Chapter 1: Jane receives a letter from Caroline confirming all our fears. Highlights include friendzoning, furniture, foreshadowing, (gonna have to break this stream of F words) taking a compliment, being led on, Baby D, Molly's crush on Daddy B, and a suspicion about Wickham and Darcy.Chapter 2: Ch
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Chapter 1: Jane receives a letter from Caroline confirming all our fears. Highlights include friendzoning, furniture, foreshadowing, (gonna have to break this stream of F words) taking a compliment, being led on, Baby D, Molly's crush on Daddy B, and a suspicion about Wickham and Darcy.Chapter 2: Christmas time! Collins finally leaves and we get some aunt/niece gossip time. Highlights include sexist floof, Mrs. Gardiner, "violently in love," LEAVING LONGBOURN, Fitzwilliam Darcy (???), and what Molly's face looks like when she finishes this chapter.Chapter 3: A warning against Wickham. Jane leaves for London, Charlotte comes to say goodbye and Lizzy promises to come to Hunsford. Highlights include the Economics of Dating in Jane Austen TM, bitchcrackers, letters getting lost in the mail, Jane Austen in a rocking chair, Jane ALMOST sensing duplicity on Caroline's part, and a NEW LOVER for Wickham.Chapter 4: Two months fly by, and Lizzy goes to visit Jane. Lizzy and Mrs. Gardiner spill the tea to each other, and Lizzy gets invited on a summer hike. Highlights include an argument over a common saying, a big ol' dad joke, an unrealistic goodbye, April (???) , and Molly's Carrie Fisher impression.Please let us know if you say "distance makes the heart grow fonder," or "absence makes the heart grow fonder."Study questions: Topics include the transition into Volume the Second, the loss of Bingley and Wickham as suitors, Mrs. Gardiner, Wickham marrying up, gender expectations in this time period, traveling away from Longbourn, predictions about Hunsford (Baby de Bourgh, Charlotte, and DARCY??), and a RIP Jingley montage.Funniest quote: "There are few people whom I really love, and still fewer of whom I think well." -LizzyQuestions moving forward: Will we ever see Caroline again? Will we see Darcy at Hunsford?Who wills the chapter? Mrs. Gardiner!Glossary of people, places, and things: Ryan Gosling, Francis DavisonWant to keep up with us in between shows? Check out our Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Curious how you can help out the show? Hit us up on Patreon for exclusive content!