EDIT: I added my trivia to the wiki page last night.
It makes sense to me since the American landscape is overpopulated with Eric Cartmans these days. At least a quarter (if I may reference a particular episode from not so long ago.)
I find it interesting how they are slowly forcing PC Principle and Strong Woman into a "normal" relationship. Not through any overt judgement, but merely by revealing that to be the easiest path forward for their nascent family. It feels like an observation of both Matt & Trey's individual decents into parenthood. One can try to forge their own path raising children, but the easier, more traditional routes tend to be too seductive to resist.
You read it! You can't unread it!
I do wonder if someone will catch PC/Strong woman in the act....or if anyone cares due to their iphone obcessions. As for me, I'm not in a relationship right now. And having to deal with kids lately has me wondering how well I would actually be with kids. I'm obviously not ready. So for right now NAMASTAE!! *Gets back into budda box*
and again, you use cartman's abusive ways to get your point across.
i only really enjoyed the last minute and a half, when p.c. principal and strong woman finally start acting like human beings. i wonder what direction it will take, if any.
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