Forget Samantha Jones ’drama – the conversation around the re-launch of“ Sex and the City ”about“ And Similarly ”about Che Diaz’s worst.
Che, performed by Sarah Ramires of “Gray’s Anatomy” alumniu, is a new addition to the world of SATC. Kerry Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) was in a romantic relationship with a strange podcast and comedian Che Diaz Miranda (Cynthia Nixon).
Miranda, whose marriage to Steve Brady (David Eigenberg) is outdated, is charming with Diaz’s free attitude and trustworthy cruelty.
But the audience isn’t that interesting.
Austin, Texas, author Atif Riaz, 32, told The Post that he would watch the show with his friends every week. Their main dish? “We all had something to say about Che Diaz being boring.”
The problem, he said, is that Che makes himself look more like a cartoon than a real person. “From using the‘ Moment of Awakening ’button on their awesome podcasts to using online lingo in oral conversations, Che is an over-zealous conservative who thinks they’re non-binary people, especially an irritating Twitter account. It looks like a rink, ”he said.
Twitter tends to agree.
Antonio C., 21, a college student in Cologne, Germany, tweeted earlier this month: “che diaz with one hand turned non-binary representation back 70 years.”
Antonio, who declined to give his last name, told The Post: “Basically all the scenes related to Che have such an atmosphere of discomfort. For some reason, even Miranda doesn’t seem to know how to act when she’s around Che. It’s too sharp because he doesn’t want to upset them. I think this is detrimental to the entire LGBTQ + community who want to normalize what is happening to people. People who don’t have duality don’t walk on snowflakes. “
For Mackenzie Oravek, a 23-year-old creative assistant at a San Antonio-based cinema, watching Cheney on screen is awkward because they don’t feel real.
“The writers adapt Cheney not for a weird audience, but for women over the age of 50 who still can’t wrap their heads in diamonds,” she told The Post. “They’re the base, not the character.”
He said watching Chening’s stand-up work in Part 3 was especially painful. “The whole sequence was like a monologue created by AI for a weird person.”
The film “And So…,” which is currently airing on HBOMax, was shown with a blast on December 9, with the protagonist Big (Chris Not) dying of a heart attack. The scandal followed the show was not uncommon – Big’s death after a Peloton lesson caused the brand’s stock to plummet as he struggled to recover; Allegations of sexual harassment surfaced against Noth – but for the audience, a moment on screen was their worst.
In episode 5, in “Tragicically Hip,” Miranda helps Kerry after hip surgery, and when Che visits, he rings the bell and announces, “Hey, this is Che Diaz”. Then Che and Miranda meet heartily in the kitchen – Kerry, who is recovering, leaves her without difficulty when she needs help in the bathroom.
Ryan Bailey, 42, who heads the Los Angeles-based “Too Bad with Ryan Bailey” podcast, said he was horrified.
“What have I just seen?” he said of the intense and heavy sequence. “To have someone [get intimate with] The character we grew up with in front of Kerry is very extreme, ”he said.“ And that’s Kerry’s boss! Many lines are being crossed. It’s wild. “
“This Che Diaz” has now become a meme with many viewers on social media jokes that it looks like a threat.
Viewer Katt Alexander, a 32-year-old documentary filmmaker in Sydney (Australia), said they were disappointed with the Che character – in part because they seem to have failed. “There are so many different ways to modernize SATC signs, but leaving them all in one sign seems surprisingly lazy.”
Troy McConnell, a 27-year-old Washington-based writer and self-proclaimed Sarah Ramires fan, hopes Che’s bow will recover in the remaining four episodes.
“Hopefully, over time, Che will settle down a bit as a character,” he said. “The addition of an unmarried character is awesome … throwing a non-dual podcast comedian directly into the mix is very nasal, which seems a bit silly to me, but charming at the same time.”