The Day's Most Disturbing Dialogue
Sonny: Letitia was killed, Michael. Looks like it might have been one of my enemies. [Inappropriate! -Ed.]
Michael: You have to kill them, dad. I loved Letitia. You have to make them pay for killing her.
Sonny: That's not the answer, Michael.
Michael: I don't care. You can't let them get away with -
Sonny: Enough! Letitia loved you, very much. She wouldn't want you to grow up to be the kind of person who would want revenge.
Michael: They have to pay for killing her.
1) How f'ed up is this kid?! If I am supposed to feel anything other than terror or a full-body cringe at even the mention of Michael's name, this show is failing miserably. Can't they just SORAS him to 18, so I can feel less bad about wanting a fictional character to get caught in the mob crossfire?
2) Since when is Sonny the voice of restraint in a mafia-related conversation? It makes me feel icky.
3) People, they killed off the nanny to start yet another mob war, and also to set up the biggest mobsters in town as the victims. I really need some kind of chart so I can accurately pinpoint just how far below acceptable this show does. I think I remember from geometry that some lines are infinite, so that will help.
Oh, and this:
Sam to Jerry, indignantly: You're serious? You want me to sleep with my sister's grandfather?!
Let me just put on my very best Cameron face and say: Bitch, please.
Sam: If all you wanted was secrets out of Trevor, why didn't you just hire yourself a hooker, or something?
Jerry: No, no, no, Trevor's way too smart for that. Come on! You, on the other hand, can bring up any name without raising Trevor's suspicion. Because you've slept with all of them.
Ha! Two points to the psychopath.
But poor terribly wardrobed, horribly written-for Kelly Monaco. The only thing I'm looking forward to is that if Sam follows through with all this revenge sex, it's likely to send her to the bottom of a bottle, and I swear there are few better things on daytime than Kelly Monaco playing drunk. Cheers, Sam!