Mr_Rose wrote:While the awkward "bitch/bead-ella" thing is completely adorkable, are P&A ever going to get back to the (to my ear anyway) less forced banter of 840 or thereabouts?
I'm not entirely sure if this is a writing critique or not. If it is, all I can say is that I almost always try to let the dialogue flow as naturally as possible.
If it's not, then my answer is that relationships sometimes zigzag but rarely retrace their steps exactly. Penny and Aggie continue to sass each other as recreation now, like they've more or less done from the start, but a Penny who's admitted she's attracted to Aggie-- and now helps pick out some of her clothes-- is not a Penny who can "dress as Aggie" and call it a "Halloween costume." In some ways it is more awkward between them now, in some ways, less. There's less saying what they really mean but less lying to themselves and each other about what they really feel, less of a messy mix of love and hate but more confusion about what's left. Whatever happens from here, they're likely to change some more.