Awkward. review – 3×20: ‘Who I Want To Be’

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After a rocky middle section, Awkward.‘s third season finale pulls off a dazzling finish as Jenna (Ashley Rickards) – and the show – come full circle. Let’s bitch it out…

Awkward. review – 3×19: ‘Karmic Relief’

Unbeknowst to her, Matty (Beau Mirchoff) doesn't plan to take Jenna (Ashley Rickards) to the prom in 'Karmic Reflief'

Awkward.‘s super-sized third season delivers the series’ first supersized episode in the form of ‘Karmic Relief’, an hour of wit and cat iconography that’s ultimately overshadowed by a hugely predictable non-twist ending. Let’s bitch it out…

Awkward. review – 3×18: ‘Old Jenna’

Jenna (Ashley Rickards) strikes a new balance in 'Old Jenna'

As Awkward. moves towards its third season finale, Jenna (Ashley Rickards) continues to find her way back to her old friends and her old life. What she discovers is that it’s not so easy to go back to being the Continue reading

Awkward. review – 3×17: ‘The Campaign Fail’

Tamara (Jillian Rose Reed) destroys her own relationship in 'The Campaign Fail'

After sitting through some of the darkest episodes of the series, it’s comforting to see Awkward. take a more light hearted approach. Not that ‘The Campaign Fail’ isn’t still packed with significant moments. Let’s bitch it out…

Awkward. review – 3×15 / 3×16: ‘A Very Special Episode Of Awkward.’ / ‘Less Than Hero’

Val (Desi Lydic) figures front and center in Awkward.'s double dose

Awkward. opts for a double dose detailing the final stages of Jenna Hamilton’s (Ashley Rickards) downward spiral, but has the damage she’s created doomed her recovery? Let’s bitch it out…

Awkward. review – 3×14: ‘The Bad Seed’

Jenna (Ashley Rickards) is now a thoroughly disappointing protagonist in Awkward. 3x14

Will the real Jenna Hamilton (Ashley Rickards) please stand up…and put out the joint? Awkward.‘s protagonist has gone into full-on despicable territory in a realistic, albeit non-entertaining fashion. Let’s bitch it out…

Awkward. review – 3×13: ‘Taking Sides’

Jatty no more. Matty (Beau Mirchoff) and Jenna (Ashley Rickards) divide up their friends and go separate ways

Jenna (Ashley Rickards) continues to spiral out of control as she tries to take her relationship with cardboard cut-out Collin (Nolan Funk) public. Unfortunately nobody – including this reviewer – is having it. Let’s bitch it out…

Awkward. review – 3×12: ‘And Then What Happened?’

Tamara (Jillian Rose Reed) takes revenge on Collin (Nolan Funk) in Awkward. 3x12

After setting up all of the dominoes last week (and subsequently knocking them all down in one move at a surprise 17th birthday party), Awkward. dances around the fall-out for an inspired, if not particularly funny, rift on the telephone game.  Continue reading

Awkward. review – 3×11: ‘Surprise!’

Colin (Nolan Funk) and Jenna (Ashley Rickards) are caught in the act in the not-so-surprising 'Surprise'

It’s been a few months since we last saw Jenna (Ashley Rickards) and the rest of the Awkward. crew. When last we left off our flawed female protagonist had spent the first half of the third season working up to Continue reading

Awkward. review – 3×09: ‘Reality Check’

Becca (x) faces off against Ming (Jessika Lu) in Awkward. 3x09

Is it possible to find the silver lining in an episode that makes you go “ugh” for 21 minutes? Judging from my reaction to Jenna’s (Ashley Rickards) crush on Collin (Nolan Funk) in ‘Reality Check’, the answer is yes. Let’s Continue reading