Jess was never going to come back from that first encounter, when he sassed her instead of thanking her for her insight and advice. Just like Logan was never really going to come back from helping Rory steal a yacht, even though it was her idea.
I cried laughing throughout the entire musical, I have no idea why.
Ah screw it, it'll take too long to message people individually - I've set up something where we can discuss where to go or who wants to host something, so that we don't have to do it via PM. Just look at my profile's website.
NOOOOoooooo! How am I going to get through the Orange Menace unpresidency without y'all? Is anybody starting an independent forum, I mean it's just the one thread it wouldn't have to be a big deal? Just hosted somewhere else? Invision still has a free option, right? Well damn.
I mostly agree, I just think that in this case there's no real way to separate a character losing weight from her actor losing weight. It's not like Chrissy can lose weight more slowly than Kate, or Chrissy can decide not to lose any more weight while Kate decides to lose lots more. So if Chrissy had surgery and she's losing lots of weight but claiming that, unlike Kate, she's merely dieting and exercising - she's putting out false information about how easy (or hard) it is to lose weight. So I hope she won't do that. But, I agree that it's her business.
You make a good point, but I do think that while we aren't entitled to know about her private life, if it's suggested that she lost weight due to diet and exercise and in reality she had surgery, that kind of verges on reality TV. Because the character can't lose weight unless Chrissy loses weight, and if the character "succeeds" using "just discipline" while Chrissy actually needed the surgery, that's a little bit of a bad message to be delivering to people. "Well I guess you failed because you didn't have Chrissy's self-discipline." If you see what I mean?