Marry me, Ashley? Leave Matthew and marry me.
I am so, so glad they pulled it out in the end (that's what she said, woo.) A plot that pulled all episodes of the series together in some form of cohesion. Yes, the characterisation will forever be patchy shifting between installments, but at least now it's obvious they had a unified direction.
That was kind of awesome. Plot cohesion! Different threads merging! Layers! A GIANT PINK TANK. Viv being legendary. GEOFFREY PALMER. "Puddin" = hahahaha.
The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them. ♥ ♥ ♥ Talk about heartbreaking. Brilliant use of a Thoreau quote, it has to be said. I'd forgotten that one was Thoreau, too, even though I'm well-acquainted with it.
Yay S2! \o/