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It could be argued that the second episode of a TV series is even harder to get right than the pilot. The work a premiere puts in to getting viewers just hooked enough to come back for a second week, could easily be undone with a lackluster follow-up. Luckily, Pitch is showing no signs of hitting any such slump. In fact, “The Interim” was a step above the already fantastic pilot – the dialogue went from a bit overdramatic to realistic, and it proved Pitch is not a show that needs to rely on the same device every episode in order to maximize emotional punch. As much as I loved the Dad Twist, seeing him week-to-week in “ghost” form, or having another twist thrown in the mix, would quickly have turned this beautiful bit of storytelling into a …show more content…
It’s causing tension between her and the team, it’s distracting them from playing the game, and it’s putting a great deal of pressure on Ginny to be more than just a pitcher. She tries her best to be “just one of the guys” and she holds her own. However, let’s be honest, there’s only so much Ginny could do to in the face of such abundant male fragility. The persistent buzz of sports news journalists and their incessant opinions in the background of nearly every scene, was an excellent way to generate and maintain the friction running rampant throughout the episode. It’s a wonder Ginny didn’t completely lose her shit when Rachel, one of the many journalists, tried to pull that “woman to woman” nonsense on her. I am in awe of Ginny’s ability to remain so …show more content…
Kylie Bunbury is a joy to watch in all of her scenes; she’s hilarious while crushing her teammates male fantasies about hooking up with other players, charismatic when interacting with almost any other character, and intensely captivating when standing on the pitcher’s mound. But the raw and genuine sincerity she brings to Ginny in the scenes with Kimmel is simply stunning. What’s better is how it never felt that the writers were using Ginny’s character as a mere mouthpiece to talk about the show’s parallels to gender politics in the real world. Everything Ginny said felt very authentic to her current experience; to the new world she is trying her best to navigate

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