The Coincidental Critic

Exploring the art of storytelling.

Grant Is a Lonely Hunter


I was glad to see the Elizabeth’s parents again.  I like the relationship they have with Elizabeth and their grandchildren.  They’re usually the unbiased party during controversial situations.  They keep the other characters balanced and assist with their development.

Grant was hilarious in “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter” for obvious reasons.

In “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter,” we dove deeper into Max’s character.  Driven by hunger, Grant raided Max’s kitchen where he discovered gluten free veggie crisps and a box of special cookies.  These little details about a character’s home environment bring a character to life and make him/her more whole.

I am curious to learn how things are actually going with David.  It seems like every time Elizabeth tries to contact him, he is not available.  Could there be something going on?



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