Movie Synopsis As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness. Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland.
Cast:Javier Muñoz (Hamilton), Lexi Lawson (Eliza), Sydney James Harcourt (Burr), Elizabeth Judd (Angelica), Christopher Jackson (Washington), Andrew Chappelle (Lafayette/Jefferson), Okieriete Onaodowan (Mulligan/Madison), Anthony Ramos (Laurens/Philip), Alysha Deslorieux (Peggy/Maria), Rory O'Malley (King George), Gregory Haney (Philip Schuyler/James Reynolds/Doctor), Roddy Kennedy (Samuel Seabury), Charles Lee (Neil Haskell), Ephraim Sykes (George Eacker)
These are the leggings I mentioned in my Girl Meets Screen Time - Crazy Hat. While not exactly the same, the leggings from the Girl Meets Bear stills are very reminiscent of her season one wardrobe. Riley has been wearing more pants this season while she wore more layered dress-over-leggings in season one.
@minkusintl spotted the similarities between the pink cardigans in Girl Meets Truth and Girl Meets Sassy Halter Top. Again while not exactly the same, they are similar enough for the audience to notice.
Given that what we know about the episodes, Girl Meets Sassy Halter Top particularly, this highlights how little Riley has been allowed to grow throughout the seasons. The wardrobe department really wanted the audience to realize that the Riley Committee was bad for Riley, and her repression of Maya is because of Maya’s repression of her. She has regressed some, but it is not as noticeable as with Maya and Lucas because she was never allowed to grow in the first place. Just like Maya started acting more like her season one self before starting to re-grow (though it is still going to be a long time before she is back to where she was at the start of season 3), be prepared for Riley to come across as immature during these episodes to highlight how much she needs to grow to be the person she was meant to be.