FEELS OF THE WEEK: April 5th – April 11th

Welcome to another Sunday of talking about the shows & movies that made us laugh, cry, go awww and, of course, look around and wonder what in the world was happening. If it made us feel things, whether they were good, or bad, then this is where we talk about it. This is where you tell us if you agree. This is where we let it all out.

So, without further ado, here are these week’s picks:

Badass Female Character of the Week

Julie: Our queen, Rosa Diaz, on Brooklyn 99 for winning the heist and arranging is so she is the first three-time winner. And she did it with so much flare that it will be hard for anyone else to ever top.

Jacqueline: Nancy Drew from Nancy Drew! After the life-changing reveal of the last episode, she steps up to fight an Agaleca sea demon who is trying to kill her and her friends. Nancy does not have a moment to process before having to deal with her newly discovered father. Only to be faced with another OMG moment at the end of the episode! This show always brings the AWESOME and Nancy Drew was definitely Badass this week.

Jasmine: I’m going with Dolores and Maeve on Westworld. I just love that those two women never back down from a challenge and they can both kick some major ass!

OTP of the Week

Lyra: Elida and Amae from Vagrant Queen is my OTP of the week, hands down. The way they look at each other is magical and this is only just a couple episodes in. Imagine when they really get into the meat of things when it comes to this show? I also love the way they support each other in the midst of all this uncertainty that is the mission they are on. Having each other’s back is all that matters and if that means they have a heart to heart every once in a while then I am here for it!

Gillian: I don’t think anyone else watches this show, but oh my God, Peter and Simone finally got together on Dispatches From Elsewhere. It was one of the sweetest grand gestures I’ve seen in a while, with Peter serenading “On My Own” to her, and it was just perfect. Their relationship has been a joy to watch and I’m glad we got some payoff in this aspect.

Lizzie: David and Patrick, Schitt’s Creek. How to let this show end without mentioning how amazing these two are, and how much they made the show what it was? To end at their wedding was the perfect tribute to what this show managed to do, in general, but with these two characters in particular. Love really can conquer all. And there are really, and truly, no rules to who you love.

Moment that made you collapse into a puddle of FEELS

Lacey: Schitt’s Creek, David and Patrick’s wedding. When I tell you I ugly cried…their wedding was so perfect and beautiful! From Mariah Carey in their vows to the high emotions, it was everything we could’ve asked for. I loved every moment of the finale except that it wasn’t long enough. I’m going to miss this amazing show.

Lizzie: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist doing Rachel Platten’s “Fight Song” entirely in sign language. I still get chills just thinking about it.

Jasmine: On Roswell, New Mexico, Rosa reuniting with Liz and their dad Arturo. He was so happy that Rosa was back he didn’t even question it, he just took it for the miracle he wanted. 

Julie: I have to say, both Schitt’s Creek and Modern Family having their series finales on back-to-back nights was a lot for my tender emotions to take.

Quote of the Week

Lizzie: “Boundaries are for white people” – Penelope Alvarez, One Day At A Time

Jasmine: “The rich take for granted their money will always be there. That’s why they’re so easy to steal from.” – Dolores, Westworld

Julie: “For what it’s worth, I am continuously impressed by you.” – David to Alexis, Schitt’s Creek

Lyra: “I cannot be a mother-in-law to a dust buster.” – Lydia, One Day at a Time

WTF Moment of the Week

Jasmine: Finding out all the Pearl’s (clones) Dolores made and has been implanting on humans on Westworld are all her. MIND BLOWN!

Gillian: I know Station 19 was pretty much Grey’s Anatomy in a fire station, but until this season it didn’t truly feel that way. I am beyond angry at how many deaths they’ve included this season and that they took away the most important people in Andie’s life. And I don’t understand why! I knew her dad was going to die, but did it have to be that way? Yes, it was heroic and he was doing it for her, but it still left a bad taste in my mouth. She didn’t get to say goodbye to her father. And lost her best friend a few months ago. Calm down, Station 19. Please stop killing everyone.

Julie: The start of the hostage situation at the end of 9-1-1. I was not prepared for it, and the next episode is going to be so nerve wracking. Kudos to Maddie having the presence of mind to say “I love you, Howie,” after just having told him she couldn’t say those words to indicate something was wrong. And how scary for Josh that the captors are the same men to beat him up on that date a few weeks ago? He was finally back at work after that and now this! 

Agree? Disagree? Have any more feels? Share with us in the comments below!

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