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    What makes Kimmy Schmidt so unbreakable?

    Dealing with hard issues using humour, with focus on Netflix Original, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Tina Fey explores a survivor’s journey after escaping years of abuse with lightness and humour. Moreover, the show also makes reference to issues of cultural appropriation (or misappropriation), political-correctness, and other contemporary social issues.

    • What I like about this show is how it has an almost satirical approach to the topics you've mentioned, and so, it's not 'mindless' humour. Additionally, I think Kimmy is very relatable. There are so many traits to explore that make her an excellent character such as her modesty, genuineness and undefeated optimism. Try giving that a shot too! – Suman 4 years ago
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    • I think in particular the issues with PTSD in the second season would be a notable example of Kimmy's endurance – Darcy Griffin 4 years ago
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    • It took me a moment to appreciate this show, but as it progressed, I enjoyed the way in which difficult subjects were tackled in a comical manner without mocking the seriousness of the issues covered. – danielle577 4 years ago
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    tracyrwdeboer

    Fantastic article.

    What The Audience Got Wrong About "Gone Girl"
    tracyrwdeboer

    I completely agree that Spectre was a letdown. It was especially sad to see because it was the conclusion of the Daniel Craig Bond, a refreshing and deeper incarnation of Bonds before him. Personally, I’m looking forward to a Black Bond.

    Why was Spectre a Disappointment?
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    I always loved Friends growing up, and so much of it has permeated my own growing up, and even my current mid-late twenties. What I find the most strange is going back to watch the episodes now, realizing that there are so many jokes and bits I would have never understood as a kid that now ring true for me as an adult. It makes me wonder what I liked so much when I was a kid… it’s the show that rewards multiple watches…it’s a comfort.

    The Effect of "Friends"