I really felt sorry for Terri, I mean I really felt sorry for her. All this time she felt that lying to her husband was the best way to keep their relationship strong.
We knew the moment would come for Will to stumble upon Terri's lie, I mean really, how long could she have kept it up? There could have been times where he could turn around and surprise her with a belly rub. Even though she became extremely alert in bed, there would be that time for the coin to drop and the two faces revealed, but I really did not expect it. While Will went scouting for hs pocket square, I knew the moment had arrived for him to connect the dots. I seriously thought he was going to hit her there!
Even though everything she went through to cover it up, was manipulative and conceited, I still felt remorse. The fact she believed a lie could help their marriage was beyond saddening. I mean really, I understand her. I don't think Will should have suffered through the false belief of being a father, but I also didn't appreciate his love affair with Emma, when he believed he was going to be a father.Even when Terri was believed to be pregnant, he held on to his misguided feelings for Emma. So imagine if Terri broke the news then, only for him to ask Emma what was to be his next move. I mean a marriage is supposed to mean something, and even Emma told Terri to back off when she thought Terri was getting in the way. The irony.
The moment he realized the pregnancy was fake, was the biggest moment for me. He said he loved her, but I couldn't believe him, especially since he couldn't stand spending time with her at school as well as home, because 'they would have nothing to talk about at home'. Their marriage was really 'messed up' from the start.I hold my opinion, I do feel sorry for her, no one would ever want to be in that situation, especially when a simple human error was made and having a sister that condones it doesn't really help. I could tell she did care about hm, but after he turned his back to her, I really do not know if there's coming back from that.
I commend Jessalyn Gilsig and Matthew Morrison for that rendering performance, well done indeed.
What do you think, will they make it?
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