GLOW (2017– )
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Keep Ridin' 

As Ruth grapples with major doubts about her path in life, Bash and Rhonda go on a spending spree, and Cherry and Carmen pick up a new side gig.


Lynn Shelton


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alison Brie ... Ruth Wilder
Betty Gilpin ... Debbie Eagan
Britt Baron ... Justine Biagi (credit only)
Kate Nash ... Rhonda Richardson
Sydelle Noel ... Cherry Bang
Gayle Rankin ... Sheila the She-Wolf
Kia Stevens ... Tammé Dawson
Jackie Tohn ... Melanie Rosen
Britney Young ... Carmen Wade
Chris Lowell ... Bash Howard
Marc Maron ... Sam Sylvia (voice)
Sunita Mani ... Arthie Premkumar
Shakira Barrera ... Yolanda Rivas
Kimmy Gatewood ... Stacey Beswick
Rebekka Johnson ... Dawn Rivecca


As Ruth grapples with major doubts about her path in life, Bash and Rhonda go on a spending spree, and Cherry and Carmen pick up a new side gig.

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Comedy | Drama | Sport


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Russell makes reference to Menahem Golan, who "made The Apple" and who he's going to work with. Golan and his partner founded Cannon Films, a company that made many films (most of them b-movies) during the 1980's. See more »


When they're about to mud wrestle, Cherry and Carmen are introduced as "Cheetara" and "Pumyra," and Carmen says she gave the names of Thundercats. Cheetara was introduced in the first episode in 1985, but Pumyra wasn't introduced until the second season in 1987, and Carmen would not have heard of the character by late 1986. See more »


References The Apple (1980) See more »


Written by Ann Wilson, Roger Fisher, Nancy Wilson and Michael DeRosier
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Fast Forward Over What Could have Been a Longer Season
22 September 2019 | by Lost_In_Translation_See all my reviews

The only reason I'm writing a review for a specific episode is because this is the first episode of this show that I have "disliked".

The fast forward they decide to do was not handled very well and we're thrown into 6 different plots that had been brewing since the 50th performance to the 200th.

It just felt like a cheap way for the showrunner to fast forward to the ending that they wanted to wrap up in the final two episodes. This is one of the few Netflix shows that I wish they gave a 13-15 episode run. It's also the 2nd shortest episode, nearly 10 mins shorter than the usual and it ends out of nowhere.

It just felt too much like a cop out to warp immediately to the end of GLOW's run at the casino. There coulda been a way to naturally do it, hell ask Netflix for 3 more episodes.

Even the ending of the season felt like it was just set up for the next and now final season, though the next two episode were pretty fantastic. Here's hoping we get some good closure in the final season and finale!

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9 August 2019 (USA) See more »

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