We get that Rachel’s past and mental/emotional issues are at the core of the character. But watching someone so clearly in need of help careen from crisis to crisis is starting to feel a little voyeuristic — especially in light of what we learned in Season 2. We’re not suggesting that the show make her A-OK in two episodes, but maybe a few small healing wins would get her on a good path.
LET IT BREATHE
Yes, TV shooting schedules can be merciless. But that doesn’t mean the action on UnREAL has to proceed at warp speed. Season 2 saw so many changes in Everlasting‘s leadership — as well as incredibly quick (and quick-to-implode) courtships for both Quinn and Rachel — that it was hard to keep track of who hated whom on what day. Give us some time to savor all the delicious bitchery!
Jeremy hit Rachel, conspired with Coleman and possibly committed double murder. It doesn’t matter if he still loves Rach: The guy’s gotta go.
UNREAL IN PARADISE
Anyone else feeling a little penned-in at the Everlasting house? Maybe a season-long location shoot somewhere tropical would liven things up a bit.
MAKE RETURNS MATTER
What purpose — other than showing us that Freddie Stroma looks good clean-cut AND scruffy — was served by bringing Adam back?
Some new producers — whether earnest and innovative or scheming and backstabbing — in the mix with Madison and Jay couldn’t hurt, right? Copy that!
THE INCREDIBY TRUE STORY OF DOZENS OF GIRLS IN LOVE
We wouldn’t mind seeing two of the suitor’s possible mates fall in love… with each other. Bonus: Season 1’s Faith would be so proud!
HOST WITH THE LEAST?
Wouldn’t it be fun if Everlasting host and resident dim bulb Graham were secretly plotting to takeover the show himself? We’re not exactly sure what that would look like, but we’re reasonably certain that copious amounts of self-tanner would be involved.