Sometimes I forget that Hell, Inc. is basically a romcom and needs scenes where people talk about their feelings, because I can’t assume everyone is understanding everything that facial expressions are usually carrying. On the other hand, too many of those scenes just gets lazy and hacky, so maybe it’s for the best that I approach writing it the way I do?
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