Watching a TV show written by well-paid writers. TWICE tonight characters have said, "Between you and I." (Okay, with ONE it might be just a character who doesn't speak well. But there were two, and they were both attorneys, presumably educated. I think it's the writer, not the characters, who doesn't know how to talk.)
I understand that I'm approaching a very slippery slope, and if I keep getting cranky about things like that, I will pitch over that precipice and slide down to the bottom where I will become one of those who mutters and takes photos of signs with inappropriate apostrophes and posting them on Pinterest with scathing captions.
But really. Did no one on that TV set, esp the expensive writers, hear something off about "between you and I?"
If they'd pay me, I'd check their grammar. Heck, I'd do it for free.
Alicia walking up to the edge and peering over and thinking it doesn't look that steep