Yeah, I know. It still makes Daisy seem hypocritical.>>109020564>only to make Daisy feel better
I don't know why Mike's relationship with Sandy has to be imaginary for Daisy to feel better.>(rightfully) exasperated at Mike failing to take his advice
Sure, but that's not how you're supposed to handle a situation like this. You help people out of bad relationships by showing them that they can trust you, not by acting like they're being a dumbass. He's making things worse.>actually confronting Sandy
You and I both know that Paulo's call will cause Sandy to call him, but how is Mike supposed to confront her if available knowledge to him shows that she doesn't reply to his messages?>Paulo has always made rash decisions
Doing bad things repeatedly does not make them less bad>also angry at Mike for lashing out at Daisy
Fair, but doesn't paint his actions as helpful to Mike in either intent or result.>How long has he been boiling that stream of comments he made about Daisy?
Maybe since the carnival where she tried to convince him to date her by shitting on Sandy? She also arguably pines for him all the time, although she doesn't directly ask him to date her anymore. I dunno. He's letting a lot of pent-up anger loose lately from stuff that the other characters probably stopped caring about. Which is fair, because they seldom seem to regret treating him poorly for years. Paulo's apology being a counter-example, I guess, but also fairly recent and kind of a non-factor in the plot.