Remembering that point Joey got plot too emotionally invested in Small Girls on Chums

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The fresh Small Girls trailer has the records superhighway abuzz, giddy with pleasure for Saoirse Ronan‘s grasp on aspiring creator Jo, Timothee Chalamet‘s swoony turn as Laurie, and its general lusciousness of Greta Gerwig‘s approaching adaptation.

But before you birth arguing over whether or no longer Amy is the worst (she is), let’s throw it again to a Small Girls fan of the 1990s — one Joey Tribbiani on Chums.

In the 13th episode of season Three, “The One The build Monica and Richard are Chums,” Joey discovers the fun — and heartbreak — of Louisa May per chance perhaps presumably Alcott’s traditional fresh. When he convinces Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) to read The Sparkling, he agrees to read Small Girls in alternate and swiftly falls in cherish with the characters. And don’t pain, he’s moreover team #Amysucks — to cite, Joey, “Amy correct burned Jo’s manuscript, I don’t witness how he may per chance per chance moreover ever forgive her.” So shut, Joey, so shut.

After he by likelihood spoils the ending of The Sparkling, Rachel retaliates by revealing that [***SPOILER ALERT***] Jo refuses Laurie’s proposal (cry! #StillShipIt). Then, she drops the perfect bomb of all: Beth dies.

To guard Joey, she lies and says she made that up to hurt him, but by episode’s dwell Joey has read far enough to be taught the unhappy truth — Beth never had a giant gamble.

We procure it, Joey. We’re smooth no longer over it either — presumably it’s easiest we correct build the ebook (and the trailer) in the fridge.

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