Restaurant X Chemical fumes.
I’m hoping this arc will also be Berniece’s chance to shine. I’m sure she’ll have to bust Tiffany for trying to run a business out of her form room – though tecnically She isn’t doing that yet since Ox isn’t a paying customer – that’s a given. I’m hoping Bernice will also step into her counseling roll and help Tiff explore other career options, and hos to use Moony U to prepare for them. Bernice is overdue in the character growth department.
I’m hoping this will be Bernice’s chance to show growth. I’m sure she’ll do what she has to do in her RA roll. But I’m hoping she’ll also step into her counseling roll and help Tiff discover other career options, and how she might use hr time at Moony U to prepare for them. Bernice is long overdue for an emotional growth spurt and chance to shine.
“Luann” walks a thin line between comic strip fantasy – in which the rules of the real world don’t apply – and reality. Brad and Toni were able to turn a laundry room/closet into a guest bedroom without any professional help at all… but then the city inspector came knocking. Much of this story line is about Tiffany learning about the reality that doesn’t include Daddy’s neverending charge account. It’s pretty likely she’ll run into the real world realities of dorm restrictions and licensing requirements at some point.
But I agree, she’s making progress. I suspect real “calling” is probably not nails, but some other aspect of the style and fashion business – more glamorous and higher paying. But this is a first step and it’s nice to see her attacking it with gusto!
License, yes. Guild, no.
I’m glad you lived to celebrate the incarciversary.
Jack also adjusts his sights from “veterinarian” to “vet tech,” at least as a starting point. Greg isn’t totally oblivious to reality.
She’d also need to have a good sense of style to be a personal shopper. Fortunately she has that in spades!
Apparently her bank account did not agree.
Tiffany doesn’t have to live in the real world with the rest of us… until she does.