A Pop Culture Fix upon you this day, my friends!
+ Hey, guess who came back for The 100 series finale, kinda? Lexa! Kinda! I actually think it was an avatar of Lexa maybe. I’ve read several recaps and it sounds like a little bit of a mess to be honest, but, I think(!) the point is that Clake manifested Lexa in her imagination to be the judge of her afterlife and then they walked on the beach together. Or something. Anyway, Lexa lives on in Clarke’s heart and mind and that’s more than you can say for Bellamy who she stabbed in the gizzard a few episodes ago. 🏄♀️
+ Bex Taylor-Klaus has joined the new ABC procedural, Triage, “a character-driven medical drama that follows pioneering surgeon Finley Briar (Fitz-Henley) over three distinct decades at the same hospital.” They will play “Leonora/Leo, the gender fluid youngest first-year intern at New York Trinity and mentee of Finley (Fitz-Henley).”
— Steven Canals (@StevenCanals) October 5, 2020
+ Sanam Yar profiled Lili Reinhart in the New York Times this weekend. If Lexa hadn’t risen from the grave (kind of), surely I would have made this into the Pop Culture Fix headline: “She first began to question her sexuality around the fifth grade, she said. ‘I remember Googling ‘Playboy’ and ‘boobs.’ I wanted to see women, I was so interested. And then just kind of, as I got older, I was realizing that I was attracted to these women. I wanted to look like them, but I also was attracted to them.'”
+ Carmen agrees!
I don’t tweet a lot about family entertainment, but I’ll ALWAYS be here for nerdy a$$ Black and brown kids going on romp adventures in their own neighborhoods, and I’m always here for my Afro-Latinx fam and New York, SO PLEASE BELIEVE when I say #VampiresVsTheBronx is that ish 🩸 pic.twitter.com/zWTmDTEvUk
— Carmen Phillips (@carmencitaloves) October 4, 2020