Peter never seems satisfied and is always searching for his dream job. He’s always coming up with ways to make alot of money without working very hard. The cubicle just isn’t for him. He knows he is much more creative than this.
Betty has never married and lives alone in the city. She sends buddhist quotes to her co-workers each day, but she seems to be suffering deeply with discontent and disbelief with how other people behave.
Tina’s mother was so depressed and angry. She pushed Tina’s father out of the house and out of there lives. She really didn’t get the chance to know him until she was 18 when she could drive to him. Then he died of colon cancer just when she was getting to know how great he was.
Lack of love when Al was a child left him feeling insignificant and with poor self-esteem.
He grew up to make other people feel insignificant and stole there self-esteem so that he could feel better about himself.
Kimberley endures the abuse and keeps up the charade of a happy home. She shields the kids from him and provides enough love. They all are relieved when he leaves the house each day and are nervous again when he returns.
In 2010, Rosemary admits that she is very bitter about her divorce. It has given her a lot of anger and frustration that she’s been trying to work through. She warns people of her anger issues and says her divorce was in 1973.