Recap: Sadie has a girly side that she hides from everyone, including her family. When she's home alone, she pulls the girly clothes out from hiding and reads fashion magazines and plays with makeup. Then it turns out she's not totally alone.
Thoughts: No matter how you look at it, it's just a little messed up that she feels like she has to hide her girly interests from everyone. I understand that she thinks ubergirly types like Nikki and Michele are vapid, but saving the world doesn't mean you can't wear a pretty necklace while doing it, Sadie! Get a grip!
Last Edit: Apr 29, 2007 11:26:17 GMT -5 by oweniscool
Wait...What's that I hear? It's the sound of me jumping out the window after viewing this vid.
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Nah, I don't think it's that odd really. There are plenty of people who rebel against what they fear is their true identity. The most odd part about her character, to me, is that she seems like she would want to do well at school and get into college, but then we find out that she doesn't want any of this at all. That seems strange to me. It's just common knowledge that you need to get a degree or at least finish high school to have a well paying job in journalism. For a girl who is meant to be as smart as she is, you would think she would realise this. Unless... it's the ditsy part of her coming out?!
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