Weirded Out (107.13)

Although Michaela turns her head when Jared and Lourdes kiss, she denies being “wierded out” being invited to dinner at Lourdes’ house.  Later, when they discuss and instance when  Evie  in 6th grade wanted revenge not justice, Michaela hears a heartbeat which calls her to leave before dessert.

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Michaela turns her head


Scene shifts to Lourdes and Jared’s house.

MICHAELA: Honey, we’re home.

LOURDES: The kitchen is a disaster area. Do not go in there.

MICHAELA: It smells great.



Michaela turns her head when they kiss.

JARED: All right, well, uh, I’ll go change my clothes.

Lourdes confronts Michaela

MICHAELA: Oh, my God, I’m so sorry. I forgot to bring anything.

LOURDES: Dude, you’re not a guest. You’re family. Jared tells me that this invitation was weirding you out.

MICHAELA: Weird? No, what’s weird about this?

LOURDES: Still the worst liar ever.

Lourdes puts her arm around Michaela and they walk into kitchen.

LOURDES: We’re gonna push through.

Jared talks sports

Scene jumps ahead to an after dinner conversation around the table. Lourdes is laughing. 

JARED: He dunked it from the free-throw line.

LOURDES: I can’t believe you’re such a die-hard Knicks fan.

JARED: I’m sorry. What can I say? I’m loyal.

MICHAELA: Yeah? After 5 1/2 years, the one thing that’s still the same is the Knicks suck.

Michaela turns down a glass of wine

Lourdes laughs, as Jared reaches for the bottle of wine. 

JARED: Hey, why don’t you have a little bit?

MICHAELA: I’m good.

LOURDES: I’ll have some.

MICHAELA: I, um, I haven’t had a drink since that night, so—

LOURDES: Michaela, you’re not an alcoholic. You’re allowed to have a glass of wine. No one’s looking.

MICHAELA: I’m looking.

LOURDES: Way to be a pillbox.

Michaela and Lourdes start laughing.

Michaela calls up Evie


JARED: Wait, where do I know that from?

MICHAELA: That was Evie’s favorite insult.

LOURDES: No, no, no. Her favorite insult was bitch-monkey.

MICHAELA: Bitch-monkey. Oh, Bobby Tufford.

LOURDES: Oh, 6th grade, Evie shows up to school in heels, because she’s Evie, so Bobby Tufford decides to write “slut” on her locker.

JARED: Ouch.

LOURDES: Evie catches him in the act, but when Mrs. Springs asks her who wrote it, Evie doesn’t rat Bobby out. She waits until after school, calls him a bitch-monkey, and then beats the crap out of him.

MICHAELA: She didn’t want justice. She wanted revenge.

JARED: That sounds like she got it.


Michaela heakens a heart beat


JARED: What’s wrong, Mick?


MICHAELA:  I have to go.

LOURDES: Really? I-I have ice cream.

MICHAELA: This was really nice, you guys. Thank you so much.

Michaela leaves. Front door shuts.

JARED: Hey, we tried. She wasn’t ready.

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One thought on “Weirded Out (107.13)

  1. It has only been a few weeks since Michaela returned. She was coming for an extended social visit for the first time. They were clearly trying hard to bring her back into the social circle. If that was their intent, then they would be careful about every action they do to make her feel as comfortable as she could. Of course a married couple is allowed to show affection, but most people in real life put some thought into the context and their purpose and act accordingly. If you know someone is sensitive to something, then it’s courtesy especially if you are a caring friend to avoid any possible triggers, at least until they are used to it.

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