This weekend was the biggest of the year for water cooler conversations across the country – and even the world. I saw Barbie on Thursday, the first day it was in theaters in New York City, and I had to get tickets a week in advance. Part of me was annoyed to be participating in
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Dearest Gentle Viewer, After a seemingly interminable wait of many months (15, to be exact) a shining new season of Bridgerton is at last upon us. Let us rejoice in the return to the adventures and—dare I say—misadventures of the noble and prolific Bridgerton family and their society peers. By all accounts (This Author included),