dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
dreadedcandiru2
dreadedcandiru2

"Despite having met before, I've heard so little about you."

As we know, we're hip-deep in the middle of an arc in which Georgia is angry with Phil for not only spending far too much time talking to Connie but for also not making her aware of the woman's existence. The problem, as has been noted, is that Georgia and Connie had already met the previous Christmas. The reason that we have this awkwardness is that Lynn seems to have forgotten and her father-in-law (who was the one keeping track of these things) didn't remind her in time.

What this means is that instead of an awkward moment in which Georgia got blindsided by the sudden revelation of a key piece of his past that everyone kept from her, what should be happening is her wondering why Connie's boyfriend Ted is a no-show and if that means that someone is looking for a Mister Rebound. Her somewhat insincere declaration that, no, she didn't mind that Phil talked to someone who meant a lot to him (even if that meaning only meant anything if he couldn't have her) even though it really did could stay but the 'Who's that in the tube top' needs to go.
Tags: georgia, phil: bee and bop king
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