Dear A. Television,
I just learned that my sister is really my mother and the woman that raised me from birth is my grandmother. Now I feel bad for treating my sister so poorly all my life. However I feel as though this awkward upbringing is responsible for my drug and alcohol addiction. How do I confront the two most wonderful women in my life with this information? And how can I pull myself out of my drug and alcohol riddled life?
Down and Out at the Meadows
This was a difficult question for me to answer. I was forced to dig into the recesses of my circuitry. But as we are all aware, TV knows ALL!
Do you remember the episode of Small Wonder entitled “The Suitor”? In this episode, the school nerd, Warren, falls in love with Vicki. You see, Vicki was the only person at school who did not laugh at his misfortune. She did not laugh because she is an android with no emotion. But Warren mistakes this for love. Vicki learned about love, and gave Warren a kiss on the cheek. Vicki was great. How many other 10-year-olds can lift a refrigerator?