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Simple, feminist reviews and analysis of unique characters in TV shows, from Cersei in Game of Thrones to Gus in Breaking Bad. Updated every week.
Blog Added: August 15, 2015 06:38:07 PM
Audience Rating: Parental Guidance
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Blog Country: United-Kingdom   United-Kingdom
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Bryn West

Written by @EllieDangerous Only me! Just wanted to let you know that Bryn West from 'Gavin & Stacey' is one of my favourite characters in telly history. And I’ll tell you for why. Stacey’s uncle Bryn (it means “hill” in Welsh), played by Rob Brydon, represents what I’ve come to love about South Wales. I’m the Gavin in my relationship, and my Stacey took me to Wales for the first time a few years ago. That’s where the Bryns live. But it’s not just Bryn’s familiarity that makes...

Chloe Frazer

Written by @MaryGoodden A professional thief renowned for giving her pursuers the slip, Chloe Frazer's made a career out of misdirection. But her unpredictability doesn't just make her the best getaway driver in the business, it adds excitement and nuance to the entire 'Uncharted' series. Voiced with steely wit and easy charm by Claudia Black, Chloe dodges expectations as deftly she does the hazards that stand between her and the exit. Spoiler Alert: All Uncharted games and recent Tomb Raider...

Bill Potts

Written by @EllieDangerous So I’m excited. You’re excited. Fans of quirky British sci-fi the world over are excited — because this year 'Doctor Who' is regenerating. But change can be bittersweet as we leave the old for the new, waving goodbye to the likes of Pearl Mackie’s Bill Potts, one of the Doctor’s most unique and lovable alumni. And whether we’re young like her or old like him, there’s much we can learn from curious Ms Potts! Spoiler AlertLesson one: learn whatever you...


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Written by @EllieDangerous Get yourself to BBC iPlayer and watch ‘Overshadowed’, Eva O’Connor’s story of a girl who like so many girls believes food is the enemy and eating an act of war. Familiar though this tale is, it’s uniquely told through a bunch of vlogs created by a loveable sixth-former called Imo. Played by Michelle Fox, Imo is a character we should celebrate because ultimately she doesn’t represent her disease; she represents the ability to defeat it. Before reading this...

Malcolm Tucker

Written by @EllieDangerous After relinquishing his TARDIS keys, Peter Capaldi teased a return to Malcolm Tucker; the chalk to the Doctor’s cheese. Now creator Armando Iannucci has revived him for a debate with Alan Partridge in The Big Issue. You can see approval rippling through Britain, whose political climate is so bizarre we're kind of living in a less plausible version of 'The Thick of It'. We need Malcolm Tucker, a spin doctor so accomplished he could probably rebrand Brexit as a remedy...

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