I've been trying to figure that out, too.
Sorry, I don't see how Dylan is their responsibility.
This seems to be the done thing nowadays and, as a parent, it scares me. Thinking back to when I was younger, I can't imagine wanting to live like that in my parents' house. If you live with the boy, you do that on your own. And if you live at home, the boy lives elsewhere and comes to visit you and the baby. I guess I'm old fashioned.
I hope they don't make the mom and step kids a thing.
So true. I think this is true for older men and women who should know better, too.
I consider Gloria to be a hispanic woman of color, especially since that's how she sees herself. I agree with you that Hispanic isn't a race, and our society is hung up on categorizing people in odd ways. My kids have been checking off the other box on forms. But when we went to the allergist, I noticed a different box had been selected on the computerized form based presumably on the medical assistant's perception. If my husband had taken them, they probably would have had a different box checked off. Hubby and I are from the same place but are different colors.
I don't like the stereotyping that white people are boring. Or that people from Colombia all look one way and have ties to the cartel. But then, this show is full of stereotypes.