I’ve loved Natalie Morales ever since The Middleman, which was an awesome show cancelled too soon. She made even the weirdest and silliest bits of dialogue sound convincing.
Except we don’t know what happened — they might have thought that someone did inform and simply didn’t know. We only have Charisma saying that she wasn’t informed, we don’t know why. (Also, as for Jeffrey Bell breaking the news about the 100th episode — I just realized that Jeffrey Bell was one of the executive…
There’s a lot of behind the scenes stuff that turns out to be crappy in retrospect. Charisma told the writers too late about her pregnancy, resulting in a season that had to be completely rewritten, writers (including Joss) get mad at her because of it, write her off the show in the form of a coma, but then bring her…
I actually think killing her off in the 100th episode was the best thing for it, because it made the entire episode a kind of “last hurrah” for her and it made the ending just super sad. I understand her not wanting the character to be killed, but it would have made no sense for Cordelia to come back solely for one…
Do you mean Season 5? Because they did bring her back for the 100th episode and I found her treatment in that episode to be pretty damn good.
The problem with that, however, is that nobody has come forward, even in the wake of Kai Cole’s story. I have no doubt he had affairs, which is a crappy thing to do, but that is a far cry from the sexual misconduct of Brett Ratner and Harvey Weinstein.
2. Well how come he canned Charisma Carpenter from “Angel” after she got pregnant?
Names Cisco will try out:
Considering how much WB meddled in the Justice League reshoots, I have no doubt that he was experiencing meddling even while he was trying to write Batgirl.
Except 1) Brett Ratner got canned, Joss himself left and 2) Joss had affairs, but has never been accused of “sexual misconduct.” They are two entirely different things.
Consider Phlebas is an interesting one to start with, even if it is the first Culture book. From what I understand, Use of Weapons is a much better introduction, since Consider Phlebas is from the perspective of someone not a part of the Culture.
They never say if she’s bisexual or not and that Slayer was the only woman she’s had a relationship with. (Honestly, Whedon’s shows/books have a dearth of bisexual characters.)
Alison’s videos are always awesome. And hey, now she can add this to her collection, along with the lint portrait of Dean Stockwell from a pilot episode of Ripley’s Believe It or Not that never aired.
T’Challa girlfriend, sister and mother along with the CIA started the coup when they thought him dead including trying to raise an army.
That is hollow coming from T’Challa as he is in the middle of a coup that is supported by the CIA to overthrow the legal leader of Wakanda.
Woo! I can’t think of a better project, in the wake of Black Panther, than an animated Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur. It has a super genius young girl like Shuri, plus A DINOSAUR!
Brandon Sanderson’s magic systems are all based on rules, so it makes sense that they work really well as a video game. Personally, I would love to play Mistborn as a video game — you have a limited supply of various metals which you can ingest and use throughout the game and then you restock metals at various points…
I think the real question is...
Man, I’m still trying to get published in the real world.
I do hope it’s just a temporary stop for McHale as his lovable jerk persona and comic timing seems perfect for smart scripted shows.