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Old 02-13-2020, 08:58 PM   #38 (permalink)
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I love this episode!

Andrea and Chemda were playing the role Keith normally plays: telling people that their feelings (or lack thereof) are wrong. I really relate to Keith in this episode; just cause he experienced a traumatic childhood doesn't mean he has to be traumatized.

Normally it's Keith telling people that the way they feel is wrong. For example, Tracy Carnazzo said many times that she wanted to go to the burger place with her boyfriend. She liked hanging with him and she liked getting the burger and eating it later at home. Keith thinks that it's rude to eat a burger in front of Tracy when she can't but Tracy doesn't think it's rude.

I think it is rude not to take people at face value when they say their feelings.
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