"When he's particularly outrageous she forgives him. In fact, I'm inclined to think she loves him...."
See in text (Part VI)
Judy’s relationship with the man she eventually marries is an example of situational irony, irony that is created by the difference between what one would expect to happen and what actually happens. Ironically, Judy’s husband treats her the way she once treated Dexter.
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