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Early on, it was obvious that Charlie Crews' lawyer, Constance 
Griffiths, had a thing for Charlie, but he didn't respond to that at 
all, not even on the basis of, "Sorry, but I think of you as a friend."  
One time in the pilot, after that great exchange about how they were the 
only ones who understood what they had been through, she got moony-eyed 
and seemed to expect a kiss, but didn't get so much as a negative 
response out of Charlie.  So that got me wondering whether his Buddhist 
nonattachment doctrine included people as well as material objects.  My 
second guess was that he was still too hung up on his ex-wife to pay 
attention to other women in a serious way, and he wasn't going to sleep 
with a woman who was in unrequited love with him.

Then the episode before last, Charlie finally explained his response as,
"You're married."  Good response, but then a friend of mine said that 
we've known Constance (what a name) was married from early on, possibly 
the pilot.  I have no recollection of this prior to Charlie telling her,
"You're married," in the fourth episode.  Before I go scanning through 
the first three episodes looking for some scene or some line that I 
missed, can anyone confirm or deny this?

I kind of feel for Constance, but expecting more out of Charlie while 
she's married is uncool, and I'm assuming that ...

Spoiler for ep.5, "The Fallen Woman," 10/24/07:

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... her proposed move to New York isn't going to take if she's a regular
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-Micky
                                            
Patty
What does it matter whether *we* knew earlier in the series? Charlie
knew.


Patty