He’s watching the recordings of Bea and Doreen’s interrogation, which seems like a sad, but normal enough pastime for a grieving spouse.
The videos themselves are basically a parade of people saying “it wasn’t me.
Definitely not Team Franky (probably just jealous). The Guards: Meg Jackson: Former governor who went and got herself stabbed to death by one of her many enemies.Liz Birdsworth: Desperately tries to be a mediator in her capacity as Peer Worker. Will Jackson: The nicest fella to ever wield a truncheon.And eventually, you’re going to have to learn to talk about these disagreements and compromise without immediately thinking that maybe it would just be easier to leave. He typed something into the search engine, and his search history came up.He had been looking at ads for "escorts" and "women seeking men" on Kim: Literally zero attributes other than being the aforementioned clit.
Jaqs Holt: The only thing better put together than her outfits are her evil plans. And of course, Kanga and Little Roo: AKA Doreen and Kaiya.Weekend trips and parent introductions don’t have to be deal breakers, so I’d warn you against getting too apocalyptic.It sounds like you care a lot about this guy, who sounds responsible and decent, so now it’s time to start feeling comfortable enough in your relationship to disagree.She’s distracted by Doreen, who wants everyone to come celebrate Kaiya’s birthday.If you wondered last week why any parent would bring their child with them to prison, the answer is: because that child is capable of distilling all the joy in the universe into the words “hot potato.” And it’s clear how much all the inmates need her, because if you can make a child happy simply by dancing to The Wiggles, then clearly you’re not such a bad person after all.I just fell into a pool of her blood.” But there’s something curious about the way Will watches them; he skips straight to the good parts like it’s a DVD of Room in Rome.