Chapter 2: The polite chapter! Darcy brings Georgie to meet Lizzy at long last. We learn that Wickham left many debts. Lizzy feels gratitude toward Darcy. Highlights include Darcy as a vampire, Wickham is not a snacc, a heated conversation about goatees, the enemies-to-lovers trope.Chapter 3: The pe
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Chapter 2: The polite chapter! Darcy brings Georgie to meet Lizzy at long last. We learn that Wickham left many debts. Lizzy feels gratitude toward Darcy. Highlights include Darcy as a vampire, Wickham is not a snacc, a heated conversation about goatees, the enemies-to-lovers trope.Chapter 3: The petty chapter! Caroline Bingley? The bitch is back. Lizzy visits Pemberley, where the Bingley sisters unfortunately are staying. Highlights include an ineffective bitch, some strong opinions on vegemite and marmite, Molly's caviar experience, and Darcy the PROUD RUMP.Study Questions: Topics discussed include what we've learned about Georgie, how the Bingleys have shifted in the narrative, New Darcy TM: Reformed Proud Rump, Lizzy's love status, whether Lizzy is an unreliable narrator, and the timelessness of falling in love.Funniest Quote: "She expected every moment that some of the gentlemen would enter the room. She wished, she feared, that the master of the house might be among them, and whether she wished or feared it most, she could scarcely determine."Questions Moving Forward: What's going to happen at dinner? What's going to happen with Georgie? Will we see Wickham again?Who wins the chapters? Georgie!Glossary of Terms and Phrases:complaisance (n): affabilityimpute (v): to lay the responsibility or blame, often falsely or unjustly (NOTE: this is a different definition than what we use in the episode!)acrimony (n): bitterness, or ill-feelingGlossary of People, Places, and Things: Bridget Jones's Diary; 10 Things I Hate About You; Friends; Red, White, and Royal Blue; Carry On; Twilight; Lord of the Rings; Orlando Bloom; the "growth" meme; "I bet you thought you'd seen the last of me."