A game of spin the bottle prompts burning questions about love and beauty. Anne and Cole bond over their differences as Gilbert makes his way home.
Did You Know?
The episode title is a quote from George Eliot's novel 'Middlemarch' - "Certainly the determining acts of her life were not ideally beautiful. They were the mixed result of young and novel impulse struggling amidst the conditions of an imperfect social state, in which great feelings will often take the aspect of error, and great faith the aspect of illusion." See more
[in a circle blowing a feather
Ruby, this is serious. We're supposed to be studying each other's lips. I think yours are delicate and inviting.
And Tillie's are soft, even to the eye. And Jane's are shaped like a rosebud that's beginning to bloom. Mine are awful. Like the fat caterpillars that live in our old willow tree.
They do look a bit swollen.
It's my own fault. I have a terrible habit of chewing on my bottom lip when I'm thinking. The trouble is that I'm ...