Once about OUAT love, now more of a OUAT (and Adam Horowitz) hate blog (with a SF reblog here and there). Those who still think the show is the best thing ever and want 10,000 CS babies, you are not welcome here. This is only for those hate watchers out there who hate what their once favorite show has become and hate themselves for still giving a shit.
(Don't give me shit about the anon ask. I know there are plenty of nice anons out there, but there are also many who are just haters. If you don't want to be traced back to your blog, why should I listen to you?)
Yeah, except JMo is ga-ga for Colin’s looks and forgets how horrible Hook’s treated Emma.
So true. I have lost all respect for JMo. She whitewashes his character as badly as A&E who are now going to have the Charmings supportive of this toxic romance thanks to the “Snow Drifts” retcon of “Snow Falls”.
@ErinG46 have you ever addressed Adam about your pov regarding Hook’s problematic?— Hector (@HeckL45)agosto 14, 2014
@HeckL45 Yeah, long ago, several times. But he ignored me, of course. Never a single reply. So I gave up.— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 16, 2014
@HeckL45 Yeah, long ago, several times. But he ignored me, of course. Never a single reply. So I gave up.— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 16, 2014— Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014— Erin (@ErinG46)agosto 17, 2014
I am not surprised by his lame sympathetic response. Adam Horowitz promotes appalling messages about women that even women buy into. He is a prime offender of using language and portrayals of relationships and women that promote/condone rape culture, and his female cast and writers who go along with are bad feminists all around.
(I recommend Roxane Gay’s essays on the topic of the media, feminism, and rape culture. http://www.roxanegay.com/bad-feminist/)
Somehow I am just finding out about this “#UnfollowAMan" trend. Why unfollow a man on Twitter? The trendsetter Katie Notopoulos (@katie notopoulos) says their voices are obnoxiously loud and belligerent. I can think of one such man who regularly confuses being an ass with sass. He waxes enlightened on Twitter about how he writes empowered women for his daughters to look up to — while actually condoning physical violence against women, glamorizing skanky relationships, and has turned the women on his television show into dimwits who are regularly tied up, felt up, and have story-lines and character development entirely dependent upon getting into bed with men who’re either murderous villains in need of redemption through some sweet pussy as their sole inspiration to not punch little old ladies or poor saps destined to help get their nether regions consentually juicy after years of hard-core magical raping now-forgotten sex slaves. I know I want my future hypothetical daughters to look up to genocidal maniacs who physically assault the weak for their own gain — and the women (and men) who enable them! Right, ladies?
Who is this horse’s ass who thinks he’s turning old-school fairy tales into family friendly feminist material (instead of just fucking up the original creepy chauvinist material even more)? He goes by @AdamHorowitzLA and his narcissistic, misogynist voice needs some smothering. So if he’s on your Twitter feed and “has been kind of driving you nuts with his bad opinions… unfollow his ass.”
Homer Simpson, while watching a love triangle scene in The Survival Games (a Hunger Games parody)
All he wants to see is children fighting to the death. That was my feeling about OUAT 3A: Less Emma love triangle crap, more murderous Lost Boys.
(This quote is really bad out of context!)
Well, 24 is over… for now? It had such a great run. The ending was quite sad, but left pleanty of loose ends for another mini-series edition. Fans were so woried that it would be stale and past its prime, but I for one loved every hour of it. I wish more network dramas would switch to shorter seasons like cable and eliminate the stale plotlines. I have my fingers crossed that Jack will be back! Dammit!