Maybe comedy just isn't your thing ladies.
Why are there no cliffhangers at the end of the episodes? Heather, a girl from Sault Ste.
And maybe, JUST MAYBE, get a consultant who knows a thing or two about writing story arcs before you spend other people's money to fund another disappointing train wreck that would have been best left in a escofts somewhere in Sault Ste. Katie Uhlmann and Trish Rainone are at it again, to the chagrin of many I'm sure The same music plays for the intro and outro.
I thought the funniest part of the whole series was when one of the funeral goers asked, "Why would a lawyer need a roommate? Was this review helpful to you?
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I think it's time to give up Hopefully they've learned a thing or two from season one and fixed the writing Attempting a second season of a mildly-humours online comedy series takes a lot of guts, considering the first season fell flat on so many levels. In each episode, Heather retreats to vent at her one place of solace, a tattoo shop.
Maybe a topic for another discussion.
tofonto The script is still terrible and the actors' performances-yes, the most "professional, weathered, seasoned" we get in Canada who haven't moved south yet-were a smidge better than what I've seen from performances by teenagers in high school plays. Marie, Ontarionow living in Torontofinds a new roommate online, Kesha, who may or may not be a private escort. Heather passive-aggressively tries to find out more tpronto Kesha, unintentionally getting dragged into her world and the sketchy characters who inhabit it.
Katie Uhlmann gives another go at the reigns as director; a decent attempt, although she didn't really have much to work with. This may be forgivable if the episodic structure was more conducive to building dramatic tension.
Season 2! Uhlmann and Rainone met at a mutual friend's party and bonded over similar ideas about creating "strong female-driven content.