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I’m just waiting for the story arc where someone sees evidence of her presence, assumes it’s a break-in, and calls the cops.
For a “smart” person, you would think Bernice would have just looked out the window to see who it was.
You’re forgetting that Tiffany also HELPED Luann during that incident, even before she knew Ann was involved.
You’re making a blanket statement – it depends on the Amish community. There are Amish that own computers and / or vehicles for their businesses in some communities; they just aren’t allowed into their home areas. The Amish have a process where they allow new technologies (like recently, Cell phones, or at one time, cars) into their communities and then gauge their impact on the community, especially family units. If they find it takes away from the community, they stop allowing it.
Also, the Twilight Zone story “The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street” – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Monsters_Are_Due_on_Maple_Street
His story was that he was brand new at the Pentagon, and went to leave for the night but got turned around and ended up going down the wrong corridor – and he saw two men escorting something that was not human in appearance at the other end of the hallway.
One of my instructors at DINFOS swore he saw an alien while working in the Pentagon.
But it was Pam who found Bobby in the shower.
And that still is one of the worst plot devices in the history of television.
A fixer-upper house. Them working on it together would be a “shared passion.”
If a cat gets up somewhere, it can get back down.