‘Katy Keene’ Chapter Eleven Review: Who Can I Turn To?

“Who Can I Turn To?” mainly focused on the Met Gala. Excuse me, the “Meta Gala.” It left me with some feels of vindication and yelling YASS girl at my television. I may have also thrown in a WTF face at a certain scene that just didn’t fit, which we’ll talk about.


I’m going to yell this more than once towards Katy¬†Keene, embrace your damn feelings. Let’s yell it from the rooftops. It’s okay to feel what you feel and not put on a face. Multiple people in this show need to embrace this process. Katy, Pepper, Guy, Jorge and pretty much every single other character.


Learning to live with your emotions and not pretending to be okay and putting on a front takes a long time to learn. It’s a scary concept. It leaves you feeling vulnerable and open. A lot of people don’t like feeling like that.

Here’s what I can tell you about learning to embrace what I feel and learning to deal with what comes my way. I feel a whole lot better when I don’t have to be fake. I don’t feel drained or unhappy any longer. Take a page out of the Katy Keene book and ask yourself: who can I turn to? Choose someone, as long as you share with at least one person. It will do you a whole lot of good.

This is also when I was screaming yass at my screen continuously. The writers made so many good points and I found myself agreeing with every. single. one.



This was literally my face when Josie and The Pussycats showed up at the Meta Gala and played their fifteen second song.

Like why? This scene was so awkward and very short. I get that Josie wanted to get recognition and Pepper obviously had a plan, but really? It just came across as awkward and if this is the route they were going to go they should have had a lot more background development for it. It would have gone over a lot smoother. Also, why only play a fifteen second song?


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I finally got my moment ya’ll. Excuse me while I scream and wipe away a metaphorical tear. After so. many. weeks. I finally got Katy and Guy to kiss and have an actual moment. The tension has been getting to me. Yes, Guy was a serious ass this whole episode but he is going to learn. He is going to open up to Katy and be the person I believe he is and the one she deserves. Vindication feels great and will feel great again when I turn out to be right.

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Katy Keene airs Thursdays on the CW at 8/7c.

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