Though in hindsight, while it was wrong of the gang to just assume she was romantically interested in them, Stella herself could have maybe been a little clearer in her intentions, too. It was a very solid and worthwhile message that was delivered at the end. And the problem here is Lincoln and his friends. But Lori didn't care and driving away. Overall, a pretty solid story and a good introduction for a potentially great character, if the writers actually utilise her more in the future.
Be Stella My Heart This episode was okay. I also appreciated how the episode ended. Lopez and telling her about his freak outs with Stella. If a male and female character or sometimes even two same sex characters do as little as interact in the slightest, apparently the makings of an entire romantic, deep relationship are in place according to many fans. With the way they act, they act like love struct morons, since this is not the first time Lincoln and his friend interacted with a girl, let alone have one as a friend. Bobby then begins to grab a knife to cut his bodega pizza and chases the car. She also wears a wristwatch on her right hand.
I was hoping one would be up by now. She just wanted to befriend them, and despite finding it difficult due to them acting weird around her upon every interaction, she even went out of her way to get to know them one-on-one which of course, is what they misinterpreted as dates. Then, Bobby came as he throws his phone at Lori about the text he sent to her, forty days ago. After barely catching up with the bus, Lincoln discovers Stella sitting alone, and offers to sit next to her, where she immediately gets charmed by Lincoln's personality, and offers him carrot sticks on the ride to school. Meanwhile, Clyde was calling Dr. Alternatively, if anyone has a safe link to the episode, I may be able to see it sooner.
It also allowed Stella to potentially become one of the gang juries out on whether or not she sticks around. A lot of the story concentrates on the five friends competing over the aforementioned Stella, as they all believe she is hitting on them and is romantically interested, and they end up in conflict with one another. However, the sisters encouraged him to be himself, since him being himself is enough to make a good impression. Lincoln and his gang must find out who is Stella's Crush. The episode also manages to present a lot of characteristics about her in a short amount of time. Anyway, it was solid overall.
Most fandoms get this way. Her main attire consist of a white sweater, with a red star in the middle, a red collar, and red sleeves, a long black skirt, white knee-high socks with a red and blue stripe at the top, and green sneakers. Is the episode all bad, No, it's not all bad, Stella does save the episode, but even so it's not saying much of how the boys are portrayed. They gave her a fair amount of character, given this was only 11 minutes long, and the main focus was on the gang being interested in her rather than Stella herself. Christina if she even counts at all. So much expectations and yet so little result, like Brawl in the family, this episode is Flanderization at it's worst.
Appearance Stella is a tall slender girl, with tan skin, freckles, black hair that curls up at the back end with two strands of hair standing out, two pairs of eyelashes, and noticeably slanted eyes. What I found more appealing, however, was the new character herself. Just a potential love interest, and nothing more. Plot It begins where Lori and Luan was in the car, they were talking about a spinoff to Ace Savvy. . I like how she never really pursues any of the boys, and it turns out she even after any of them romantically. It was not funny seeing them act like idiots just to impress Stella.
There were some truly admirable, likeable aspects to this story, as well as some annoying, degrading properties to be found. Sure Stella is a new girl, but that is hardly an excuse to act this way. And I am also glad that Stella joins Lincoln's friend group. Overall if you can get pass the unfunny cringe worthy moments, I think you might like this, but I think I prefer to see Stella in future episodes of better treatment then this. . . .
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