Yes,that is correct too,Steph! But I mean on Season 5 that she understand better then the Season 3 and 4. Try watch the episode:"A Trip To The Moon",when Maddie dances with David and she says that also loves David,but she is not agreeding with their relationship
Okay I'm not sure about this one, but I'm thinking it is from Twas the Ep. Before Christmas. I think David is explaining his brainstorm for coming up with santa's hotline and says something like "...and it hit me, bam"
"Mr. Addison, don't think me rude, but I've had a hard day. I woke up this morning to find that all of my money had been stolen from me. I went to visit a business I own, and was called a @%#?! by someone I've never met before. I went out to dinner and got to watch a man die at my feet. Then I was driven downtown to be questioned by the police. I've had television cameras, microphones, not to mention the likes of you poked in my face. So please forgive me, but I'd like to go into my own house, alone, and take about forty-five sleeping pills. I hope you understand. It's nothing personal. I just hate you."
M: "Well, I don't want friendly, and I don't want chat. I didn't come here to feel better. I came here to feel miserable. So give me another drink, please, and hold the pep talk?"
--One of the few times we ever see Maddie deliberately getting very drunk (knocking back doubles). A sure sign there must be rough waters ahead. Which there are.
Later, same episode, as Maddie watches dream-Agnes berate Herbert:
M: "No! You can't treat him like that! You two love each other, you just don't know it yet! Come on, Agnes, tell him you love him!"
--That little scene features Dipesto patterning herself after Hayes' business vibe--abject tyranny--and denying the healthier emotion that beat under the surface of her attitude toward Viola. It is a mirror for Maddie's repression and fear of admitting her feelings for the man at the fringe of her own life...