Sophie has been happily steeping in the potent brew of British TV since her parents let her stay up late on a Thursday watching the Jeremy Brett adaptation of Sherlock Holmes. She loves mysteries, espionage thrillers, documentaries, and costume dramas, and if you're not careful, she might talk your ear off about the Plantagenets. Sorry about that in advance!
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Funny Woman’s first series finale has lots of ground to cover, plot lines to tie up, plot lines to seed for the second series, confrontations and collaborations to dramatize, and a mostly happy ending to deliver. Let's go!
Contributor Sophie Brookover joins the ladies to discuss one of the most controversial films of this awards season: Emerald Fennell's Saltburn, a disturbing and decadent social satire draped in serious Brideshead Revisitedvibes.
This week, a slew of firsts on Funny Woman: a first live recording, first tampon, first chat show, first groovy nightclub visit, first major magazine profile, first deli visit, and first ill-advised falling for a costar.