The Coincidental Critic

Exploring the art of storytelling.

Chemistry (SPOILERS)

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“Fly” was progressive in regards to feminism.  Quinn and Rachel fought for Mary to stay in the competition and fight ageism.  Also, we saw that while Quinn was more professional at the network pitch than Chet, she was ignored and not taken seriously.  This illustrated sexism in the workplace.

The sexual tension between Adam and Rachel is killing me!  Actors, Shiri Appleby (Rachel) and Freddie Stroma (Adam), have great chemistry.  Also, all of the dialogue and staging during their scenes have helped this tension blossom.  Great job on all parties involved!

Holy crap!  That ending!  Mary jumped to her death (unless she miraculously survives)!  I can’t even begin to imagine what’s going to happen next episode.

Remember when Adam and Anna set a secret date?  1) Did that actually happen? and 2) Wouldn’t they have noticed Mary on the roof?  Maybe we’ll find out next episode…

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