Category Archives: Minx

Minx – Season 1, Episode 8 (Oh, so you’re the sun now? You’re the giver of life?)

This episode has Minx starting to rise and fall, and provides an insight into Joyce’s past. The episode kicks off with Joyce living in a hippy commune of some kind in Yonkers in 1968, three years before she meets Doug in the pilot. We see her collecting a handful of chicken eggs out of a coop, we then are brought

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Minx – Season 1, Episode 7 (God Save the Queen of Dicks)

Despite things looking grim at the end of the previous episode, with the Woodbridge college protest ostensibly getting out of control, it actually leads to Minx finally becoming successful. The episode kicks off days after the end of the previous episode, with a television news report on the protest which includes a vox pop on Minx and quotes from an

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Minx – Season 1, Episode 5 (Relaying news of a wayward snake)

This episode took the show in a slightly different direction by exploring Doug’s connections to the mob, and a studio turf war at the Bottom Dollar office. Interestingly, the episode doesn’t kick off with the main characters, rather a family consisting of Vince, his wife, Francesca, and their two children having dinner. When Francesca tells Vince about big ticket items

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Minx – Season 1, Episode 2 (Au revoir, le double dong)

Now that the pilot has established the show’s settings and characters, the fun can really begin. This episode focuses on Doug and Joyce courting advertisers to bring in revenue for Minx, kicking off with Bambi on a photoshoot, posing as a school teacher at ‘Naughty Girl High’. Now that Joyce has inspired her, she is questioning the backstory of the

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Minx – Pilot (Not like a shvantz right in the face)

The job of a pilot is to establish a show’s premise and characters. This pilot did its job perfectly. We are introduced to Joyce Prigger (Ophelia Lovibond) by a daydream she has of winning a Pulitzer Prize, giving a speech talking about how Gloria Steinem is her inspiration, only for Joyce (and us) to be brought back to reality when

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