“Tied To The Tracks” is a slow burn compared to the season’s first six episodes of Orange Is the New Black that mostly boasted a crowded ensemble acting out cruelly in the name of justice for Poussey.
This is the show that I fell in love with. Women, helping each other through their pain. Women, finding family. Women, finding support from one another while in the pits of the darkest places they can imagine.
I’m not going to lie, there was something oddly cathartic about seeing a pile of Cheetos burst into flames.
After four episodes of chaos and lack of direction both within Litchfield and the overall arc of the season, Orange Is the New Black finally managed to pull it together enough to produce an episode worth watching (save for one MAJOR issue).
Angie announces, “I’m the jefe now!” with one of the harshest American “j” sounds ever and decides there will be a talent show and the guard/hostages will perform. So, we know where this is going.
Really, Linda? Really?
I marathoned the entirety of Season 5 this weekend and I need to talk to somebody about it, pronto. SPOILERS AHEAD.
Hey did y’all know white guys have feelings too?
“You’re gonna want a quick, catchy clickbait. Something to really grab the liberal market — that’s who you wanna appeal to.”
Plus some new scenes from OITNB’s new season, Carrie Fisher’s last Star Wars cover shoot, Ellen’s first standup special in 15 years, Wynonna Earp key art, Queen Sugar’s second season trailer and more!
We’ve got around 30 lesbian, bisexual and queer female characters in this Summer 2017 TV Preview that’ll keep you cool for the summer, even though it’d be even cooler if there were more than 30 and they all had bigger parts!
New trailers from Orange is the New Black and Orphan Black promise very intense storylines, Southwest of Salem picks up a GLAAD Award, hot queer female spokesmodels are hot, Korean television goes queer and other very important pop culture stories that could really make your day or not.
Netflix rained down a video clip from the season five premiere and a batch of promo photos for your homosexual enjoyment and speculation.
“These women are angry, and rightfully so. They aren’t treated like humans. Their lives are taken away from them, sometimes literally, and they don’t even have names. They tried a peaceful protest and someone was killed. Their riot is righteous, but at the end of the day, they’re going to be the ones punished. There is no justice.”
“With one more episode in this heart-wrenching season, we are all still gasping for air and dreaming of justice.”
Suzanne’s backstory is so heavy it feels almost unnecessary.
Everyone gets their turn to be totally miserable.
In one sentence Black Cindy sums up the writing of this entire season: “Y’all, we ain’t think this shit through.”
Spoiler alert: Piper is the woooorst.
All the women of Litchfield deserve so much better.