Re: "Close to Home" --- WTF?
- From: Donna B <shallotpeel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 00:26:42 -0400
In rec.arts.tv on 5 Oct 2005 21:11:51 -0700 in Msg.#
"marc0ni@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <marc0ni@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >That's not what was revealed. We don't know that her new boss has kids. Her
> >new boss could easily be speaking of watching her own mother.
> Well it has been a whole day since I saw it and I didn't tape the show,
> so I'm in no position to dispute the details. But if the supervisor
> wasn't expressing her solidarity with the lead character, her words
> still could only be interpreted as admiration for "working moms".
No, not necessarily. She indicated that she knew from experience about
working mothers, or something like that. That's paraphrased. But, it wasn't
clear whether it was said out of bitterness or out of admiration, or what.
She could have watched her mother & have sworn she would never have that
kind of life, never split herself up that way, never try to do it all & by
doing so be less than excellent at anything.
We just were left not knowing what was meant, as was Annabeth.
Donna B 8^> shallotpeel <*>
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