I went back to look at the Cass and Steve iterations of the house. It is amusing that wall color and fabric prints changed, but none of the subsequent owners ever rearranged the furniture. Blaine, Jordan, Steve, and Cass all kept their respective sofas in exactly the same place.
OK, I watched the season finale last year and then the season premiere last night, and I am kind of hooked on the campy charm of this reboot.
Although I still need to reference the original characters in my head in order to "translate" the current cast, Dynasty is a great example of using a reboot to correct the past. Melrose Place, 90210, and the Dallas reboot proved that nobody cares about new characters in our old shows. Recasting Fallon was a huge production error in the original, but this time the series is able to give her center stage and focus on her as the most interesti
Yeah. She likely still is, on the inside. As for the outside, with some concerted effort, in terms of self-care, she can be yet again.
I know some people find those scenes that feature group events to be chaotic but I love the choreography of the camera work against the ebb and flow of characters moving in and out of spaces. It looks so lively.
The scenes between Kim and John and Kim and Andy seem very realistic if what you would expect from a couple and their kid when the couple's split was not amicable.
My only quibble is tha