Here’s an episode of Bunheads . “There’s Nothing Worse Than a Pantsuit” is the high point of the back half of this season so far, and a shining hour in a show that I have a great deal of fondness for. There have been some real rough spots in this show more
" Take the Vicuna " was a departure from what we're used to seeing in Bunheads Season 1 . Practically the entire episode took place within the dance studio, with only a few scenes straying beyond that set. I can't say that I enjoyed it.
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Bunheads is a show that requires a great deal of willful suspension of disbelief to enjoy, as well as a large tolerance for characters that may be insufferable. Unfortunately, “Take the Vicuna” stretches too far on both counts in separate halves of the more
" The Astronaut and the Ballerina " was a bit of a bummer. The premise of Melanie taking to the rink as a roller derby queen is so exciting and instead of all the focus going in that direction (focus that was well earned by Emma Dumont's performance in " more
If there’s one thing this second half of a season of Bunheads is doing best, it’s making me love all the bunheads equally . Previously, if you’d asked me to pick a favorite, there’d be no hesitation before I said it was Boo. But Boo isn’t even in “I’ more
This hour was so full of cultural references that I couldn't have kept a list if I tried. I almost lost track of the plot in an attempt to catch them in the first few minutes, so if you want to give a shout out to your favorites in the comments, have at i more
Michelle’s back in Paradise, and teaching again. The Bunheads are reluctantly drifting back to school, holiday reading unfinished. It’s like Fall all over again, but in January. Yay!
Bunheads doesn’t take place in the real world. I know this, and I appreciate it, but still its flights of fancy can occasionally stretch the limits of the world a little too far for my tastes. Take the way “Channing Tatum Is A Fine Actor” introduced the more