"You know what my viewers love? Self-involved teens."
"Here to comment: an eight-year-old girl and her pseudo-husband."
He had almost nothing to say, but I still had to include him.
I'll discuss you at length when you start dressing right.
Children: poor fashion references.
I'm choosing not to talk about that green and yellow... thing.Vanessa opts not to remove her coat for her first scene, so really all way have to talk about are those flowy, capri-length floral pants. I hate them.
Or about these nightclothes.
Local gangster killed by visual assault. Story at 11.
Killing spree continues, culprit still at large.
Dressed to win press.For his interview, Theo reprises his jacket from episode #2.18 and his tie from #3.21 with what appears to be a new shirt. It's not a terrible combination, though the palette is a bit loud overall. There's a used car salesman vibe about it. Also, the pants are the wrong shade of khaki; he should be leaning slightly darker, more toward olive or mustard.
Seeing her in drab clothes makes me so so sad.
Well, that's a thousand percent better.
And then worse again.
That face is his impersonation of the dead man. Classy.
It feels wrong to end on an old look, but that's just how things panned out.
And that's that! We're exactly halfway through the run of the show now: four seasons over, four seasons left. Hope it's been as enjoyable for you as it has been for me. See you next week with an exploration of the most memorable credits sequence of the whole series!