Don’t Hold Your Breath For That “Charmed” Reunion


You remember in the first Scream movie when Rose McGowan’s character tried to escape through the doggie access in the garage door and that asshole Ghostface flipped the switch? And she got smooshed? Well, that’s what Rose has been doing to Hollywood since she became one of the first female celebrities to speak openly about Harvey Weinstein. Showbiz has been trying to escape out the doggie door and Rose is smooshing those fools!

Sometime back, Rose shaved her head, said “EFF IT” to her career, loosened her cannon, and started tweeting. Since the Weinstein situation broke, she’s been calling everyone out in Hollywood whom she feels is either an abuser or complicit in said abuse.Take for example, her former Charmed co-star Alyssa Milano. Despite Alyssa’s now famous tweet urging her followers to use the #MeToo hashtag (that was started by social activist Tarana Burke in 2006), Rose remains unimpressed. Specifically, because Alyssa has also been going to bat for Harvey Weinstein’s now ex-wife, fashion designer Georgina Chapman. Much like you won’t see Rose wearing Marchesa anytime soon, you also won’t see her signing on to a Charmed reunion. Rose went in on Alyssa on Twitter on Friday. Eh, once you fire Shannen Doherty, your show is going to suck anyways.

Alyssa appeared on Megyn Kelly’s sad-ass show this week and gave us an update on how Georgina has been doing. Once the sick details of his decades-long predatory behavior began coming to light, Ms. Chapman left a vapor trail leaving his creepy ass. via Vulture

“Georgina is doing very well … she’s an amazing woman, and I think her priority right now is focusing on how to raise those two children to the best of her capacity given the situation,” she said. “She goes through very dark times. She’s very sad. This is not easy for her, but I have no doubt that not only will she come out on the other side of this, but she deserves to. She’s a good woman.”

Rose, who appears to be firmly in the “How did she not know and if she did know, how could she stay with him?” camp, lit up Samantha Micelli, which made some cheer for her and others say, “Err, Rose, you need to step away from Twitter for a minute.”

Consider The Book of Three closed! Rose also brought the Patron Saint of Complicit Wives into the mix with another tweet.

Rose also took aim at Meryl Streep. The chameleon queen appeared at the Massachusetts Conference for Women on Thursday and referred to the Harvey horror as “the most gargantuan example of disrespect” towards women. Rose read that headline and obviously felt that Meryl needed to upgrade her vocabulary when it came to describing the actions of a sexual predator. And also called her “a lie.

To keep relating this back to Hollywood, think of Rose as Guillermo Diaz in Half-Baked and most of the other celebs are her co-workers.

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You Don’t Have to Be a Fan of Medical Dramas to Love The Good Doctor

I’ve never been a fan of medical dramas, but that’s all changed since I started watching The Good Doctor. While I don’t understand half of the medical jargon on the show, it’s the heartbreaking storylines and incredible acting that keep me coming back week after week. Seriously, if Grey’s Anatomy and This Is Us had a TV show baby, it would be this.

The ABC series — which is based on the 2013 South Korean series of the same name — follows a young surgical resident named Shaun Murphy, who has autism and savant syndrome, and the daily situations he finds himself in at San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital. While his residency is initially met with hesitancy from the board at the hospital, his brilliant mind and ability to see things differently from his peers eventually prove to the rest of his team that he is just as capable as anyone else. If any of this sounds similar to House, it’s because David Shore, who created the hit Fox series starring Hugh Laurie, is the showrunner.

While a large part of the show’s success can be credited to Shore’s incredible vision, it is without a doubt Freddie Highmore’s amazing portrayal of Shaun that has won over audiences (myself included). The British actor, who also serves as a producer on the show, might only be 25 years old, but he proves time and time again that he is one of the most versatile actors on TV. Getting his start as a child actor, Highmore has played everything from an ill-fated psycho killer to a curious boy in a chocolate factory during his 18-year career. After wrapping his iconic role as Norman Bates on Bates Motel earlier this year, Highmore has since captivated fans with his endearing portrayal of the doctor. Season one hasn’t even wrapped yet, and he is already garnering much-deserved Emmy buzz.

At the heart, it’s a series about people setting aside their differences and working together as a team.

Of course, Highmore isn’t the only shining star on the show. Along with Richard Schiff as Shaun’s personal mentor, the show also features stellar performances from Nicholas Gonzalez as a surgeon as well as Antonia Thomas and Chuku Modu as residents at the hospital. While the characters’ personal lives (and their interactions with Shaun) make for some interesting drama, their professional lives are just as compelling.

With each new patient who enters San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital comes a new emotional roller coaster — a bus crash with a load of wedding guests, a woman who is shot during a robbery (that Shaun is involved in), and a young boy with cancer who looks identical to Shaun’s late brother. While the scenes are often tearjerkers, they also reveal different levels to the complex characters. On the surface, The Good Doctor is a show about residents in a hospital, but at its heart, the series is about people setting aside their differences and working together as a team, something that is incredibly relevant in today’s society.

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Don’t Expect A Pleasant Experience With Jennifer Lawrence If You Approach Her In Public

Jennifer Lawrence leaves her hotel in Tribeca

Are you the type of person who gets excited enough to approach a celebrity in public? Then the following message is for you. If you see Jennifer Lawrence, do not approach. Do not make eye contact. Do not shout out “Hey Hunger Games!” from across the street unless you want a heavy dose of RUDE.

In the same conversation with Adam Sandler for Variety’s Actors on Actors series, JLaw asks Adam about his biggest fan encounter. Adam says he gets approached every day, which is a huge duh, because who wouldn’t be thrilled to meet Opera Man? Adam says he gets a lot of people pulling up chairs at dinner with him. Jennifer Lawrence, on the other hand, doesn’t have that problem.

Jennifer hates fan interaction, so she’s devised a clever plan to keep fans as far away as possible when she’s in public: she acts like an asshole to them. Jennifer Lawrence intentionally rude to a stranger? Shocking.

“Once I enter a public place, I become incredibly rude. I turn into a huge asshole. That’s kind of like my only way of defending myself, is just being like, an asshole. Like, see somebody walking towards my table, and just go [wags finger no], or like ‘Can I have a selfie?’ and I’m like ‘No!’ That’s like my only defense.”

Jennifer doesn’t always act like a snobby shit to her fans. Sometimes Jennifer is in a kind mood and lets them down gently by informing them that she’s not taking pictures because it’s her day off. There are has-beens out there who are so jealous of Jennifer Lawrence right now, like “Aw, I wish I was still at the point in my career where I could turn away fans.

But she doesn’t always have to be an asshole. She spends a lot of time in New York, and there’s nothing city dwellers fear more than a possible insect infestation. If Jennifer Lawrence really wants to avoid people, she just has to tape a crudely-drawn sign to her chest that reads “BED BUGS” before she leaves the house. I can guarantee she’ll never be approached again.



This Week In ‘Seriously, F*ck That Guy’: We Don’t Need No Water, Let These Motherf*ckers Burn

Things get worse for Harvey Weinstein. Oliver Stone gets called out, and the WTF things Morrisey said.

Tech designer Naomi Wu is brilliant, inventive, hot, and female. So naturally a conspiracy theory evolved that claims she’s actually the sexy front for several men’s work. She’s not. But when MAKE magazine founder Dale Dougherty tweeted she was a fraud, her business took a big hit. (Buzzfeed)

In sports, a long history of sexual misconduct committed by Olympic coaches is coming to light. Specifically, 290 coaches have been accused since 1982. (Orlando Sentinel)

This comes on the heels of doctor Larry Nassar being accused of molesting several girls, including Olympic gymnasts McKayla Maroney, Aly Raisman, and Gabby Douglas. (ESPN, ABC)

Nassar is expected to plead guilty to seven counts, and may get 25 to 40 years in prison. Based on this next sentence, that sentence is not enough: «He’s facing similar charges in a neighboring county and lawsuits filed by more than 125 women and girls.»(Freep)

English singer and perpetual bummer Morrissey had some pretty shit things to say about the Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein scandals. Here are some lowlights: (Stereogum)

«All at once everyone is guilty. Anyone who has ever said to someone else, ‘I like you,’ is suddenly being charged with sexual harassment.»

(On Spacey) «I do not know about you, but I’ve never been in situations like this in my youth. Never. I always knew what could happen. When you are in somebody’s bedroom, you have to be aware of where that can lead to. That’s why it does not sound very credible to me. It seems to me Spacey has been unnecessarily attacked.»

(On Weinstein) «People know exactly what happens. And they play along. Afterward, they feel embarrassed, or they do not like it. And then they turn it around and say: I was attacked, I was surprised, I was dragged into the room. But if everything had gone well and had it given them a great career, they would not talk about it. I hate rape. I hate attacks. I hate sexual situations that are forced on someone. But in many cases, one looks at the circumstances and thinks that the person referred to as a victim is merely disappointed. Throughout the history of music and rock ‘n’ roll there have been musicians who have slept with their groupies. If you go through history, almost everyone is guilty of sleeping with minors.«

Emphasis our, because can you fucking believe this guy?

A second allegation of sexual misconduct has been leveled at Senator Al Franken. Lindsay Menz shares her story of how Franken groped her during a 2010 photo op. (Pajiba)

Past Saturday Night Live employees joined forces to support Franken. Because if he wasn’t inappropriate with them…so what exactly? What bearing does that have on the matter at hand?

Former SNL castmember Jane Curtin, who was among the 36 women who signed the joint statement, said, «I’m just so upset about this atmosphere and good people being dragged into it. It’s just like the red menace. You don’t know who’s going to be next.» Goddamn it, Jane. (LA Times)

After being accused of sexual misconduct Transparent‘s twice, Jeffrey Tambor said, «This is no longer the job I signed up for four years ago. … Given the politicized atmosphere that seems to have afflicted our set, I don’t see how I can return to Transparent.» (The Atlantic)

Trans activist and entertainment journalist E. Oliver Whitney has a suggestion for how the Amazon series might carry on.

Remember how Bob Weinstein claimed he didn’t know about his brother/business partner’s long, long, long history of sexual harassment, abuse and rape? Well, turns out Bob paid hush money on his Harvey’s behalf. (IndieWire)

Ronan Farrow uncovers Weinstein’s sordid history of secret settlements. (The New Yorker)

The Current War has been bumped off the award season calendar, and The Weinstein Company’s only remaining contender, Wind River, has made as a clean a break as seems possible.

Journalist Tatiana Siegel charts the «economic reverberations» this wave of sexual misconduct scandals is having, from costly reshoots, to cast and crews whose jobs are at risk because of criminally handsy stars, to a screener of Louis C.K.’s killed I Love You, Daddy selling on Ebay for $ 1,075. It’s a thorough and informative read. She also points out that four accusations against Jeremy Piven isn’t enough for HBO to have pulled Entourage from their streaming service. (THR)

Oliver Stone, who not-so-long ago suggested we not rush to judgement on Harvey Weinstein, has been accused of sexual harassment by actress Melissa Gilbert. She recounts the «humiliating and horrid» excuse for an audition the director subjected her too while making The Doors. (Daily Mail)

In case you give a flying fuck what garbage person Mel Gibson has to say about the Weinstein scandal. (The Guardian)

We’re with Ava.

In Fuck Sean Hannity news, the festering wart on the ass of humanity tried to book Gloria Deason, one of Roy Moore‘s accusers on his show, Hannity. Deason rejected the offer through a strongly worded letter from her lawyer, Paula Cobia.

Cobia writes in part:

«Mr. Hannity has belittled, defamed, and engaged in an on-air intimidation campaign against the victims of Mr. Moore. He is totally uninterested in discovering the truth. He gave Mr. Moore a lazy, softball interview which his own panel did not find credible. In fact, the panel mocked Mr. Moore over his inconsistencies and lies. It is laughable to assume that Mr. Hannity is capable of conducting a fair and balanced interview,» she continued. «He is not known for journalistic integrity. He is merely seeking an opportunity to publicly attack and further defame Mr. Moore’s vulnerable victims.»

In related news, defending an alleged pedophile has caused «a significant slowdown in advertisers» for Hannity’s show. (The Independent)

In case you’re spending the Thanksgiving holiday with Trump supporting family members, maybe keep this handy:

In Cleveland, 20-year-old college student Nicolas Cristescu was accused of raping an unconscious woman and recording it. Still, an unnamed prosecutor dismissed the charges. Thankfully, the grand jury saw sense, and issued a a 13-count indictment. Cristescu is expected to go to trial in December. (CBS)

In lets pretend to be shocked news, a politician who claims Christianity and promotes anti-LGBT views was caught in his office fucking a man. Ohio Republican state legislator Wes Goodman was had been dubbed «conscience of the conservative movement,» has resigned. (Yahoo)


Pixar head John Lasseter has taken a leave of absence from Disney as many sexual harassment claims comes to light. (Pajiba)

Actress Aurora Perrineau filed a police report accusing Girls writer Murray Miller of sexual assault. (Buzzfeed)

Lena Dunham accused Perrineau of lying, which got the controversial creator called out for White Feminism. Dunham’s inevitably poor apology did nothing to help matters. (Pajiba)

Her horrendous response to Perrineau spurred author Zinzi Clemmons to resign from working on Dunham’s Lenny Letter newsletter. You can read Clemmons’ statement below:

Democratic Congressman John Conyers has been accused of sexual misconduct against his staff. (Pajiba)

Respected American journalist Charlie Rose has been outed as a serial sexual harasser. (Pajiba)

New York Times’journalist Glenn Thrush has been accused of sexual misconduct. (Pajiba)

Writer Marti Noxon has supported Kater Gordon’s claim that Matthew Weiner sexually harassed the Mad Men writer. (Pajiba)

It’s only Wednesday. But at least tomorrow’s a holiday, right?


Don’t Count On Seeing Jennifer Garner On A Date Any Time Soon

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It’s been more than two years since Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck’s marriage ended. For a while, Jennifer could still count on Ben’s participation in perfect family paparazzi photo ops. Sadly, Ben now has a new partner to smile for the cameras with. But what about Jen? Well don’t hold your breath for that, it’s not happening at the moment.

Jennifer Garner recently spoke to Australia’s to promote her upcoming film, The Tribes of Palos Verdes, in which she plays a woman whose husband cheats on her (hmmm…I wonder where she did her research for that role?). A few months ago, People magazine claimed Jennifer was ready to “move on,” something Jennifer quickly called BS on. Once again, Jennifer Garner would like you to know she’s single and not ready to mingle.

“I would not have chosen this life for myself or for my kids. I would not choose to be single or be in this position. It’s something that we are working through. I haven’t been on a date and I am not interested in dating. People want to set me up and I am just like, ‘No thank you!’”

I can understand Jennifer not being thrilled about suddenly being single, but I can also fully relate to her not wanting to be set up with anyone. Set-ups can be a capital-N nightmare. Of course she shouldn’t totally write it off. There is a chance she might get set up with someone who is just as excited to drag Ben as she is. Honestly, if you add in some cocktails and an appetizer portion of fried calamari, you’ve got a pretty great night.

Speaking of Ben, Jennifer also spoke about the recent wave of women and men speaking up about sexual assault in Hollywood. Ben Affleck has been accused of groping by two women, but Jennifer didn’t talk about that. Instead she generalized. Now, Jennifer is definitely Team Say Something, but she also wants to remind everyone that it’s Not All Men.

“We can’t lump all men into [the same category]. We can’t just assume that every man has done something awful or that every man is guilty; due process is important and has to take place.

Things have to come out in the open in order to be dealt with, and this is definitely one of those times. It’s messy, it’s not pretty, but a wound when it’s healing is a horrible thing to look at and to be around. That is where we are. There are a lot of really smart people asking tough questions, and I feel excited to see what the outcome will be.”

Jennifer goes on to say that women need to “stand together” going forward, because women aren’t that scary when they’re alone, but adds: “Except for me. I am pretty scary.” Shoot, Jennifer might not be kidding. Over the summer, it was reported that Jennifer allegedly had an angry showdown in New York City with Ben’s current girlfriend Lindsay Shookus. Maybe she really is more mama bear than we thought? I would advise Lindsay to remember in the event she picks Ben up after Thanksgiving dinner. If Jennifer gets a scary look in her eyes, Lindsay’s best bet is to play dead. Or is it to climb the nearest tree? I can never remember.



Why Don’t You Just Tell Me How You’d Like Me To Talk About My Sexual Assault?

So quick recap: Everywhere is filled with SexMonsters, and Everything is Garbage. This is the default setting now.

Less quick recap: We’ve lost a lot of our heroes. Is there room to debate who should be defined as a «hero»? Sure. Should we also discuss the gravity of attaching the word «hero» to people who are only humans, and, often, not even that good of humans? Absolutely. Have I now employed two different Seinfeld jokes even though I didn’t consume the show more than the casual viewing? Yes, and that’s the topic for another post. For now I’d like to ignore those (possibly) pressing issues, and focus on a different topic altogether: The Worthy Game.

The Worthy Game is what I’m calling the act of outside parties deciding which cases of sexual harassment/abuse/assault should be addressed and the perpetrator shunned, and which cases are Not That Big Of A Deal. Most sane people agree that Roy Moore fondling the under-aged breasts of an under-aged girl while forcibly removing her clothes rises to the level of A Big Deal. Al Franken groping two different women is NTBOAD. Harvey Weinstein raping several women and just creeping the fuck out of every woman in a twelve-mile radius is a big deal. Louis C.K. masturbating in front of five different women? You guessed it, NTBOAD.

It’s dehumanizing on a few levels. It attempts to invalidate victims’ very real and reasonable responses to violation. It attempts to give the power to arbitrate instances of abuse to people who have absolutely no business arbitrating anything. And most importantly, it gives a fake air of objectivity and rationality to what is clearly just another goddamn case of denying our blatant rape culture. (No one thinks you’re being even-handed if you attempt to weigh the severity of sex crimes. We just think you’re a dick.) All of these things are infuriating, but, far and away, the worst part (and the part for which I will one day watch this whole world burn) is the implication that cases deemed Unworthy need to get over it and stop bothering us with your petty bullshit.

I mean, right? What reason is there to decide how serious an act is unless you intentionally want to dismiss the acts not considered important enough? It puts victims in a weird position because, and try to follow me here, we were mostly keeping our «bullshit» to ourselves in the first goddamn place.

Take, for example, Al Franken’s second accuser. Lindsay Menz wanted a picture with a Senator. She took a picture during which said Senator groped her. And this is when she began a years’ long campaign to discredit every position Franken has ever held, ruin his professional life, and leave his personal life in shambles. J.K., she posted on Facebook that he was a creeper, and went about her fucking day. And I assure you, this is what victims do ninety-nine-percent of the time. We mostly don’t make a big deal about the gross day-to-day assaults and harassment, because we wouldn’t be able to get anything else done. If victims don’t talk about the overwhelming Sex Abuse Soup we’re all just marinating around in, some people (let’s be honest, mostly cishet men) have no idea that these kinds of «low-level» sex crimes happen. But when we do talk about them, our stories are judged inconsequential. It’s a bizarre Catch-22 that we’ve all gotten ourselves into. People deny that rape culture exists because they’ve never heard of anything bad happening, and insist that anyone speaking out against rape culture is exaggerating. Then victims are all, «Oh, this bad stuff happens to me on the daily.» And other people are all, «That doesn’t seem that bad. Maybe just try not talking about it.» And then I personally am all, «Because, motherfucker, we were being quiet until you called us liars.»

So fuck it, let’s try this a different way. People don’t believe victims when we don’t talk about it, they don’t believe us when we do, they don’t take our stories seriously when we tell them, and they say it’s our fault that bad things happen to us when we won’t speak out. So let’s try it this way: I personally have enough stories of sexual misconduct committed against me that I separate them both chronologically, and by level of familiarity with the perpetrator (Stranger, Acquaintance, and that gold star Friend level). I’ve had that shit happen, and I considered myself to be one of the lucky ones. If you want to continue to ignore the experiences of sexual assault victims, whatever. I clearly won’t change your mind. But don’t you dare fucking pretend that we started this.


Sam Bee Kindly Invites People Who Don’t Get Women In Comedy To Just Leave

I promise things will get funnier in this post, but upfront, we’ve got to cover Roy Moore: The Fellowship of the Sexmonsters.

OK. There’s a lot to take in. Women are accusing Roy Moore of sex crimes because he’s such a good Christian. Repeated sexual assault is a mistake. Thirty-two-year-olds are making youthful indiscretions. It’s just a lot.

But that’s just the Sexmonster part. The fellowship part comes with this gem:

«It was common knowledge that Roy dated high school girls, everyone we knew thought it was weird,» former deputy district attorney Teresa Jones told CNN in comments aired Saturday. «We wondered why someone his age would hang out at high school football games and the mall … but you really wouldn’t say anything to someone like that.»

So here’s a thing: fucking why? Why is it that everyone knew Moore was dating underage girls, everyone knew it was creepy AF, and everyone knew that no one was going to do anything. Like go to the cops. Or maybe even reach out to the DA- oh, wait, they fucking were the DA. People working in the district attorney’s office didn’t feel empowered to call out the blatantly criminal behavior they saw in their own office. Cool. Cool, cool, cool.

Which is why we need more women in positions of power in all fields. Not in some assholey-Mike-and-Mother-Pence «Women are more moral kind of way,» but because FUCK WE LET YOU GUYS BE IN CHARGE FOR A LONG FUCKING TIME AND WE STILL HAVE ALL THE RAPE. YOU’RE NOT GETTING IT DONE, GUYS. YOUR WAY JUST ISN’T FIXING IT.

Plus there’s the added benefit that if we have more than one woman present, that woman doesn’t have to worry about representing all women. She doesn’t have to carry her gender as a liability. More women means more voices that haven’t been as heard before. Plus women are fucking funny, and if that seems foreign to you, you aren’t funny.

Sam Bee is kind enough to invite you to leave. I’ll invite you to just fucking fuck off already.


The Awesome Thing You Don’t Know About Eleven’s «Sister» on Stranger Things

Now that we’ve all had a chance to watch the HELL out of Stranger Things on its premiere weekend, it’s time to dish. Perhaps one of the most compelling aspects of the show’s new episodes is the introduction of Eleven’s «sister» (played by Linnea Berthelsen). She’s Hawkins Lab experiment #008, and she calls herself Kali. We meet the new character during a high-octane chase scene in the first scene of the first episode, and everything changes from there. We suddenly realize that the other children Dr. Brenner experimented on may still be alive. But there are more intriguing aspects of Kali than just the fact that she exists. For instance, her name has a greater significance than you think.

Kali displays an entirely different set of abilities from Eleven. Instead of having telekinetic powers that allow her to move things with her mind, she’s an illusionist. She can trick the mind into seeing things that are not there. In the season’s cold open, she makes a cop believe the mouth of a tunnel has collapsed. When Eleven encounters her later, she’s able to produce a butterfly out of thin air and make her friend believe he’s covered in spiders.

We later find out that Kali’s mission is to track down those who are currently (or were formerly) involved with the Hawkins Lab experiments. Basically, Kali finds them and kills them. Here’s where some pretty cool trivia comes into play: she’s actually named after a goddess of the same name. In Hinduism, Kali is the goddess of time, doomsday, and death. She’s also referred to as an «eradicator of evils.» This plays so well into the role of Kali on Stranger Things. Here we have a character seeking justice for herself and the other children who suffered similar fates. She wants to take these evil men out of the world, and she literally bestows death on them.

But wait, there’s more! In 1984 — which is when season two of Stranger Things takes place, by the way — Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom hit theaters. In the film, Dr. Jones tracks the Thuggee Cult, which is an underground group of individuals in India who worship, you guessed it, the Hindu goddess Kali. We expected a ton of ’80s references in the show’s second season, but damn, this one goes deep.

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If Sia’s New Ballad Doesn’t Get You Ready For the Holidays, We Truly Don’t Know What Will

Sia dropped the second single from her highly anticipated holiday album Everyday Is Christmas, and it’s a ballad that is sure to get you in the spirit. The singer shared the ballad on Thursday, and it joins her recent up-tempo groove «Santa’s Coming For Us.» We really can’t wait for the album to drop on Nov. 17, but until then, we’ll be slowly swaying at our desks to this jam.

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You Don’t Have to Be a Cat Person to Want #Justice4Mews

Mega cat-related spoilers for Stranger Things 2 below!

It seems that Stranger Things always gives us someone to mourn because they meet some sort of unfortunate end without the requisite amount of grief. Whereas Justice For Barb was the rallying cry of season one, season two has elicited a need for justice for two characters: Bob Newby and Mews, Dustin’s cat. The orange kitty is the companion of Dustin’s adorable mom, and all Mews does is bring the Henderson family joy. So when Mews meets his gory end by being a snack for Dart, we were horrified — and we weren’t alone (and I can’t even think about how tearful and worried Dustin’s mom is over the missing cat). Behold how the internet has clamored to get some closure over Dustin’s furry friend:

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