"She will never learn the most necessary, most difficult and principal thing in music, that is time, because from childhood she has designedly cultivated the habit of ignoring the beat." Letter to Leopold Mozart (24 October 1777)
is in love with Zoe, despite his never having said, “I love you” to her until after he asked her to marry him and before she begged him.
In this second part to the Thomas proposes in front of everyone to show how much he adores, loves and wants to marry Zoe.
You might think that Zoe would know that Thomas is a seriously manipulative, completely selfish man, ,who cannot said to be sadistic toward his son, Hope or even Zoe as much as he is delusional for thinking, “What is best for Thomas Forrester is best for the lives of everyone affected, which included, Douglas, Zoe, Liam and Steffy.
In his battle to win Hope Logan’s love, Thomas Forrester is using his son Douglas and his coworker Zoe in selfish, entitled and manipulative ways.
Surprisingly enough: the friend of Thomas, Vinny, is a good man who knows that Thomas using his child, Douglas, while additionally using another person’s feelings, the graceful Zoe, to “win” the love of somebody who probably doesn’t even love you anyway, in this case Hope Logan, is wrong. A good friend tells the person doing the wrong thing to stop it, risking the friendship itself for the advantage of a child and a lied-to love interest.