First Leon is killed, Raina was attacked by two masked figures and now Sebastian has Harry held at gunpoint. Things aren’t looking too good for the gang as their friends and family are being picked off one by one. Could this be the beginning of
Highlight: Susan Sarandon reenacting Bette’s TV appearance on The Andy Williams Show in which she sings a camp “theme song” (inappropriately go-go-ish), about what really happened to Baby Jane. Alas, Sarandon just cannot bring herself to replicate the awful sound that was Davis’s singing voice, but the visual, for those who have seen the original, is dead-on
On the whole, Lange is much more consistent in her characterization of Crawford than Sarandon, who is all over the map in this episode.
The second installment of FX’s Feud continues the writer’s (seeming) purpose to clarify that the famous feud with Bette Davis and Joan Crawford was at least in part, the result of the actresses having been pitted against one another, not just on the Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? set, but through the decades, by various parties, and for various seedy purposes. This may come as a disappointment to some and a relief to others, depending on whether one prefers Bette and Joan as complex women or straight-up Disney witches.
The gang has uncovered two of the eight names they need to fill in the collaborator puzzle. While the team is slowly kicking ass and taking names, they don’t realize there are bigger issues at stake. Leon was taken and is dead, meaning while the
Over the years, writers have devoted much ink to this legend. As the demand for more dirt grew, more and more people started coming out of the woodwork “remembering” things… until finally, it had become impossible to know what was real and what was fiction. Did these two women really despise each other? Or is it all the wet dream of bloodthirsty hyenas? Feud—an eight-part miniseries attempts to break it down for us.
The gang has successfully solved their first case and uncovered the first piece of their tangled AIC puzzle. But no matter how good the agents are, they still need to learn to trust each other when their backs are up against a wall, especially when
From the FBI to the CIA, the gang is finally back together and playing on the same team. After the last terrorists bowed out, President Claire Haas created a secret super-spy group consisting of Alex, Ryan, Shelby, Nimah and Dayana. Could things be looking up