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Fathers Suck

by LTG July 5, 2005
Fathers And Sons

And here's the disturbing scene I was so worried about. Mahoney stands at the window of his hotel room (fully dressed, thank God). Clea is in the bed, not at all fully dressed. This is just wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. I mean, Frasier's dad just did it with one of the disturbed teens from Girl, Interrupted. Her cell phone rings -- it's her son, asking her when she'll be home. She throws on her clothes while she talks. When she hangs up, she asks Mahoney if he has many "affairs." Personally, I think "affair" implies something ongoing. What Mahoney just did was fuck a stranger. Who happens to be less than half his age. He acknowledges having had affairs that lasted longer than thirty minutes, and she wants to know what that's like. He tells her that the longest affair he's had has been two years and, in response to her question, tells her that it's still going on. Didn't we just see Joanna throw him out of the house? Is he delusional about that, or is there yet another woman he's been fucking? She asks him who he likes best: "Not for sex, just in general." He thinks for a while, and tells her that he likes his wife best, including for sex. She wonders why the hell he would have affairs if he likes his wife the best. He doesn't really answer; instead, he tells her that whenever he has sex with another woman, all he wants to do is run back home to his wife. So, he fucks other women so that he will appreciate his wife more? Clea asks if he wants to run back to his wife after the sex they just had, and Mahoney jokes around, telling her that it's different with her. He finally points out the age difference, telling her that it was fun to be with someone so young. Clea: "Fun? Like golf, or checkers?" It's funny, 'cause only old people play checkers. He asks her why she fucks around, and she tells him that "affairs" make her feel new. I find a new pair of shoes does the same thing. Clea gathers up her stuff, places her hand on Mahoney's cheek, and says, "Farewell, old man." Heee. I'm really glad that scene is over. The funny thing is, I love Harold and Maude, so it's not like intergenerational sex is necessarily disgusting to me. But in that movie, it was at least reasonable to believe that the young man fell in love with the very old woman before having sex with her. Here, it's just a hot young woman jumping the bones of an anonymous old man.

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Fathers Suck

by LTG July 5, 2005
Fathers And Sons

And here's the disturbing scene I was so worried about. Mahoney stands at the window of his hotel room (fully dressed, thank God). Clea is in the bed, not at all fully dressed. This is just wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. I mean, Frasier's dad just did it with one of the disturbed teens from Girl, Interrupted. Her cell phone rings -- it's her son, asking her when she'll be home. She throws on her clothes while she talks. When she hangs up, she asks Mahoney if he has many "affairs." Personally, I think "affair" implies something ongoing. What Mahoney just did was fuck a stranger. Who happens to be less than half his age. He acknowledges having had affairs that lasted longer than thirty minutes, and she wants to know what that's like. He tells her that the longest affair he's had has been two years and, in response to her question, tells her that it's still going on. Didn't we just see Joanna throw him out of the house? Is he delusional about that, or is there yet another woman he's been fucking? She asks him who he likes best: "Not for sex, just in general." He thinks for a while, and tells her that he likes his wife best, including for sex. She wonders why the hell he would have affairs if he likes his wife the best. He doesn't really answer; instead, he tells her that whenever he has sex with another woman, all he wants to do is run back home to his wife. So, he fucks other women so that he will appreciate his wife more? Clea asks if he wants to run back to his wife after the sex they just had, and Mahoney jokes around, telling her that it's different with her. He finally points out the age difference, telling her that it was fun to be with someone so young. Clea: "Fun? Like golf, or checkers?" It's funny, 'cause only old people play checkers. He asks her why she fucks around, and she tells him that "affairs" make her feel new. I find a new pair of shoes does the same thing. Clea gathers up her stuff, places her hand on Mahoney's cheek, and says, "Farewell, old man." Heee. I'm really glad that scene is over. The funny thing is, I love Harold and Maude, so it's not like intergenerational sex is necessarily disgusting to me. But in that movie, it was at least reasonable to believe that the young man fell in love with the very old woman before having sex with her. Here, it's just a hot young woman jumping the bones of an anonymous old man.

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