First of all, the last thing the mother is going to do is admit to the affair in front of her daughter. Secondly, Marnie would NEVER get cut off like that, no parent lets a daughter who looks like that go without until she finds her banker hubby to pay for stuff.
Oh, and Lena, keep your fucking clothes on. Guh.
aw fuck it, really? You watch that shit? And admit to it? And post about it?
If this is about something else, sorry.
That show is like a shit popsicle, pretending it's a shit tootsie pop.
"How many licks will it take to get to the non-shit center?"
"One! Two! Thu-ree! Nope, it's shit all the way down!"
Are when the characters get what they have coming to them (Adam taking Lena to town for being shallow and self-absorbed, Brian Williams' daughter getting upset at her ex-boyfriend's happiness). Unfortunately these never come with an actual "lesson," they're just played as "oh that's just how we 20-something priveleged white girls are."
That show should've been a slasher from the beginning -- and topped out at 87 minutes.
after Reservoir Dogs.
Season one was interesting but Season two started awful. And it looked especially horrible juxtaposed with Downton Abbey, a show I watched just before Girls and one that continues to deliver excellent work.
It's not bad, but after watching 3-4 episodes I didn't see what all the buzz was about.
I'm a sucker for huge houses and the Edwardian period. It's photographed so well.
Neither of the shows you mention has Emmy Rossum or an equivalent.
Hell, neither of the shows you mention has William H. Macy or an equivalent.