I would think that Antonio’s lawyer would have had to make legal arrangements with anybody Antonio mentioned in his book, especially anybody he gave an entire chapter to.
Delray could sue Antonio if he wanted to since he never gave Antonio permission to disclose any of that stuff.
Some versions have two more lines:
If I should live for other days,I pray thee, Lord, to guide my ways.
Only if she gets them to do her chores for her.
I remember Bill Watterson often did Calvin and Hobbes strips bemoaning the fact that comics had gotten so small that the artist couldn’t really do much with their drawings. If you look at comics from the early 1900s, they were huge, with lots of room to show very detailed drawings. But times have changed.
I’m kind of baffled by this arc. What Dean saw was just some guy with a beard carrying a couple of grocery bags who asked him for the time. How could he mistake him for Bigfoot? It doesn’t make any sense.
Is Antonio regretting signing away his parental rights?
It doesn’t count if you have to be reminded to do it, Frank.
The time earlier in the week where you thought somebody noticing her was a joke, THAT was an honest reaction on your part. And that’s what she’ll remember.
She knows that she’s a lot better off with Dad.
Delray is probably starting to really hate Antonio.
We’ll probably check back on it in a week or two. If it happens the way it looks like it’s going to – Bets thinks it’s going to be pirates, Tiffany is putting together a classy, low-key dinner – it’s not going to end well.