Another week, another wake from Freeform’s racist “comedy.” big-ish. And once again, the liberal criminal is the show’s worst character, Aaron Jackson (Trevor Jackson), a student-turned-professor at the fictional Cal U where the show takes place. His target last week was Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. This week’s target is young Republican and conservative figure Candace Owens.
On Wednesday’s episode, “Addiction” student Annika (Justine Skye) worries after a conversation with her friends that she’s “basic” — a nice setback from last week when her “spank bank” was “overdrawn” — so she decides to talk to Prof. About his problems with Jackson.
The writers use this opportunity to ask Aaron Annika to “broaden (his) horizons” and “get out of (his) comfort zone” — but not too much, apparently.
As he shows his various opportunities to achieve those goals, Aaron sees a sign for a Young Republicans group on campus and warns him, “Let’s not do this,” because, “We don’t need any more Candace Owens”:
Annika: Hey, Professor Jackson. I was just heading to your office hours. I had a question.
Aaron: Well, I’m glad to see that you finally decided to involve my material. Shoot.
Annika: Do you think I’m original?
Aaron: Okay. You know what office hours are not for, right? Don’t you have a friend or someone you can talk to about this?
Annika: Who thinks I’m original?
Aaron: Well, well, look, I can tell you that it doesn’t matter what people think, but I know enough that it doesn’t work. Plus, Wearing Jesus sandals with socks, making dad jokes, invading Iraq is a slippery slope.
Annika: You know it’s not your speech, right? You don’t have to take three hours to get points.
Aaron: Well, one, that hurt my feelings. Two, college is an opportunity for you to expand your horizons, to get out of your comfort zone. I’m just saying, there’s a lot to do, you know? see Young Republican Club. Let’s not do that. We don’t need any more Candace Owens.
In fact, the world needs it more A confident, intellectual, conservative woman like Candace. What we don’t need is another woke show shoving a liberal agenda down our throats and calling it entertainment. But what exactly is that? big-ish Every week.
For some reason, the show was renewed for a sixth season despite ongoing poor ratings. The episode fell to its lowest in total viewers in the entire fifth season (of 13 episodes), was at the bottom of all cable shows for its airdate (Wednesday, February 8), and was down nearly 40% year-over-year in both viewers and the 18-49 demo.
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