How are we supposed to feel about Stan Zbornak? Is he a lovable goof? A soul mate for Dorothy, and this is a will-they-won’t-they as heated as Sam and Diane? (Yes, I know they get back together briefly, later.) Here is what Stan’s got going for him. He’s tall. (Obviously they cast someone taller that […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 8: ‘Brotherly Love’ or the deal with Stan, what is it?"
This was early in March. During the next three months there was much secret activity. Rose Nyland’s speech had given to the more intelligent animals on the farm a completely new outlook on life. They did not know when the Rebellion predicted by Rose would take place, they had no reason for thinking that it […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 2: “One For the Money” reviewed by George Orwell"
Romance is a falsehood, only pain and suffering provides us with the human experience. However, the mother stares grimly at the daughter, a grown woman enveloped in the stink of her own loneliness. The mother offers her a metaphorical teat: she is trying to purchase a date for her daughter to the big banquet. […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 22; “Diamond In the Rough” as Reviewed By Lars Von Trier"
Sophia, this eldest daughter, whose advice was so effectual, possessed a strength of understanding, and coolness of judgment, which qualified her, though only nineteen, to be the counsellor of her mother, and enabled her frequently to counteract, to the advantage of them all, that eagerness of mind in Blanche Devereux which must generally have led […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 12: “The Sisters”, as Reviewed By Jane Austen"
Some people live on this earth, contributing nothing, taking up resources, just existing. I am lucky that I have made my contribution to the world, and will die knowing my legacy. It is this: Ah, yes. When we have a tall, lean statuesque woman, it is best to dress her in swaths of crushed velvet […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 10, “Love, Rose”; As Reviewed By The Designer of Dorothy’s Monstrous Teal Crushed-Velvet Tuxedo Dress"
I tell you, some of these ladies are cut out for a life of glamour and intrigue like mine, others are just meant to live their ordinary lives bakin’ pies for the needy and giving jewelry to the poor. Or whatever it is women do these days, I couldn’t tell because I, Cecile M. Rosewater, […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 2; “Ladies of the Evening”, as Reviewed By an Old-Timey Hooker"
I’m so glad I get this platform to finally say something. I’m so tired about being drowned out by all these feminists that control the media! Finally, I get to say what many of you don’t realize- men are in trouble. Men are hurting. Men are aren’t men anymore! This show, which I can only […]Read more "Season 1, Episode 21, “The Flu”, as Reviewed By a Men’s Rights Activist"