Whitley never actually fights Dwayne for Bunny and leaves without it (hey, I don’t think Bunny was ever given a sexual orientation.
I even wonder why Horne was not upset about either of the offensive remarks posted above as she read the script–certainly some of these things would offend her (and yet recently, Janet Jackson’s bare breast at the Super Bowl Halftime Show shocked the hell out of Horne.
From me, you’ll get no comment.) Because if Whitley knew about Light Egyptian, wouldn’t she know that it was a pancake base instead of, say, an over-the-counter blush?
Midway through the sixth season she dates Ron (behind and not behind Kim’s back), elevating her with Whitley for “Most Despised Female Character–.” And this is where the fun begins.
According to TVTome.com, the site says that “Freddie apparently loses her virginity to Ron during the storm” in “In the Eye of the Storm.” I concur. Freddie: Ron, this is just between you and me, right? A Different World: That’s the Trouble With You All – TV Tome I’m guessing this is where I should start with this timeline.
Freddie, to me, is more of the antithesis to Whitley.
Both are prudes, but while Whitley is the bitchy-as-hell prude that eventually gets a hangup on Jullian, Byron (question if she ever really loved him here) and Dwayne, Freddie is the clumsy-and-naive-as-hell prude that gets hangups on Dwayne and Shazza and Ron.
She probably thinks that despite Dwayne’s “affair” with Lisa, the teacher from Avery (a direct cause of the dissolved engagement), she is also to blame for their breakup, as Dwayne mentions (especially in “Kiss You Back” and the first “Save”) that Whitley was a bit too demanding prior to their engagement party. “Really Gross Anatomy.” The subplot of what actually is about Kim’s fears of cutting open a cadaver as well as a directorial opportunity for Jasmine Guy, Whitley leaves to go to a gallery opening in New York.
She wants to take Bunny with her; Dwayne wants Bunny to stay in their apartment because he that Whitley will be stupid enough to take the stuffed animal everywhere she goes.
Maybe their relationship inspired the Star Trek ripoff they called the future in (finally got this on tape!
) “For Whom the Jingle Bell Tolls.” That’s the scene when the “Free Spirit” of the Future, Jaleesa, kicks Whitley in her proverbial balls again by showing Whitley a married Freddie and Dwayne celebrating Christmas with the majority of the regular cast and some extras with bad Freddie(!
) that said explicitly about their first time, and I assumed that they did it for the Freddie: The hurricane has moved on! THEN, in “21 Candles,” Whitley has a dinner date with the picture of Denzel Washington. )” 2) While drinking her rum & Coke, Freddie knocks the umbrella out of her drink before telling Whitley to tell her woes to Freddie and Kim.