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  1. This reminds me when people say they are tired of hearing about racism. Just think how tired people are of living with racism. YES! And folk that bring up these kind of unpleasant, real life issues DO get labelled as argumentative or problematic. Both in real life and on reality shows. And this happens particularly to Black and Brown women. It's true that the worst kinds of behavior are highlighted on these Housewife reality shows, but, there is a difference when folk are highlighting actual issues, and they should not be lumped in with the rest. At least not in those moments.
  2. I had no idea that this song was popular in the UK! Thanks for sharing!
  3. I kinda get what Whoopi was trying to say. I think she meant that some folk won't do the right thing without mandates or laws forcing them. That was the point she was trying to make. I think.
  4. I think it was more a Big Production Number to open the series as a whole. It was so corny and a total headscratcher. It was trippy, unexpected and ridiculous, and I kinda love it for being off-brand. It sure caught everyone's attention and got everyone to talking, didn't it?
  5. If they wanted to include Billy Ray Cyrus in a more contemporary way, they could have done an "Old Town Road" spoof.
  6. Ooooooooh, how I wish that someone would ask Caitlyn Jenner that question!
  7. Everytime I hear the new theme music, I keep waiting for back up dancers to come out. Or maybe this:
  8. Yay, Joy is back, and with Ana! Whenever there is adultery, both participants are wrong, but, I always feel that there is more onus on the person who made a vow to be faithful. Bill knew his wife was down the hall. Bill has a record of this sort of thing. Monica should not have had sex with that married man...but that married man who was also President of the United States ought not have allowed any of that to take place.
  9. Awwwwwwww, Carly. We see you. We see you crying both sides. We see you claiming to be the "only pro-life person at the table." Kudos for pushing back back on that, Sunny and Whoopi. And everyone stayed pretty civil. I'm appreciating the mature conversations the ladies are able to have now.
  10. HAH!! That's a two exclamation point response! Heh you know the thought did cross my mind, as i was venting all that steam, that it was some such fucked up situation like that. Which brings me to that date. Who celebrates mid month like that? Its not a bad idea but its weird. Unless maybe it was to encompass a bunch of people that cross over the month. Alright i guess that's done. For now. lol Hispanic Heritage Month 2020 (census.gov) The timing is key. Hispanic Heritage Month — like its shorter precursor — always starts on September 15, a historically significant day tha
  11. AT apparently modelled her character on MeAgain and MeAgain was apparently flattered. Heh! Not surprising at all that Meg would be flattered. Here's a great article about Amber's thoughts on her character. Love that the Joker was also an influence. She's doing a great job on the show, that she was a version of Meghan was so apparent. Just like Meghan, she set my teeth on edge on sight. Meghan McCain and The Joker Inspired Amber Tamblyn’s Character in 'Y: The Last Man' (decider.com) Tamblyn said that McCain was a natural choice, as she views Kimberly’s late father, Pre
  12. Anybody else watching Y: The Last Man? Amber Tamblyn plays a blonde right wing conservative character that is a more polished, mature version of Meghan. Ironically, she's the daughter of the former president.
  13. Welp, I guess we better start encouraging more women to go into the blue collar trades. Yorrick is trifling. Beth definitely dodged a bullet. Poor Hero. If she'd just waited a few moments, she wouldn't have had to feel guilty for her lover's death. Loving Agent 355. I'm truly intrigued by her. Due to the covert nature of their work, her colleagues had become like family. Amber Tamblyn's character is a more polished, mature version of Meghan McCain.
  14. I agree with you about Offset. I think the female judges seemed to be able to discuss the outfits on the level you mention, Offset, not as much. Unfortunately, they seemed to defer to him on a lot of it. I guess because he's the name brand talent that most folk are going to recognize? There were moments when the other judges would refer to a fashion term, like "epaulets" that Offset wasn't familiar with. He reminded me of Heidi Klum on Project Runway/Making the Cut, always judging based on whether she would personally wear a garment. He's also juvenile and self-absorbed in that same way. And a
  15. That WOULD have been an interesting fusion. I'm not sure that she was even going for stereotypical LA gangster. I don't think she really put much thought into the concept or the audience she was designing for. I think she thought what she offered WAS a true representation of herself, and that those powder blue raindrops were pushing the envelope.
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