Thursday, April 7, 2022

What I’m Watching: Call Me Kat

Call Me Kat: Season 2, Episode 13 “Call Me a Kingbirdie” (B)

It didn’t seem like a great idea to have Kat join the bowling team from the start, and things only got much more uncomfortable when she decided to make it her personal mission to push them towards victory and take away some of the fun and team spirit that made it all so enjoyable for Oscar. Fortunately, he’s a very forgiving boyfriend, and even though Kat probably could have toned down her controlling energy a bit, he took the blame and declared that he would try to do better in not letting it bother him so much. Wyatt and Phil seemed more open to her taking charge, though Phil was admittedly more focused on trying to figure out if his bowling alley crush Glen was gay and interested, another thing that Kat made sure happened in a more forceful and direct manner than the people originally involved may have liked. It’s nice to see that Phil might have a relationship in his future since we’ve only really seen him moving on from one that didn’t last and pining for people who weren’t always aware of his interest in them. Max hasn’t had a terribly easy time of things lately, and it’s continually amusing to see him try to succeed in a new arena despite being woefully unprepared. Pippa’s songs were indeed terrible, but Max didn’t go about expressing his frustration in the best way. Randi and Carter were helpful allies in his quest for video stardom, a process that was mildly entertaining to watch.

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