Start a Wiki. In a phenomenal scene between Bill and Libby, she discovers that Bill has taken out a loan to keep his clinic afloat but has used the house as collateral. In the Summer ofon a family vacation, Bill and Libby meet Virginia at a lake house. So yes, here we are a year later, and Virginia is indeed with another man, just as Bill predicted.
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Libby believes that she can only be the perfect wife if she can provide a family for William. Back to IndieWire. In a galling scene, Libby washes Coral's hair, not because she necessarily believes Coral had lice, but because she wants Coral to prove her loyalty. Quote of the week "It's like those signs you see in thrift shops: you break it, you buy it" — Oh, Ethan, you old romantic, you.
Making Libby cold and unlikable feels ultimately unfair, and allows the audience to do away with some of the moral queasiness associated with rooting for infidelity, even as characters on the show, like Dr.