Yes, Joanna Robinson (Vanity Fair) talked about this on her Still Watching podcast in review of the show. I can’t remember if it was episode 4 or 5 that it was brought up in.
There’s a whole thing about them stealing vaccines that’s seemingly never really referenced again or understood what those vaccines are for (sure, they’re for the camps because the GRC isn’t supplying them, but why make them a very specific plot point?). It sure feels like there was some editing there that lost some… Read more
Oh buzz off, loser. Twitch has been about live-streaming from the chat, and has been about appealing to audiences for what they’re looking like from the start. It began as a live-streaming IRL site, they added video games, and it has moved back and forth being about videogames and about chatting about art and music,… Read more
I loved the crestfallen Civil War theme after the fight with the Dora Milaje when Walker said with complete inadequacy, “They weren’t even super-soldiers.” I thought I was past the point where I could feel bad for the guy, but at that moment I was struck by the fact that everything he has tried to do since putting on… Read more
Yeah, I’m actually really surprised how well the actor was able to carry that transformation as I don’t personally think the script for it was that strong. This episode was, but the groundwork before this felt lacking. Yet the actor clearly had enough of knowledge of where it was heading to really make it work.
“You can be sexy without being sexual,” she said, “and I think that’s where a lot of people have hot tub streams confused. Are bikinis sexy? Yes. But are they sexual? No. Same with low-cut shirts. We are allowed to have unlimited cleavage. Is cleavage sexy? Yes. But is it sexual? No.” Read more