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    S05.E16: Chapter Ninety-Seven

    I don't think it's unreasonable for Jane to have concerns about Rose. As she pointed out, Rose is a dangerous sociopath and that's enough of a reason to believe that she's capable off doing things like switching babies. Just look at what she did with Michael! When Jane realized that writing about Rose could anger her enough to send people after her or her family, I didn't think she was being unreasonable. I'm not saying she needs to live her life in constant fear, but it was good for her to at least consider what the possible outcomes could be. If Alba got that upset about Jane writing the truth about her story, how upset would Rose get having her story revealed? I didn't like that Xo dismissed Jane's concern with "you have to get Rose out of your head." Again, I'm not saying that Jane should let her fear of Rose dictate all of her decisions. I just think that it's perfectly normal and reasonable to consider a scenario where poking the bear could result in something bad happening. She's murdered and kidnapped before so it's not really a stretch to think she might do it again (or have someone do it for her). The way Xo reacted made it sound like Jane was overreacting and being paranoid. It's not like Jane said, "I suspect the mailman has been slowly poisoning us." She's worried that a criminal mastermind could hurt her family AGAIN. Awwww, poor Luisa. All this time she was trying to make things right and Rafael just kept giving her the cold shoulder. I hope she's happy wherever she is now and that Rose never finds her.
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    Quotes

    Rafael: You've obsessed over every detail, including how much cologne I'm allowed to wear. Petra: Which we agreed is zero, correct? Rafael: Rose had no motive to swap Mateo. Jane: She's a sociopath, Rafael. There is no rationalizing her motives. Rogelio: I just did what any caring, handsome, and extremely brilliant person would do.
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    In Disguise: Umbrella Academy Cast & Crew in Other Projects

    Emmy Raver-Lampman guest starred in this week's episode of Jane the Virgin (S5.E16). She played Lily, Jane's new literary agent. There are only a few episodes left of the show so at most she'll be in two or three more episodes.
  4. Discuss any past, present, or future projects here!
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    American Princess

    I forgot to add how much I loved that Bo and Jenny love the faire SO MUCH that they got married there. And A+ for using an instrumental version of More Than Words at the wedding! In a weird coincidence, The Handmaid's Tale used an instrumental version of the same song the same week that this episode aired!
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    S06.E05: Stiff Competition

    I didn't find the competition cute or sexy or interesting. I didn't like it when it was happening between Kelsey and Zane in previous seasons and I don't like it now between Charles and Liza. It's somehow both annoying and boring. I hate that Charles is guilt tripping Liza about Mercury and making her keep more secrets. Oh boo hoo, you might lose everything! Well, no one told you to mortgage your townhouse to start a competing business. He could have sought out investors first (instead of starting Mercury and hoping that signing someone big would land him investors). It's not Liza's or Millennial's fault that he decided to risk his house to start a new company. I am not a fan of people who pimp their kids on IG and other social media to score free stuff so I was hoping that Josh would stick to his guns and tell Lauren to stop using Gemma for marketing purposes. The best part of the entire episode was the necklace conversation with Enzo and Diana!
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    Younger Quotes: Dr. Dre's Not a Doctor

    Michael: Mercury. Feisty move, competing with your own company. Liza: Feisty isn't the F word I would choose. Liza: What choice do I have? Be mad at you or be better. Diana: How unflattering to crop you right at your chin. A head without a neck is like a kite without a string - just a floating tragedy. Diana: [Enzo and I] go to the opera. Enzo loves Puccini but I just find his arias too sentimental. I'm more of a Verdi woman which leads to much heated debate. Enzo: I'll make it up to you. I'll buy you a necklace - your choice. Diana: The thing is, Enzo, they choose me. Diana: I don't need another necklace. I can't believe I just said that. Liza: Are you guys okay? Diana: We are not okay. We have been under fluorescent lights for hours. Josh: Carrying and holding fifteen pounds all day is more challenging than it seems. Liza: It's a great workout though. I looked like a Russian shot putter when Caitlin was [Gemma's] age. Josh: Ooh, sexy.
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    S03.E09: Heroic

    Within the first five minutes of the episode, I was cracking up because I was already imagining how much you guys were going to hate an episode that was 90% June voiceovers and June closeups. I liked the moment when the doctor said he knew June's mom and that she was scary.
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    The Handmaid's Quotes

    June: They don't give Ofmatthew anything that might hurt the baby. There's no future for her in any case. Too much bleeding, they say. Her brain is gone, they say. Ofmatthew is just a vessel now and the baby is all that matters. I suppose that's all that ever mattered. June: [The wives] smell of powder and soap. They smell like the ceremony, like Serena Joy when she held me down. It's hard not to fucking gag. Aunt Lydia: God never gives us more than we can handle. June: Are you sure? Janine: I look like a pirate.
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    The Music of The Handmaid's Tale

    3.9 Heaven Is a Place on Earth - Belinda Carlisle
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    S02.E05: What Would Candy Do?

    It was nice to have a lighter episode after Candy's death and funeral last week. I loved that we got to see Damon dancing, teaching, and interacting with people outside of the house. As much as I love Blanca and House Evangelista, it was great to see Damon in his element. There are a lot of people who are talented dancers but are TERRIBLE at teaching (there's nothing more frustrating than taking a class with a great dancer who "teaches" by saying things like "you just do this"). It really takes a particular kind of person to be able to clearly break down moves, give the right kind of analogies to help students understand what you want their bodies to do, and provide constructive criticism. All of that is even more challenging when you're working with non-dancers. Damon was patient, friendly, positive, and supportive of his students. For many dancers, teaching is what they plan to do after they retire from professional dancing aka the end of the road for their "real" dance careers. But seeing Damon teach a vogue class to a bunch of suburban moms was an eye opener. If he can be that good of a teacher with non-dancers, he can teach anyone. I love Helena. She knew exactly why it was important for Damon to take the opportunity to audition for something huge like dancing on Madonna's tour, not just for him but for audiences to see another dancer of color on stage. I loved that she made him promise he would come back and finish school after the tour. Only one semester left! The stark contrast between Blanca and Elektra as mothers was both hilarious and terrifying. As always, A+ for the music. Milli Vanilli, Linear, Technotronic, Black Box, Sinead O'Connor, Janet Jackson, Roxette - so many good songs! Fun fact: the music video for Alright was one of Cab Calloway's last appearances. Oh, Ricky, listen to Damon. Solid Gold was THE BEST! I can't believe that casting guy told Damon and Ricky that Lucinda Dickey was in Ninja 3 but he didn't mention that she was in Breakin' and Grease 2! I'm pretty sure a lot more people saw those two movies than Ninja 3. In case you never saw the musical masterpiece that is Breakin': Even after Blanca talked Elektra out of her Tonya Harding plot, I kept waiting for Elektra to jump out and take a hammer to Damon. I still can't believe that her defense was that he's young so he'll heal. Bitch, please. The Solid Gold theme song sung by Dionne Warwick (the first Solid Gold host!):
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    Category Is...Quotes

    Latisha: I need you to add one more class this week. I've kicked gang bangers off the basketball court and shooed homeless men out of the pool, no problem. But these bridge and tunnel bitches are terrifying! Missy: Hey, do you think you can teach my husband to move his hips like you do? Damon: Is he black? Missy: No. Damon: Then sorry! No can do. Jazmine: I always thought, given the opportunity, that [Madonna] and I would be best friends. Elektra: Please. Like that specimen of perfection would be desperately seeking to spend a moment with any of you peasants. Blanca: It's natural to miss someone, even if that someone is a lowdown dog of a cheater. Elektra: I won't coddle you. I don't nurture. And I'll never give inspiring pep talks that end in hugs. But I am a provider and I need Wintour to yield results. I expect excellence, nothing less, so go out and make this boy over. You have twenty four hours and I am not lifting a single finger. Shadow: Is that Candy's hammer? Elektra: Her prized possession. And if she were here, she would use it to break Damon's motherfucking foot! It's the only way to ensure Ricky's victory and my topless sunbathing vacation in Capri with Miss M. Cubby: So you want us to just stroll up on Damon and smash him in the foot? Elektra: Do I have to explain everything?! You get close and then you throw it at his foot as hard as you can and in the chaos that follows, cry and say how sorry you are and that you had just applied Vaseline intensive care lotion to your hands and the hammer slipped out of them. Lemar: I know I'm betraying Mother Elektra, but this bitch has gone too far this time. Lil Papi: She put a hit out on Damon. Blanca: A hit? On his life? Lemar: No, his foot.
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    The Music of Pose

    2.5 Deep in Vogue - Malcolm McLaren featuring Lourdes & Willie Ninja Pump Up the Jam - Technotronic U Can't Touch This - MC Hammer Give Me the Night - George Benson Your Love - Frankie Knuckles Strike It Up - Black Box Girl I'm Gonna Miss You - Milli Vanilli Ooh La La - Perfect Gentlemen Sending All My Love - Linear Nothing Compares 2 U - Sinead O'Connor It Must Have Been Love - Roxette Poison - Bell Biv Devoe Alright - Janet Jackson Hold On - Wilson Phillips All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You - Heart Vogue - Madonna
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    Media Things

    Visiting the Starcourt Mall in Burbank
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    S02.E06: The Bad Mother

    Her daughter said, "It sounds like someone's having a party," so she just heard the music when they got home with dinner.
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