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A thread just for trolls who seem to love to say things to me like:

“You’re a has been.”

“You have no career.”

“You’re just trying to stay relevant.”

Want to know the facts about my career right now? Read on...
I’m currently shooting the 2nd season of my wildly successful Netflix show called #Insatiable. Season 1 was one of the most binge watched shows of 2018. It’s available to stream now. Enjoy! fortune.com/2018/12/11/the…
On Wednesdays you can catch me hosting Project Runway All Stars on Lifetime. Enjoy! mylifetime.com/shows/project-…
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Well @Netflix someone took your show producers "watch our garbage before you judge its foul smell" advice.

So many other things you get so right. But in this case? We told you so. mamamia.com.au/insatiable-net…
This isn't just a @Netflix thing. Shout down to @hbo.

In what other business do the people who support and buy your product get told we don't know what we're talking about?
How often does a show with a premise we believe is awful turn out to be both great and a smashhit?

Even limit your scope to shows after the mainstreaming if social media.
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Alright. It's been a fun summer vacation. But okay. Let's actually do a #FatStudyGroup thread on the various wrongs of fat suits and talk about why thin people need to shut the entire fuck up. #Insatiable, this is for you and all your defenders.
So let's start with Katharina R. Mendoza's essay Seeing Through the Layers: Fat Suits and Thin bodies in The Nutty Professor and Shallow Hal in the Fat Studies Reader.
Mendoza focuses on Shallow Hal and The Nutty Professor because, like Insatiable, this is a fat suit being used to tell a story. These are stories about, presumably, fat characters who become or are perceived as thin, unlike movies like Big Momma where the fat suit is diegetic.
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OK, I’m gonna chat a bit about Buffy, Insatiable, and comic books. Yes, I know, bear with me.
The really tired plot of #Insatiable reminded me more of the revenge fantasy of Carrie than the redemption fantasies (w. the “revenge” more subtle) of male-centered superhero stories, where the marginalized outsider gains great powers (Captain America, Spider-Man, etc)
Note the classic Superman dynamic: Clark Kent is an unassuming geek, and Lois must learn to love him to “deserve” Superman. I can’t immediately think of versions of this dynamic with the genders reversed.
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So I’ve been wanting to be play this game..Finally going to do it...
1. (#Damon & #Elena) #Delena |You want a love that consumes you. You want passion and adventure, and even a little danger..#TVD
2. (#Liam & #Steffy) #STEAM | No one can stop us. You know why? Because we are written in the damn stars.
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