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December 15, 2019 at 9:15 am #1203238202
Scarlett was fantastic! In an alternative universe where she wasn’t the mega star that she is, I think she would have made a great cast member.December 15, 2019 at 9:12 am #1203238195
DriverDecember 15, 2019 at 2:52 am #1203237732
1. “Call Me by Your Name” (2017)
2. “Moonlight” (2016)
3. “God’s Own Country” (2017)
4. “Carol” (2015)
5. “Weekend” (2011)
6. “Stranger by the Lake” (2013)
7. “A Fantastic Woman” (2017)
8. “Pariah” (2011)
9. “Keep the Lights On” (2012)
10. “The Normal Heart” (2014)December 14, 2019 at 8:56 am #1203235962
Veronica’s diapers/bloomers look was the worst of the week, so this was a deserved elimination. Sometimes the tell-tale phone call/FaceTime home is the editing giveaway of who’s going home, and that was the actual case this time. Nice win for Marquise. Not to my tastes, but it fit all the requirements of the “street chic” challenge and the judges loved it, so good for him. Delvin’s way too cocky this early into the competition, but he seems to have the talent to back that attitude up with a close second-place finish. Glad to see Dayoung okay and slide on through to safety with only a day to finish. Sergio’s another one who’s too arrogant for what he’s actually outputting. It’s great that you outfitted Billy Porter and all, but you’re still on here for a reason as an amateur designer trying to win a reality competition show, so some perspective and humility, please. I don’t know of any woman wanting to wear “street-chic” as a flowing asymmetrical dress and train dragging to the ground. Not sure if I had a favorite this episode, since I find animal prints in general to be tacky and gaudy. The blatant “CATS” shilling was no better, and this new, revised trailer still looks as bad as the first one. Oh well.December 12, 2019 at 9:36 am #1203233746
^^^ “Attention must be paid!”December 12, 2019 at 9:16 am #1203233707
I think the way I envisioned it was the way “Will & Grace” handled Rosario’s death, which would be to have all the cast and memorable people Larry’s met, past and present, converging to celebrate Funkhauser’s life. All types of hijinks would then ensue, etc. Can you imagine Rosie O’Donnell or Chris Williams there? The “Seinfeld” crew? But whatever. I’m sure they will end up doing something that’s both fitting and tasteful.December 12, 2019 at 5:19 am #1203233345
Episode Title: “Cats of the Urban Jungle”
Synopsis: The remaining designers must make their own spin on the classic animal prints; another contestant is eliminated from the competition.
Discuss.December 12, 2019 at 4:36 am #1203233308
Both groups liked other performances better. I doubt it went far beyond that. DeNiro was nodded for “Wizard of Lies” after that cringeworthy DeMille speech he gave at the Globes, and SAG will devote an entire segment to him this year with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Super-competitive year in Lead Actor, and despite all of that, he still has a shot at the Oscars despite the snubs due to his reputation in the Academy. Maybe he’s currently number five or six.December 11, 2019 at 4:14 pm #1203232550
I think Mark Mylod gets in directing fairly easily next year. If they can give the win to Jason Bateman lol, I don’t see why the directors can’t give Mylod a chance on a hot property. I “hope” the show ups its tallies next year even if only Cox gets in. 2 writing, perhaps? I’d submit the picturesque “Tern Haven,” but I have a feeling the season finale will be his go-to instead.December 11, 2019 at 12:24 pm #1203232132
But there wasn’t room for Oh when The Crown and THT made Ensemble. They were obviously a lot stronger than Killing Eve.
Then Comer could have been dropped in that case. The field could have easily included both this year’s Emmy winner and last year’s SAG winner. SAG is the l least resistant to dropping former nominees and winners. Oh’s performance in season 2 would have had to drop precipitously, and I don’t fully believe that when the Emmys could have snubbed her. Regardless, my opinion isn’t changing.December 11, 2019 at 11:18 am #1203231947
Can’t wait! I hope to see a nice tribute done for Bob Einstein sometime this season.December 11, 2019 at 11:07 am #1203231917
Not really. When you consider who she was up against last year and who she was up against this year and what happened at the Emmy’s, it’s understandable how she was snubbed. The Crown was always going to be stronger here than Killing Eve, hence both Colman and HBC getting in. Comer won the Emmy over Oh which showed that the passion for Comer was legit and vote splitting wasn’t a problem. And then Aniston and Moss are both respected and beloved actors. Oh probably wasn’t even 6th – I’m sure Kidman, Streep and Witherspoon were ahead of her.
There was no assurance that Moss would return given season 3’s reception. Also wasn’t guaranteed that Carter would make it alongside Colman. Aniston and Comer, yes. There was room for Oh here. My point still stands regardless.