dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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John Patterson: Sociopath

If someone from Social Services were to look at the situation in the household, she'd focus on Mike as the person most immediately answerable for the current mess. Five minutes of seemingly harmless questions on her part (as well as the evidence of her own senses) would reveal a vain, childish young buffoon whose incapacity as a man and father borders on the catastrophic. The tricky part is deciding whether to get Meredith and Robin the hell outta the Pattermanse after they haul the Magic!Writing!Fairy off in a squad car. [n.b. I'm assuming this would happen pretty much the same time Elly was proffering April the momentous decision, Pizza or Chinese.] Fortunately, that decision would be simple. Since the Pattersons would be stupid enough to let the worker in their home because of their vain and unjustified belief in their moral superiority, they'd gleefully offer enough information to hang themselves. Listening to John ramble away like the self-absorbed nitwit he is would make manifest to the dullest mind he doesn't give a rat's ass for anyone but himself. The PitterPattersons would be in Burlington with Mira and Wilf so fast, they'd think they beamed down there.
Tags: john - grinning weirdo
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