One Day at a Time: (2019) (Season 3)
February 9, 2019 9:08 AM - Season 3 (Full Season) - Subscribe

So while you're here, enjoy the view, keep on doing what you do!
posted by oh yeah! (7 comments total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
 
Looking forward to the rest of season 3, but my wife and I immediately agreed that reconciliation scene between Justina Machado and Melissa Fumero in “The Funeral” was the most sexually charged thing we’ve seen on the show to date O_o
posted by infinitewindow at 12:09 PM on February 9 [3 favorites]


I zipped through 5 or 6 episodes last night and finished the rest of the season this morning. Another good season, and I hope they get an easy renewal for S4 instead of the struggle that getting S3 apparently was. Throw some of that canceled Marvel show money at them, Netflix, please?

The casting of Schneider's father was perfect. Like, I didn't really have any mental image in my head already, but when Ruck walked through the door my brain was like, "ah, of course that's him."
posted by oh yeah! at 2:54 PM on February 9 [1 favorite]


I also watched this in its entirety yesterday and today. Such a delightful show and I really hope it gets a 4th season renewal.
posted by acidnova at 6:25 PM on February 9


I hope it gets enough seasons for us to get the entire opening theme lyrics written into the Fanfare show page.
posted by oh yeah! at 8:40 AM on February 10 [6 favorites]


Heyyyy I also have an LA Glads jersey, solidarity sister nerd!
posted by rewil at 11:40 AM on February 10


I am so so shipping Penelope/Schneider - the way they've been building up his centrality to the family and Penelope and the level of faith they have in each other, BE STILL MY HEART.
posted by dorothyisunderwood at 7:31 AM on February 11


my wife and I immediately agreed that reconciliation scene between Justina Machado and Melissa Fumero in “The Funeral” was the most sexually charged thing we’ve seen on the show to date

Um, YES, I had to rewind because I was like "wait. I thought they were cousins. But they're lovers??"

I am only halfway through but I have been thinking about how great it is that Syd gets to stay on the show. Most shows would introduce a Syd so they could have 1 or 2 episodes showing how they are very cool with non-binary people and then the NB character would vanish forever from the show. The Carmichael Show did this with a trans character, The Mindy Project did it with a woman who used a wheelchair. Seinfeld with a Native American character (although I think they just showed that at least 2 out of the 4 were racist). Just off the top of my head. But Syd gets to keep coming back, be a nerdy activist who is comfortable in their identity and able to express vulnerability.

I hope if Syd goes it is because they realize they are more mature than Elena and they want to be with someone who is equally understanding and generous in a relationship.
posted by Emmy Rae at 2:06 PM on February 11 [1 favorite]


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