Season three of Awkward has been more about Jenna than the previous two, with our heroine spending an inordinate amount of time dithering about who she is and who she wants. This finale, ‘Redefining Jenna’, brings that all to a head when she’s literally f more
This is Jenna's story and the show doesn't typically absolve her from all responsibility, but it feels like she's getting off pretty easy right now. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/awkward-mid-season-finale-review-hopelessly-devoted-to-me-137100523249 more
What kind of Jenna are we in for now?
" Redefining Jenna " is going to keep me up for weeks as I think about it far after this review hits TV Fanatic. It’s a good thing this is only the first half of Awkward Season 3’s super sized season .
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Season three must have been a pretty grueling experience for Jenna/Matty fans so far, what with their relationship seemingly hanging by a thread every single week. Not that Matty has any idea, however – he thinks everything’s just peachy while Jenna is of more
" Reality Check " provided Jenna with some much-needed closure on her feelings for Collin.
I might have been a little hasty last week with my Jenna judgments. Because Awkward is told from Jenna’s perspective, we are always going to be privy to her own more
Jenna was still actively distancing herself from boyfriend Matty in this week’s Awkward, ‘Rubbed Raw and Reeling’, but she still hasn’t quite figured out why. This week her worries stemmed from Colin’s flirting and the seed of doubt planted in her suggest more
Matty's trust in Jenna never falters, even as he endures his groupies throwing themselves at him.
But, when faced with a similar situation, Jenna had a hard time saying no to Collin in " Rubbed Raw and Reeling ."
Jenna felt an instant attraction t more
Was it just me, or did Jenna’s stress spiral about being obnoxious in this week’s Awkward, ‘Guilt Trippin’’, just make her seem really obnoxious? I’ve enjoyed Jenna as our main character less and less this season, mainly because getting what she’d always more