Michael's self reflection shows incredible growth and maturity. Happy for him. He will now be able to move forward in his own life without trying to manipulated every one else's, particulalry Brian and Justin's. He's finally bein honest with Brian and more importantly with himself. It must be so enlightening seeing himself as he once was compared to how he is at this moment. HE even seems embarassed.
Joan was a shocker too. She held a lot in the balance with what she could've done re Lindsey. Perhaps she really does love her son. Shame it was realized too late. Will her fate eventually change?
Lindsey apparently will go to endless lengths to try to get what she wants. Obviously she will inevitably fail, but the shit she's going to possibly leave in her wake is unreal. She's gone beyond annoying and self-seving bitch. It's like she's become evil personified.
The idea of Rita and Richert being involved together is horrific! Hope everything B&M plan goes off as planned! R&R need to go DOWN big time!
Really was a thrilling chapter! Was so eager to read it! Am excited to see what comes next.
Amazing chapter: the way you find ideas to make the puzzle appear.
Michael and Brian's key point is obvious now, but I'm not sure I would have guessed.
Rita is the worse mother on Earth: how could she marry a guy who is a closet case and a pedophile?
Brian was able to talk to his mother and have some sort of closure.
Boy Lindsay's pulling out all the stops isn't she? Trying to get Joan on her side. Geeze.
It's getting a bit scary with Rita and Reikert. Him mayor? Her married to him? The only thing I can see her doing is being a pimp for the rent boys. And that is not a good thing.
About time Mikey did some good..
I'm glad Justin has the kids and Brian to re-center him. I know dealing with Craig was really hard for him.
Who knew Joan could be helpful? I'm glad Brian doesn't have her as a mother in this life.
I can't wait for the next chapter.
Going back is interesting. Michael seems to have come to terms with how he acted and looks like he's going good.