>>111034505>There wasn’t a single time she came back and apologized for her actions
Rewatch the spa episode. She also spent the whole show doing nothing but coming back to Donald and even on her supposed date with Dapper was more interested in catching Donald's attention than the guy on her arm.>Again, Donald’s frustration against Panchito and Jose only came out in little snaps of anti-social moodiness.
Except when he chopped up his burned up house, mangled some kid's hair, tried then recanted on abandoning his friends to the minotaur, trashing a restaurant, didn't sing in goblin jail where he shoved Panchito's face into the food, blamed everyone in the wrestling match for being to loud, and ripped apart a pillow in rage. Left all that out which goes far past a little anti-social. >Daisy went into full on tantrum mode whenever Donald did something she thought was out of line.
Technically all she did was yell at him and hurt his feelings for pointing out his flaws. She never hit Donald or wrecked stuff. And from her point of view Donald was out of line for standing her up at their date, not picking her up from the station, or being rude on their second date.>That was actually the biggest criticism of the Spa episode, that Daisy didn’t have to learn anything
It was handled poorly, I agree. She did say she was sorry for how she acted, but without showing the same thing Donald went through in the spring it carried less impact. She only had an episode after that, but she did stop yelling at him and happily helped during the Apocalypse with no issue.>while Daisy didn’t even try to make the connection with him to figure put what was going on with his life.
She did. That was the whole point of their romantic date Donald refused to open up. She can't connect when he acts evasive and hangs out with weirdos all the time>last
Daisy's perspective remembers events as she interprets them, still the one narrative. Daisy did things but she had reasons.