Post by ilovewilliscirca88 on Dec 30, 2012 19:43:42 GMT -5
Yes, great episode...and yes, there are many holes in Maddie's description of their relationship -- what about everything they've meant to each other and everything they've done together -- her amnesia continues in TTTM where she claims all she knows about him is what it's like to be in bed for 14 hours and dance in a laundrymat at 2am (but they've never had cheeseburgers and gone shopping) OooooooKkkkkkk().
But, besides all that, my question is -- why did they have this BIG conversation about safe sex, when obviously Maddie WASN'T being safe with Sam OR David! I know mistakes happen, but since she gave a big speech about being a mature woman who takes care of her body...why does she not know who the father is. You think, since she said she was using something, the oooopsie of getting pregnant would be easier to track down -- it should be the one time she didn't "do what she does.."
Although it did seem like an abrupt change in Maddie's personality from when she was pleading with David to just tell her how he feels in the Sam episodes, it made sense.
She doesn't expect to wake up, next to the love of her life, in a dingy apartment with no furniture, in a bed with sheets that haven't been washed. Even I felt like their relationship suddenly appeared too casual after all that build up, and after breaking things and consummating their love on the floor in front of the fire place at her house.
She probably wanted David to start making some plans for the two of them, some signs that he would be a little more responsible, some kind of declaration of love...and when he appears to be playing it by ear, and the threat of being broke is always around the corner for her, I can see why reality was suddenly too sudden for her.
I have to admit though, that it seemed weird to see Maddie getting hot and bothered in the car when David is describing kissing her. It seemed forced. I think Maddie's the type to keep her cool a bit better. That wasn't written more like a sitcom, not a 1-hour detective, romantic, dramedy.