The show starts out with our heroine, who we’ll all relate to, being a self-proclaimed tomboy. When her life is thrown into confusion by her new boyfriend, she resorts to the very thing that causes her to be so confused — cooking and eating. This episode has us thinking about our own relationship and how it can be so complicated and confusing.
While the show was set in the late ’80s, it’s still set in the late ’80s. This means it is very much a 70s/early ’90s thing. The idea that we have become so distracted, so self-absorbed, so dependent and self-satisfied in our lives that we forget how we were in our 20s is a great idea.
We’ve got our own version of a 70searly 90s thing in this episode. We hear from a woman who was in her 20s when she lost her virginity, but now is married and going through a divorce. We also see a man in his 20s (who has a young son) who’s been married for 2 years and recently divorced.
In this episode, we see a man, a 20something who is married and divorced, and is also a father. He has two different relationships going on at the same time. We hear from a man in his 40s who is now divorced and is trying to find a job, and a man in his 30s who just lost his job and is struggling to find a new one.
Each of these men is dealing with things they can’t relate to, and are having to try to figure out what the best way to deal with their past. I think this is one of the most realistic depictions of this dynamic I’ve ever seen on TV. It actually reminds me of the “The O.C.” episode from season 1.
Ok, so season 1 didn’t exactly go down that way. The story arc was a bit of a mess, and the ending was a bit disappointing, but the show still managed to live up to the promise of the first season. And I love it when a show doesn’t end in a cliffhanger, or that we’re not given a choice. That’s definitely one of the show’s strengths.
Yes, I agree that season 2 has some flaws. The story arc was a bit of a mess, and the ending was a bit disappointing, but the show still managed to live up to the promise of the first season. And I love it when a show doesnt end in a cliffhanger, or that were not given a choice. Thats definitely one of the shows strengths.
I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen a show come a complete circle. Not that this was the case in any of the episodes I’ve watched, but in season 1’s finale, we saw the Visionaries kill everything the heroes had. By the time we saw them again, they were just a bunch of corpses. That’s not to say there wasn’t promise in season 1. There really was, and this was the promise that we never saw fulfilled.
I dont recall a lot of details about season 2 and its ending, but if this is the best weve seen of it, I’m very curious.
Not to be a spoiler but the season finale had a twist I can’t get my head around. We finally saw all the heroes die, but at the same time, we were shown that the Visionaries had survived and were still out there. The twist was that they only killed the heroes because they felt they were too powerful. They knew we were too weak to fight back. They didn’t care about the fact that we were stronger.