Care to share why your anti CW Betty? You're entitled to your opinion but im curious to know why
Yeah dude! Here’s a short list:
1) The entire show is suddenly centered around her and her problems. Like, I get it, she has an unbelievably stressful and terrifying life but my boi Jughead over here is struggling with homelessness and his drunken father and his broken family?? And Ronnie is still struggling with the sudden loss of her dad??? And Archie is a victim of sexual abuse and trying to find himself???? Girl, I know you got it rough but you’re not the only one. 2) A follow up of the previous reason, this is RIVERDALE; this is a show about all of the main characters (that means that’s supposed to include Josie and Cheryl too) but it’s still basically a Betty Double Digest. One of the writers of the show also said she’s their favorite character which is why the entire plot revolves around her. 3) She is literally a Mary Sue. I think the writers were trying to make this fantastic, groundbreaking character arc from her but in episode one she was too afraid to try on a new lipstick shade and then suddenly in episode six she’s ransacking her mom’s purse and breaking into cars. That’s not a character arc that’s just the writers hopping from one personality to another. 4) Every other character is constantly villainized to make Betty’s character look better. Archie is portrayed as this complete asshole because he doesn’t feel romantically towards her??? She acted entitled to his affection just because she’s known him the longest???? Calm tf down like I get it, that sucks, but you can’t just blame him for it. 5) In the comics, she’s not like the ultimate character she is here. This is just because I’ve lived off of the comics since forever, but she’s suddenly got all of the best character traits leaving all the other characters to be portrayed as incomplete, the problematic fav, or just an antagonist. Like she suddenly has Veronica’s confidence, Juggie’s sass, Reggie’s complete devotion to his friends, etc. that just rubbed me wrong. 6) Torturing and almost killing a man is not “girl power” it’s just attempted homicide I’m sorry guys 7) She’s being paired with literally the only canon asexual (and seemingly aro) character I’ve ever seen and that makes me so angry
My godfather on my dad’s side, who I always called Uncle Rhys is German and a friend of dad’s from university
When Dad lived in Berlin with Rhys for a bit, Dad found he couldn’t like introduce himself to anyone in German without them like laughing or looking at him weird and it was because uncle Rhys taught him to introduce himself as
“Hi I’m [Ronnies Dad] and I live in the woods and eat heads”
while Malcolm knows the REAL spy is actually all other people everywhere.
(And considering that if you watch the rest of the 404 aired scene it does look a bit like backpack guy starts to turn around once he’s gone past Malcolm, which is probably a coincidence, but is it really?) (Well, yes, almost certainly, but.)
“Um.. who is that?” you whisper, eyes trained on the gorgeous motherfucker who just walked into your pool party with a shirt unbuttoned damn near to his navel, a chest full of tattoos and a hell of a dick print poking through those tight ass jeans.
The New Jack Swing is in all its states following the announcement of the release of the biopic of the mythical band of the 80s, New Edition. The band found success quickly thanks to Candy Girl, Can You Stand The Rain and If It Isn’t Love.
The sextet also made mention of him for his many internal rearrangements. Initially composed of 5 members, the group will face the departure of Bobby Brown, promoted to a solo career. Subsequently, New Edition will have different compositions.
All members of New Edition were particularly involved in the shooting, spending a lot of time. They were also widely consulted by producer Jess Collins for the development of the mini-series.
Keith Powers, About his role as Ronnie DeVoe
“I was honored I wanted to make Ronnie happy first. For me, this is the most important when I do an auto biography. No matter who I play, I just want to make the person concerned happy.”
Luke James, about his role as Johnny Gill
“This has not been seen for a long time, and we are grateful to be the faces of this joy, this vibration, this “black boy joy.”