What do we say when time has made old patterns of support seem immature?What self-loving Marin woman doesn't carry around her own corkscrew???The 90-year-old actress recently unveiled a memoir, “The Facts of My Life,” and she got candid about her battle with alcoholism.“Alcohol became my drug of choice so I could get sleep at night,” Rae told Fox News. I was doing ‘Sesame Street’ [1971-1972] as Molly the Mail Lady and I had to get to sleep so I could get up for the kids and do the TV show Monday-Friday.” Rae was drinking alcohol long before that, though.Truly, PLL #5Years Forward is answering the questions of our age, and we are so here for it.
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We may not have hoverboards or miniature, microwave-expandable pizzas (Hanna so wishes), but we do have a Marty Mc Fly's share of disorientation. We know well how much deeper and more intimate a friendship can be than any romantic relationship, but not since season 1 have we had a chance to explore the frustrating lack of any clear official markers for the boundaries or expectations of frienship at a remove. How much can we demand of friends without sounding needy?
Throwing these people (who through trial and tribulation came to know each other so well) so far into a future in which they have been long separate from each other's daily, immediate support but NOT from their memories and trauma is VERY INTERESTING.
BIGGEST #5YEARSFORWARD NO-DUH Okay, hear us out on this one but: bit of character development that had been worked into the end of 6A.
The Christian turn kind of made sense for Ali #5Years Back, in that it offered a fresh community as well as a predetermined narrative she could relax into after so many years of fighting so damn hard to basically not exist, but even more of a no-duh is the fact that she is STILL practicing Christianity, because committing to unshakeable convictions and forcing that reality on everyone around her is SO ALI. Runner-runner-up: it is still *always* time in Hanna's world.