Juliette’s buddies have not been shy about sharing their disapproval over the entire Sam state of affairs on Siesta Key — particularly Chloe.
Tonight’s episode noticed Jules (nonetheless) struggling to determine issues out with Sam, and everybody’s (nonetheless) speaking about it. Their relationship was the subject of dialog at Chloe’s birthday picnic, and no quantity of sage burning might clear the air. Amanda maintains that Juliette is merely “choosing the easy route,” whereas Chloe dubbed her post-Meghan transfer “pathetic” and “embarrassing.” Ouch.
“At some point, you’ve got to grow up. There are better men than Sam Logan, and you’ve got to realize that if this relationship isn’t healthy for you, you’ve got to walk away,” Chloe advised Jules.
The very subsequent day, Juliette advised Sam that she’s bored with being “screwed over” and dropped the f-bomb: “I wanna be friends. I’m sorry.”
Realizing that his friend-zoning was no coincidence, coming only a day after hanging out with Chloe, Sam did not hesitate accountable the zen blonde.
“You’re deeply impacting my probability of getting back with Juliette. She listens to you, and you’re one of her best friends,” he advised her. “What I’m scared of is losing someone who means the world to me because of outside influence.”
“You think I have that much power?” Chloe requested. “If Juliette wants some time and space, then you need to give her some time and space. If you want to see yourself back with Juliette, don’t play the game of trying to hurt her.”
Sam then admitted that if he offers her area
and takes a mission journey to Zimbabwe, he could “lose feelings for her” and “become detached.”
Cue Chloe: “That’s narcissistic. You can’t threaten her. True love doesn’t fade in six weeks; true love never fades.”
That’s when Sam let the insults fly.
“You’re so fake and so manipulative — you meddle in relationships way too much,” he mentioned.
Chloe denied meddling and maintained that Juliette got here to her for recommendation first, including, “I don’t give unsolicited advice. I am not going to be manipulated by you. You are not the first narcissist I’ve dealt with; I’ve handled people like you before. I can be a supportive friend to Juliette, and it’s not going to stop, so get used to it.”
So did Chloe actually affect Jules? Not in response to the latter: While Juliette did mentioned say that Chloe acquired her pondering, she admitted she’s been mulling over the Sam sitch “for a while now.”
But what do you suppose? Is Chloe meddling, and was Sam proper to name her out? Or is she merely being “a supportive friend” like she says? Share your ideas, then catch an all-new Siesta Key Thursday at 9/8c.