So from our humble point of view Superstorm Nick Jonas was a ghostload. The mass hysteria, and the demand from my mother-in-law to buy bottles of water and batteries (for a flashlight my husband later told me when I ask what she thought we were planning) was again entirely unfounded. But on the bright side, where Fuss and I reside, it was filled with forced TV bingeing, what else could we do!? All the pressure was off; all our friends were safely locked in their houses and brunch was officially cancelled.
So what to watch with all this time? We finally watched all of American Horror Story: Hotel, Game of Thrones season 6, and re-watched The Stepford Wives.
First American Horror Story: Hotel (or for our comic con friends AHS) was good-ish. We heard that it was terrible, and decided not to watch it when it ran originally, but then Gaga got a Golden Globe! It became apparent that we needed to make our decision. It was hard to get into. First Finn Wittrock was embarrassing, and it was a shame because he was so good as last seasons as Dandy Mott… I mean GOOD! Then it was a little too campy gay, and then we felt like there were a lot of holes. But otherwise, we watched the whole thing. Also Vampires…? Side note, fun facts here.
From there to Game of Thrones which was a nonstop tour-de-France! It was heaven from the first second straight though to when Khaleesi rode out of the arena on the back of her dragon. It was the shows climax if you get the double entendre… Climax like an orgasm… and climax like the best part of the show… I shouldn’t need to keep explaining this.
And finally with Superstorm Nick Jonas raging on we turned to the classic The Stepford Wives. Well not the 1975 one, the 2004 one. It’s a kitsch classic and we loved every second. In fact, we’re pretty sure that Karl Lagerfeld based his supermarket collection the scene from the above picture. So if you haven’t seen it, do as your told and see it!
As for Superstorm Nick Jonas… It was, like real Joe Jonas- all too white. We like a little color in our men/superstorms.