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Goodman caves and tells her he’ll stay. She has to listen to every word he says though. Then he tells her to call a friend and have a little fun to get her mind off her woes. Poor thing has to admit she doesn’t have any friends. Goodman gives her a sad little smile and leaves her alone. And I don’t fault him for it. He’s her manager, not her galpal. Juliette sits scrolling through her phone, trying to find someone to hang out with and she’s eating her Pink Macaroni. It’s a nice touch. She calls Deacon.
He asks if she’s ok and she confesses that she is not. She can barely get the words out. She’s clearly uncomfortable being seen in this way: worn down, not at her shiny-bright best. He asks if she’s doing anything. She doesn’t respond but her smile is answer enough. Yay! The downer episode ends on a bright note.
Thanks Gasmi. I hope you enjoyed reading. I know I got a little ragey in parts but dyed eyebrows, terrible nail polish and sleeveless dresses are just things I feel strongly about. Y’know, the BIG ISSUES. See y’all next week.
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