Patient: P.S. I Love Your Daughter
Legal Guardian: Playwright Gary Cobin
Insurance: PagePay Plus
Diagnosis: daddy's girl
The patient's protagonist had me hooked by first beer, cheers. The comedic character's really hit the spot. I was giggling like a tickled babe. Unfortunately, when the patient reached their plot's revelations, it really handicapped itself with a flat delivery. The writing did not reach a believable standard when it needed it most. Rx of 1000mg Chortles will be prescribed. The story survives until the end, but I was surprised by the shift in dialogue quality. In addition, Paul's character was way too dude, especially to his daughter. I understand he was a poor father, but he's still someone's father. Wasn't he head of the company as well? Is a sargeant's behavior on the same level as his cadets? The story gets its zingers and all the boys figure out what to do. P.S. Derek's an idiot.