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Kate and Allie have a conversation in the laundry room about David. Allie is amazed that a man would choose her over Kate. She even exclaims, "A man who is not a relative wants to take me out." This reveals a dark history of incest and possible abuse in her family, which would of course account for her lack of confidence and self-worth.
In Their Laundry Room Of Dating, The Dryer Doesn't Work
Kate's daughter comes downstairs saying that Kate is looking for her black sweater-dress.
Jane Curtin as Allie
The phone rings, and Jenny, Allie's daughter, answers it.
David calls Kate at work the next day to ask her if she'd mind if he asked Allie out on a date.
Susan Saint James as Kate
Meanwhile Jenny is still on the phone, saying, "I can't stand it." This is the philosophy of a typical teenager. There is so much horror, so much sadness and so much beyond one's control in the world, that how can anyone really stand it? But most people are quiet about it, having given up the search for power,Nike Air Max 1, or even understanding of the forces at work. Not so the teenager. Jenny even says it twice. "I can't stand it. I can't stand it."
Kate arrives home, and a second later the doorbell rings. Allie answers it, and it's David (played by Kelsey Grammer, Frasier), who is there to pick up Kate for a date.
Chip goes upstairs, and Allie takes over the wallpaper job, but with a brush, not her hands. This shows she is further removed from the artistic process.
David and Allie get to know each other while David waits for Kate. Kate finally appears in her black dress and tells David that he looks just like his voice, thus validating his sense of self. Now they can go on their date.
Allie, played by Jane Curtin,Nike Air Max 90, tells him, "Go upstairs and change. And don't bump into anything - you'll stick to it." This is excellent advice. Everyone needs change, and upstairs is a more private place, where one can change and not immediately feel the eyes of society judging that change. But while changing, don't touch anything, for fear of getting stuck to it, attached. For how can one change if one is attached to a particular material object?
Allie replies in an equally philosophical manner, "Everybody."
Allie acknowledges her daughter's philosophy. She tells David,Nike Air Max 90 Shoes, "That's my daughter. She can't stand it."
David says to Allie, "Can I ask you a question?" Which itself is a question. So essentially he's asking, "Can I do the thing I am doing?" It's really a question of reality, of reaching out for Allie to validate his reality. His next question: "Who lives here?" A much deeper philosophical question. For, who truly lives? And what is meant by "here"?
Also of note: at the beginning of this scene it's established that the dryer is not working. So one can wash his or her clothes, but not dry them. Thus, it represents tasks unfinished. Yet throughout the scene Kate threatens to push Allie into the dryer. Why? The dryer doesn't
Kelsey Grammer as David
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When Kate returns from her date, she tells Allie that David is not the one. She tells Allie the purpose of dating is to not have to date anymore. It's a means to an end, and for her the means is no longer enjoyable. There is a hint of a deep-set sadness within Kate.
The show begins with Chip, Allie's son,Nike Air Max 24 7, putting paste onto the back of a strip of wallpaper. He does this with his hands, rather than with a brush, as a method of truly getting in touch with art.
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