The first scene in this, the 5th episode of Wanly Florexile’s “Love is Blind”, is one of the most mysterious ones so far. Ralphie talks in the alley to a Boss Chick who has what appears to be her bodyguard (another shady looking female) about them all recently taking some type of loss. The direction their situation seems to be going in doesn’t look to be in their favor, and by examining their conversation the audience can’t really tell what’s going on. You’ll notice this about Director Florexile’s scene, setting, and dialogue techniques in this hot new drama, and it will become one of the main things to have you looking forward to the next episodes of the show.
Episode 5 of “Love is Blind” is one where we also get a closer look into the lives of the main characters, young Haitian Robert and his love the Pakistani girl Fatimah. We finally get to see the results of Robert doing all of that studying, for example. Of course, you remember the episode when Robert and his buddy G Money sat at the table and chit-chatted about he and Fatimah’s relationship. Who was in the front of his laptop concentrating on his homework? Robert’s mom would have been so proud to see her son in action in the classroom in this episode!
The teacher Mr. Walker, walked into a rowdy classroom, one with kids on cell phones, sleeping at their desks, and had written “(blank) the teacher” on the board. For the sake of the family-friendly audience here on Examiner, I will not tell you the curse words that were used – if you want to find out you can view the newest episode of YouTube’s “Love is Blind”, the awesome new drama by Wanly Florexile. What I will tell you is that Robert does not get the respect he deserves from jealous classmates who are envious because the very smart Haitian young man got the question right that the teacher asked.
The other main character, Fatimah, finally seems as if she I going to eventually speak up to her parents, judging by the way she is expressing herself to Robert about how she feels about being forced into a planned marriage. Her parents, though, sit on the couch in one scene in this episode, and argue about the smallest things. This should prove to them that it doesn’t matter whether or not a couple is of the same race (such as they are), and that there will always be a little arguing in a relationship.
This episode is one where the characters are beginning to round out, and we, the audience, begin to realize what each of them is all about even more. Oh yeah, before I go, remember the two thieves who were harassing the Pakistani couple (who happened to be Fatimah’s parents) in Episode 1? You know, the ones that stole those fly jeans from the store? Oh, man…you are going to cry laughing when you see what happens to them in this, Episode 5 of “Love is Blind”.