Post by Sideshowjazz1 on Jun 22, 2014 4:20:26 GMT -5
You know, Mary Anne's father majorly underestimated her until "Mary Anne Saves The Day". When Mary Anne first asks him if she can babysit, he first says she's not old enough, then when she uses Kristy as an example, he says something about levels of maturity to be considered. Why does he always imply his daughter is immature? Everyone else adult comments on how mature she is. I know he's overprotective, but can he honestly not see that Mary Anne is very sensible and mature for her age, in spite of how much he shelters her?
"We all go a little mad sometimes." - Norman Bates, "Psycho"