>>122733392>it's pretty fucking creepy that people didn't just outright slap Scott and be like "Uh dude that's fucking gross, stop."
Despite the fact that I think people had more tolerance for those sorts of things in the late 90s/early 00s, he did get some pushback from people like Kim, Stacey, and Wallace, especially in the movie.
However, as bad as an experience that it was for Knives, I think it definitely was key for her growth as a person. Her journey towards a sense of confidence and self-acceptance, while a bit rushed in the movie, was a component of the story as much as Scott and Ramona's.>Kim was best girl and Scott did her really dirty, that cute blonde girl that comes in towards the end (It's been awhile since i've read it so I don't remember her name) was better endgame.
Yeah, I think there was definitely more of an interesting dynamic with Lisa and Kim than Scott had with Ramona. That said, I think Lisa is better off chasing her dream in Hollywood and Kim is finding herself than dating Scott.