The characters have fallen into a rhythm the last few months, and Hunter still somehow doesn’t know that his girlfriend sleeps with other people for a living. Like he’s literally driving her directly to their house. He is being paid to bring her to their door for house calls. These homes must have some really good insulation, you’d think he’d be able to hear something. Anyways.
Blood of the Rose takes it’s turn in the story by giving us some fancy foreshadowing during the montage scene. All of the participants have been dealt their hand and now they play over the course of a year, some with a stern elegance and some with absolutely no concept of a poker face.
Ms. Leading’s story may not be the focus of the Acts, but there are times where she takes the stage. In Evicted, we learn more about her, as Hunter takes a step to the side, gets a job and learns to drive. This song is from the perspective of our love interest, who at this point is becoming a main character. After she encounters Hunter she’s left to her feelings and thinks about her past, as she tries to get a perspective on her situation.