I Love Bekka & Lucy
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I Love Bekka & Lucy…Because It’s Kind Of Hard Not To

March 30, 2017

Two best friends with little to no responsibility, complete and utter adoration for one another, living in an adorable little home at the end of an almost completely isolated neighborhood- prime for getting in to shenanigans with. This is kind of the dream for many best friends in there 20 somethings. Living without their parents but not quite ready to be parents or take on any extra responsibility for that matter.

An added bonus to this show is the fact that it stars two women of color, who are all but free from the stereotypical tropes of Hollywood. In addition to that, this isn’t women who are being catty towards one another, it’s a true friendship that is going through some growth spurts and it’s presented in an organic fashion. This was a well written and well past first season and I can’t wait to see what happens if there’s a sophomore year.

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