Freddie, a socially withdrawn bank clerk and butterfly collector, decides to expand to collecting human specimens. That's where art student Miranda Grey comes in. Miranda matches wits with Freddie the icy psychopath.
You won't dare open your mouth, but you'll be screaming for her to escape!
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Did You Know?
The story makes constant reference to Shakespeare's play "The Tempest". In "The Tempest" Miranda is Prospero's daughter. Fred Clegg also refers to himself as "Ferdinand", or "Ferdie" to disguise his identity. Ferdinand is the name of Alonso's son in the play. Miranda, however, calls Fred "Caliban", who is an ugly misshapen dwarf in the play. See more
When Freddie is trying to silence Miranda when she is in the bath, the cones covering her nipples can be clearly seen. See more
Don't worry. I'll respect your every privacy.
Referenced in Serial Mom