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It just seems like a really shitty thing to do, folks.Speaking of awful people, after the sleepover, Darcy asks Rachel whether she should go through with marrying Dex. Which, luckily for Rachel, makes all cheating a-okay! Rachel dishes to Ethan, who gets really frustrated that she’s not winning in the man-contest against Darcy.But no, he is interrupted by a badminton racket to the face.But then Dex says that, unfortunately, his spine got lost in the mail so he’s going to go ahead and marry the woman he doesn’t love. Heartbroken, Rachel runs off to join Ethan in London.
Dexter and Rachel share some mushy dialogue in Rachel’s apartment, they kiss, then Darcy shows up with some big news.This seems like a real moment between friends, which leads us to our next big question about this movie (and others like it): is this whole “childhood frenemies who stay super close throughout the years” a real thing?In our experiences, someone may have a toxic friend in their life as a child, but when they grow up they realize that their friend is awful and they distance themselves.Rachel is rightly upset, so when they all go to the (apparently only) bar, she pulls Dex aside and tells him that if he really cares about her he needs to end it with Darcy. Actually Rachel engages in a sexy-dance competition with Darcy that ends in Rachel pulling a groin muscle.
So, let’s parse what this particular scene might be telling us, as ladies who base their life choices off of rom-coms: Back in New York City, Dex sends Rachel flowers to apologize and then proposes that they spend the day together on the Fourth of July to figure things out.Do people in real life really go on pretending that they’re BFFs with someone they resent as much as Rachel resents Darcy?And then do they use that resentment to excuse their betrayal of said friend?We finally get the big confrontation, that ends with Darcy saying that she’ll never talk to Rachel again and storming out.