Even the Devil drinks a Sno Ball and even Mad Men can get hit in the face. “Dark Shadows” just wasn’t on its usual high level of awesomeness. It’s titled after the 1966 1971 vampire daytime drama (weirdly coinciding with Tim Burton’s movie remake released this weekend) that Megan’s redhead friend Julia is auditioning for. Megan laughs at the script and mocks she hasn’t seen a soap opera this bad and “isn’t it supposed to be scary?” and that’s how I feel about this episode. It was all soaped up with bloodthirsty rivalry, jealousy and fake crying and isn’t it supposed to be scary? But we didn’t really care. It was nothing new. How many times have we seen Pete get all puffed up and deflated, Don belittle his coworkers, Betty pick a petty fight http://www.kykshipping.com/spiritual-successor-the-toy-line-got-one-years-later-with-the/, Joan pick up the pieces, Roger seduce an ex, pay people off and crack Jew jokes? That’s kind of their thing. There was a real life smog emergency on Thanksgiving of ’66 so that was, um, a big dark shadow and the episode focuses on the emotional dark shadows hidden pasts, unspoken fears, insecurities, etc. that follow the characters around, but are usually more subtly exposed, only when hit by the light from a certain angle.
The show concluded in 2016, after eight seasons on the air. However Evans unexpected chemistry with Paige killed that plot line. Adorkable: Dr. Jeremiah Sacani. How adorkable? He’s got a note card to help him remember what to do to try and flirt with Divya. Affably Evil: Eddie Lawson. He’s a con artist who walked out on his own sons, then came back and swindled them out of their money. But, what’re you gonna do? He’s The Fonz. Ambiguously Jewish: The Lawsons, until “Keeping the Faith,” when it becomes more or less explicit. They aren’t the least bit observant, though. Interestingly, the professions of the seen Lawsons are incredibly stereotypically Jewish: Doctor (Hank), accountant (Evan), and shyster (Eddie). All you need is a lawyer and an academic and you have the Jewish home run. Lampshaded/played with in the episode where Evan and Paige get married. She reminds them that it’s the first day of Hanukah. and is surprised that all three Lawsons not only didn’t remember that it was, but don’t even have any of the trappings with which to observe. Annoying Younger Sibling: Evan. Arranged Marriage: Divya is drifting towards accepting her arranged marriage to a childhood friend. At the beginning, she tried to call it off, but when the engagement ceremony came around, she couldn’t bring herself to do it. However, it’s not like she couldn’t call it off or she hates the guy (he’s kind of clueless and cheerful, actually); she’s simply not certain she should be married to him. In the season two finale, it’s officially called off. Ironically, they do marry each other, it’s just by their own choice. As You Know; Parodied in 2×13, when Jill is paired up with a famous golfer and two random people. They ask her if she knows his story. She says she does, and they’re just so enthusiastic they tell her the audience Belligerent Sexual Tension: Divya and Evan had a number of frustrated arguments as Evan appeared to flirt with her and misinterpret some of her aggravation as her flirting back.
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