Nothing about pantyhose or the Challenger explosion -- I've done 'em all!" From Deborah's acerbic wit to her "Liza's at the Palace" pantsuit wardrobe, Smart effortlessly shows why this woman has had to fight for recognition all her life. The writing is also perfection. And as Deborah bristles against Ava's Gen Z wokeness (over everything from old-school stand-up to modern feminism), we realize these women are more than just generational stereotypes. Nothing sums up Deborah more perfectly than the line, "Write me 15 jokes by tomorrow morning.
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A plane full of high school soccer girls crash-lands in the mountainous wilderness. They navigate survival with tensions that existed pre-crash. Slowly, things devolve until someone becomes the next meal.
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It opens with a mystery and builds and builds toward the conclusion, teasing out new layers in between. The characters are clearly defined, especially Misty, played by Christina Ricci in the present. Yellowjackets is proper obsess-about TV. Thick glasses, a frizzy bob cut and nefarious morals all fueled by her yearning to be loved are her paint strokes.
Those are the same reasons I enjoyed 50M2 on Netflix. Shadow is straightforward and likable, with a moral code that shows underneath it all he's a decent guy. By Episode 8, he -- and we -- realize the locals have become his family. I don't speak Turkish either, but I had absolutely no problem laughing -- and gasping -- as the story unfolds through Season 1. I sure hope there's a Season 2 because the first one ends with quite the cliffhanger. 1 henchman for a shady businessman who's his adopted father (Shadow doesn't remember his past.) When things take an unexpected turn with the boss, Shadow ends up hiding out in a small tailor shop -- size: 50-meters square -- after the local community mistakes him for the son of the deceased tailor. Set in modern-day Istanbul, the story centers around Shadow, the No.
It took me out of my fight plan and everything.' I really lost consciousness of the whole fight. Tyson also told in 2020: 'I bit him because I wanted to kill him. I was really mad about my head being bumped and everything.
The beverage, which Luke founded in 2019 alongside his business partner Jake Bullock, can only be bought by residents in six US states - Arizona, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Nevada.
Holyfield won the eleventh round but Tyson complained of head-butting throughout the contest and a rematch finally took place the following year Tyson first fought Holyfield in 1996 as he attempted to defend his World Boxing Association heavyweight title.
Flip Homansky (far left) and Holyfield's trainer Don Turner, after opponent Mike Tyson bit him during a fight at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, June 28 1997 Referee Mills Lane examines boxer Evander Holyfield's right ear along with ring physician Dr.
Look, I spend my life watching , but apparently that "doesn't count for the parameters of the article." Fine. It's literally my full-time job and I can't keep up with the streaming services and the original content and the season 2s and the new thing that Netflix just dropped. Marvel
How does anyone find the time for television? Sure, I watched the first episodes of all of those and can say with absolute authority they are all probably fine. Keeping up with all the new things is a full-time job.
The second focuses on Christy Martin, the female boxer who exploded into mainstream consciousness in the late '90s. First is the Malice at the Palace incident, where Ron Artest wades into a crowd during a basketball match and started wailing on fans. It's about sports, with each close-to-feature-length episode focusing on a different topic.
hooked me with its premise (and its title, honestly): A hot wife/bumbling husband sitcom turned on its head, with the wife, Allison (played by Schitt's Creek's Annie Murphy), taking center stage. Through Allison's point of view, the sitcom is only half the story -- when her husband Kevin isn't around, she's the star of a gritty, Roe carts single-cam drama, complete with a drugs-and-murder subplot. The show is an interesting commentary on comedy and storytelling, but the plot is also just plain good.