Dec 89. Danny calls Amanda stupid, a flake and always depressed. Gary calls Amanda depressed, a high school senior who doesn’t know who she wants to go to the prom with and a crazy woman. Tom calls his mother a great woman, a hell of a mother and a drunk who locked him out of the apartment so she could make it with her boyfriends. Greg calls Paula a very attractive woman. Greg calls finding a woman with a modicum of intelligence and personality that he can hang out with a problem. Paula calls herself a last-minute diversion. Linda calls herself difficult, critical, judgemental and not a lot of fun to be around. Paige calls herself not a child. Greg calls himself not a teenager anymore. Dr Barzeeza calls rape not an act motivated by sexual longing. Danny calls rape a depressing subject. Amanda calls Danny a rapist. Gary calls Danny a liar. Val calls Amanda a sick person, a jealous ex-wife and Gary’s demented lover. Val calls her engagement ring gorgeous. Val calls Karen her best friend. Eric calls Michael his oldest, closest friend. Olivia calls Polly friendly and Miss Auto Parts R Us. Olivia calls Michael the greatest cousin in the world. Linda calls Michael the only person who’s ever liked her for who she is. Linda calls her marriage to Eric a mistake from the beginning. Linda calls Michael’s new car beautiful. Linda calls Olivia’s new car great. Harold calls Olivia’s new car not all that great. Michael calls a Sandy Koufax baseball card a great gift. Harold calls Michael an all around good guy. Mort calls Michael a good sport. Karen calls life pretty darn good (at least, if you want it to be). Karen calls rapists people that you or I could know. Dr Barzeeza calls rapists sociopathic and consummate conmen and manipulators. Val calls Danny a gentle man, sensitive and not capable of doing what Amanda has accused him of doing. Paula calls Greg a very sexy older man who can have anyone he wants. Paige calls Mrs Richfield an old bat. Tom calls Paige too compulsive about her career. Paige calls Mack’s constant interference in her personal life outrageous. Mack calls cops creatures of habit. Mack calls Tom a nice guy. Tom calls Coleridge his favourite poet.