dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,
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Monday, 26 October 2020

The one where Liz and Elly have different perspectives on how much freedom of motion Elly allows her when she is reminded that she has a middle child.

Synopsis: We find ourselves being reminded why Elly makes telephone calls so important when we see her tell Liz what she wants her to do when hanging out at the mall with friends. We then compare and contrast their views on this when Liz forgets she's supposed to be eleven while complaining about how many rules she's burdened with so Elly can forget that she's supposed to be eleven so she can marvel that the freedom they give her.

Summary: Elly is a great one for rules when she actually has to remember that she's got kids. When she wills herself to forget like she likes to, we get crap like Mike breaking into the house o he can beat the shit out of Liz for asking him to apologize for acting like the cur he is and always will be.
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