BAD IS BETTER
It’s a given that Kiki shouldn’t have slept with her mom’s boyfriend. But we can’t help thinking that all three characters have become more interesting as a result of the fact that
she did. From the moment Griffin and Ava hooked up, we pretty much knew this was a doomed relationship, thanks to the baggage each brought along. And if we’re being honest, we were basically counting down to the moment when things would go south, if only so that Ava could unleash her wicked side. After all, is there anything better than watching Maura West play
Ava as a wounded bird whose always-at-the-ready talons lash out at anyone who crosses her path? As for Kiki, she’s been needing a love interest ever since Dillon broke her heart (something we’ve yet to forgive him for!), and Griffin certainly fits the bill. Thanks to all this, Kiki and Griffin’s budding relationship falls into the “so wrong, it’s right” category!
“In my defense,” said Griffin, “you’re both mega hot.”