History YMMV / WhatAboutBob

26th Jul '16 5:40:45 AM gongoroth
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** Most fans seem to view Leo's family as dysfunctional, but much of the tension therein is relatively healthy. It's true that neither of the children trust their father, for instance, but their rebellion is quite understandable with regard to their age; Ana is creating emotional distance as to prepare herself for adulthood, while Sigmund is approaching adolescence with a typical amount of skepticism and anxiety. Leo and Fey, meanwhile, seem to be happily married, and the family shows definite concern for one another in moments of crisis. Arguably, the family's dysfunction is much more situational than default: when Bob enters the picture, Leo's obsessive protectiveness becomes quite apparent, and creates a sudden rift between himself and his loved ones.
7th Mar '16 1:35:37 PM amphiboly
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently the moral of the film is that you must treat your stalker with the utmost respect and hospitality, especially when your family invites him to dinner, completely against your will, and later welcomes the idea that he linger there for the rest of what is supposed to be your family vacation because, at the end of the day, he is a good person with extremely good intentions who deserves 100% positive recognition because of that, notwithstanding all the trouble he causes in driving you crazy.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: BrokenAesop: Apparently the moral of the film is that you must treat your stalker with the utmost respect and hospitality, especially when your family invites him to dinner, completely against your will, and later welcomes the idea that he linger there for the rest of what is supposed to be your family vacation because, at the end of the day, he is a good person with extremely good intentions who deserves 100% positive recognition because of that, notwithstanding all the trouble he causes in driving you crazy.
7th Mar '16 1:00:54 PM amphiboly
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently the moral of the film is that you must treat your stalker with the utmost respect and hospitality, especially when your family invites him to dinner and welcomes the idea that he linger there for the rest of what is supposed to be your family vacation, completely against your will, because at the end of the day, he is a good person with good intentions who deserves 100% positive recognition because of that, notwithstanding hall the trouble he causes in driving you crazy.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently the moral of the film is that you must treat your stalker with the utmost respect and hospitality, especially when your family invites him to dinner dinner, completely against your will, and later welcomes the idea that he linger there for the rest of what is supposed to be your family vacation, completely against your will, because vacation because, at the end of the day, he is a good person with extremely good intentions who deserves 100% positive recognition because of that, notwithstanding hall all the trouble he causes in driving you crazy.
2nd Mar '16 3:54:21 PM amphiboly
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently the moral of the film is that you must treat your stalker with the utmost respect and hospitality, especially when your family invites him to dinner and welcomes the idea that he linger there for the rest of what is supposed to be your family vacation, because at the end of the day, he is a good person with good intentions who deserves 100% positive recognition because of that, notwithstanding how much he drives you crazy.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently the moral of the film is that you must treat your stalker with the utmost respect and hospitality, especially when your family invites him to dinner and welcomes the idea that he linger there for the rest of what is supposed to be your family vacation, completely against your will, because at the end of the day, he is a good person with good intentions who deserves 100% positive recognition because of that, notwithstanding how much hall the trouble he drives causes in driving you crazy.
2nd Mar '16 3:52:30 PM amphiboly
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Apparently the moral of the film is that you must treat your stalker with the utmost respect and hospitality, especially when your family invites him to dinner and welcomes the idea that he linger there for the rest of what is supposed to be your family vacation, because at the end of the day, he is a good person with good intentions who deserves 100% positive recognition because of that, notwithstanding how much he drives you crazy.
19th Aug '15 4:44:35 PM worldbreaker
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** If one buys the AlternateCharacterInterpretation concerning Bob then him driving Leo towards the brink of insanity could be this.
29th Apr '15 10:27:08 AM lorgskyegon
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** Leo is also absolutely correct in stating that the lengths Bob goes to contact him is an amazing violation or the doctor-patient relationship.
3rd Mar '15 3:35:04 PM Ultimaneo
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** We're supposed to think that Dr. Leo telling his family to stay away from Bob is just Leo being a jerk,but think about all Bob did to reach him. Bob is a patient with multiple mental issues who repetitively lied and manipulated people to get to Leo, up to faking his own death and impersonating an officer of the law to get Leo's location (both of these things are illegal) all because Leo wasn't available to see him. This is a [[StalkerWithoutACrush stalking level of obsession]], and can be ''very'' scary.

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** We're supposed to think that Dr. Leo telling his family to stay away from Bob is just Leo being a jerk,but jerk, but think about all Bob did to reach him. Bob is a patient with multiple mental issues who repetitively lied and manipulated people to get to Leo, up to faking his own death and impersonating an officer of the law to get Leo's location (both of these things are illegal) all because Leo wasn't available to see him. This is a [[StalkerWithoutACrush stalking level of obsession]], and can be ''very'' scary.
3rd Mar '15 3:34:50 PM Ultimaneo
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** While he could have been more polite about it, his requests that his family avoid contact with Bob also applies when you think about all Bob did to reach him. Bob is a patient with multiple mental issues who repetitively lied and manipulated people to get to Leo, up to faking his own death and impersonating an officer of the law to get Leo's location (both of these things are illegal) all because Leo wasn't available to see him. This is a [[StalkerWithoutACrush stalking level of obsession]], and can be ''very'' scary.

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** While he could have been more polite about it, his requests We're supposed to think that Dr. Leo telling his family avoid contact with to stay away from Bob also applies when you is just Leo being a jerk,but think about all Bob did to reach him. Bob is a patient with multiple mental issues who repetitively lied and manipulated people to get to Leo, up to faking his own death and impersonating an officer of the law to get Leo's location (both of these things are illegal) all because Leo wasn't available to see him. This is a [[StalkerWithoutACrush stalking level of obsession]], and can be ''very'' scary.
3rd Mar '15 3:30:11 PM Ultimaneo
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** While he could have been more polite about it, his requests that his family avoid contact with Bob also applies when you think about all Bob did to reach him. Bob is a patient with multiple mental issues who repetitively lied and manipulated people to get to Leo, up to faking his own death and impersonating an officer of the law to get Leo's location (both of these things are illegal) all because Leo wasn't available to see him. This is a [[StalkerWithoutACrush stalking level of obsession]], and can be ''very'' scary.
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