DON'T WORRY MOM, HE'S NOT A RACIST, HE WAS JUST KIDDING (BACHELORETTE FINALE RECAP)
Welp, I hope she's happy.
I've been very unenthused to write about this finale because really, what's there to say about it? A nice girl gets engaged to a fucking douche bag racist / transphobic / anti-feminist / anti-immigrant / anti-school shooting victims / Trump asshole who ABC keeps trying to package as a fun loving good time for THREE HOURS. It just feels so OF THE MOMENT and like this moment, man, I'm real fucking tired of this moment.
The way they glossed over this "instagram scandal" like oh, Garrett's learning, it's all ok, we all make mistakes! was just like so UGHHHHHHHH AMERICA WHHHHHY. And really, what no one is talking about at all is, did Becca compromise her values for "true love"? Or were those values sorta malleable anyway? Like maybe feminism isn't all that important once we throw a big overwhelming fairytale into the mix?
Basically Becca's sister Emily and her hair were the only thing I liked about this episode. I really don't have anything else to say about it unless you want to talk about how to make humanity better and eradicate hate and concrete strategies for making the world a better place while not falling into a deep depression.
Now the Succession finale -- there's something I want to talk about it! FUCKING KENDALL, RIGHT??? I love Shiv. And Kieran Culkin is just everything as Roman. And Greg! Greg with the blackmail! And what's the deal with Marsha! THANK GODDESS FOR SUCCESSION!