Every year: I think I'm going to be something different for halloween.
You know that feeling when everyone is obsessed with a show, but you just...don't understand the hype?
Well, Reddit user u/Junkee69420 recently posed the question, "What show is overrated but is treated like a masterpiece?"
"If no one else will say it, I will. Squid Game is WAY overhyped. I’ve seen people say it’s the best Netflix show or even the best Korean show. If people give other Asian media a chance, they’ll find way better..." –u/Savy_lang
Big Bang Theory
"It's thought of as a sitcom for nerds, but it isn't. It's a sitcom for people who think nerds saying something nerdy is a funny joke...The mere fact that the characters are nerds at all IS the joke." –u/The_Lawn_Ninja
"Lost was a masterpiece in repeatedly teasing and never delivering." –u/BestOfTheBlurst
"It was 10/10 trolling." –u/SmLnine
Rick and Morty
"I like it because it's funny and cleverly written, but I'm sick of it being praised as some kind of new philosophy...It's not some ultra-smart new thing; it's just another adult comedy that's quite funny sometimes and nothing else." –u/smellyredditor
"The story is soo thinned. Everything that could possibly happen to a group of people happened to them. It's like some Final Destination shit." –u/babygotbrains
"It’s not bad; it’s just bland and boring and unfunny." –u/MannnOfHammm
The Walking Dead
"They had the same loop in every season: They run, find shelter, go out for food, someone gets bitten, get overrun, and have to find somewhere new. Rinse and repeat for like 10 seasons." –u/DanStFella
"It's basically a soap opera with zombies." –u/aceh40
How I Met Your Mother
"Every episode glorifies Ted’s toxic behavior and makes it look romantic. I get so triggered watching that show." –u/Several-Till1393
This is Us
"It’s cheap emotional writing. My college writing professor called it 'dead dog writing.' Everyone gets sad when a good dog dies. As an author, your job is to make someone feel something without the dog dying, the kid getting cancer, etc." –u/julgwill
"I did not know how to find my identity without my mom," she says. "And I'm not going to lie — it was very hard to get here. But now, I'm at a place in my life that I never would have thought was possible. And I finally feel free."
After her mother died of cancer in 2013, Jenette began the healing process, attending "intense therapy."
"I know if my mom were alive, I'd still have an eating disorder. It was only distance from her that allowed me to get healthy."
3 years into her role as Sam, age 17, Jenette said her mother would perform vaginal and breast exams and forbade her from showering alone.
Jenette further told People that when she was 11, her mom had taught her calorie counting, bleached her hair, and whitened her teeth.
Once Jenette got the role of Sam in iCarly, she was suffering from anorexia, "which later swung to binge eating and then bulimia," People states.
And although Jenette admitted she was "cripplingly shy" as a child, she said, "I felt like my job was to keep the peace. And I wanted to make my mom happy."
"My mom's emotions were so erratic that it was like walking a tightrope every day. The mood fluctuations were daily. My mom had always dreamt of being a famous actor and had become obsessed with making me a star," Jeanette continued.
Well, last week, Jenette McCurdy talked to People about her one-woman theater production, I'm Glad My Mom Died — a title she knows is "thought-provoking."
"My earliest memories of childhood were of heaviness and chaos," Jenette said.
You probably know Jenette McCurdy — she starred as fan-favorite Sam on the hit show iCarly.
🚨 Heads up: This post deals with talk of eating disorders and parental abuse. �Qp
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Squid Game translations are blowing my mind🤯S