How does a girl from Texas end up with a tendency to go after English guys? Three years and four English boyfriends later, I was left wondering the same thing.
In my defense, I'd say Gwyneth Paltrow, who recently announced her separation from Chris Martin—who, in turn, blamed the breakup on his own lack of enthusiasm for life—would probably understand the initial attraction.
She doesn't need to know the nuances behind the decision, or even that they are admittedly somewhat selfishly motivated.
All she needs to know is that the decision has been made. Elizabeth will get to that, just as soon as she finishes beating her up.
It was a very Elizabeth way to handle things, though. These new skills might come in handy in the most unexpected of places. There's also that lingering question of whether to recruit Paige into the cause. See More: 5 Bitchiest Zingers From Premiere of FX's 'Feud' In a surprise twist, the Jennings are getting a trial run with a teenage who is already recruited to the cause.
Elizabeth and Philip, played with masterful diversity by Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys, don't want their daughter Paige (Holly Taylor) to get too close to the neighbor boy Matthew (Daniel Flaherty) because quite frankly it's a risk they're not willing to take.
She's already blabbed their secret to her priest, so it probably wouldn't take much for her to reveal everything to a boyfriend, who then might tell his FBI agent father. They are defiant to a fault, so better to simply shut it down.
As would Emma Stone (who is dating Brit Andrew Garfield).
Or how about Jennifer Lawrence (and her Englishman Nicholas Hoult)?
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