dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Continuity gets sent to a "nice farm".

I think that it's fair to say that up until now, Martha has taken most of the initiative in her doomed relationship with Michael. If that passive shmo had his way, he'd still be standing around looking stupid wondering what it would be like if he actually spoke to her in real life. Save for one occasion, she has done all of the heavy lifting in her failed romance with the dreary turd: said occasion comes next Summer when she doesn't write him after promising that she would and he's left feeling gutted.

This is so Lynn could tell the very boring story of how much it still hurts that she got ghosted ages ago in hopes that the person who blew her off would, I dunno, realize that he's a monster who breaks sensitive hearts and hop into the nearest industrial shredder to make things right. This means that consistency in characterization has to be set aside as the non-importance it is to her so she can seek pity and validation and also complain about horrible people who say that she's misusing the verb "to vindicate."
Tags: lynn: failed creator

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