“I think it’s going to be the most good looking baby ever,” she says with a laugh. I actually would urge the audience to make those composites.We so want a Wes baby.” Also, during Thursday’s flash forward, it was revealed that Asher (Matt Mc Gorry) is not under the sheet.“There’s a lot of things we don’t show on the show sometimes, so everything’s up for grabs until we actually do a DNA test, I guess, or we tell you specifically.I won’t lie to you once we tell you.” For her part, Souza seems to be in the Wes camp.Carol Boyd Leon paints a sociological portrait of America as it was 100 years ago, when technology was meager, financial ruin was one downturn away, war was ongoing in Europe, and the choices that Americans have come to expect—in their cars, clothes, food, and homes—were preceded by a monotonous consumer economy.
“They’re in their honeymoon bubble, as we will see.” “It’s a new thing, they’re just kind of protecting it,” Enoch adds. “We don’t know how pregnant she is in that flash forward,” Nowalk says.Americans eat 57 pounds of chicken, compared to just 1.5 pounds of lard.But Americans, gluttons to their core, have replaced fat’s flavor with something even worse: Their sugar intake has jumped from 88 to 130 pounds in the last 100 years."The business of America is farming business," one might have said in 1915, but industrialization was slowly removing the “farming” part.Since the term applies to a group of youngish people who hang out together, their invention required an insulated environment where teens could behave, well, teenagery.Teens didn’t create "high school." High schools created “teenagers."As the U. economy shifted from a disparate agrarian society to a mass production machine, families relocated closer to cities and, at least initially, many sent their children to work.