THE RETURN TRIP – Episode 196
…“Deke McKinney,” she is sure to identify the concerned parties, “take your hands off me!”…
“Thank you Deke, you make everything happen just like that.” This was her opening to move in closer, for a comfy viewing angle and an excusable snuggle. He does not see any harm in this move, in fact he prefers Susannah’s proximity for a movie showing to Gus, who doesn’t have great smelling hair… or great smelling anything.
About an hour into the movie, a nomadic vampire decides he will hunt Bella for sport and at their first confrontation, Susannah is startled and lets-loose shrieks of horror, acting like she is being attacked; she takes it way over the top and provokes Deke into trying to cajole her.
“Deke McKinney,” she is sure to identify the concerned parties, “take your hands off my bra!” She exposes more than the straps of her Victoria Secret push-up for him to see. She syncs her actions to what’s happening on the 60” screen, with Edward Cullen exposing Bella’s neck for a midnight munch.
Deke thinks she is merely acting out, like when there out riding horses and she takes off and hides in the bushes.
At the point of Twilight when Bella is seriously wounded by James and Edward kills James, she unleashes a bloodcurdling scream, while exposing the breast closest to Deke, who is starting to get freaked.
“Settle down Susannah, whoah, let me help you with your shirt.”
“Take your hands off of me; I’m not ready for sex!”
“Don’t be afraid, I won’t hurt you!”
“That’s what you said the last time,” she tells him as she reaches for her phone (to hang up on the surreptitious call), pretending to check the time after the movie ends. “Can you take me back to my hotel now Deke? Thank you for the great time.”
The poor stiff stands there still baffled by what he had just witnessed. She has always been a bit off-the-wall, but this act was borderline bizarre.
“Sure, no problem, I will give you some shorts and a highly collectible King Ranch t-shirt. Don’t forget you’re dress and shoes.” Even in the face of a fickle female, Deke McKinney’s good character is on display.