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Links: Wynonna Earp EP: Nicole and Waverly are ‘destined to be together in any universe’

From Dalene Rovenstine of Entertainment Weekly:

Link: Wynonna Earp EP: Nicole and Waverly are ‘destined to be together in any universe’
“If you go down the rabbit hole of rules, it gets really complicated and everybody starts sweating and it begins to feel like math, which is terrifying to me. So we just tried to make it as flexible as possible and emphasize the emotions of it and the relationships we wanted. We thought, let’s not get too hung up on precisely how exact it is — let’s just have fun with it.” Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Wynonna Earp: Emily Andras talks “Gone As a Girl Can Get”
“I love having a bunch of stuff on the shelf that you know we’re going to reach for and put into the game at some point, but you don’t know when. Sometimes, if we go long enough, you almost forget about it and you’re like ‘oh yeah, Bobo!’ I love doing stuff like that and think it’s really fun. It’s a great reward to hardcore fans who are dissecting it and taking notes.” Continue reading.

 

 

 

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Link: Dark Matter: Joseph Mallozzi talks “My Final Gift to You”

From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:

Link: Dark Matter: Joseph Mallozzi talks “My Final Gift to You”
“He’s so pained and weighed down by the knowledge, he knows the death of his clone will be a release because it’s going to be a release from knowing. And, true enough, when he’s on the other side he doesn’t remember. It’s almost as if he finds comfort in the death of his clone and the death of that memory.” Continue reading.

 

 

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Link: ‘Wynonna Earp’s’ Secret Weapon: Feminism in a Demon-Haunted World

From Kat Jetson of The Hollywood Reporter:

Link: ‘Wynonna Earp’s’ Secret Weapon: Feminism in a Demon-Haunted World
The July 21 installment (“Everybody Knows”) effectively serves as a 101 class in feminism, highlighted by the revelation that someone other than Doc could possibly be the father of Wynonna’s (Melanie Scrofano) child. Viewers soon learn that that someone is a misogynistic, Revenant-sized jerk. The episode shines a spotlight on the power and confidence that come from being an unapologetically flawed and emotional woman with all manner of desires and needs. A woman who is able to carry herself with dignity and respect and refuses to allow the judgment that comes with ladies’ choice, all while disarming every argument one would have against her by way of a bad-ass, slow-motion strut. Continue reading. 

 

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Link: Dark Matter: Ellen Wong on why Misaki doesn’t consider herself a villain

From Kelly Townsend of The TV Junkies:

Link: Dark Matter: Ellen Wong on why Misaki doesn’t consider herself a villain
“I feel that it’s always coming from a place of needing to make a decision for the greater good and sometimes it sucks to have to lose things along the way, but that’s part of war and that’s part of it being your home and your people in the long run. That’s my perspective.” Continue reading.

 

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