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    Spoiler The Aunt Lydia erotic scene was weird af… It was just weird to see Ann Dowd kiss someone passionately and prepare to give him a handjob lol. 😬

    Why is that? Because of her age?

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    THT always beat BLL whenever they went up against each other (PGA, BAFTA, Scripter).

     

    The Emmys don’t care about precursors. And I think Kidman would have beat Moss.

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    I think so. Not being ageist, but we’re not really used to seeing, or at least I’m not, such ages’ love scenes, especially for women. But for the most part it was Ann Dowd, she just exudes innocence lol.

    You haven’t seen the True Detective season 1 finale then!

    For Your Consideration:

    Best International Feature: Instinct (The Netherlands)
    Best Actress: Carice van Houten (Instinct)

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    I love Ann Dowd, and she was deserving to win for both Season 1 & 2. That being said, I thought the much-hyped backstory for Aunt Lydia was somewhat underwhelming. Dowd sold all of it beautifully (and this will be her tape), but I guess I wanted more.

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    Darlings, Ann Dowd is hot.

    As a famous singer said, "ain't nobody gonna Thatcher, Thatcher, Thatcher!"

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    This episode was… underwhelming. This wasn’t the backstory episode Aunt Lydia deserved. The story itself was fine, and I guess it makes sense that Lydia’s backstory wasn’t something crazy, but the pacing was so off in this episode, it was kind of crazy. They should have devoted an entire episode to Lydia, and placed it after episode 4, when she beat Janine. It felt so out of place here, and had no effect whatsoever on the current storyline. Ann Dowd was absolutely flawless though and the only reason why it was watchable. She’s such a phenomenal actress; she can convey so many emotions with one small facial expression.

    The current-day storyline was a bit ridiculous. I really didn’t understand that final scene, it seemed like June had orchestrated it all. Poor Janine, she can’t catch a break. And where’s some material for Madeline Brewer?! I hated the camera placement when it followed Ofmatthew as she was pointing her gun to different people. It looked like the gun was glued to the screen, lol.

    Step it up, Handmaid’s!

    Oscar FYC - Lupita Nyong'o & Elisabeth Moss ("Us") - Best Actress & Supporting Actress. It must happen; otherwise the Tethered are coming.

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    I love Ann Dowd, and she was deserving to win for both Season 1 & 2.

    For Season 1:

    For Season 2:

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    57% on Rotten Tomatoes so far: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/tv/the_handmaids_tale/s03/e08

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    The critics strike again, poisonous as ever.

    I haven’t watched the recent episode yet but i’m doubtful its anywhere near that bad

    FYC Oscars 2020
    Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay
    The Irishman - Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay

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    The last scene in the latest episode was pretty cheesy.

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    I’m glad the critics are sanctioning these filler episodes. They want better ratings then MOVE THE PLOT.

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    I don’t know why I’m still watching this show. The same things keep happening and there doesn’t seem to be any further plot progression. Everything about this season feels like filler. Hated this week’s episode. The writers introduced a new character this season in order to take that same character away. Okay cool. Now what?

    The show would have been more exciting if they allowed June to escape into Canada and we focused on her adjusting to normal society while dealing with the emotions of leaving her older child behind in order to save her youngest one. Just saying

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