Does Marriage Really Change a Character?

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Ha ha ha! You are absolutely right. But proper discipline is disputed. Connie deals mainly in things that can be generally agreed on without deeply bothering people. That's part of the key to her character.
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I haven't really noticed a change in Eugene when he got married. I do think though, that if Connie got married she would change. Some people don't think so, but I think it'd change her behavior and stuff. I know Jack and Joann didn't change, as they weren't major characters before their marriage really. If Whit got remarried...hmm! I don't think it'd change his character per say, but he'd probably have other priorities and responsibility because of his wife. I personally like Whit and Connie staying single. And Buck. Buck needs to stay single.
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