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Episode 5: One Before Another

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Nov 13, 2016 7:49AM EST
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First of all, Hakeem's ostentatious display was revolting, Jamal's "free love for all" is a bit too far-fetched, especially since he explodes at every little thing. Andre is upsetting - I get it, he lost his wife, and he's attempting to cope but really? He's aiming to do so by becoming the person he supposedly detested. Lucious is the general ass he has made himself out to be since day 1, and seems to revel in everything panning out the way he planned it. and finally Cookie - the supposed strong, confident woman. It's sad that she's attempting to keep everyone and everything together only for it to repeatedly blow up in her face. Perhaps it's as poignant since it's a 'man's game' that she's strongly fighting against. Ultimately, despite her miniscule short-comings, I do hope everything works out for her as Cookie; not as a Lyon. The latter is becoming more of a burder as opposed to the Lion qualities it initially meant to convey. Sidenote: Anika. I had sincerely hoped that she'd be more... well whatever. After continuously sabotaging and finally killing Rhonda, I hope she "gets what coming to her." Her greedy, scheeming ass only deserves that.
First of all, Hakeem's ostentatious display was revolting, Jamal's "free love for all" is a bit too far-fetched, especially since he explodes at every little thing. Andre is upsetting - I get it, he lost his wife, and he's attempting to cope but really? He's aiming to do so by becoming the person he supposedly detested. Lucious is the general ass he has made himself out to be since day 1, and seems to revel in everything panning out the way he planned it. and finally Cookie - the supposed strong, confident woman. It's sad that she's attempting to keep everyone and everything together only for it to repeatedly blow up in her face. Perhaps it's as poignant since it's a 'man's game' that she's strongly fighting against. Ultimately, despite her miniscule short-comings, I do hope everything works out for her as Cookie; not as a Lyon. The latter is becoming more of a burder as opposed to the Lion qualities it initially meant to convey. Sidenote: Anika. I had sincerely hoped that she'd be more... well whatever. After continuously sabotaging and finally killing Rhonda, I hope she "gets what coming to her." Her greedy, scheeming ass only deserves that.
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