Kirsten and Daphne and her posse are sitting around a table at the club, watching their friend Tai hit on some guy. Kirsten acts like she's never been in a club before, and asks how Tai will hit on the guy -- will she ask for his phone number or what? Tai leans over and just starts making out with the guy, and Kirsten is shocked that Tai didn't wait for the guy to make the first move. Daphne says, "That's our Tai! The original feminist" sarcastically. Kirsten can't believe how... and the girls take turn finishing the sentence with words like crazy, slutty and burnt out, but Kirsten says she meant free. Daphne says Kirsten is all whacked out on club soda. I think she's delirious from not eating in like a week. Kirsten offers up stripping as the perfect example of how free they all are. Kirsten wouldn't do it herself, of course, but not because she thinks it's wrong. It's because she's afraid. Daphne says that sometimes fear is a healthy emotion. Kirsten thinks that if she's afraid, then she isn't really free. And everybody wants to be closer to free. Sorry, I couldn't resist. Dusty asks if Kirsten feels a need to get naked in front of other people. Kirsten asks why not, and says that if the only reason she isn't doing it is because of what other people might think, then she's just like everyone else who follows the rules by getting married and having kids and never does anything out of line their whole life. Then she takes a sip of her club soda and thinks about having a snack consisting of one apple slice and a saltine.
Party of Five
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Party of Five