We almost reached the end! In Chicago Party Aunt 1×07 “The Beefys” Diane’s priorities and plans collide head-on and she must choose what comes first for her while Daniel begins to live new experiences and emotions. Time for review!
Here we go!
When you have many plans in the same day, two things can happen: either you can’t really be in any of them or they are all canceled. In Chicago Party Aunt 1×07 “The Beefys” the first thing happened and for the first time I felt that my heart was not with Diane.
Seeing her ignore her son and how important it was to him that she was at that dinner with his girlfriend and his mother and father in-law for something as trivial as a party, I was extremely disappointed.
It may be the most exclusive party and something that will never be repeated, a unique occasion but it isn´t her child, it isn´t her family. Until this moment, Diane had always chosen her family over everything, even her job and admired her for it but in Chicago Party Aunt 1×07 “The Beefys” I felt that it was not like that and that she gives priority to a party above her son.
I partly understand her, that is, this party and what happens in it is something like a dream for her and who can blame us for trying to follow our dreams?
But once her son called her and realized that she was going to miss a lot of that important dinner, she should have walked away from that party.
The thing about Diane is that if she messes up she knows how to recognize it and fix it. Therefore, as soon as she saw that Mickey needed her, there was nothing more and there she was for him. That made me admire her again.
Talking about Mickey, he’s a bit of a mess but the kid has good intentions. Nothing went right for him at that important dinner in Chicago Party Aunt 1×07 “The Beefys” and I understand Kurt a lot when he begins to defend him from Gabriella’s parents but after Diane arrives everything softens and between mothers-in-law they understand each other. Something that we appreciate.
In contrast to Diane, we meet Daniel, who didn´t want to attend that boring party but he ends up immersed in it and almost ruined it without noticing. In the end, he ends up enjoying it a lot and living new experiences that, after all, is what he signed up for. We´re a bit proud of him.