Its all fun and games until the woman’s boyfriend shows up, and John is left to repair the awkwardly tattered situation. Lets just say the boyfriend was slightly offended by Doug's sexual reactions to his girl. While John tries to hold Doug’s mouth, the puppet tries with all his might to get one last word out. When the couple leaves, the woman steals the lint roller for a memento. As she leaves the scene the puppet asks John, “ You think I have a shot with her?
Olivia is similar in the way that she falls for Cesario/Sebastian and causes him difficulties with Duke by showing her interests in him. Furthermore, Viola also show may similarities and differences. In the movie, Viola dresses up as her brother to get revenge on the boys team on her school by trying to beat them in their rival team Illyria. However in the play, Viola dresses up as a man named Cesario so she can have some space after losing her brother in a shipwreck. They are both alike in the way that they fall for Duke during her time disguising as a man.
Romeo & Juliet is considered the greatest love story of all time. The story is about a young individual named Romeo that is looking for love and falls for the gorgeous Rosaline. But since she ignored him and wasn’t looking for love he fell into depression which gave the idea to his best friend Mercutio to convince him to go to a party to try forgetting about her. There instead of spying on Rosaline he meets the Beautiful Juliet which he met by chance and fell for. After falling in love with each other and kissing they both find out their love is forbidden due to the fact their families are enemies, so in order to stay together they risked everything and got married by Friar Lawrence.
In Linoleum Roses, Sally finally runs away from her abusive father by marrying an older salesman, whom she comes to find out is obsessive, abusive, and violent. Sally’s ‘husband’ doesn’t let her out, talk or see her friends, or be near the window. This vignette stood above the rest of the other gender role related vignettes because it showed how a women that has been in abusive situations tend to go in a circle to end in the same predicament they started in. that is exactly what Sally did, she left her abusive father to end up with an abusive old man. In Rafela Who Drinks Coconut and Papaya Juice on Tuesdays, the same concept is showed in a different light.
The troubled teen shows the audience how she thinks she hates her daily life and wants to live with ‘the sex god’ Robbie. We see how the downfall of Georgia’s arch enemy, Wet Lindsey (Robbie’s girlfriend), makes Georgia thinks she has a chance at Robbie. Just when she thinks she has him (a bit of snogging has happened by this point) he announces that he wants to save the planet and moves to Scotland. Georgia is convinced that life isn’t worth living until a new boy, Massimo, moves into town. This smooth talking Italian quickly seduces Georgia and before long there is even more snogging.
She shows up to the date and goes into a ‘homosexual panic.’ (Griffin, 2009) Helen eventually convinces her to stay and the two get together with a few bumps and scrapes. Over the course of the film she struggles with explaining to her friends and family that she has not in fact found a ‘man’ but instead has found a ‘woman.’ The relationship flourishes and then stalls due to Jessica’s lack of interest in sex. The two break up, remain friends, and it ends true to traditional patriarchal mores, with her beginning to date her old boss who is a man. This film although promising at the beginning fell back on old situations used in film to dissuade what the text calls. ‘America’s relative discomfort.’ (Griffin, 2009) This film also employs the ‘girl-girl’ sexual situation whereby “America ‘expects’ women to be objectified for the pleasure of a male gaze.” (Griffin, 2009) The film ends with the traditional classic ‘happy ending.’ (Griffin, 2009) Although I was disappointed in this film I feel that the film's use of ‘queer theory,’ was revolutionary for the time in which it was made.
For I ne'er saw true beauty till this night.” Meeting Juliet makes him instantaneously forget about Rosaline and never think about her again. The second reason, is that the fighting between the Montagues and Capulets becomes exaggerated when Tybalt discovers Romeo is at the Capulet’s ball. Tybalt is furious at Romeo’s gatecrashing and requests not only that Romeo and his friends be thrown out, but also that the Capulet’s take revenge for the fact that he had the nerve to come to the party. In this act, the audience has a bad feeling about the play, as in the scene before this one, Romeo says “Shall bitterly begin this fearful date With this night’s revels, and expire the term Of a despisèd life closed in my breast By some vile forfeit of untimely death.” Which means, “this party tonight will be the start of something bad, something that will end with my own death” Act 1 Scene 5 begins with some serving men, who are excited for the feast, because after they’re finished working they can enjoy the festivities with their lady friends. Capulet is in an extremely good mood at the beginning of the scene when he is reminiscing with his cousin about how long it had be since the two of them had been to a masque.
Tom’s family dislikes Nola because she is very different from them, money wise. Chris attempts to hide is attraction for Nola but one day she runs out of the house very upset and Chris decides to follow her. They hook up. Chris never tells Chloe and the two of them end up staying together and getting married. Chloe’s father gives Chris a job at the family company and all is well.
Each character has a different personality the attributes to the shows unique and talented theme of individuality. New Directions was taken over by the schools spanish teacher Will Schuester after a rumored mishap with the old instructor and a male student. Mr. Schuester took over the New Directions with high hopes of restoring the club to its former glory days, but runs into problems with the Cheerios cheerleading coach, Sue Sylvester. Sue Sylvester is the shows antagonist who is trying to sabotage the Glee club and will do so at any cost. Sues hatred for the club is because she was the former coach of the New Directions biggest competition Oral Intensity, but resigned after she lost nationals.
But after being rejected by Conrad multiple times, Belly and Jeremiah developed feelings for each other and started dating each other in college. As things seemed to be perfect for Belly and Jeremiah, Jeremiah confronted Belly about cheating on her when he went to Cabo for spring break. Belly was heartbroken, but Jeremiah begged for forgiveness by proposing to her. Belly instantly said yes. However, when they announced their engagement to their families, no one was supportive of it.