And now it’s time to deal with the negative consequences of interfering in people’s lives, and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist showed that good deeds may not always result in good returns.
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Zoey saw her first duet, where her sister-in-law Emily and her brother David end up arguing about how they feel pressured by pregnancy and the seriousness of adulthood. Only his brother has been enjoying the evening with friends, while his wife spends more time worrying about how to handle everything alone.
By getting involved, Zoey manages to make her sister-in-law even more upset with her husband, believing that he will not be able to support her in raising her son, and this keeps her from him. Of course David is pissed off and blames his sister for talking too much …
Now, Zoey and Simon’s relationship gets more and more complicated, as he is increasingly involved with her, and his mother Maggie has already made it clear that he will be a problem. The song “Should I Stay or Should I Go“, By The Clash, was perfect on the scene.
And the worst thing is that his mother is dealing with his marriage and even thinking about how not to hurt Mitch for working alone, but he makes it clear that she can do it without him, because she is happy. The scene in his song was delicious, and the best thing was seeing Zoey with an open heart and even dancing with her father, and I think it’s the first time that she interacts so much with the others’ song.
And we had Leif having his anonymous analysis being thrown in his face, and they were done by Joan. The problem is that Zoey realizes that the programmer is very down and is looking for a way to get around the situation, only that he ends up putting himself on the front line, because he is sure that she wrote the review.
It’s delicious to keep up with the problems of Zoey and her friends, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist deals with everyday things in a very sensitive way and packs us in his songs.