“Instead of feeling like an affirmation for my disdain for Kat and Eva’s relationship, it feels like The Bold Type is re-emphasizing one of the things that makes the Kat/Eva storyline problematic: diminishing the show’s lead black character to bolster the bonafides of its white ones.”
Everyone is acting stupid in Paris! Even OLIVER!
But seriously, when are we getting a musical episode?
Kat says she’s queer out loud twice! Jacqueline and Jane are in love! (Just kidding!) ((Am I?))
Can someone please let Kat speak for herself? Thanks.
The future of Kadena is uncertain (but not doomed).
Please sign my petition demanding a musical episode of “The Bold Type.”
Everyone’s trying to be more emotionally honest with themselves and others in the strongest episode of the season.
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.
“Rose Colored Glasses” bites off way more than it can chew.
Emotional honesty is sexy.
The show’s first season finale is ambitious, heartfelt, and a compelling argument for its renewal.
Despite everything being stacked against them, Kat and Adena write their own rom-com.
Scarlet faces layoffs, and Kat faces her feelings for Adena.
At the end of the day, Kat, Sutton, and Jane always have each other.
Sometimes you gotta cause a riot.
“This lesbian shit is intense!”
“I think I really like you.”
Kat faces vile trolls in a real, incisive look at online harassment.
Scarlet isn’t interested in acquitting itself to any man. And as the magazine repeatedly rejects the reductive assumption that sex and feminism and fashion and politics can’t coexist, so does the show itself.