Season two has figured out what to do with Jane, but it would be cool if it could also figure out what to do with Adena.
The Season Three finale had the one thing Supergirl always did best but has been missing for a while: Hope.
“Rose Colored Glasses” bites off way more than it can chew.
One episode left, friends. I have no doubt Supergirl will save the world, but who will save Supergirl?
Emotional honesty is sexy.
Where’d our hero go?
“Emma’s grief; her inherited, internalized homophobia; and her sexual frustrations — they are all tangled together. And that’s real, because in life how can you tell? Where does one pain stop and another begin? There’s no easy box to check or line to draw.”
Emma confesses that the scars of internalized homophobia can span generations. She also finally sleeps with Cruz. Lyn learns that you can’t turn your back on your own forever.
It isn’t just about the hot sex — though the sex is very hot — it’s about creating spaces where Latinx queer bodies can feel ownership. It’s tearing down shame. It’s about saying that our love, our sex, our sticky sweat is valid. It’s about fighting tooth and nail for pleasure in a world that would rather us be criminalized for waking up in the morning.
“Honestly, my feelings toward Supergirl the show right now are not unlike Lena’s relationship with Supergirl the person.”
Do you know who’s a perfect human? Eddy is a perfect human! This is my hill and I’m willing to die on it.
Lena Luthor dons a braid and goes on a mission with Kara and Alex and JEEPERS IT’S WONDERFUL.
We have six full weeks to dive deep into this queer Latinx prestige drama about family, sex, love, and grief. Let’s get this… funeral party?… started!
I’ll cut the mushy feelings for now and save the rest for next week — when we will come back together for the BLACK LIGHTNING SEASON FINALE!!!!
In the middle of superhero spy conspiracy theories, Thunder punches and Lightning bolts, Black Lightning puts forth an important episode about police corruption in black communities.
Sometimes, you just gotta kiss your gal pal in front of everyone at gay conversion camp.
We are three episodes away from the finale. Everything’s getting bleak for Anissa Pierce.
I have a very bad feeling about this.
Thunder’s theme song isn’t about her. It’s about us. It’s about a community of black women, about our magic. It’s about the lives we have lost. Our pain.
With the winter portion of the fifth season firmly behind us, and only a three-episode special summer “goodbye” in our future, I can say confidently that The Fosters is coming back full circle. They have returned their focus to the family, and most importantly, to the best moms on television.