And Just Like That Season 1 Episode 10 ended this bumpy road trip. It took most of the season to get here and definitely a few misses, but I like where this show ended. I’d be intrigued to see where it takes itself.
And Just Like That Season 1 Episode 10 ended this very bumpy road trip. There is actually a lot about this series that I liked, but I just think it took a long time to find it’s voice. Even with the Chris Noth drama and Willie Garson death wouldn’t have messed up the story that much Make sure you check out my quick review below.
Charlotte’s Journey is the most true for me. She stayed the most true to the original and not in the she does the same thing, but that she evolved into the person we saw her evolving to. It felt the most true.
Miranda’s is the one I didn’t like the most because I didn’t think it felt like her. After the whole Steve cheating thing in the first film had me think that Miranda would be better in touch with herself and how she felt. It felt really juvenile to me for Miranda to just go to LA with Che instead of doing her internship. It’s only a month.
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This is the spot I hoped Carrie would get to, but I just felt like it took long. Now yes, the show spans over a the year post Bigs death and I do think people need to take all the time they need to grieve, but I don’t think we need to see the whole process. Not to just get to the spot where we all knew she would be.
And Just Like That Season 1 Episode 10 ended well, but it was a bumpy road trip. I’d like to Samantha come back just because I think it would feel the most organic. Share with me your thoughts on And Just Like That Episode 10 and check out our quick review.
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