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Molly Groove 2000 Pics

Issa returns from the hallway, where he clearly heard everything, and is not pleased. He and Molly head to the bedroom, and Issa tells her that hes been doing a lot of thinking and soul searching about their living arrangement. He has a very particular set of morals about the things he believes are permissible, and heres telling his girlfriend that she cant text the guys shes hooking up with or even send him messages. It will undermine his relationship with them because it will ultimately lead to trouble for them. But she is free to date other men.

Issa tells Molly that he has a different set of morals, and that he cant stand having her live like this. He tells her itll be the death of her if she continues to make the mistake of letting her guard down and trusting men who dont deserve it, and he wouldnt hesitate to throw her out if he wanted her out. The conversation continues into the late evening, and Issa threatens to break up with her, to walk away, but Molly will be damned if she doesnt leave. The next morning, she does, carrying with her a suitcase, a bottle of her favorite whiskey and a frying pan as a weapon. As she walks out the door, Issa stops her, pulls her back into the apartment and asks her to have a drink. Molly hesitates before telling him that shes not thirsty.

Molly is walking the streets of LA, and she and Lawrence stop to watch a game in a parking lot. She tells him hes right about his morals, and that she doesnt feel right about it. She doesnt want to be with him, and he says that he doesnt want to be with her, and that hes willing to overlook it. But eventually shes going to have to let it go.

Molly is curious about the fact that Molly donot ever puts down women, or at least so she says. (Someone tell me if this is really true; maybe it isnt! I find this type of conversation kind of cool, and I think it would be a nice way to start out a girl-girl conversation.) We see Molly at the empty microphone, taking on a pen and a pad of paper and speaking in random rhymes for a while, something that sparks the idea of her coming to the stage.
Over the course of the sets, we see Molly perform occasionally. She does close mic singing of Sweet Dreams and of the chorus of Something for the Angels; she also does the goofy nod and nod dance on Waiting for Love. The only change is that she has a different outfit. On one of the other songs she does the macarena, and then shes wearing neon yellow high tops and a neon yellow miniskirt and a neon yellow Croc patterned skirt with orange shoulder pads; she does pop/hip-hop/jazz-style popping up and down. There was a point when I thought I was going to be absolutely delighted with this, but it didnt last very long, because for one thing, I hated how dressed up she was. It seemed like her personality was being squeezed out by her clothing and hair. This was the point when I wished that only a minute of all this applied. Later on, I just felt strangely indifferent toward her. Not in a bad way; just like I wasnt all that interested in watching her perform. It was all for the sake of entertaining the other people at the show, but its weird. Whats weird is that I felt this way without even seeing her music. I just saw her as an overweight teenager who was trying to dress like someone who could get away with it.

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