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S5e3 - Miley Cyrus do w a fine job as a teen idol who wants a change.
Felt like a mid 80s Disney romp with curse words... once you get past the deliberately paced part.
I heard it was the worst episode of the season, so my expectations were low, but it was decent. I think they could have structured it differently for better effect.
Totally agree. I thought it was a fun little episode. It was like they said, "Let's make an episode parents can watch with their teens." The Disney romp comparison is spot on.
If this was the worst of the season, it's a damn good season.
I like how they're continuing the stories into the credits now too. My only criticism there is Netflix needs to make sure the autoplay feature doesn't cut scenes off.
“Nothing quite brings out the zest for life in a person like the thought of their impending death”
― Jhonen Vasquez, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director's Cut