Sure, possibly. But it is also conceivable that Peter would make the same decisions he made in this past year or so if he was still married (taking a Paparazzi job, trying to find a more steady position, quitting the Bugle over principal, stepping up his role as Spider-Man, ect).Originally Posted by Mister Mets
Last edited by RDMacQ; 05-10-2009 at 11:38 AM.
Im asking for clear cut there is no tweak that makes it work without changing the fundamentals of the story.
IE the honeymoon trip.... Its a gift for them getting married. For it to work it has to be a gift for her deciding to move in with him.... that sounds dumb so it must be something they won.... now thats a different story. These are things im asking for, not times where he decides to not do something because hes married.... those are things where he can decide not to do something because hes in a committed long term relationship.
So how is your example one in which he has to be married for it to work?
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Peter specifically says it's because he's now married and isn't just responsible for himself as the reason to not take the job. That's not the same as having a live-in girlfriend. If he and MJ were just dating, they could have taken a break or tried a long-distance relationship to see how it would work out. It's not the same as being married. It was a major plot point, since Peter was debating what to do the entire issue.
What im asking for is plot points that arent easily switched. Again, The Honeymoon. The trip was given to them as a marriage gift.... how does that work now? Did they win a trip? Why would they get a vacation for moving in together?
Decisions he makes because hes married are easily switched to because hes in a committed relationship