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Mar-27-11, 09:31 AM (CST)|
1. "RE: Teddy's character"|
In response to message #0
I think Ted did face a challenge of his own, though it was more low-key in this book than the hero's challenges have been in other books. Really, I think Ted was struggling with the same problem Kenny suffered from in Lady Be Good: the whole town pigeonholed him and took horrible advantage of him by forcing him into a role he didn't necessarily want. (I was particularly upset with Emma in CMI for this reason: that she didn't make more of an effort to defend Ted against it bothers me.)|
I think I did want a big, splashy scene where Ted finally realized that he needed to stand up for himself against the Wynette mafia, but I can believe that it wasn't in character for anyone.
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