This sweet deaf dog has no idea she’s not barking:
who’s gonna tell her 🥺 #dogsofttiktok #deafdog
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Lawmakers in California and New York have introduced bills that would ban the use of live ammunition on sets.
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And Just Like That introduced “Zed,” a nightclub owner that had a little flirtation with new character Seema. Except: the actor who played Zed is French actor William Abadie who appeared in a season six episode of Sex and the City as Tony the Prada Guy. Apparently, they thought fans wouldn’t notice? But, in fact, they noticed. And they’re not happy.
#AndJustLikeThat Wait Carrie lived at Prada in the 90s/00s, how does she not recognize Tony from Prada is also Zed the Brooklyn club guy? This is just weird/ lazy re-casting in addition to this whole show being an awful mess pic.twitter.com/OpaKqCGRM1
— Duchess French (@Duchess_French) January 27, 2022
#AndJustLikeThat Are we supposed to forget that William Abadie played Tony from Prada? Now he’s Zed?! I know Tony was a small role, but how could we forget the handsome guy with the Prada staff discount?
And that episode is SO memorable thanks to Berger‘s fragile male ego trip. pic.twitter.com/5PEPyPiCqg
— Olivia-Anne Cleary (@OliviaACleary) January 27, 2022
#AndJustLikeThat catching up and wondering how Carrie doesn’t recognize Tony from Prada pic.twitter.com/inBa7i1cto
— Average Amy (@gurlfriday247) January 29, 2022
DID WILLIAM ABADIE APPEAR IN A 2ND SEX AND THE CITY, AND CARRIE DIDN'T KNOW WHO HE WAS?!?
TONY, THE PRADA GUY, WAS A MAJOR CHARACTER!
ISN'T HE ALLOWED TO GROW UP FROM AN AMAZING PRADA SALESMAN AND BECOME A RICH CLUB OWNER WHO CARRIE KNOWS!?!
— Brian Lobel (@blobelwarming) January 27, 2022
Rewatching #AJLT ep 9 just so I can pick holes in it. Why doesn't Carrie use her spyhole? How massive was Big's ring finger? Is this episode called 'Lily's Tampon'? What's with Miranda's weird door knocking? Why is Che a dick? What is LTW wearing? Is that… Tony from Prada?
— Allie Dickinson (@AllieDickinson) January 27, 2022
And Just Like That, William Abadie is now a new character named Zed?? WTF #AndJustLikeThat ?? You know we are watching this show with scalpel eyes and can point out the Prada guy Tony. Why didn’t he just play Tony again?? WHO THE FUCK IS WRITING THIS SHOW?!
— jimtalks (@jimtalks) January 27, 2022
Oh no, Lisa Vanderpump! Heal up quickly!
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- That Girl Lay Lay has been renewed for a second season on Nickelodeon.
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- Descendant, a documentary about the legacy of slavery, has been acquired at Netflix.
- Watcher, a thriller, has been acquired by Shudder.
- Blippi; CoComelon; Lellobee City Farm; and Vlad & Niki have been acquired by HBO Max and Cartoon Network.
- Gayle King is staying at CBS News for a while.
- Adam Brody has joined the cast of Fleishman Is in Trouble on FX.
- Elizabeth Mitchell will co-star in The Santa Clause on Disney+.
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- Luis Gerardo Méndez, Nina Bloomgarden, Gabriela Cartol, Debby Ryan, Dylan Baker, Michael Hitchcock, and Becky Ann Baker have been cast in The Resort on Peacock.
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Mark Your Calendar
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- Domino Masters premieres on Fox on March 9.
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- Texas Chainsaw Massacre will debut on Netflix on February 18.
- Bust Down will debut on Peacock on March 10.
- Catching Killers returns on Netflix on February 9.
- North of the 10 will debut on BET+ on February 10.
- Pretzel and The Puppies will premiere on Apple TV+ on February 11.
- Forecasting Love and Weather will premiere on Netflix on February 12.
- Back to 15 will debut on Netflix on February 25.
- Anatomy of a Scandal premieres on Netflix on April 15.
Sex. Power. Privilege.
From the creator of Big Little Lies and The Undoing comes Anatomy of a Scandal, a new six-part series starring Sienna Miller, Michelle Dockery, Rupert Friend and Naomi Scott. Premieres April 15 pic.twitter.com/kGhOlelCje
— Netflix (@netflix) January 31, 2022
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- Camila Cabello: Just Jump will debut on Fuse on February 1; Dua Lipa: Elevating on March 1; DJ Khaled: Another Win on April 1.
- Snowdrop will premiere on Disney+ on February 9.
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6 thoughts on “‘And Just Like That’ tried to pull a fast one on ‘Sex & the City’ fans. It didn’t work.”
Sex and City famously tried this casting ploy with Justin Theroux. But then he got famous and … oopsie.
Awesome — thank you for this!
So, a week or so ago I had nothing to do and I was so enamored with your recap of the Bachelor episode with the dual villains that I figured I had to see it for myself. I’m in the upstairs spare room that I use as an office, with my (non-work) laptop, watching it on ABC.com, using a headset for the audio.
My younger daughter wanders in, sees what’s on the screen, and says in an excessively loud voice “wait a minute, are you watching The Bachelor???” Naturally, my wife and older daughter hear this, and come in to see for themselves. Hilarity ensues.
This afternoon I get a text from elder daughter. It’s a screenshot of the Chronicle homepage, highlighting their story about how some Texans players will be on tonight’s episode. One of her friends showed it to her, because daughter had told her and others about how I’m now a Bachelor fan, and the friend wanted to make sure I knew this was happening. (Younger daughter has also apparently told her friends as well.) Daughter #1 told me over dinner that she had been having a laugh about this to another friend, who told her to leave me alone and let me have my show.
I figured no one would enjoy this story more than you, so there you go. Both girls have told me that I picked a good season to watch. Now I guess I have to finish, so they don’t think I’m some kind of dilettante.
THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE HEARD ALL DAY. THANK YOU, KUFF!
Also, ABC should pay me. I should be receiving residuals for convincing people like you to watch this trash for yourselves.
They totally should. I doubt I would have been inspired to watch by anyone else.