Y: The Final Man continued its weekly descent into left-wing hell with a scene during which a biology-denying scientist tries to feed Holy Communion to a monkey.
Within the dystopian trans show’s newest FX on Hulu episode, “Bizarre Al Is Lifeless,” launched on Monday October 4, the only real organic male who survived a man-killing plague, is with a undercover agent and a scientist who desires to clone him. The three attend a weird religious-like out of doors ceremony the place girls stroll round in circles to a Radiohead track whereas holding candles. The characters discover the expertise very highly effective when in fact it’s comically ridiculous.
After leaving the ceremony, the three characters cover from navy officers searching for them by sneaking right into a church. Apparently, the church doesn’t transfer them in the identical method circling round to an English rock band does. In a very offensive scene, the scientist, Dr. Mann (Diana Bang), feeds communion bread (it’s unclear whether it is consecrated) to a monkey whereas she mocks the Eucharist.
Dr. Mann: Mmm… ( smacking lips ) ( monkey chittering ) Yummy. Physique of Christ. C’Mon. Get it. Good.
Y: The Final Man is actually not the primary present to mock the Eucharist. Holy Communion has been mocked on network television, too. Since Hollywood regularly promotes Satanism, it isn’t stunning that they take alternatives of their scripts to mock a sacrament.
The collection additionally features a man-hating cult of ladies hiding out in Pennsylvania who speak endlessly about how terrible they assume males are to girls. “I noticed it day-after-day I used to be a cop. Ladies crushed, imprisoned, killed, not simply by maniac psycho killers, however by the lads who ‘cherished’ them,” Roxanne, the chief of the group says. The ladies are hostile in the direction of a “trans-man” (a lady taking testosterone) and are ordered to by no means be alone together with her. Man-hating feminism and transgenderism at one another’s throats. That is intersectionalism for you.
Two of the extra attention-grabbing characters within the present proceed to be two conservative girls who’re imagined to be both unhealthy or deranged, at the very least in keeping with the actors who play them and the principle characters of the present who talk about them.
Kimberly Cunningham (Amber Tamblyn) and Regina Oliver (Jennifer Wigmore) are conservative girls. Regina is meant to now be president in keeping with the road of succession, however she was misplaced in a overseas hospital within the early months after the plague hit and a Democrat took the helm as an alternative. Kimberly is the daughter of the lifeless Republican president.
After a Democrat staffer discovers she is unexpectedly pregnant and is contemplating abortion, Kimberly presents to undertake her youngster. However, tonally, the present makes even this second come throughout someway egocentric and off. Kimberly is determined to be a mom once more since her younger sons died within the plague. The staffer is visibly disturbed by Kimberly’s urgency and walks away.
Kimberly chats with Regina by the bulletin board crammed with photos of males who died. Each girls point out feminist double requirements with reference to completed girls.
Kimberly: They need to be parading you round like a feminist hero.
Regina: Feminism solely applies to liberals, Kim. that. My mom used to bitch concerning the state of the world. “If solely girls have been in cost, there’d be peace.” ( scoffs ) I by no means purchased it. After all she was a Democrat. Again then, I used to be, too. Mm. Voted for Reagan simply to piss her off. By no means seemed again.
Kimberly: , this room is the one place you will hear any of them point out what we misplaced. Generally I feel… Generally I feel they’re relieved. That is the world they’ve all the time needed.
When Regina begins questioning the appearing president’s lack of honesty and transparency concerning lacking helicopters, the left-wing president and supposed feminist deflects to Kimberly’s psychological state as an alternative.
“Oh, wow, for a feminist, you are certain fast to name a lady loopy,” says Regina. Her assertion is especially spot-on since all of the left-wing girls on the president’s workers dismissed Regina as loopy after they realized she was alive. However Regina is appropriate. The president is hiding important data that her cupboard must know.
So, on this collection males have been eradicated from the world. The conservative girls are supposedly “loopy” although they’re the one ones who appear to have a clue about authorities lies and corruption. Man-hating feminists are at conflict with transgenders. Actual faith is mocked and changed with “hymns” from an previous rock band. Welcome to the excellent encapsulation of a dysfunctional left-wing fantasy world.