Doesn't she always? ;-p
Posted by Cheryl on September 21, 1998 at 12:26:11:
In response to The woman pays - somewhat puzzled, written by Constanza on September 21, 1998 at 11:11:17
] And what does he mean by Alec's being Tess husband by Nature? In that case he himself should be that stranger husband's by nature.
I'm not sure I understand what you mean by that last sentence... But I supposed that Angel felt that a "good woman" only had sexual relations with her husband, and Alec, having been with Tess had enjoyed a husband's "privileges". But this:
How can we live together while that man lives? - he being your husband in Nature, and not I. If he were dead it might be different... .
How much did that little statement contribute to Tess' actions later on??
] BTW, if Tess had told him, do you think he would have married her?
No, I don't so. He would have left the dairy and never seen her again.
- Excellent thought **Spoilers** Golda 13:26:08 9/22/98 (1)
- Excuses, excuses... Cheryl 14:55:57 9/22/98 (0)
- I mean Constanza 12:46:27 9/21/98 (7)
- Oh yes! Cheryl 15:28:27 9/21/98 (6)
- jerk or another victim of fate? Jane 12:50:36 9/22/98 (5)
- The names of the male characters Kay 19:05:13 9/23/98 (3)
- Notice how... Caroline 21:41:02 9/24/98 (0)
- Now that you mention it Constanza 11:14:37 9/24/98 (0)
- I never thought about the names that way! That's cool (nfm) Chael 23:58:08 9/23/98 (0)
- Not quite Cheryl 15:02:44 9/22/98 (0)
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