dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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Ted and Connie and the world of What IF.....

Okay, I know I promised that I was going to put a full stop on the whole Connie and Ted thing but Lynn's vague comment about maybe marrying them off so we could 'prove' once and for all that he's not husband-and-father material might well have been fairly entertaining because of what Lynn thinks that a husband and father should be. In her world, a real father is a stern, distant, unapproachable figure who can only ever interact with the small, strange people that he, for some reason, shares his living space with when it suits him; this means that Ted would probably do something wrong like be there for Lawrence when it was inconvenient and say crazy things like how children don't only cry to make parents feel bad. We might also well see him not paying lip service to adapting to serve Connie's needs; he might actually reform and be the sort of failure people feared Anthony might become: a man who was willing to take his wife seriously. Heck, their marriage might well have been healthier than the Pattersons which would make him pure evil in a black polo shirt.
Tags: connie: the real lynn, lynn: failed creator, ted: playah dood
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