dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote in binky_betsy,
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Coffee Talk, 15 October 2008

I should think that today's letter would not only lavish praise on Lynn for creating a masterpiece, it would also somehow malign Rod. Let's see if I'm right about the latter.

ETA: The letter of the week is from Anne of Boston. She asks Lynn if she's learning anything new about the characters now that she's gone back to the "beginning". Lynn's answer is that she is not but that she is now going to flesh out the stories based on what she discovered. This, translated into sane person, means that not only will Rod, Aaron and Katie continue to be clubbed over the head for being themselves instead of who she wanted them to be, we're in for new-runs that make them look worse than they originally did.
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