Chapter 19: Collins's first proposal! Topics include Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson's divorce, this book as a murder mystery, no means no, "You're not like other girls," and Avatar: The Last Airbender.Chapter 20: The aftermath of Collins's proposal! Topics include the very first Mr. Bennet fangir
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Chapter 19: Collins's first proposal! Topics include Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson's divorce, this book as a murder mystery, no means no, "You're not like other girls," and Avatar: The Last Airbender.Chapter 20: The aftermath of Collins's proposal! Topics include the very first Mr. Bennet fangirl, Collins putting Lizzy on a pedestal, Mrs. B's nerves, Charlotte as a part of the family, and Collins's Tumblr shitposting. Study Questions:Topics include the first proposal, Fiddler on the Roof, Daddy B vs. Mrs. B, what we've learned about Collins, predictions for Collins' future (Does Mr. Bennet DIE? Does Collins marry Mary?), Lizzy's rejection, Lickham, Molly's Jingley predictions, and our dating lives.Funniest quote: "Your mother will never see you again if you do not marry Mr. Collins, and I will never see you again if you do."Questions moving forward: Is this the end of Collins?Who wins the chapter? Lizzy! Glossary of terms:Apophasis (n): the raising of an issue by claiming not to mention itDiffidence (n): modesty or shyness resulting from a lack of self-confidence.Coquetry (n): flirtatious behavior.Dig that hole and try to fill it up (v): a self defense mechanism where one says something stupid and immediately says the opposite multiple times in one paragraph.Negging (v): an act of emotional manipulation whereby a person makes a deliberate backhanded compliment or otherwise flirtatious remark to another person to undermine their confidence and increase their need of the manipulator's approval.Of course (phrase): when events follow a path laid out for them by society or law, as in: "His words are just words of course." Glossary of people:Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, Agatha Christie, Zachary Quinto, Ashley Tisdale, Donald Sutherland Like what you hear? Want exclusive content like access to Molly's notes and bonus episodes? Consider throwing a few bucks our way on our Patreon page!Want to keep up with us between episodes? Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook; or drop us a line at email@example.com!