It's ridiculous y'all! Just enough to be on the cusp of wanting to both continue to watch this train wreck unfold and wanting to turn it off immediately. They also feature two different actors per role; one actor does the (pitiful) re-enactments and the other does the "confessional" interview/narrative part. Each so obviously scripted and poorly written. Just furthers my suspicions regarding the "true crime" claim...just how much of this is NOT fictionalized?!
At first I was really leaning toward it just being terrible acting but I've now come to realize that whoever scripted this must have gotten it mixed up with a project for a musical they're working on- it absolutely SCREAMS Broadway!
My fav thus far?
S4E q1- a younger male says to his pseudo-girlfriend/coworker: "I'm sorry. I can be a real bozo sometimes".
Yes, seriously. I don't know how the actors are able to deliver this nonsense. It's like...I have a serious case of secondhand embarrassment going on here. I have to look away out of respect! Ive definitely heard some pretty outrageous lines watching this "true crime" series, but when the above quoted was executed, an intermission became necessary...when you have to take a break at 7 minutes into an episode, gotta be some sort of red flag being blatantly.
So in order to still be somewhat productive with my self-imposed break, I immediately paused it to come here to make fu...I mean to share its wonders with everyone via review.
Enjoy! (But take frequent timeouts for your own well being).Hey
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