Netflix has some gems on it and Horse Girl is one of those films that you stubble upon by complete accident and end up amazed you haven’t heard about it before you found it.
It is the final episode and it is Christmas! With it being Christmas I’m guessing that everything will be OK in the end…
I kind of hope that it won’t be, I mean it never tends to in GLOW but it feels like we’ll have something that stupid happen with the way this stupid season has gone.
Everything is basically out of the window at this point so I’m just going to enjoy the craziness and not hope that any story is ever going to make any kind of sense.
It’s the 50th show in Vegas which, with one of the best opening scenes the show has ever done, suddenly turns into the 200th and we are ready for more laughs, tears and probably no where near enough wrestling.
Sam is gone! Where is Sam? What is Sam doing?!
With the bombshell of GLOW staying at the Fan-Tan for another 9 months it is time for the girls to get out and spend some time together in the wilderness.
In a episode that reminds me I should never worry too much about where stories are going we get a bit of a spotlight on the fantastically wonderful Kia Stevens who if I haven’t told you a few hundred times before was a hero of mine in wrestling for many years.
From forcing something that isn’t really there anymore to forcing things into a show that shouldn’t really be there this entire episode was a bit of a circus that once more ended with me in tears…
There hasn’t been much wrestling yet but we’ve seen them come together as a group to get over bad luck for a opening night and then seen people come together as the relationships that have formed during their time together grew.
What could possibly be next?
The girls got through their opening night with no problems and in high spirits. What could possibly go wrong for them now?