23 Popular Things That Were Not Worth The Hype


The Bridgerton Chronicles, Season 3. Besides Penelope, it’s meh. I’m more just outraged at waiting two years, having four mediocre episodes with so much to do; I have to have an “A Beautiful Mind” style board next to me every episode. Penelope deserves a season on her own, but I feel like she’s still a background character. I understand that they had to establish Francesca (whom they are responsible for giving her a minute of screen time in the first two seasons) – BUT the fact that they are taking the focus away from Penelope to do so is tragic . I wanted a plus size woman at the start of the season, but God forbid. Plus, every time Colin is on screen, I’m like, “Someone come and tell this guy to shut up.” » »

“Cressida can go hide in her sleeves for all I care; a snake is a snake, no matter what sad story you try to force me to swallow – the whole Violet Bridgerton is letting her ‘garden bloom “, etc. Penelope is one of the few saving graces of the season (that mint dress at the top of episode two was amazing), other than her mother/sister’s interactions on the sidelines, which every time were way funnier than they had any right to be. She’s an incredible actress who I don’t think they let on screen enough., even during his damn season. So infuriating and disappointing.”

—31, Nebraska

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