March 3, 2023

Alright, folks, let’s get into it. This is a stupid idea and everyone thinks it is weird, but let me explain. I am going to watch Ginny & Georgia, but not all of it because I’m way too lazy to watch an entire two season show, and also my parents probably don’t want me watching that. So, I’m watching the very first episode of the first season and the last episode of season two. Then, I’m going to review the show based off of the filming, characters, and plot of the episodes.


Unfair? Yes, but you don’t run this column.


Ginny & Georgia: “Pilot”

These people act like middle schoolers. Every single person. Ginny. Georgia. Everyone here is terrible and I hate them.  The only person I like is Austin because the kid is cute, but everyone else is terrible. This is why I steer clear of Massachusetts. Marcus is a total creepazoid. I want to throw up. This is literally nasty, and I hate it. THIS IS THE FIRST EPISODE. Marcus is an F-boy. This episode has good filming, but not much else. 15-year-olds do not act like this; they do not look like this. Where are the losers? I hate this.


Ginny &Georgia: “I’m No Cinderella”

Ok, did someone get killed? They’re so sad now, but at least Ginny got some better style. Apparently, Austin’s dad is back too? This episode seems more mature. Not in the sexual sense but in a growth sense. There’s a lot of drama, but it’s more similar to what high school drama is like. Oh great! We’re romanticizing mental illness again. Why is Ginny so sad about creeper, Marcus? Then Georgia gets married and then arrested? This show is all over the place.


I’m going to be honest. I don’t want to watch the rest of this show. It’s creepy! It cranks up the sex appeal of teenagers way too high, and the music choices are, um,  strange at best. It’s a no for me. Also, to the people that suggested this to me, you are paying for my next therapy session.

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Ollie Warren is a senior writing and publishing major. They write the Flip Feature column, review Lincoln Park shows, and work as the managing editor of The SIREN. They love to watch movies, swim, and learn about history and science. After high school, they plan to go to college and get a degree in History Ed.

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