by Miles Behn It feels strange to pick on a show like Friends. Sure it defined a generation of viewers, but how could Friends know what the future would bring? How could it know that the same year it concluded, gay marriage would be legalized in Massachusetts? How could Friends know how completely trans, gender, …
Today, it seems unlikely.
Miles Biehn has officially gone from watching HTGAWM to hate-watching HTGAWM
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exploring the origins of dystopian fiction, and modern movies from Hunger Games and Divergent to Pleasantville and Gattaca.