> Tattoo Vampire wrote:
>> He must love getting slapped around on a regular basis. Why else would he stay
> Quack is a true asshole. He is a sociopath and genuinely enjoys being
> an obnoxious prick. It appears that making a complete jackass of
> himself is an insignificant drawback, if he can insult and annoy those
> who he perceives are superior to himself. And make no mistake - deep
> down, he does know that he is inferior. He knows he's a liar.
I have Hadron "censured" for quite some time now. The good thing is that
you don't have to deal with his filthy rants and his horrible way, how
he sticks together with his fellow shills. Like a bunch of golden girls
drinking their cup of tea in the country club (Katherine "Kitty"
Montgomery (Dharma & Greg) style).
The bad thing is, that I don't notice, when he makes a complete fool out
Susan Sullivan as Katherine "Kitty" Montgomery, Greg's snobbish mother.
She highly disapproves of Dharma and is often successful in making her
feel guilty. This often has the unintended result of making Dharma try
to make it up to her in a "special" way, which everyone tries
(unsuccessfully) to talk her out of and which then leads to Dharma
having another fiasco to make up for.
Kitty is generally represented as a manipulative, controlling woman and
the other characters tend to consult her when they wish to do something
evil. As an elite socialite, Kitty was initially quite displeased to
have Dharma and her parents join the family, since they aren't exactly
the kind of family she can present to her country club friends. However,
she comes to accept Dharma somewhat over the course of the show and has
even gone to her for condolence on rare occasions. She has also tried,
unsuccessfully, to make Dharma come around to her way of thinking,
especially involving the "responsibilities" of being the wife of a
of himself again, which happens on a regular base.
Well, it's all about choice, I guess :-)
|_|0|_| Marti T. van Lin