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Charisma Carpenter Responds to Joss Whedon’s Egotistical, Foot-Shooting Interview Jamboree

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 18, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | January 18, 2022 |


If you haven’t read Brian’s takedown of the new Joss Whedon interview, which is a case study in being given your own rope and repeatedly hanging yourself with it just so many times, go ahead and do that. Then swing back here and scope out Charisma Carpenter’s response where she backs Ray Fisher and accurately clocks Whedon for filth.

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