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Review: MADE FOR LOVE S1 (2021) is Weird, Funny, Dark, and Deeply Relatable

Made for Love is weird, funny, dark, and also deeply relatable—which is perhaps an unexpected thing to say about a show that boasts both a dolphin and a sex doll in its main cast of characters. Ten years ago Hazel Green (Cristin Milioti), who was a small-time con-artist from a broken home, went on a … Continue reading Review: MADE FOR LOVE S1 (2021) is Weird, Funny, Dark, and Deeply Relatable

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Review: MINX (2022) is a Smart, Funny, Snappy Series That, Yes, Also Shows a LOT of Schlongs

Please be advised that while watching Minx a lot of schlongs in your face will schwing. Okay, schwing might be a tad dramatic since most are more static than kinetic, but forewarned is forearmed (or forepenised, as the case may be), and I leave it up to you to decide if it's a pro, a … Continue reading Review: MINX (2022) is a Smart, Funny, Snappy Series That, Yes, Also Shows a LOT of Schlongs

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Review: STARSTRUCK Season 2 Manages to Be Better Than The Already Perfect Season 1

Much of the beauty of Starstruck is in its brevity, which may sound like a slight, but it's really a full-throated endorsement. Each of the six episodes is perfectly bite-sized, making the entire season, whether enjoyed in one sitting or spread across several, a delectable treat that perfectly satiates your need for comedy and romance, … Continue reading Review: STARSTRUCK Season 2 Manages to Be Better Than The Already Perfect Season 1

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Review: SORT OF is a Totally Captivating Series—That Might Also Sort Of Be Like Cilantro

I wasn't exactly looking for a gentle Canadian dramedy with imperfect characters whose thorny and often aloof exteriors belie their deeply compassionate and complex interiors, but Sort Of is unexpected in a lot of ways. I'm thrilled I stumbled across the series, which swept me up in its complicated, charismatic, funny, and genuine world.  Sabi … Continue reading Review: SORT OF is a Totally Captivating Series—That Might Also Sort Of Be Like Cilantro

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Review: I MAY DESTROY YOU is Crushing, Beautiful, and Revelatory

Content Warning: The series and this review discuss sexual assault, rape, and consent. The series has several depictions of and many discussions about drugs, sexual assault, and rape. Those who have read my reviews know that I'm a strong believer in the binge-watch. Or, as I like to call it, immersive watching—like forest bathing, but … Continue reading Review: I MAY DESTROY YOU is Crushing, Beautiful, and Revelatory