Ladies and gentlehumans, we are faced with a difficult decision, one which could have repercussions for generations to come. Never before have we been faced with a choice so difficult, so based on human emotion and has our community so divided: should it be Frankie or Sam?
Now, we all know that the ultimate decision as to what will happen has been made by those in the BBC. However, you and I here and now can make the moral choice; who should Cat choose? I know you will join me in voting for Frankie.
Frankie is, quite simply, the love of Cat’s life. They have a history and need to create a future.
Lest you think Team Frankie denies it, we know that she has, quite frankly (ahem) acted like a knuckle-headed toss-bag in the past. She seduced the lovely Cat away from her girlfriend just to leave. She broke Cat’s heart. You will find no denial of the facts here. May I, however, point out an important detail? During her formative years, Frankie never had a relationship of any kind with anyone; no parents, no siblings and no friends. Everyone she ever loved left her. Then she lost her heart to Cat. Can you image the terror? What would she do when Cat left her, as everyone always does? The pain would be unbearable, so she ran. Scared, lost and lonely she ran.
Now, finally, we see Frankie dealing with her issues. She is seeking out her identity in more ways than one; whose child is she, and who’s woman will she be? For she is, now finally, a woman. She knows that she uses sex to numb the pain. The pain of not having Cat.
Should she be seen to deserve our heroine, Frankie will be the passionate, attentive, fun partner Cat demands. She is Cat’s soul mate. A vote for Frankie is a vote for the heart over the head, passion over profession, heat over humdrum.
Vote Frankie; A Vote from the Heart
This is a party political broadcast for Team Sam
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank my learned friend for her input. Reading her words just reaffirms my position, Frankie can not be the one for Cat, not only do you not walk away from your girlfriend and head half way around the world without so much as a “catch ye later”, you don’t, under ANY circumstances do that to your friend, your best friend no less. Recent events have had Frankie in a desperate plea for us to see her in a better light. A few hidden stares and stolen glances can’t, however, undo the facts: She goes around feeling sorry for herself and looking for sympathy when all she needs to do is grow the hell up and stop having the emotional capacity of a child. Don’t get me wrong, I think Frankie is a good person at heart and if she sorts herself out she could be a great friend to Cat, but the love of her life? I don’t see it.
Now let’s take a look at the competition, Sam. Not only does she treat Cat with the respect she deserves, she herself is stoic yet soft, emotional yet strong. We can see, in Cat and Sam, a strong couple in the making. After a rocky start, Sam gave Cat another chance and if Frankie hadn’t come back to rock the boat, Sam and Cat would be happy as two pees in a pod. Frankie’s presence is not affecting our ladies because she is the one for Cat, no, it is her words and actions that are having such a negative effect. She is just trying to manipulate the situation so that no one else can have Cat. Similar to what she has done to Becky and Jay. Heaven forbid Jay should go off and be happy, as he was till Frankie showed up talking about the noose around his neck.
Sam and Cat have some real chemistry and I’m not just talking about in the bedroom (or office or taxi or…). They have a genuine connection. The way Sam looks at Cat is cute as a button. If you were to ask me what scene out of the whole show that made me smile the broadest, it would have to be the scene when Cat and Sam were walking up the road arm in arm. It was just gorgeous, all you had to do was look at the to see how happy they made each other.
The bottom line is that it doesn’t matter who is reliable and who is a mess, who you know the longest and who you have just met, Cat has to pick the one that lights her up inside, and unless Frankie grows up and stops acting like a petulant child, that person is Sam.