Drop It Down
Performed by Barry Coupe See more »
A bad episode for a mediocre (at best) series
Well, that was a tiresome episode. 41 minutes I'll never get back.
Pointless, superficial, childish.
Ginni might realized for a glimpse of a second that her dad actually ruined her life by forcing her to follow HIS dream. And he stole her youth and all the time she had to act as a kid and a teenager.
She doesn't care about tenths of millions of dollars (as her manager said that she will make) or a $10K dress. She just want to play beer-pong with some losers BUT... She must "toughen-up"! There are people (what?) count on her for ...I don't know...something!
She now must make the ultimate sacrifice and...smile even if she doesn't want to!
And what is this mania with the song "No sympathy for the Devil". Almost every series I watched this season, had it at some point. And not the original but some version some ... chick sings. Totally unsuitable for that scene also.
Anyway. I watched this while a play with my smartphone, but seems like "Pitch" has nowhere to go. Zero development. Boring also.
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