In light of their potentially marriage ending fight concerning the voice message he left when he thought she wasn't showing up for the political dinner, Randall and Beth are shown at key points in their relationship starting with the first time Randall ever laid eyes on her at college. That relationship exists largely on Randall's persistence as their first date, at least from Beth's perspective, was a total disaster in highlighting their fundamental differences. The one thing that Beth did not want was either to be consumed by the other and their life. The bad of their relationship is analogous to the way they share a plate of nachos, her favorite food, with Randall having been able to sweet talk his way out of every bad situation thus far, Beth feeling like that she ultimately has had to give every time. The good of their relationship is epitomized by the way they ultimately wrote their wedding vows - each who had difficulties on their own leading up to their wedding day - and the ...
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References Poetic Justice