Orange Is The New Black: “Ching Chong Chang” Review - AVClub

AVClub: Yesterday we had a lengthy discussion in the comments about the end of “Fake It Till You Fake It Some More.” In my review, I talked about the final scene—revealing the Whispers work room—as Flaca gaining purpose, her past life as a part-time seamstress for her mother having unknowingly prepared her for this exciting new job opportunity that represents significant mobility in the context of her life in Litchfield; many of you, it turns out, had read it completely differently, seeing it as a depressing and tragic return to the job she had desperately wanted to avoid as a teenager. Her emotions—tears in her eyes, a slight knowing smile—could be twisted to support either reason, while the song choice in “Mama Said” could confirm either if you contort hard enough.

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