Getting through The Expanse is becoming a real slog; the most unexceptional show I've probably seen. One positive is that I'll get to see David Strathairn soon, and hope he will lively up the show.
EDIT: I may have been a bit impatient; season 3 is kicking ass so far. And I have not yet even seen David Strathairn.
On a side note, it's uncanny how this show resembles Billions in terms of how they progressed quality-wise - Billions season 3 was also on another level compared to its previous seasons.
I started using JVN's moisturizer trick where you put it on the back of your hand and use your pinky to apply it. It concentrates the product into one place so you get hella moisture while using less product and it is such a great tip!
Is anyone here watching the new Queer Eye? It is so wholesome and such a lovely show.
I have such a blast watching it.
Yeah I kinda love it.
It's also refreshing. From what I remember, the original was kinda about making fun of people who don't have it together. I vaguely remember the episodes I saw, but looking back it seemed exploitative. But I also think it was a sign of the times and the fact that accepting LGBT+ culture in the US wasn't quite there yet.
This new iteration is all about helping people find their best selves and taking advantage of your best qualities. It's not about highlighting flaws and twisting the knife.
I literally cried during a few episodes. The early one with the bearded guy who refers to himself as "white trash" was damn good television. So refreshingly positive and educational.
This one dude they makeover likes anime and video games. Instead of making fun of him, they use his interests to help him find people in his city with similar interests and put his interests into his wardrobe and home decor.
I feel like a lot of makeover people would make fun of him for liking that stuff but they were really super nice about it and asked questions and took an interest in what he likes.