Browsing: Alyssa Thorne
Season 1, Episode 2 – Ally starts to fall under the pall of conservative fear-mongering. A power outage separates the family, and unleashes the clowns.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Cora now has one definite murder and one suspected murder on her plate while she tries to remember what happens. Ambrose’s unprofessional relationship with Cora is questioned by Captain Farmer. We encounter the Beverwyck club, and start to uncover its part in all of this.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Jane moves onto a new job and reconsiders hot Pinstripe guy as boyfriend material. Sutton either needs to decidedly move on from Richard or decidedly move back, but she’s committed to progress by sleeping with Alex either way. Kat decides that despite a thirst for adventure she’s happier staying in New York.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Jane struggles with a legal battle at work, questioning her sense of female empowerment. Sutton seeks a raise in her new position. Kat finally gets together with Adena, only to find it’s more complicated than she hoped.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Jane continues to find her voice, Sutton pursues a fashion job, and Kat deals with politics and her own feelings. All three of them continue to be delightful.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Sutton chases her dream of working in the fashion department to the neglect of her current desk; Jane attempts to interview a congresswoman; Kat deals with some dangerous internet trolls.
Season 1, Episode 5 – This week’s episode of Genius was more of the same, and similar to every other week, it struck a chord somewhere between “fine” (music is fine, visually it’s fine, the acting is fine, the writing is fine) and incredibly frustrating to watch. We’re reaching the breakdown of Albert and Mileva’s relationship, and the dynamics of it are completely infuriating.
Season 1, Episodes 5-7 – These episodes basically move briskly forward in the same way as the first three episodes. The charming characters pass the idiot ball around to make sure that Al is always on the back foot, only now Vic is out of prison and Fink is really onto them, throwing a little extra trouble into the mix.