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30th-Jan-2015 01:36 pm
How do I unsee this?

I DO feel sorry for Philip though. His wife is a block of ice, his not-wife is a vulcano... That has to leave marks. :D

I just realised that I should make a user-pic with Philip/Stan. :)
30th-Jan-2015 03:52 pm (UTC)
This scene was so hilarious, but too short! :-) The moment when Clark looks at the book is just too funny!lol

We watch the show at work, and I can tell you that all the guys love Martha! :-)
30th-Jan-2015 05:31 pm (UTC)
I love Martha. She is so relateable, it's sometimes painful to watch.
30th-Jan-2015 07:50 pm (UTC)
I love Martha to. You're right, there are things that I recognize in her. :) I would certainly like to see Martha more often and I liked the scene with Beeman a lot too.
30th-Jan-2015 07:48 pm (UTC)
I had fun watching it, but turned the sound down (!) She's SO loud! :)
30th-Jan-2015 05:32 pm (UTC)
I agree with lilypoppy, I had expected a longer scene after all that hype. But still very funny. And also, they didn't match up! Alison is short than Matthew...
30th-Jan-2015 07:52 pm (UTC)
Yes, me too, but I'm also glad it didn't last much longer. There's something about Clartha that makes me feel like I'm eavesdropping. :)
30th-Jan-2015 10:19 pm (UTC)
My theory is that it's because Martha and Clark, to a certain extent, are the only normal people on the show. Everyone is a heightened version of something. They all do things that wouldn't really work in real life, whereas Martha is just very real. She's not a superhero.
31st-Jan-2015 07:39 pm (UTC)
Yes, I think I like her because she's not a super-hero, but an ordinary woman, who doesn't even know that she's in extra-ordinary position. She just wants to love and be loved. I like that she's ambitious in exploring what she wants too. She's definitely not a doormat either. Like that.
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