Guess I was projecting on that one
Guess I was projecting on that one
I’m not asking Biagio to accept Bella. I wish Bella had realized he doesn’t accept her before flying down there. I said, flip the genders and you’ll see it was right for Biagio to lock her out. But again...gun violence against women is real. Yes, she had to go, but “the gun was a lot.”
i think if he’d just… Read more
You do know Arabella is not superhuman and cannot actually break a door down, right? She was already outside of the apartment. He escalated the situation. What she did wasn’t right, but that’s why him locking her out was absolutely fine. Pulling a gun on a woman who is not armed and is locked on the other side of a… Read more
I am 100% sure.
There was no penetration. I’m not sure how much you know about anal sex, but Kwame would’ve been bleeding/unable to walk if he’d been penetrated without lube in that moment. Also, I promise I’m right.
You’re right, it was a bachelorette party!
I’m so happy someone caught this.
Exactly! Andrew sees it and it’s aggravating Molly doesn’t see it.
...I am sure Lawrence is lovely as a person and if I knew him in real life, I would think he was great, but like, we’re judging him as a character on a TV show and his ability to carry a plot or move the show forward. Not like, just how decent he is. Lawrence’s very decent storylines are just that: decent.
I am pointing out that this is a criticism others have had and the show seems to be addressing it, so maybe you should share those thoughts with someone who has also had that criticism.
Personally, I thought Ahmal’s homosexuality was realistic: most gay people aren’t constantly making it a point to say they’re gay, but… Read more
I didn’t say it was new. I said, previously, his homosexuality was mostly in the subtext. They showed a boyfriend, but it was never really directly addressed and a lot of viewers felt it was a moment where Insecure could’ve fixed some of the homophobia that was rampant in the Jared/Molly storyline with a real,… Read more
It’s in English, Russian, Zulu, Afrikaans, and Swahili. They move between a lot of countries. It has subtitles.
It’s just a hashtag, there’s no award show or trophy you get just for sharing a story about how you love your daughter in the face of a tragedy where a man who loved his daughters died with one of them. i think people are just like...expressing their emotions.
I guess it’s just Shane and me then
I understand and know the tradition, but I also understand hot muscular men who aren’t wearing shirts
Over-enunciating is a common tactic trans women use to make sure their voices don’t get them clocked, though. It feels like a performance, because, in a way, it is: it’s carefully crafted over-enunciation. Elektra sounds like a lot of my trans femme friends. I’ve heard a lot of people criticize Elektra’s delivery, but… Read more
Black women are having these conversations on twitter, on their own TV shows...like I said, it might feel raw if you aren’t that familiar with black women. But, yknow, the “cheating black husband/suffering wife” narrative took off after Lemonade. It’s been done and here we just get it again, but more guarded.
also it’s hard to feel the warmth between Jerrod and any of the women when you literally don’t know their names or how they’re related to him! We only know his mom!
I didn’t and he doesn’t. It has as much impact in the special as it does written out here. That seems to be the only part twitter felt was meme-worthy, so it’s hardly a spoiler.