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Is anyone else watching this?
It's a Ryan Murphy show. Last season was The People v. OJ Simpson, which I thought was amazing. This season tells the story of when Gianni Versace was murdered.
The first episode of this season aired last night and it's goooooood.
Like the OJ Simpson story, I'm old enough to remember this happening, but was only halfway paying attention at the time, so a lot of it will be 'new' to me.
Between American Horror Story, Feud, and American Crime Story, whatever formula Ryan Murphy has found is really working for me!
I listen to MFM (SSDGM!! ) and love it. The whole 'fuck politeness' thing comes from the fact that a lot of victims have a sort of bad feeling about things, but are afraid of seeming rude, or hurting someone's feelings, so they continue. The ladies of this podcast are advocating that you listen to that feeling, to your 'gut', and instead of staying in a situation to be polite, get out. They're not saying be rude, but trust your judgement and get out of a situation if you're not comfortable.
(Hope I explained that well!)
I read this great article where the writer was like 'I'm excited for season 2, and will watch every episode and love it, but screw Elizabeth Moss and Samira Wiley for being such great actresses, and this show for being so good, and screw Margret Atwood for writing this book and making me feel this way". She says that this show has redefined 'hate watch' for her.
I get it, and am right there with her!
Garthgou81 said:Loved it...Also not trying to make this political, but it practically brought a tear to my eye.