This time last year:
But. It also gives me a message that strong women can only use physical violence against… strong women. No strong man seems to be around that she can kick the crap out of. Does this go back to men not being able to hit a girl? Or is it more that the media doesn’t think that a woman could actually win against a man?
Not so with BK. From their giant plastic-headed (and scary) dude dressed like a king to their latest “Manthem” ad, they assume through their advertising that women aren’t really who they want to eat their food. Not that anyone should, quite frankly.
What’s different about this show, compared to other makeover shows, is that the women are transformed as soon as they start wearing the “right” clothes, which takes no more time or effort than wearing the wrong ones. Other makeover shows encourage women to stand in the bathroom for hours, working on hair and makeup, which only serves to reaffirm the idea that they’re flawed and in need of correction. Simply dressing your body differently can teach you that you were always okay, and correcting any bodily flaws you feel you have would just be icing on the cake.
Basically, he has no concept of anything but himself. Why should he? He’s a white male with a brilliant mind, he’s been raised to believe the world evolves around him. And it seems to be slowly dawning on him that it doesn’t. Life is going on without him. People no longer care about Denny Crane; the sycophants have other Gods to worship. He’s petrified, because the legend of Denny Crane is all he has, and he’s losing it.