Could be, and makes sense @Continuity. It did strike me as odd, Kiley saying that, seeing as how both Maura & Tess are... ample(?) enough ["average" seems awkward or rude in that context, to me] I do like Marua & Tess's relationship, as wacky as it may get from time-to-time. Definitely BFFs.
If the conversation changes to what Didi was needing therapy with, this could get downright mean... or juicy. I hope Kiley will be able to keep confidentiality; but considering her 'stellar' therapy ethics, I don't hold out for her to. Plus, the plot would get more interesting if someone else could lure Didi with an orgasm. But first, Kiley & Didi have to break up... which will be a minor miracle in its own right considering the torch Didi is carrying for Kiley and Kiley's inability to 'just say no'.
Thanks for the Maura truth-blurt - very funny.
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