Fleabag copes with that loss by breaking the fourth wall and speaking directly to the camera. “She tries to keep her life humorous and amusing for the benefit of this audience that she has invited in,” Waller-Bridge says. ” … And eventually that relationship starts to break down in itself and she starts to regret bringing the audience in in the first place — because, of course, she has these secrets and these feelings of grief and misery underneath all the comedy.” –NPR.

[“BLA and GB Gabbler” (really just a pen name – singular) are the Editor and Narrator behind THE AUTOMATION, vol. 1 of the Circo del Herrero series. They are on facebook, twitter, tumblr, goodreads, and Vulcan’s shit list.]

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