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Told Mikayla (sp?) he loves her and didn't exactly get a very amazing response/reaction.

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It's because she's never experienced love. I know exactly how she feels. When you haven't received genuine love, you don't know how to give it, or what it's supposed to feel like. It's just a hollow word.

But it seems she figured it out because she thinks she does love him.

I'm glad that she did finally kinda/sorta express her love or similar feelings to him. The way the first conversation had gone, I felt REALLY bad for poor Asher.

I did too, but I understood her reaction. She felt at a loss because she didn't know how she felt.

I thought she had a fair point- saying I love you back just because someone said it to you lacks meaning, but I was happy to see she admitted her feelings

I'm curious to find out what made her realize rather quickly that she does love him.

@thehotmess said:

I'm curious to find out what made her realize rather quickly that she does love him.

Besides that she's probably subconsciously sort of realized it all along, also intense pulling together at time of major crisis, and realizing who and what truly does matter most, and what the value of a specific relationship is, probably is what made all the difference in Mikayla's case.

@genplant29 said:

@thehotmess said:

I'm curious to find out what made her realize rather quickly that she does love him.

Besides that she's probably subconsciously sort of realized it all along, also intense pulling together at time of major crisis, and realizing who and what truly does matter most, and what the value of a specific relationship is, probably is what made all the difference in Mikayla's case.

I'm thinking maybe that Mohany guy said something and it made it all click into place for Michaela. But, I do agree with you on the fact that I think she has always known but just buries her feelings so deep that it doesn't even register to her. Like the "I like you" you scene with Asher. Even then, she wouldn't even say she liked him until he said he had to hear how she felt.

@thehotmess said:

@genplant29 said:

@thehotmess said:

I'm curious to find out what made her realize rather quickly that she does love him.

Besides that she's probably subconsciously sort of realized it all along, also intense pulling together at time of major crisis, and realizing who and what truly does matter most, and what the value of a specific relationship is, probably is what made all the difference in Mikayla's case.

I'm thinking maybe that Mohany guy said something and it made it all click into place for Michaela. But, I do agree with you on the fact that I think she has always known but just buries her feelings so deep that it doesn't even register to her. Like the "I like you" you scene with Asher. Even then, she wouldn't even say she liked him until he said he had to hear how she felt.

Oh, that's possible! I thought she'd just stood him up, but maybe they decided to part amicably because of something he said to her that made sense. Good call @thehotmess!

Asher is so funny, love the crazy comedic levity he brings to the show. I have no idea what he sees in Michaela. In fact, I can't stand anytime she's on the screen. Her character has no redeeming qualities that I can find.

I actually went to IMDb to see if anyone else had the same feeling about her character only to find out IMDb is gone.

Hopefully themovie.org site is a suitable replacement. 👋 Hi 👋

I actually liked Michaela better this season than before. Seeing her mother and a glimpse into her family life made her more sympathetic. She also seemed to realistically walk the difficult path of adjusting when friends with benefits become friends with feelings.

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