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Feb 20
2

Yeah she’s probably like 11-12 in the show. It was a pre-teen “date”

Feb 20
1

Lily’s first date? I don’t watch the show anymore, but still follow along the recap sometimes but did I miss some time skips? Isn’t she like not quite 12? Its the eleventh season and she was 6 months old when she was adopted (I think).

Feb 20
1

Lily’s first date? I don’t watch the show anymore, but still follow along the recaps but did I miss some time skips? Isn’t she like not quite 12? Its the eleventh season and she was 6 months old when she was adopted (I think).

Feb 19
3

I hope the Elizabeth Holmes film still happens. That story is such a fascinating train wreck.

Feb 19
8

And all life was destroyed save for cockroaches and Recognitions.

Feb 19
7

Right. I know authors don’t usually write their own headlines, but “Tarantino-esque style meets sobering substance in the Nazi-killing grindhouse drama Hunters” is the headline on a B+/A- review. Read more

Feb 19
7

If you’re looking to avoid Jewish-American stereotypes, I advise you not to watch Mrs. Maisel.

Feb 19
15

This doesn’t exactly sound like the best show ever but it's got Carol Kane and Saul Rubinek working to fuck up Nazis so I'm in.

Feb 19
18

One of my favorite things about Inglorious Basterds is that it didn’t get bogged down in Jewish stereotype. They looked like US Army soldiers first, and they acted like soldiers. Sure, The Bear Jew entrance has a thick Brooklyn accent, but Roth’s portrayal isn’t particularly “Jewish” beyond his affinity for the Read more

Feb 19
7

Those “gefilte’d my fish” jokes sound horrible - presumably there are some Jewish people in the writer’s room. Couldn’t they go less broad in their references than that?  Although, it sounds like subtlety isn’t really the goal in any part of this, so maybe it’s all an intentional choice.