I think IRL the only justification for expecting a friend to limit your friendship with another friend would be if you knew for a fact that friend #2 had behaved very badly to and hurt friend #1 grievously. Does that make sense? In other words, if friends #1 and #2 are both responsible for their enmity, neither has…
I watch all the Housewives franchise shows, and the theme of “loyalty” among friends seems to be a common denominator. It feels like middle school, but more ridiculous because these are grown ass women with careers and families, and who have real life problems, and should know better than this.
Nene is tired. Tired from trying to care for her sick husband—and her act as a housewife is tired. She’s lost any sense of humor about herself, or the inherent ridiculousness of these shows. She is no longer very fun to watch & the drama she cooks up is uninspiring.
If you take on the burden, and that is what it seems to be, of being Nene’s friend, as Cynthia has done, don’t pretend like you don’t know she is mean and self-centered and expects fealty and, in this case, at least a head’s up that Kenya may be at the party.
Nene has been so obnoxious this season. I understand that she’s going through something with Gregg, but instead of being honest and forthright about that, so makes everyone else bow down to her problems. She hasn’t been a good friend.
For real, though, this is gonna be really bittersweet. This is it, the Infinity Saga, a 22-episode epic that has shown the fullest potential of good long-term writing as well as individual character development, all with budgets and revenues that can sustain at most three third-world countries. And now it ends (Far…
In a different Marvel article on AV Club (I think) someone commented that Thor worked really well with the GOTG and he should replace Quill as the leader. I am behind that idea 100%.
It will end by Flerken eating Thanos.
Thank you for this! I’m a Housewives addict (every damn franchise!) and it’s been interesting to me to see how much negative feedback Tanya’s received in some of the reality TV blog sites I read. I don’t get why anyone wouldn’t like her, because she seems genuine and caring towards others on the show.
I think they did a great job casting Tanya and Shamari this season after the last few seasons of negativity and hatefulness from the cast. They’ve definitely lightened things up. I like that Tanya held her own against Nene by making rational points, even if she tried to bring it up one too many times. Nene is an awful…
I like Tanya on Housewives of Atlanta. They have got to get rid of that horrible Marlo. She’s awful!
It frightens me how much I relate to Yui and her petty savagery.
(Not) hot take: Yui was the worst.
The true threat for Season 3 is 80's fashion. Damn, I do NOT miss that decade.
I don’t know if he need an equal costar (I could watch a full feature length film about Thor and his roommate Darryl), but he does need someone he can bounce off of comedically to achieve his full potential. Natalie Portman was not that.
Chris Pine the new edgy Starlord!
Considering how infuriating a character Star-Lord is, I’m hoping we don’t see Pratt at any point of the film, even when they are all inevitably brought back.
I didn’t watch the last portion because...RHBH...I mean I was reading a really important book!
I started watching for the first time tonight and that guy rapping and locking down the first rose gave me all I need to be hooked forever.