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Dickinson puts queerness back in the narrative.
Angelique and Ryan get closer, Sophie gets a new nickname, and Ryan’s Kryptonite wound is OUT OF CONTROL.
We’ve got Josie Totah in a movie about ‘zines vs. misogyny, Anna Camp as a terminally ill lesbian, HBO’s buzzy “high schoolers explore their sexuality” series “Genera+ion”, a dystopian dating app drama, the bad lesbian dinosaur movie and so much more!
Riese: I guess if you marry Jodie Foster, you don’t have to do anything anymore.
Rhea: You don’t have to.
Riese: I mean, you win!
Riese: You win!
Rhea: I mean, you really do! That is it. That’s bingo, right there. “See you guys!”
Carly: You did it!
Carly: You did it.
Rhea: “I’m going to do my thing now. It’s only whatever I want, from here on out!”
Plus, an All-American episode that gives Bre-Z some of the best work of her career, biphobia rears its ugly head once again on grown-ish, and a hilarious and spooky episode of Nancy Drew!
Sophie and Ryan go toe-to-toe in “Do Not Resuscitate.”
What finally swung it for me was at the end of a recent episode when, out of nowhere, Dolly Parton appeared.
This week’s Good Trouble shines a worthwhile light on the problem with cash bail.
Ah yes, it’s once again time for the “epic highs and lows of high school football.”
The more I get into D&D, the more it bleeds into my passion for television. I find myself thinking about TV character’s histories as “backstory” and accidentally calling side characters “NPCs.”
Ryan reconnects with her ex-girlfriend who we do not trust but want to trust but it’s hard! Also, All Crows Are Bastards, there’s a new non-binary character in town, and Alice is missing memories!
I know Snatch Game is the episode most Drag Race fans look forward to, but I’m a gay musical theatre nerd and nothing brings me more joy than the Rusical.
Plus updates on Nancy Drew and Legacies!
These characters sure do love to self-sabotage!
Good Trouble has never been a show about escapism, and its season three opener, set in a Covid-free world, feels like a missed opportunity.
“She was dykin’ in Brooklyn for years, even when she was with Stan’s cheating ass.”
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Ryan’s ex is back in town, and Alice and Sophie are getting AWFULLY CLOSE.
Carly: I feel like if I confusedly kissed Jennifer Beals, I would also have to move away.
Christina: I would have to join WITSEC. I would be like, “Listen, get me on a USA cable drama because I got to go. I’m losing it.”
Carly: “I got to go. Give me a wacky sidekick, we can go fight crime together, or whatever. Maybe we’re lawyers. We’re going to wear suits and my name is not Carly anymore.”
Christina: “I can’t be Christina anymore because my mouth has been on Jennifer Beals’ mouth.”
It’s as entertaining as any heist movie, as addictive as the best true crime, and authentic in a way few pieces of mainstream trans media have been before.