Then one thing led to another and now I'm inquisitively ferreting out the spoilers for s.4, which has got to be the dumbest thing I've ever done considering where I am in the watching of the series. To be fair, I'm not seeking all the spoilers, really, just as the ones as they pertain to
Am basing this mostly on the theory of how DW follows the Office (Jim/Pam) arc:
S.1: A brief introduction, setting the tone, and a reference point of nostalgia
S.2: Explodes off the charts, cute-wise, with a heartbreaking ending (and declarations of love!)
S.3: Third Wheel Woman, but occasional tugs on the heartstrings as reminders that the story in s.2 isn't yet written off
S.4: OK, so it diverges here - Office starts off with everything wrapped up in a neat little bow of perfection, but I can still hold out hope for some measure of satisfaction on DW, right?
I really need to shut up and do my due-tomorrow French homework now, because I just found out that a 3-page paper I thought was due next week is actually due tomorrow. And I have to read the play first. And it's "Death and the Maiden," which doesn't mean much to me except that it's for Miserable Class of Death, which means I fully expect it to be an exercise in torture. (Also, being sick sucks. The sore throat's almost gone, but now I'm going through more Kleenex than I've neeeded in the year to date, and a cough has settled in.)