Yes, but historically, men get the credit. Making it a point to make women the keeper of the power in the line is something different, thus worth pointing out.
Another good hour of television. I was imagining Yo-Yo kicking himself in the ass when the world of online gaming took off, but it's going to be a while if 300 people is their bread and butter now. I watched a couple minutes of the movie Big from 1988 and the regular game the kid was playing was so archaic, it must take a some time for the online world to catch up to even that. To think it was only 30 some odd years ago, though, and so much has changed makes this really compelling viewing even without the interesting character dynamics, but we get those, too. Not bad!
I really liked all that Marburg had to say about wise people understanding that true power descends through women. Duh. Everything descends through women. You can't have life without women. Women power! I wouldn't have been upset if we never saw those backwards speaking mutant witches ever again, to be honest, and I'm surprised at how underdeveloped Shane West's role remained all season. I suppose it's not a show to showcase a man's talents.
Is it just me, or does he look like he's running away from a revival of The Rocky Horror Picture Show? Ha!
You know SteveResin I've enjoyed your comments as you've watched this past week or so more than I did the show during its run. For me, I got bored that it was just about going back and forth in time. It didn't feel like there was a point after a while other than to go back and forth. Once it became clear that life went on and you can rebuild, I got annoyed. Your points, however, are hilarious, on point and bring out a lot of food for thought. I didn't even realize Cassie was sick in her near death scene. You're right. If that's all the virus did to folks, meh.They had it rather good as far as dying goes.
I gotta be honest, I never imagined I would be enjoying Pretty Little Liars again, but I am. Leaving behind the obnoxious and constant texts from A and letting the girls have a little time to realize what the hell has been happening to them is refreshing. It's different, sure, but that's been a long time coming. They're suffering, but all of them are attacking it differently. I like it.
I have to admit that when Cat used that "you can't or you'll lose your humanity" line on Vincent, I thought my head would explode. Did she even say that, or was it just implied with different words? It didn't matter. That's way overdone. We know it, Vincent knows it, everyone knows it. It seemed CAT didn't know it, as Vincent was the one practically begging not to get involved because he know he's on a slippery slope. Poor guy.
This is the whole reason The Tomorrow People was cancelled. Because people didn't watch it WHILE IT WAS AIRING ON THE CW. And if you wait for two seasons and then watch it on Netflix, how does that help the show to get a third season so you're not frustrated that it didn't get that third season pickup? Networks want you to watch their shows on their networks, and when you don't, they're cancelled and they sell the first and only season to Netflix to live on. Unless it's a Netflix original series, you can't really complain about it being cancelled.
Haha. I did mention the overwhelming amount of comments and how the conversation was driven by men. In fact, the first question appears truncated. We talked a bit more about how difficult it was for men, especially, to grasp why a woman who appeared to have everything -- looks, intelligence and a supposedly loving husband -- could have lost her self confidence and become so unsatisfied. I whittled it down to what you see. Like I said, I think you guys would have enjoyed listening in. She's so great and really fun to chat with.
I was using all of your direction during the interview, so if you enjoyed it, it was thanks to your many meaningful discussions. Stephanie was such a sweetheart and a lot of fun to chat with. That never transfers to the written interview, of course, but you all would have really enjoyed listening in. She does care greatly for Grace, but also sees the error of her ways. If there's going to be experimentation going on, I'm all for it with Grace and Adriana. They have the possibility to be electric! ;-) I'll try to see the fun side of it and remember it's not all about me and my serious side. Haha
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