I promised I would keep watching and I am. With its relentlessy upbeat soundtrack and the glossy loves how can one not be hooked – I want a townhouse like that, shoes like that, etc. But is the show getting better, more reflective of the social dilmenas women face? Perhaps – though the Modern Man story was certainly sounds like a throwback. Once again, I think that perhaps some men out there might be happy that women are able to be partners… Or are men in general so insecure that they feel threatened every time a woman in power shows up?
The one true note – the two laptop in bed couple – Zoe and Eric both in bed, working on their laptops – now that is something I can relate to – that’s probably the most telling scene in defining the dual career couple these days – work spills over into everything.
So still not sure if the show qualifies to make it onto the GirlPower list – anyone else want to vote?
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