Valerie wrote:I don't wanna start a fight or anything, but I really have to ask. How is Sara like Cyndi? They're both decent planners, sure, but I think the similarities stop there.
Alice Macher wrote:Quite the opposite: Sara, when not preoccupied with her own troubles, can be very compassionate. Look at how quickly she went from a dismissal of Lucy as "dumb as a bag of broken hammers" to feeling empathy for her suffering under Hilary's bullying, standing up for her to Hilary, and offering to switch rooms. Yes, she later let those feelings carry her away into imagining she and Lucy were an OTP and that she'd be Lucy's protector throughout life, but that doesn't negate the world of good she did Lucy during the show taping.
Zanosuke Kurosaki wrote:Here's Daphne in a very good mood, obviously thinking about "maybe someday...?", and there Sara goes, making a snarky comment about the Facebook founder. Which brings up a huge "?" over my head, because other than a clumsy attempt at misdirection, I can't see where Sara was going with that one.
Valerie wrote:You're in my harem, right?
sun tzu wrote:Ollie wrote:You know, I would really like to see what Lisa in love would be like.
True. We've seen her with crushes, but...
Ollie wrote:I don't think that Sara and Cyndi can really be called similar in anyway way, for the same reason that saying they could almost be twins because they both have have light skin tones and black hair.
Rebhel wrote:I happen to like Lisa BECAUSE of the way she speaks. If you don't get her, oh well... you are the one missing out.
Alice Macher wrote:I guess we'll find out Friday.
Alice Macher wrote:I hereby add lokisdottir to my Internet crushes. ♥
Valerie wrote:Mbadb wrote:danslepoubelle wrote:
Dang lokisdottir, post more often
I second that emotion.
lokisdottir wrote:She showed guts and honesty in dealing with the breakup with Daphne
lokisdottir wrote:Alice Macher wrote:If it does become a recurring thing, I'm hoping Lisa--who can be quite good at reading people in between her attention-craving antics--will see what's going on and make an active effort to include her in socializing and maybe even play her up so that her new friends see what a great person Sara is too.
Is she? I like Sara, but so far I see her more as an interesting character than an awesome person. She's got game, definitely, as a strategist and planner, and her continuing efforts to find love make for a sympathetic and relateable story, but I can't think of a whole lot of redeeming qualities off the top of my head. Penny and Aggie were the ones with passion and leadership, Lisa has sensibility, insight, and compassion, Katy Ann was constantly seeking a moral and spiritual life, Brandi was both zesty and genuinely nice, Michelle lived with her issues by devoting herself to others, etc. Sara, though, I see as being very close to Cyndi except with some morals, and I wasn't surprised at their mutual attraction. It'll be interesting to see if Sara will continue to swivel between "raging (beep)holes" and "female Archie Andrews," trying to escape her attraction to the former by running to the latter. In a very real sense Sara is running from her own shadow, trying to reject it, and I'm interested in seeing where her story goes. I don't know if I'd want to be friends with her, though.
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