Mary gets a stick-figure drawing of a girl playing basketball, along with basketball sound effects. Even though Mary "has often needed help herself," she still had friends. What a wonderful world we live in, where even people who "need help" can have friends. And of course, the statement that Mary has ever needed any help more than fashion advice is ridiculous. Mary's friends include "victim" Denise, who got teased by classmates while Mary stood around and watched. "Drug abuser" Diane took legal drugs and had a hilarious heart attack. Then Mary befriended a "child molester," who was actually a basketball coach who wanted to get with her. Not exactly a winning personality trait on his part, but not exactly a "child molester," either. Mary helped "teen mother" Corey get her sports award back. "Angel" Molly is retarded.
Admissions Guy 1: They're calling her an "angel" just because she has Down's Syndrome?
Admissions Guy 2: I was okay with the dying kid being an angel, but this is kind of weird.
"Victim" Lisa was apparently abused by her mother's boyfriend, but she gets no picture or further explanation. "Boozers" Jill and Barb wanted Lucy to go out drinking with them, but then Mary ruined their good time.
Admissions Guy 1: Jill and Barb sound more like Lucy's friends than Mary's.
Admissions Guy 2: I can't believe you're even questioning the logic at this point.
"The Devil's advocates" are Frankie and Johnny, of course, whose married life included "a lot of pot" and thus sounds totally awesome. Simon also claims that they "got Mary to drink and drive," as if Mary wouldn't have done it without their intervention, which, unless they pulled on her what Martin Landau did to Cary Grant in North by Northwest, is a lie.