MOM and SON are in a cemetery. SON is in goth attire. MOM is convincing him to ditch the bad-influence goth girlfriend and come home.

MOM: When you’re with the right person, you don’t have to change who you are.
SON: Then why are you always trying to change Dad?
MOM: Because that’s who I am.
(studio audience laughter)

Ha indeed. šŸ˜›

5 thoughts on “Seen Tonight on Some Insipid Disney Sitcom for Tweens


    Betcha if her sun were Average Kid, and became Football Star for the girlfriend she would be the Best Thing That Happened To Him.

    not that I’m bitter or anything. ;P

    • Yeah the whole premise was irritating. They seemed to be careful, at least, not to associate goth dress with any negative behaviors. All the discussion of how he had changed was limited to eyeliner and nail polish — which makes their xenophobic reaction all the more stupid. Ugh, I am so not looking forward to the day when my kids start bumping into high school stereotypes.

  2. I will never for the life of me understand why people start dating someone they want to change. I mean, hello, if you want someone else, find someone else! (Since I’m experiencing this very thing at the moment . . . >:/ What’s worse is that he seems to want my OPPOSITE! Arrrgh)