Shannon Miller
shannonlmiller
Feb 2
2

A Memory Wipe is not a tribute, but a memory bolstered by a moment in pop culture. But thank you for the link.

Jan 19
20

It would have to be sponsored to label it as such. Some folks just... like things that you don’t like. :-)

Jan 19
15

You’re absolutely right: Scrolling past a subject you have zero interest in and engaging in something that won’t get you worked up IS always an available option. :-)

Jan 15
3

Thomas is not the sole writer. As he has mentioned before, he writes for his own character while an all-female writers room handles the material for Matilda and Genevieve. (One of the interviews where he confirms this is linked in the review.) Of the six episodes that were viewed, five list writers other than Thomas Read more

Jan 15
1

Exactly right. Uncomfortable/off-color moments shouldn’t be wholly excluded from any art, but it really is all about balance.

Nov 22
8

Yeah, I totally get that. It took a bit of time for me to get used to the modern look, just because I so heavily associated it with the Male Gaze. But I think in this particular context, the old look is symbolic of something that Harley desperately needs to shed, so it makes sense. (But I still own the hat.)

Nov 22
14

It’s not relationship advice, nor is it detatchment. It’s an acknowledgement of the early concerns of a queer audience who may be worried that the show doesn’t fully recognize the support system that Harley has in Ivy - it does, and it’s clear. But hey, you’re sold on the show, and that’s the important part. Have a Read more

Nov 22
12

It’s presented in all its foul-mouthed, uncensored glory, as the good lord (and creators, probably) intended!

Sep 24
1

Did you not know that this was a Veep crossover? (Yes, it’s absolutely Gary Cole. Heh.)