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  1. it's a shame that Jenny Rainsford didn't get a Emmy nomination. Her performance as Boo is such a treat, so well acted.
  2. you know what? In the end is real contact with others - and music - that saves the day. Real life has been tough enough. I'll take it this very hopeful Black Mirror episode.
  3. I think I would've liked it if it was more ambiguous: people intended - including the audience - to distrust Bran and thinking he manipulated things so he could be king. Or Jon planning to kill Dany instead of doing impulsively. Dany ordering Sansa imprisonment and then Jon entering the "game", scheming, pretending to be Team Dany so he could kill her. Or Jon being King and then some hints that he would also turn crazy. Or reaaally unhappy. At least some kind of acknowledgement that things weren't solved ( AS IF Jon would've survived, Don't even mention Tyrion.) and the disputes would still continue. That it would always be some kind of war because power is power.
  4. I hated it. Can't find a reasoning for Tyrion and John being alive.
  5. It reminded me of The Good Place. How we need to connect to people even if it causes us pain. How we have to be able to feel not only pleasure but also displeasure so we can feel responsability for our actions and have the power to repair things, It's about the hardships of having relationships and how vulnerable they make us feel (if we have something we can lose them, right?). And also understanding that being involved with others it's the best solution to sustain this very hard task that we all have: existing. I loved it. I'll take all the optimistic (but not delusional) takes about humanity that comes my way.
  6. Aw. I loved what Janet said in the end. It could be about all of the relationships of the characters, not only the romantic ones. Is it close to what Albert Camus believed or am I seeing things because I like a lot of his books?
  7. 1000 times by Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam is on repeat since I've seen the show.
  8. IMHO, Marcus is worst than Courtney. She did awful things but she was motivated by fear ( a powerful tool for making very stupid and awful things). She was scared and I felt from her a bit of remorse. He was just an asshole. I think Ryan believed his arguments. I think he felt his magazine was extremely important and that he, as an artist, had to publish her work. Was he right? No.
  9. Clay and Hannah's scene was so beautiful. The chemistry, the song, the way he made sure she was ok with what they were doing. Minette and Langford really nailed their scenes. So sad.
  10. I liked the fact that Clay had dick moments because it showed he wasn't perfect. He was this nice guy who was falible as anyone. Hannah hurted him too. I also loved the fact that Hannah understood some things wrong. She was dealing with so much and had been so hurt that she became defensive and coudn't see that she was loved, that there were other people she could count on (like Tony, or other kids who weren't popular, Clay, her parents, the librarian guy, Kathy). When you're depressed you feel like everyone would be better off without you. I felt for everyone but Marcus and Bryce. Props to Minette, Langford, Boe, Flynn and Heizer. Great cast. After I finished the series I couldn't stop thinking about it. I wanted to rescue everyone.
  11. I kinda get it why Clay took so long to listen to the tapes. He was scared. I would be too. and then Hannah's and then the possibility that he was responsible for her death, that she hated him...If he listened to that he could never take it back.
  12. what a great episode. I'm loving this season. I'm hoping for Marnie and Hannah being reunited and living together raising the baby. Elijah being a hit on Broadway. Adam and H. having closure and not being together. Jessa and H. having closure and not being close but being friendly. Shosh having her happy ending.
  13. I felt bad for Jessa (even though I think Hannah had the right to talk to her that way). I do think she likes Hannah or, at least, as much as she can like someone. And I agree with her: I don't buy that Hannah is over her or dettached from her. I think pseudoHannah is much sweeter than the real one (Adam is too). The real ones have an edge, a way of speaking (and also faster) that I can't see it in the fake ones. Maybe it's to show that Adam is romanticizing their relationship now that it's gone. Or a way of showing that Adam loved her, was hurt and hurted her but that his feelings were real.
  14. I loved this episode. I prefer it when I can relate to the Girls and see some development. And I don't think is that far-fechted that Hannah became pregnant and wants to keep it. I don't like Jessa but I want her and Hannah to make amends. Even if it's to say they're not going to be close again. I don't want Adam with either of them. But I'll appreciate some closure with him and Hannah. I want Adam to acknowledge that Hannah was important to him and that's it. (I'm still pissed that Carrie and Big got married. ) I think Jessa feels guilty about Adam (and resents Hannah for making her feel this way even if it's irracional). So she wants to tear Hannah apart (and her relationship with Adam) to feel less conflicted. That's why I think she couldn't read the script: because it would make her miss her friend and face the fact that she let a guy come between them, a decision that is very far from the image that she built for herself.
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