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KSP said: Hello, Redork… From the comments, I am glad I did not watch.
from redorkuous: it was not a good finale. and the whole damn story keeps going round and round, in circles. for instance, they destroyed B6-13, but they came right back. so what was the point?
and for me, Olivia Pope has the new name, Dorothy. because after she got swept up in Rowan’s whirlwind… she left Oz with the ONE guy who has no heart, courage or brains. -redork
Oh, NO, Hunty! What you’re not gonna do is make references to The Wizard of Oz. On this writing team, I’m the GAY one! Nah, that was just a kiki. Love your observations, boo! -SistaMaryFabulous
Thank you for your commentary and sanity! I will be mightily relieved when season 3 is over; no more B613 plots (an enchanting mash-up of "spy vs spy" and "whose on first") that spread into and corrupted everything, events that sprang up like pop-up stores, and behaviors that savaged credulity because of the absence of on screen character development or reflection. (I won't even mention holes in continuity or story lines.) My one hope for season 4? No Jake Ballard, not even in flashback.
i completely agree. -redork
time slot: Saturday, 10PM, ET
broadcast date: April 12, 2014
review written by: redorkulous
episode review: Kiyah Wright, celebrity hair-stylist, wants to be a mom. Tiffany Jones, breast Cancer survivor and fashion house manager, is desperate to conceive by natural means. Bershan Shaw is a stage-4 breast Cancer survivor, wife, and life coach, who’s looking into starting a family through a surrogate. and Chenoa Maxwell, a 43-year-old housewife, is on a trial separation from her husband because she couldn’t conceive a child. and now, Chenoa is looking for financial independence.
IMO, this series is off to a decent start. however. it’s the same catty, back-stabbing, throwing-underhanded-shade, constant-shifting-alliances, stuntin’-for-the-cameras, drama that we’ve already seen… time, and time, and time again. and that’s ok. there’s nothing wrong with that. i just wish these tv networks would stop assembling an eclectic cast, promising something different… and then, you watch the show… and it’s the same ol’ story.
all that said, i like the empowering messages to overcoming breast cancer. but I’ve sort of had it with women making their issues with fertility their primary storyline. for example, Dawn Robinson, R&B Divas LA. Kenya Moore, The Real Housewives of Atlanta. and now Tiffany Jones on Love in the City.
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