**This is a spoiler-free review so feel free to read on!**
“We have to live our best lives now…”
Pivotingpremiered on January 9th 2022 on Fox and Hulu. The comedy series stars Maggie Q, Ginnifer Goodwin and Eliza Coupe. Episodes air weekly and run for approximately 22-24 minutes.
Set in Long Island, New York, three best friends deal with the death of the fourth member of their group, as they come to the realization that they need to make some drastic changes in their lives while they still have time.
Here is the trailer:
Pivoting immediately gives off vibes of Bad Moms, Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives, as these three fantastic ladies bring a lot of laughs to the table. Is it worthy of your next watch?Let’s find out…
I can’t get enough of this trio!
I tuned into this show because I absolutely love Maggie Q and I will pretty much watch her in anything. I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this show right from the start and the major reason why is because of the talent of these three ladies.
This show is witty and smart and it was a breath of fresh air. More please!
A familiar premise but great delivery.
I’ve seen this type of show before but that doesn’t matter because I think this show is a true gem. The interaction between the three main characters just works effortlessly and the comedy didn’t feel forced, which often happens when I watch network sitcoms. So far it’s off to a great start!
The separate plots need some work…
I personally preferred the banter and the moments when the three main characters were together to their individual plots. There was nothing really wrong with them, but they felt a little generic and the true magic seemed to happen when they were all together. That might just be because the show is still trying to find its identity and what really works, but I’m confident that we will get there.
So am I in or out?
If you’re looking for a lighter comedy to indulge in, you’ve come to the right place. These three ladies deserve to be in the spotlight and so far I am loving this comedy gold.
I can’t wait to see what happens next!
I hope you enjoyed the review and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Pivoting in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
PLAY BY THE RULES…STAY ALIVE…
A harmless night of fun turns deadly for six college friends but the game has only just begun. Take a mystery thrill ride right from your own living room. Dash and Seek is out now! I hope you enjoy!
Happy Monday TV fans! After watching Showtime’s The Affair last night, I realized that it is never too late to try and change our own story. Alison Bailey is proof of that. Over the years, Alison has been broken, like a wounded bird, desperately trying to cling to some kind of temporary moment of bliss. Even though Alison began to make real changes in her life, her true metamorphosis occurred when she took Helen’s advice and decided to change her narrative, refusing to let men treat her a certain way. That made this episode even more tragic, dark, and heartbreaking for me. I was so proud of Alison’s strength here, but sometimes there is a darkness in others that tries to stifle even the faintest light, dragging it deep into the ocean. But not everything stays beneath the surface for long. Please note major spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “409,” Alison prepares for her conversation with Ben and confronts him about his lie. While the temptation remains, Alison focuses all of her energy on doing the right thing and finding out the truth. Alison’s fate is finally revealed to the audience, which is both shocking and devastating. My top 5 moments from The Affair season 4 episode 9 are:
“All I want is to somehow be forgiven.”
Part one of the episode is from Alison’s perspective, as she anxiously waits for Ben to arrive. When he shows up, Alison does her best to keep the conversation going and explains that she has some things she wants to address with Ben. Before she can get a chance, Ben reveals to Alison that he is married and that he has just left his wife. Alison explains that she already knew this information and that she is “done being a woman you lie to your wife about.” After all, Alison has already lived through this before and she knows that “it doesn’t end well.” Ben opens up to Alison and tells her about his time as a soldier in Afghanistan and how he killed a kid by mistake, which has left him with a never-ending hole of guilt, weighing down on his conscience constantly. He explains that he was not the same person when he returned and this impacted everything, including his marriage. Alison compassionately listens to him, understanding what it means to walk around with that pain every day.
“Don’t mess with my heart, OK?”
Ben agrees to fix Alison’s sink even after she tells him she can’t see him anymore and then she agrees to make him dinner. It seems like their break-up is amenable and I instantly began to question everything since we know that this is not the story that Ben told Cole and Noah. Ben asks Alison to dance with him and Alison asks him, “What happens to us? The ones who can’t be forgiven.” Ben answers that he wants to live and the two share a kiss. He asks Alison what she wants and she gives in to Ben and begins kissing him back. This leads to them making love and it seems like everything is perfect between them now. Only it’s too perfect and now we know why.
“Tell me the truth.”
Alison is cleaning up in the kitchen and hears a knock at the door. The rain is still pouring outside and she looks down at the sink, which is now broken again. When she opens the door, Ben is standing there and part two from Alison’s perspective begins. One of the reasons why I adore this show so much is because we get to see things from different perspectives. Usually each story has its own version or variation of the truth, but we ultimately get to peek into the hearts and minds of our favorite characters. When part two opened up with Alison again, I realized that the first part was merely a dream or a fantasy of what could be. Reality was now at the door and I was on the edge of my seat, fearing for the worst. When Alison tells Ben she needs to talk to him, he is no longer kind and gentle like in the first part. He tells her never to stand him up again and is clearly angry and on edge. Ben begins drinking when he tells Alison about his time in Afghanistan, which now reveals that Ben knew that the kid he killed was not holding a real weapon. Alison tries to ask him why he would do this and his anger begins to escalate even further.
“I don’t owe you a thing.”
We know that Ben has a problem with drinking and his behavior begins to become erratic. He breaks down when Alison tells him to leave and cries in her lap and begs her to be with him. Alison has had enough; however, and is ready to embrace the strong woman within. She tells Ben she knows that he is married and it’s like a new darkness comes over Ben. He is now suddenly calmer, but the danger is nowhere near gone. He tells Alison that she better not tell his wife, threatening her. Alison tells him that she won’t if he leaves and he turns everything around on her. Ben tells Alison that she broke up other marriages and that he will only leave if she admits that this is her fault. Alison stays strong and tells Ben, “I don’t owe you a thing.” While I was so proud of Alison in this moment, I feared what would happen next. Ben attacks Alison and hits her over the head. As the blood rushes down on Alison’s face, her life began pouring out of her. While I was hoping to be wrong about Ben, the reality of him being Alison’s murderer became painfully obvious when I realized that there were no other characters in this episode at the beginning of part two.
“I just want to live a different life. I want to live a different story.”
At the end of the episode, we see Ben dumping Alison’s body into the ocean by the rocks. Alison’s last monologue is heard, which is beyond heartbreaking. Alison talks about wanting to live a different life or story so that she could be someone who could be happy. She took Helen’s advice and finally tried to be strong and stand up for herself, but Ben refused to allow her the chance at a fresh start. We see Alison’s body sinking to the bottom of the ocean, as this life is over for her. In this moment, I wanted nothing more for Alison than for her to get another chance. She has been through so much loss and pain along the way and it seems beyond unfair that her story ends just when she was starting to fight for the spark of life that had been trapped away for so long. This episode was compelling and dark, revealing the ugliness that can lurk beneath the surface. Alison was not perfect and she was completely aware of this, but she didn’t deserve what happened to her and I am hoping that Cole gets the chance to bring Ben to justice. While Alison’s story may be over, Cole’s love for her will not burn out, keeping her memory alive. Farewell Alison. You deserved better. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on The Affair below in the comments section. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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Happy Monday TV fans! After watching Showtime’s The Affair last night, I learned that we sometimes have to go back to the past and walk in the steps of those before us in order to truly know which path to take for our own future. We may find answers to a mystery that we never even knew existed or realize that we have never made a single choice for ourselves, but what we do next can help determine who we are and who we can still become. We don’t have to travel across the country to find it, but sometimes we need to escape just for a little while to listen to our heart and find out what or who it truly desires. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “405,” Cole journeys to Morro Bay, California to find out more about his father’s surfboard, but meets someone unexpected from his father’s past who will potentially change his future. Meanwhile, Vik feels like his whole world is crashing down around him, desperate to turn off the reality of his situation and live in the moment. My top 5 moments from The Affair season 4 episode 5 are:
“I can’t do it alone.”
Part one of the episode opens up with Vik and it was refreshing to see things from his perspective. Typically when we learn anything about Vik, it is from Helen’s eyes, so this was a nice change. Vik certainly has a lot on his plate, as he has just found out that he has stage 4 pancreatic cancer and is looking for some way to give his short life meaning. After trying to talk to his parents, his father asks him, “Why do you have to be so cruel?” Vik is merely trying to let his parents know about his life insurance policy and prepare them for the inevitable, but they don’t want to hear the truth about his situation. Vik hopes to have better luck with Helen and is disappointed when the fertility doctor explains that their situation has not improved in order for Helen to have a baby. Helen admits that she has not been giving herself the shots as much as she should because she really doesn’t want to have a baby in a world without Vik. While one can understand where Helen is coming from, who already has four children, Vik is crushed by this and is angry that Helen has lied to him once again.
“I haven’t made a single choice for myself.”
After realizing that his day isn’t going to get any better, Vik decides not to return to work at the hospital and instead buys a fancy Porsche with no hesitation. After going off on his neighbor, Sierra, for leaving her garbage can out again, Sierra is distracted by his new shiny car and suggests that they take it for a ride. After testing out how fast the car can go, Vik gets pulled over and starts laughing when the cop tells him that they could have gotten killed. He blurts out that he has stage 4 cancer and the cop reminds him this isn’t the first time he has heard this from someone. Vik tells him, “so write me a ticket then,” not caring about the consequences of his actions, as Sierra is shocked to find out that that Vik is dying. Vik later returns to Sierra’s home and the two talk about their lives and Vik comes to the realization that every single choice he has made has been for his parents. He finally makes a decision for himself when he decides to sleep with Sierra, but will he be able to tell Helen what happened? Vik is all about living in the moment right now, but what happens when reality begins to set in again?
“I come with the room.”
In part two,Cole travels out to Morro Bay, California and meets the beautiful and mysterious, Delphine, played by the brilliant Phoebe Tonkin. Cole initially declines her forward advances, but eventually gives in to temptation after the two of them bond later in the episode. Cole recognizes that his affair with Delphine is fleeting and temporary and she is perfectly OK with that, explaining that Cole doesn’t need to apologize to her because it was something she wanted. Even though Cole will probably never see Delphine again, it’s clear that she has had an impact to him, opening his eyes to the truth that he kept hidden away for so long.
“You look so much like someone I used to know.”
Perhaps the biggest surprise for Cole is that he meets Nan, who is beyond shocked when Cole walks through the doors of the Perino Gallery. Cole discovers that Nan is the one who made his father’s surfboard and quickly learns that they also had an affair for a summer. Nan is very welcoming to Cole and has a free spirit charm that is endearing. She confides in Cole about his father and tells him that he was adventurous, which drastically differs from Cole’s own memories about his father, who he described as “emotionally depressed.” After revealing that his father died many years back, Nan is beyond upset. Cole realizes that their affair was not meaningless, as Nan truly loved his father. She shows Cole the love letters that she continued to write him for 10 years after he went back home and Cole starts to see everything with fresh new eyes. Nan explains that she thought of Cole’s father, Gabriel, as her soul mate and her destiny. She shows him that the symbol on his surfboard contains their initials, intertwined for eternity. You can see the love in Nan’s eyes when she talks about Gabriel, as she tells Cole that he called her “wild eyes” and said that he didn’t know that women like her existed in the world. Nan admits to Cole that they wanted different things and that she has no regrets, but that he had to return home because Cherry was pregnant and threatened to kill herself. Cole is shocked to learn this, but Nan explains that she tried to do an “exorcism” of sorts through letters to give Gabriel the opportunity to free himself from her and move on with his life.
“Take care of your mind, body, and soul.”
After learning about the “exorcism” that Nan describes, Cole takes this opportunity to try it out for himself and to use it on his own feelings for Alison. Nan reads each of the five letters to him, which are assigned with a task and asks Delphine to be his guide through this experience. The letters start off with tasks like finding something in nature that has the scent of the one you love and writing down everything you love about that person. It then escalates to burning these items along with the scent and stating out loud everything you hate that you associate with them. Cole finally allows his emotions and feelings to reach the surface and his words are beyond moving. He finally says that, “I hate that you gave up on me and I hate that I can’t give up on you.” Delphine reminds him to state his intention as he says these words and burns everything and he finally says, “I want to be free of you.” During Cole’s “exorcism” of his feelings for Alison, the song, “The Night We Met” by Lord Huron is playing in the background. If you have ever seen the show, “13 Reasons Why,” this is the song that played when Clay and Hannah danced together and it instantly tugs at your emotions and you will find yourself crying before you know it. You can listen to the song here. This song was the perfect soundtrack to Cole’s “exorcism,” as he allows himself to try and be free of Alison, but tells Nan the next day that he only feels worse and it didn’t work. Nan tries to tell him it worked for his father because the last task was to send back the letters and she has them. Cole looks closely at the postmark and tells Nan that his father never sent them, as it was postmarked two years after he died. He realizes that Cherry must have found them and sent them back to Nan, crushing her hope that Gabriel’s love for her still existed. Cole explains that his father hung himself on his 10th birthday, just a couple of weeks after the last letter arrived.
This moment is heartbreaking, but Nan finally learns the truth that Gabriel’s love for her never burned out and Cole now understands that he is still in love with Alison and that he needs to tell her how he feels before it’s too late. Delphine tells Cole to “take care of his mind, body, and soul,” before he goes and Cole thanks his father, as he leaves Morro Bay behind. After watching this episode, I almost wish that part two was the entire episode, but I do think it is important that we saw what is going on with Vik as well. That being said, part two of the episode was so beautifully written and well executed and may have been one of the most beautiful moments I have ever seen on the show. Now that we know how Cole feels about Alison, will she return his love before it’s too late? Does Cole get a chance to tell Alison that he loves her before she goes missing? Stay tuned, as things continue to heat up each week!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on The Affair below in the comments section. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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Happy Monday TV fans! After watching Showtime’s The Affair last night, I learned that it is possible for people to change and that sometimes we need to realize when it’s time to let go. That’s easier said than done, however; as we all have something we cling to from our past. Whether it is a memory, a feeling, or something material, sometimes it’s enough to allow us to keep the past alive without it impacting our present and future. But what happens when we can’t let something go? Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet. In last night’s episode, “402,” Cole meets with new potential business partners and decides on whether or not to franchise “The Lobster Roll.” Meanwhile, Alison is thriving at her new job at the Woodlawn Center and meets a heroic stranger who has the potential to spark a new romance in her life. My top 5 moments from The Affair season 4 episode 2 are:
Luisa gets pulled over.
Part one of the episode opens up with Cole and we learn that he is still with Luisa, but that she is undocumented and unable to obtain her green card. While living in a small town where everyone knows Cole has its advantages, Luisa runs into some unexpected trouble when she gets pulled over by a police officer when she is driving Cole home from the beach. Luisa starts shaking in the car and Cole holds her hand, as he tries comforting her and letting her know that everything will be alright. Luckily, the police officer gets another call that he needs to respond to and he lets Luisa off with a warning, but this scare is enough to bring her fears to the surface. I found myself holding my breath in this moment as well, but I don’t think this is the last time that we will see a potential problem for Luisa.
“We’re not in high school anymore.”
Cole and Luisa are meeting with potential business partners and Alison is late for the meeting. Alison is still Cole’s business partner, but he often feels like he is alone on this. Alison finally makes it to the meeting, but Cole is not happy with her. After the business partners leave, he asks Alison to “show up on time” and to “dry your hair.” Alison is surprised by Cole’s focus on appearances and asks him, “Since when do you care so much what city people think?” Times have changed, however; and Cole is right when he reminds her that they are not in high school anymore. It seems like Cole is desperate to go back to the past, however. He has a steady marriage to someone who truly loves him and the chance to make some real money, but Cole is still not happy. Even though he made the decision to be with Luisa, it seems like some part of him will always be with Alison. Will he ever be able to get over her? Is there any chance that they can still make things work after so much time and so much pain caused by both parties?
“You can’t shoot someone just because they drew on your face.”
After Cole wanders off alone on the beach at night, he comes across some of the surfers he ran into earlier and decides to sit down with them. Cole seems anxious to turn off his feelings anyway he can and zones out periodically, listening to the sound of the waves in the background. When Cole wakes up on the beach, the kids are gone and he discovers that they drew all over his face. Cole is furious, but Luisa makes light of the situation when she puts things into perspective. Later in the episode, Cole comes face to face with one of the kids who did this to him and threatens to call the police, but the kid gives him an unwanted dose of reality when he reminds him that his brother sold him the first drugs he ever did. It seems like Cole is unable to escape his past and reputation and is in desperate need of a fresh start. But is he ready for this step?
“It’s also something you and I built together.”
In part two, we see everything from Alison’s perspective and view the conversation between her and Cole differently. Alison seems ready to give up “The Lobster Roll” and reminds Cole that it was more of his brother’s dream than his. Cole confides in Alison and reminds her that it’s something they built together, revealing that he is still trying to hold on to something from the past. Alison seems ready to move on, but Cole is unable to break this hold she seems to have over him. While it appears that Alison is ultimately going to pursue someone else romantically, the feelings between Alison and Cole are still present underneath the surface, but nothing stays buried for long.
“What are you doing in 5 months, 2 weeks, and 2 days?”
In part two, we get a glimpse into Alison’s new life and I have to say I am so proud of her. Ever since I began watching the show, Alison reminded me of a wounded bird in desperate need of rescuing. The pain brewing inside her was so real and painful to watch and I couldn’t help but be sympathetic toward her. Alison relied heavily on actions of self-destruction, addicted to numbing the pain anyway she could, but times have really changed and it seems like completely immersing herself into her memories of Gabriel have been the key to getting her back on the right track. Alison does peer-to-peer counseling at the Woodlawn center and seems to really be making a difference with the people she is counseling. Alison is even strong enough to keep a photo of Gabriel right next to one of Joanie, which proves that she is finally dealing with the past in a healthy and acceptable way. Alison meets a dashing stranger named Ben who used to serve in the military and sparks are immediately detected between these two. When Alison is violently confronted by the husband of her patient, Ben comes to her rescue and saves her. This leads to a long conversation over a cup of coffee where Alison learns quite a bit about Ben and is intrigued by his commitment to staying sober and abstinent. It seems like they both have complicated pasts, but are ready to move on. Ben explains that he wants to meet someone where he doesn’t need to get wasted because he won’t want to miss any of it and Alison tells him she thinks that he is fascinating. After saying goodbye to Alison, he later calls her on Skype and asks her what she is doing in “5 months, 2 weeks, and 2 days,” recognizing that Alison is certainly worth the wait. It seems like Alison finally has the chance at a healthy relationship, but I can’t help wondering if the mystery surrounding her possible disappearance has to do with Ben? We will have to stay tuned to find out, but I am very excited to see this new romance unfold for Alison.
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on The Affairbelow in the comments section. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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Happy Friday TV fans! The weekend is almost here and these drastic changes in weather here in New York have brought out all sorts of clothing changes. Heavy coats were swapped out for chic leather jackets, giving each one of us the chance to shine on our own runway. Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl got it right when she said “fashion is art and culture and history and everything I love combined.”
Whether you are channeling a certain era in time or embracing a new trend you spotted in a magazine, fashion is all about expression and creation. You can change up your style with each new outfit, depending on your mood or destination, which makes it so truly wonderful. For today, I am going to be looking at female TV characters with some serious style. Whether they are trying to rule the world…or their high school or looking for an escape from the mundane world of suburbia, these ladies are beyond well-dressed. They’ve become my inspiration when plotting my own next ensemble.
My top 5 most fashionable female characters on TV are:
Veronica Lodge from Riverdale.
I’ve been quite impressed with the fashion on Riverdale. Every character really embraces it and is not afraid to try out new trends, but I have to give the top spot from the show to Miss Veronica Lodge. When she arrives from the big city, she brings her expensive wardrobe with her and is not afraid to show it off. Veronica truly has an Audrey Hepburn inspired look, carefully completing each ensemble with simple but classic accessories, such as her pearl necklace. Veronica always looks flawless and ready for anything. It’s no wonder she is able to stand up to her parents and the other adults in this town. She’s dressing the part and means business.
Emily Thorne from Revenge.
You can’t help not rooting for Emily on her quest for revenge against the Grayson family who she believes is responsible for the downfall of her father. Emily takes on her new identity and plans to step into the elite world of the Hamptons, Long Island. You would never doubt for a second that she doesn’t belong, as she makes an entrance with poise and confidence. Emily’s wardrobe is beyond beautiful. She tends to favor reds and floral patterns, typically leaving her long blonde hair down in soft waves, giving her a certain Veronica Lake vibe. Emily even challenges the notorious Victoria Grayson without batting an eyelash. Even her casual wardrobe screams The Hamptons, embracing simple cardigans and nautical sweaters with fitted jeans. No matter where the social event is, Emily Thorne is there to make a statement and her wardrobe absolutely helps her accomplish this.
Gabrielle Solis from Desperate Housewives.
When ex-model, Gabrielle moves to Wisteria Lane with her rich husband, Carlos, she has traded in her runway days for the quiet life of suburbia. However, that doesn’t mean Gabrielle is about to sacrifice her wardrobe in the process. Even though most of the other women on the block dress casual and simple, Gabrielle looks fabulous in brightly colored ensembles. Even when she does her Yoga, she has on brightly colored matching velour sweats. Gabrielle’s dresses are her trademark, however. She absolutely adores anything that is couture. In a hilarious moment on the show, Gabrielle’s entire walk-in closet is destroyed by a horrible leak in the ceiling and her screams of distress are absolutely sympathetic. When Gabrielle begins dating her second husband, Victor, she seems to have more fun going through his ex-wife’s closet, even borrowing a few outfits. Unfortunately for Gabrielle, the ex spots her in the outfit and Gabrielle is forced to strip in the bathroom and hand over the goods. Luckily, Gabrielle can pull off any outfit…or lack of one in this case, so she was in the clear.
Buffy Summers from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
I was a teenager myself when watching Buffy and I have to say that she was my inspiration for my own style. I remember trying to find the perfect prom dress that looked like hers because I adored it that much. Whether Buffy was rocking a pair of cute leather boots with a short dress or skirt or wearing one of her beautiful statement coats, she always looked fierce while defeating the many threats in Sunnydale. While she was great at accessorizing, perhaps her best accessory was her cross-bow which really went with every outfit. Later in the series, Buffy traded out many of her short dresses for cute leather pants and soft sweaters, embracing hoop earrings and cute hairstyles. No matter what outfit she wore, she always looked comfortable and cute, which is sometimes really hard to do! Either way, Buffy still remains an absolute influence on my own fashion and style.
Some honorable mentions before revealing my number one pick are:
Hanna Marin from “Pretty Little Liars”
Cheryl Blossom from “Riverdale”
Serena van der Woodsen from “Gossip Girl”
Olivia Pope from “Scandal”
Victoria Grayson from “Revenge”
Aria Montgomery from “Pretty Little Liars”
Felicity Smoak from “Arrow”
Joan Watson from “Elementary”
Blair Waldorf from Gossip Girl.
So if the quote at the beginning didn’t give me away, my number one pick for most fashionable female TV character has to be awarded to Blair Waldorf. The Queen B herself, Blair embodies fashion and style. Her number one accessory is always her headband, which basically represents a crown, but she wears it so well. Blair, like Veronica Lodge, has an Audrey Hepburn vibe going on, but takes it to an entirely new level. Whether she is rocking a preppy outfit with knee-socks or a breathtaking gown, Blair plans every single detail of her outfit. Her endless amounts of coats are to die for and her handbags are elegant and the perfect pop of color. I’m sure fans around the world (including me) would love to go through her closet just to be that close to a work of art that will never go out of style. Blair’s love for fashion is absolutely apparent and even when she is scolding her minions; it’s hard not to root for her because she looks absolutely fabulous in every scene.
I hope you enjoyed the list and please feel free to post your thoughts and comments below on some of your picks for the most fashionable female TV characters. Happy viewing!