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After all, there is a mini-horror film featuring David ducking Anders tucked nicely into this otherwise romantic episode. The range. The disparate tones and plots flow together in a natural and logical fashion, a reminder that this show can be really darn fun. Isobel in an environment where she feels safe and sexy is a glitter bomb of awesome. When he ditches the boa and turns Isobel around for some actual up close dancing, he burns up that atmosphere. It is super hot indeed, and it is also sweet.
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I very much ship this. Kybel has a nice ring to it, yes?
More Kybel! It is ificant that this bar is not just catered towards gay men. We see a range of gender expressions and couples. But, there can be a dynamic between straight white women and gay men where the first group seems to feel entitled to the performed sexuality of the second. Kyle feels a serious gravitational pull towards Steph. Justina Adorno does a great job of making Steph a bold, mysterious, but also quietly yearning person.
Meterochella is amazing, but the best part of the episode is absolutely every single second of Echo ship name for Max and Liz. It is impossible not to be giddy and giggly throughout the whole encounter. The Spanish mistakes are SO funny and so common! Liz is a flirty machine. We get to see Liz and Max fall in love with each other! The scenes are very intimate.
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Without the pressure of dark secrets between them, they can finally talk about some tough stuff. Enmeshed in all these important conversation points are sweet little idiosyncratic things. At the top here, I want to be clear that I am not a gay man, a bisexual man, or a black woman, and that colors my interpretation. The threesome scene is particularly ripe for multiple interpretations because it happens after this super-charged and scary event, after a discussion between Alex and Maria where Alex tells her like he likes her touch and will always love her even if she gets back together with Guerin, and in a small little space with poor lighting and even worse acoustics.
To me, the scene comes across as a misguided attempt for Maria to apologize to Alex and offer up the thing in her life that has come more naturally and with less pain: self-love and sex.
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Maria has had a lot of strife and adversity in her life. Where Alex lived in fear of his father destroying anything he ever dared to love, including himself, Maria was free to dream of a future filled with love and all the minutes in heaven she could ever want. Maria is not willing to give Guerin up for Alex. But, she also loves Alex and wants him to be able to experience self-love and acceptance and all the good things. She is an adder.
By that I mean, when things get hard in her life she works her gorgeous ass off to fix it by adding to her life. The Mexican Market is a good example of how Maria approaches her life. If she wants to grow, she does something extra so that she can have more experiences and resources. When we see the corn maze horror show, Maria does not wait to collect Alex or Michael before she runs away. We are still far too in the dark regarding her interior emotions and morals.
That needs to change. Alex is envious of Maria. It seems to me that he wishes he could love himself like she loves herself. He wishes he could stay. He wishes he could be the type of person to have all his fingers down in Never Have I Ever. He runs away to survive. He sacrifices himself to make sure the people around him are safe. He says yes because he wants to stop running away from experiences because of fear.
And because he loves these two people. And because he wants to have sex with Michael. And because he wants to even out the ratio of good and bad memories. But, the experience did for Alex what new and strange and risky consensual experiences often do for people: it clarified who he is and what he wants. What I can say is that experiences are not the same thing as identity.
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LGBTQIA people are allowed to experiment with different sexual practices and gender identities without changing their identity. This is more than just innocuous experimental fling. So, the stakes are high both for the writers and the characters themselves. But, for Alex, I think the payoff makes the choice absolutely worth it.
Alex does not want to be in a love triangle. That is not who he is. Alex walks toward the possibility of the type of love he wants and the one he deserves. Then his gorgeous spoken word. Malex may have a cosmic connection, but Alex and Forrest have a grounded, real, and piercing connection. That spoken word is really good. The whole threesome situation is complicated.
The feelings are complex and probably come more in waves than any kind of stable. What did you think of this episode of Roswell, New Mexico? Share your thoughts in the comments below! Follow us on Twitter and on Instagram! Want more from Tell-Tale TV? Subscribe to our newsletter here!
An attorney turned teacher, Janelle believes in the power of a well-told story. She is currently exploring how to tell short stories, characters or less, on twitter. A threesome between 3 people whose relationships to each other are currently on rocky ground is so dumb and nonsensical. Add in the fact that one of those people is a gay man and it becomes a big nope.
The whole thing was gross, and to paint it as any kind of logical happening is disturbing. Having Maria be the one to initiate it did nothing but throw her character under the bus and HH deserves better than that. It felt like something a bunch of drunk, high college kids might get up to, but grown ass adults, one with a stab wound? From the perspective of a gay man, it felt like something truly messed up just happened to Alex and its obvious the show will never admit to it and allow him to process those feelings. Which makes it even worse. Thank you for sharing your perspective!
I have hope that the show will really try to go there and let Alex unpack how and why that was manipulative and unfair. I also feel the show will keep trying to give Maria more development. Or something else entirely? Yeah, I dunno, even the good parts were saddled with clunky dialog, soap opera events and drive-by emotional arcs. I started S1 as a fan, left the finale as a non-fan, and S2 has done nothing to change my mind.
What a waste. Yes, please add me to your mailing list! Everything about the Meterochella night is brilliant. LIZ: Presertivos are condoms. LIZ: My hands have been inside your chest cavity Max, your gynecologist can suck it.