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Hollywood legends comes to life in "And the Winner Is..." as Feud continues to prove that fact is indeed stranger than fiction.
Like a lot of things on Feud, it's amazing and wonderful that all of this really happened.
Kittens, we don't know about you but this episode was a delicious gift of high drag, laser-sharp scheming, weapons-grade bitchery, Hollywood myths come to life...
How ugly did it get? Pour yourself a stiff one - you're going to need it if you plan to read on.
One thousand applause emojis for you, Olivia de Havilland.
The loneliness of glamour and the emptiness of golden idols are exposed in this final slow zoom out from Feud's very best episode.
If you thought Joan was going to take her snub and go quietly into the night, well, what are you even doing here? This is Joan freaking Crawford.
The scenes in which Crawford swoops into Page's and Bancroft's lives with her request are beautifully written.
It lets me marvel as its lavish production values, its excellent period details, and its marvelous performances, yet it doesn't quite have the rapturous, compulsive, intensive energy of Murphy's best, most palatable programs.
As Olivia recalls, Joan isn't going to let "a tiny detail" like not being nominated keep her sidelined.
Feud's most amazing accomplishment is translating these larger-than-life creatures and breaking them down to the most basic human emotions. Envy. Despair. Isolation.