude modelling, (which was something like just an ear) before the date but some what Nil is saying he had been a realistic artist until he met Bernice and went extreme abstraction.
What can I say. . . Bernice is quite capable of screwing up her life without help from friends.
I don’t know. . . giving a girl a hickey seems an odd way to string her along.
But calling some pretty girl a “muse” is a great way to get their clothes off.
She;s not seeing much now.
Does he love her or just wants her inspiration? Seems quite a disappointment for Bern
Actually, no. As demonstrated last week, Bernice’s break-up speech begins with a quote from Picasso which went completely over the head of Luann, who represents the average person. When Luann said no one would understand her, she said Nil would. That’s the level Nil talks on and Bernice is one of the few people who understands what he’s saying. In short Bernice is the one in a million girl who gets what Nil is. They both are pretensous as heck but they belong together,
Maybe Dana has been using the same trick to use the school drama room at night — hence the appearance of a ghost there.