Diane Guerrero

  • Series Premiere Title Card - Doom Patrol Season 1 Episode 1 Pilot

    Doom Patrol: Season 1 Episode 1 “Pilot” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review with Spoilers

    "Doom Patrol," formerly locked up behind a paywall not worth paying for, adds yet another reason to have HBO Max.

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  • In The Country We Love (My Family Divided) [Book Review] – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview From her childhood to her adult years, Diane Guerrero takes us through the highs of her family being a cohesive unit, to one by one them being deported and her being forced to rely on friends, her parents, and a boyfriend, to be her main support system. Community Rating: 59.92% (3)

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    Collected Quotes: In The Country We Love (My Family Divided)

    Best Of Truth is, among low-wage earners busting their tails to make the rent, one’s feelings are seldom discussed or acknowledged. Emotional wellness is a First World luxury. “Chapter 3: Underground.” In The Country We Love (My Family Divided) – Page 37 In immigrant communities all over the globe, celebrating is part of the culture. It’s a survival mechanism. When your relatives are thousands of miles away, you make up for it by connecting with others who speak your language. Eat your food. Love your music. Understand your traditions. Out neighbors weren’t only our neighbors; they were our extended family. “Chapter 1.” In The Country We Love (My Family Divided) – Page 14 A wave of comfort washed over me. My friend hasn’t urged me to be strong. She hadn’t told me to stand tall or soldier on. She hadn’t uttered the shallow reassurance that’s I’d get through this. Rather…

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  • Orange is the New Black: Season 2/ Episode 3 “Hugs Can Be Deceiving” – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

    Overview An explanation on why Suzanne (Crazy Eyes) has such a thing for Piper, as well as us seeing Vee become the mother to all the Black girls. Review (with Spoilers) Seemingly with Lorraine Touissant joining the show, she isn’t going to be treated as just a guest star. As of this episode she pretty much establishes herself with everyone but Sophia. Who has heard of her, but never interacted with her in person. And while the focus maybe Suzanne, again I feel Touissant/Vee finds a way to wiggle herself into another episode focused on a season 1 original and and carve out a big piece of the story for herself. Community Rating: 0.00% (0) - No Community Ratings Submitted.

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