Week 3 pages 111-164 Romeo & what's her name
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What are you doing under there? I've been looking all over for you.
I couldn't face you, I've been trying to avoid you.
I'm sorry, I didn't know what to do. I didn't know how to face you after everything that I put you through
Talking to Jill
How could you do that to me? And how could you hide from me after all that?
If you would've just told us the truth about the play7 in the first place we wouldn't be mad.
Telling them the truth
I'm really sorry guys I meant to tell you guys but i didn't want to disappoint you, but i did anyway.
After the show Emily tries her best to stay away from Jill and Wes because she knows that she ruined it for them. So when Wes comes toward her she hides under the table because she doesn't want him to see her. She ends up embarrassing her self and making the wrong decision once again.
Jill finally found Emily and told her how the felt about what she had done to her with the play and that what she did do was not okay and that she should have been honest with her in the first place and the play wouldn't have been messed up and Jill could have won her prize.
Wes and Jill talk to Emily about the play. I think this scene is important because it shows that is you're not honest then you could lose friends and it would be for a stupid reason. She should have just told the truth about not knowing her lines and everything would have been okay, but since she didn't and her closing friends were mad at her she learned an important lesson.
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