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The autistic community has been waiting a long time for books, movies, and TV shows that show us as people, rather than plot devices, and while it’s slow-going, we’re gradually moving in that direction.The change in how autism and dating are portrayed onscreen is a great start.
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I’ve only had a few friends in my life who could do that, and let me tell you, it feels a million times better to have someone laugh you about your weird moments instead of tiptoeing around them.
While she’d love to see Sam date, she can also see all the terrifying pitfalls that she’s going to have to clean up after—like when Sam’s father, Doug (Michael Rapaport), drives Sam to a girl’s house so he can break in to give her chocolate-covered strawberries.
Unfortunately, and unbeknownst to Doug, that girl happens to be Sam’s therapist Julia, on whom he develops an inappropriate crush.
I don’t like the falling-in-love-with-the-therapist plotline—it’s trite—but in this context it’s also realistic.
As Sam’s dad points out, Julia is one of the few people in Sam’s life who makes him feel competent. Sam’s consuming infatuation with Julia also touches on another, rarely mentioned aspect of autism: It’s definitely possible for our obsessions to be centered around another person.
Which brings me to Paige (Jenna Boyd), Sam’s classmate and first girlfriend.