Thursday, September 11, 2014

Suicide Med

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  1. Analysis of Main Characters of Suicide Med:

    Heather: Not the "barbie doll" type (Dr. Fizzy's alter ego?) with some body image
    issues, Heather is a natural beauty. Initially attracted to the very
    good looking and overly confident Mason, Heather's instincts and basic good
    values make the choice for her: Abe.

    Mason: As his name suggests, Mason has lived a very protected life (akin to a mason jar). Unprepared to deal with life's difficulties, Mason is just one "accident"
    away from a total meltdown. Unfortunately for Mason, his life of "privilege" was
    anything but.

    Abe: A good heart-ed young man, Abe smartly chooses Heather as his life partner.
    Seeing beyond her outer beauty, Abe literally sweeps Heather off her feet.
    Unfortunately, to survive the medical school experience, some of "the goodness"
    of Abe needs to be "cut out." Now hardened by the experience, Abe chooses
    surgery as a way to deal with the aftermath.

    Agree or disagree?

  2. Is it appropriate to comment on your own comment? Well, I'm going to do so anyway!
    It's directed at Heather. Heather, as you grow older, you may find a few gray hairs.
    Don't worry about 'em. You're a beautiful person inside and out, and anyone
    who is focusing on the grays is missing the big picture.