Even your best friend could sue you for alimony. What happened to Christine's almost doctor boyfriend? Did she dump him for the lawyer.
So Barb and Richard actually went for nuptials, maybe they omitted new Christine specifically for that, because I'm sure she wouldn't be happy to find out that Richard could marry someone that wasn't her. He didn't even tell her that he was engaged. That was probably what came with we are living together for only platonic means.
Barb is also very adamant about remaining in the country, what does she really have to stay for; her job,...
It only takes someone like Christine to turn a life threatening condition and turn it into a way to pick up a doctor for sport.
So 'The Mole' turned into the chocolate speck, that one was odd, couldn't she have spotted that flaw herself.
I found it mildly disturbing when Richard only got turned on when poor old Christine was suffering. As the seasons progress and we understand the type of person Richard is, we also imagine the type of husband he was and the divorce becomes more apparent. Of course Christine had a part to play in the craziness, but Richard's crazy is...
There was lots of love and lots of hate in this episode and the hate actually reflected love according to Richard.
Why did Mathew and Barb believe it was therapeutic to point out the only way to cope is if you get high on booze and burn all your boyfriend's things. That only made things worse for Richard who clearly was the opposite to 'New' Christine's then bubbly mood; as though breaking up was the best thing that ever happened to her.
Richard did have a point, having someone show no emotion towards you is worse off compared to them hating you. At least they loved...