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Hey, friends, I hope you’re staying hydrated out there and taking a break when you need to. I’m thinking of you all the time, and making you these Pop Culture Fixes as a little respite.
+ Michelle Yeoh and Sandra Oh had an hour-long chat at the San Francisco International Film Festival last Friday. During the Q&A someone referred to Eve Polastri as “straight” and Sandra Oh interrupted to say, “No.” Which gave me a nice chuckle despite *waves hand*.
+ Netflix has greenlit Liz Feldman’s new series, No Good Deed, which was inspired by her late night Zillow scrolling early in the pandemic.
+ Grace and Frankie’s reign of terror is finally over (aka Slate interviewed Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin about the final season).
+ If you’ve been wanting to watch The Owl House because it’s the most adorable gay thing happening on TV right now, but you don’t have the Disney Channel so you can’t watch it on TV or the Disney Now app, well! Great news! It’s on Disney Plus now, almost completely up to date! You can laugh your buns off without having to sit through a single Hatchimals commercial.
+ The story of this suspended Grey’s Anatomy writer who stole her ex-wife’s trauma for the show and also somehow now involves Anna Paquin is the wildest thing I have read in a long time.
+ Suranne Jones and Sophie Rundle play Mrs and Mrs on BBC.