Season three eschews the notion that there’s a single experience of the ‘80s that should dominate above the others.
A Simple Favor haphazardly vacillates between suburban satire, goofy comedy, and dark, twisted psychological thriller.
Gringo’s circuitous narrative never allows for a character or storyline to develop in a particularly efficient way.
An episode in which each character’s evolution this season begins to upset the balance they’ve clung to through years of stasis.
Though Looking is a series rightly known for its rather frank discussions and depictions of sex, it’s also finely attuned to the rhythms of friendship.
Patrick’s self-immolation is no suicide, and “Looking for Gordon Freeman” is no Mrs. Dalloway.
Tops, bottoms, douches, enemas, rim jobs, “hot shower orgies,” and even a swinging dick or two.