One of the best parts of the episode was where Ted thinks he's finally found his dream guy and it turns out to be some guy who only wants to be with someone Jewish.
I can't believe I'm almost done with the series!
With the Supreme Court ruling on nationwide gay marriage, increased transgender visibility, and a permeating conversation about non-binary sexualities, 2015 brought LGBT* issues closer to the forefront than ever before.
However, even in 2016, at least one letter in that acronym is still regarded with outdated misconceptions and dangerous stereotypes.
As someone who identifies as a black, bisexual woman, I've been through it. But then I realized because of Solange, Ava Du Vernay, Willow [Smith], and all the black girls watching this right now that there's absolutely nothing to change.
This was the first time she casually revealed that she identifies as bisexual, but even before that she's become an icon for teens everywhere to discover their own self-worth even if it means a little bit of rebellion or defying the status quo.
Brian almost despairs gloomily now all his guy friends seem to be drifting into boring monogamy, Deb bringing a macaroni casserole and joint doesn't help. The two of them were and should always be the very best of friends.
Justin learns with surprise and natural reluctance his mother is finally divorced from his gay-bashing dad and dates a biker half her age since six months, Tucker 'Tuck', a teacher at Molly's school. Proposition 14 has become a very interesting component for the season.
which is roughly equivalent to informal child support.
To start, let's turn to True Blood and Into the Forest actress Evan Rachel Wood, who does a commendable job schooling people on what it means to be bisexual.
While so many believe that bi folks are just wasting time before they "pick a side," Evan points out that her identity is at direct odds with this stereotype and shouldn't be erased just to fit into a simpler box.
Abby starts to have flashbacks about a very early case, which still bugs her. It is not inconceivable to me that she would have difficulties functioning if that wall gets broken down, as this episode shows occurring.
Ziva learns that the fathers of the victims experienced a mutual problem 10 years ago while serving aboard the Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia; the gang interview the parents, and the fathers show much anger and hostility toward each other; Gibbs and Ziva learn about the feud. Gibbs, Tony, and Ziva check out a cousin and his pad and his gear; Tony finds a suspicious object; they get both a solution and the bad guy. It may not have been exactly what we were hoping for from an Abbey origins story.