how dare you… come into my house….
and attack me with this???
Frank can’t cook a lot of things but
he’s the best at cooking breakfast. His eggs, especially his
scrambled or his fried eggs, are Karen’s favorite thing to eat in the
morning. He doesn’t even have to ask what she wants for breakfast,
he’s just already making them when she comes out of the shower from
getting ready for the day.
Karen doesn’t mind when she wakes up in
the middle of the night and Frank has one arm wrapped tightly around
her and one arm under his pillow and the smell of gunpowder is so
strong she knows that even after her shower in the morning, she’s
still going to smell like gunpowder. She does, however, mind the
blood stains on her pillow.
Frank has known for a long time that
he’s hopelessly whipped but the first time Karen actually realizes it
is when she gets sick. Despite being sore and exhausted, Frank stops
at nothing to take care of her.
Frank is really good at impressions,
has mentioned in the show, but he goes out of his way to do them for
Karen. He practices and practices with her favorite characters
(particularly Bugs Bunny) and can even do Foggy and Matt. Whenever
she’s upset with them and she rants to Frank about it, he repeats
what she said they said to her in exaggerated versions of their
voices. It gets to a point where she has to yell at him to stop
because she’s trying to be
angry and he keeps making her laugh.
Frank is the first person that Karen
tells about shooting Wesley. He forces it out of her when she wakes
up for the fifth night in a row covered in sweat. She can’t look at
him for hours after she tells him and he doesn’t force her to look at
her or say anything until she’s ready. They fall back asleep and she
doesn’t wake up after a nightmare again.
During their date nights (every
Thursday), Frank has a habit of staring at her during the movie. He
doesn’t really pay attention, he just likes to look at her. Karen
notices, but she doesn’t say anything. He sets her skin on fire and
she lets him completely get away with it.
Karens the one who suggests getting
married and even though Frank agrees, Karen can tell he has a problem
with the fact that she’s the one who asked. She lets it go for a
while until Frank proposes one morning over his famous eggs, complete
with a ring and a beautiful speech. It brings Karen to tears – and
there’s a few tears shed by Frank too. But if you ask him about it,
he will deny it.