Kinsella deserves some credit for writing a subplot about a gay character coming to terms with his sexuality in The Wedding Girl.
One subplot exchanges homeless people for illegal immigrants crossing into the United States.
Meanwhile there is a subplot (of sorts) about five people who all had a role in a crooked real estate deal.
The subplot is always whether The Company will outrun her latest mood swing, which also turns out to be somehow brilliant.
But what exactly would turn psychotropic drugs like Prozac and Paxil and Zoloft into a subplot in the subprime mess?