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All That Glitters

23.12.2021

Beau using Gisselle as an identical bedwarmer isn't romantic; it's offputting. Where's the torment, anguish, and longing?

Where's the burning and yearning? He got a Ruby look-alike, sex, he's a trust fund kid, and he's pretty. Oh yeah, and he's also the orchestrator of what has to be the dumbest, cruelest, most selfish plans in the history of existence. Ten seconds after Gisselle fell into a coma from a mosquito seeking revenge Beau was on the phone telling Ruby about switching places.

Beau told Ruby that her sister was in a coma and that now they could be together in the same breath. What about the vows, man? In sickness and in health meant nothing. Sure, Gisselle was a biotch, but Beau knew her for years, they dated, they slept in the same bed together, and he couldn't muster up a damn to give about her in a coma?

If there were a shred of decency between Beau and Ruby, then they would've done their charade and taken care of Gisselle, too, instead of saddling Paul with her. How hard would it have been to say that Gisselle was taking in her ill sister and niece?

The thing is, there was nothing outside of Beau and Ruby's selfishness and their unconvincing love story that supported this switch.

It wasn't as if Gisselle was such a vital part of the community where her presence was essential. All it did was make Ruby and Beau insufferable and hard to root for in the slightest.

Little Pearl was growing up under the illusion that Paul was her father, and suddenly she's calling Beau "daddy. Paul lost his family, which was the precise thing he told Ruby he was afraid of in the first place, and he went utterly mad. It's no wonder he convinced himself that Gisselle was Ruby until the day she died. And Ruby, who used to be a caring person who expressed concern even for her monstrous sister, suddenly didn't give two craps about her and keeping up with what was happening back in the Bayou.

Hell, you'd think the lifelong guilt from the curse she had placed on Gisselle would bring about something. Instead, Ruby lost herself in playing the role of Gisselle and was a total Rubzilla.

Even Beau got sick of her pulling off the act too well. She got lost in the identity, and sadly, even with the return of her Greenhouse BFF who she didn't even ask questions or catch up withshe never bounced back from it even after her redeeming moment.

The lack of real care when Ruby and Beau attended the funeral was a sinking point. Beau was blase and barely seemed to have a conscience, and Ruby wasn't nearly concerned enough about Paul losing his mind. Perhaps if she had checked in with him more instead of living her happy life, then he wouldn't have gotten as bad. For him to convince himself that Gisselle was Ruby, it would've taken time a limited communication.

The great lengths they went to convince people of this switch should've bitten them in the ass. They had it coming. Ruby and Beau's paperwork is what backfired on them. It's absurd that they didn't see it coming. On paper, Gladys had every right to take Pearl. It was hilarious that they slipped in that bit about DNA evidence to remind us why it All That Glitters a simple blood test to take to determine maternity and paternity.

And for a bit, I thought they'd get extra creative, and Ruby would have to paint a portrait in the middle of the courtroom and rundown some random facts only the Swamp folks would know to prove her identity.

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