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Friday, 04 January 2008


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I think Stringer tactically seduces Donnette in order to get her to visit D'Angelo more regularly. Before he begins to be seriously worried about D'Angelo, he ignores her repeatedly. So, although she may wish to insinuate herself, it doesn't seem to be something she's able to effect on her own.


You know, I think you're right -- esp. since he proceeds to ignore her again once he wins her. (I'm thinking of the dinner table conversation in Season One or Two.) I suppose it's more a matter of her wanting to be seduced, then, for protection, which is a far cry from what I wrote above.

(Damn it.)

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