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Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star- Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star-gazing is thrown off course when half of the Roanoke and Zodiac cabins sneak away into the night in search of aliens, leaving everyone else to deal with a gatecrashing goddess who throws the entire camp into a tizzy. Not to mention there’s a nefarious kitten-napping and a super-secret crush to contend with! Writers Kat Leyh and Shannon Watters team up with talented newcomer Kanesha C. Bryant for the next volume of the New York Times best-selling phenomenon that takes Friendship To The Max! Collects Lumberjanes #65-68.


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Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star- Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event, but with a gatecrashing goddess, a kitten-napping, and secret crushes coming to light this is a night no one ever expected! STOLEN KITTIES, SECRET CRUSHES & A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Jen and Rosie plan to take the Lumberjane scouts to see an amazing astronomical event. But their night of star-gazing is thrown off course when half of the Roanoke and Zodiac cabins sneak away into the night in search of aliens, leaving everyone else to deal with a gatecrashing goddess who throws the entire camp into a tizzy. Not to mention there’s a nefarious kitten-napping and a super-secret crush to contend with! Writers Kat Leyh and Shannon Watters team up with talented newcomer Kanesha C. Bryant for the next volume of the New York Times best-selling phenomenon that takes Friendship To The Max! Collects Lumberjanes #65-68.

30 review for Lumberjanes Vol. 17: Smitten in the Stars

  1. 5 out of 5

    Devann

    [muffled chanting] ACE ARTEMIS! ACE ARTEMIS! So funny that I was just recently thinking 'wouldn't it be cool if Artemis was ace in Lumberjanes' since a lot of ace people view her that way AND THEN!! Very cute, hope they do more with that. Overall just a really fun volume and I liked the introduction of some Norse mythology as well. [muffled chanting] ACE ARTEMIS! ACE ARTEMIS! So funny that I was just recently thinking 'wouldn't it be cool if Artemis was ace in Lumberjanes' since a lot of ace people view her that way AND THEN!! Very cute, hope they do more with that. Overall just a really fun volume and I liked the introduction of some Norse mythology as well.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa Black

    I feel like this is the lumberjanes I’ve been missing for a few volumes. Loved it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Okay, quick review of the actual story - splitting the 'Janes into two groups and getting some new characters involved is something I'd have thought we'd have got a LONG time ago, but it works really well. The is-it-aliens-is-it-not plot is silly, but the goddess stuff counterbalances it well. I love how oblivious everyone is to everyone else. And the artwork takes a little getting used to, but it's a fun change by the end of the volume. But now, to what I really want to say. Asexuality representa Okay, quick review of the actual story - splitting the 'Janes into two groups and getting some new characters involved is something I'd have thought we'd have got a LONG time ago, but it works really well. The is-it-aliens-is-it-not plot is silly, but the goddess stuff counterbalances it well. I love how oblivious everyone is to everyone else. And the artwork takes a little getting used to, but it's a fun change by the end of the volume. But now, to what I really want to say. Asexuality representation in media is few and far between. I can count on one FINGER when I personally have seen a character say that they're not into sex, and I can't recall a single time that I've heard the word asexual spoken/written down. I personally identify as a homoromantic asexual, which is probably even rarer in real life than it is in media. I'd all but given up on seeing someone fall into that category in any of the media I consume. And yet this volume does it. Granted, we still don't get the A word. But then again, Lumberjanes has never said that Jo is trans, or that Barney is non-binary either. They just are. So it fits the way that the book tells its stories, and I can't have everything. But I digress. One of the characters here has the conversation with someone crushing on them, and just tells them outright that they aren't into kissing and that side of relationships. But they're happy to hold hands, and still return their romantic feelings. And their prospective partner just smiles and accepts it, and then they're together. It's just...wonderful to see myself reflected on a page. Okay, I'm a dude, and the two people in this book are female, but it's still there. It's still a homoromantic asexual character, on paper, in front of me. So yeah, all the stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    Gahhhhhh okay fine. This one was really cute, okay? A lot less substance than the first few editions but I literally do not care at all because this made my heart extremely happy.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alissa

    I keep saying I'm done with this series, and yet... and yet... it keeps tempting me back. WITH KITTENS!!!! While this issue was better than #16, it still wasn't as good as the Early 'Janes. You know, back when the series was fresh and new and plotlines didn't feel as recycled as old Disney animations. But this volume was cute and friendship-focused (per usual) to the max. And it gave the Roanokes (Barney, Diane, and Co) time to shine a bit more than usual. And it had magical kittens. Marigold 💞 and I keep saying I'm done with this series, and yet... and yet... it keeps tempting me back. WITH KITTENS!!!! While this issue was better than #16, it still wasn't as good as the Early 'Janes. You know, back when the series was fresh and new and plotlines didn't feel as recycled as old Disney animations. But this volume was cute and friendship-focused (per usual) to the max. And it gave the Roanokes (Barney, Diane, and Co) time to shine a bit more than usual. And it had magical kittens. Marigold 💞 and some new sparkly feline friends✨...which are, somehow, even better than regular magical kitters. Don't ask how. They just are. Artwork had a bit of a Muppet Babies feel, which was better than the lumpish-ness that it sometimes has (you know, where the characters look kind of like potatoes). Still distracting, though, and I can't really say I like it. But the story was so freaking CUTE!! And KITTENS!! All the things combines... Three star average

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

    I love when other cabins are involved. Plus more goddesses and cats. Seeing an ace character was also great. Done in such a nice way too.

  7. 4 out of 5

    angelofmine1974

    3 1/2 stars My review of this book can be found on my Youtube Vlog at: https://youtu.be/7g2absHW6YQ Enjoy! 3 1/2 stars My review of this book can be found on my Youtube Vlog at: https://youtu.be/7g2absHW6YQ Enjoy!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    Wow. This book. This book is, undoubtedly, one of the very best "Lumberjanes" books I've ever read in this entire series. The fact that it comes after literally one of the worst ones that I've ever read (or at least, lowest rated so far on my Goodreads) is really just something. It is because of these AMAZING "Lumberjanes" that come every couple of books in the series that I continue to still read it. What can I say about this book? Well, I think I have to give some context as to why I enjoyed thi Wow. This book. This book is, undoubtedly, one of the very best "Lumberjanes" books I've ever read in this entire series. The fact that it comes after literally one of the worst ones that I've ever read (or at least, lowest rated so far on my Goodreads) is really just something. It is because of these AMAZING "Lumberjanes" that come every couple of books in the series that I continue to still read it. What can I say about this book? Well, I think I have to give some context as to why I enjoyed this book so much... Throughout the past ten years, I've really struggled with my sexuality and still do. I don't know what I am, to put it frankly. For a long time, I didn't have the word, but, even with the word I know, it doesn't exactly describe the feelings and thoughts I experience fully. I may be asexual. Or I might be aromantic. Or I might be aromantic with graysexuality. I don't know. I can't figure it out, really, for the life of me and when I start to look too internally in, I get very depressed because, to be honest, I am not comfortable being whatever I am and I crave to be... I don't know. Like everyone else, I guess. Plus, to me, it just feels like another "problem" in my life even if it's not meant to be one and I already have enough of those with my mental illnesses, family dysfunction, don't - know - what - I'm - doing - with - my - life career wise and just generally. When I tact on the problems with my sexuality and the big ? around it... I don't know, I just can't handle it. I would rather shove it somewhere and not further examine it anymore even though I know I'm not like my friends around me. And I never have. And I doubt I ever really will. I have always been off or different in this area of my life compared to everyone else. That said, I have never read a book about an asexual character before and I especially was not expecting to tonight when I opened this book in the "Lumberjanes" series. Although it makes sense with how inclusive the book series has ALWAYS been, but still. I was surprised. And I loved it!! Not only that, but even if I might be aromantic in my life with people - I love romance in books, movies, and TV shows. So not only was the typical Mal and Molly romance just A+ in this, but I also adored watching Hes and Diane bloom with each other... And then, for Diane to be an asexual character in a relationship... Wow, I am just BLOWN AWAY. Furthermore, besides the stories of romance in this book, I very much enjoyed the other things happening as well in this one like Norse mythology being introduced with Greek mythology (sort of made me go to Toon Town for a bit, to be honest) and the searching for a cat and all the fun alien hunting with the Zodiacs and getting to know their characters better. I don't know - I just found this "Lumberjanes" book being ENTHRALLING. And then, amazing. And fun. There were no problems in this one that I experienced in the last one (no fighting, no unnecessary repetition, bad writing, et cetera) and then... I don't know. I found my heart soaring when I saw that Diane was asexual. Even though I am still figuring out my own bullshit and whatever I might be, I just really appreciated the representation in this book, the normalization, and the fact that it gave me some type of like... Hope? Making me feel like I am okay, to a certain extent??? Diane being happy and asexual was just something I needed because to me, at this point in my life, I find it something so heavy and negative and painful. I hope one day that I can be as accepting and happy with myself as Diane is in this book. This is what I aspire to be... A Greek mythical goddess that's asexual in a comic about crazy shit at camp, lol. Also, I should like totally read more books about asexual people, I guess? Or the realms of asexuality that people might be experiencing and navigating in that? I don't know. It was really helpful in this moment, but I know, in other times, it's really difficult for me (as, like I said, it can be sort of painful and it feels like the end of all my romantic dreams/notions that I've grown up with for the past 26 years [although it doesn't have to be necessarily like that and this book really helped me with that as Diane is asexual and she is still romantic/in a relationship]). Also, I hope my review doesn't offend anyone? It's Pride month currently and this post is sort of like... I don't know... How I struggle to figure myself out and have pride for myself? I don't mean it to be offensive, I'm just going through shit and trying to figure it out and I wanted to be honest about this book and my feelings with it. So yeah, this was my review. It probably reveals way too much of myself to a group of people that don't need to know, but I've still done it anyway. I VERY much recommend this "Lumberjanes" book. I would even be willing to give it like six out of five stars because I truly find it one of the best ones out of the entire series... Maybe even more than the first two (that I originally adored)? Wow. Just crazy times. Who expected this turn of events. EXTRA FINAL NOTE: Also, loved the art in this book. It was very unique and I loved the style along with the choices the artist made like that one page where it was a montage of what both girl groups were doing... Beautiful and amazing!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Paula Phillips

    Volume #17 of the Lumberjanes has the camp split in half as half of the camp is going off Alien Hunting whereas the other half are on their journey to see the Meteor shower that is supposed to be happening tonight. While the group led by Emily and Jo is off alien-hunting as we learn that Emily's parents love everything Alien-related and even own a UFO-styled diner. Hes decides that this is his chance to ask Mal about love advice as she and Molly are the "perfect camp couple" as Hes has feelings Volume #17 of the Lumberjanes has the camp split in half as half of the camp is going off Alien Hunting whereas the other half are on their journey to see the Meteor shower that is supposed to be happening tonight. While the group led by Emily and Jo is off alien-hunting as we learn that Emily's parents love everything Alien-related and even own a UFO-styled diner. Hes decides that this is his chance to ask Mal about love advice as she and Molly are the "perfect camp couple" as Hes has feelings for Diane - our Goddess. Meanwhile, in the other group, Barney is walking with Molly and Diane when all of a sudden his cat is kidnapped by a Norse Goddess who believes the cat belongs to the Goddess Freja and it is her job to bring it back to her. However, can Barney convince her that she has things mixed up and we see Diane getting angry as she is no longer the only Goddess at the camp and this is her territory? I have to admit I wasn't as impressed with this particular volume of Lumberjanes as the storyline fell a bit flat for my liking compared to the other adventures that the girls and Barney have experienced before in previous volumes. Like I felt that the Alien storyline could have been played on a bit more as this felt like a fantastical adventure that the girls could fit right into.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Cale

    This is another strong volume that revisits some of the ideas used in Volume 14 but uses them to much better effect, namely by expanding the cast to several of the other cabins and allowing Diane, Emily and the other Zodiacs to take shared billing. Hunting for aliens leads to some more fantastical encounters, and two storylines that merge satisfyingly in the end. Kanesha Bryant's art style is simpler and more angular than AnneMarie Rogers' but it really nails the character designs for both famil This is another strong volume that revisits some of the ideas used in Volume 14 but uses them to much better effect, namely by expanding the cast to several of the other cabins and allowing Diane, Emily and the other Zodiacs to take shared billing. Hunting for aliens leads to some more fantastical encounters, and two storylines that merge satisfyingly in the end. Kanesha Bryant's art style is simpler and more angular than AnneMarie Rogers' but it really nails the character designs for both familiar and relatively new faces. The dialog is notably good, and the story moves very satisfyingly. While our main campers are definitely present throughout, this is Diane's (and to a lesser extent, Emily's) book. And I really appreciated some of the more unique relationships between characters that are highlighted here. If you're a Jo/April/Ripley kind of reader, this might be a little bit disappointing as a volume, but in the overall world of Lumberjanes, I was very impressed.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mackenzie

    The art in this volume is SO GOOD. I definitely prefer this to the art style the last few volumes have had. I feel like the characters have their recognizability back! Ripley looks like she’s younger than everyone and Mal has her body shape back. The faces are a lot more expressive. I liked Roanoke cabin teaming up with the Zodiacs I don’t love when the girls are separated, but I do like that they kinda just mixed and mashed the cabins together. Diane is so interesting and I always love seeing m The art in this volume is SO GOOD. I definitely prefer this to the art style the last few volumes have had. I feel like the characters have their recognizability back! Ripley looks like she’s younger than everyone and Mal has her body shape back. The faces are a lot more expressive. I liked Roanoke cabin teaming up with the Zodiacs I don’t love when the girls are separated, but I do like that they kinda just mixed and mashed the cabins together. Diane is so interesting and I always love seeing more of her. The Zodiacs are really cool too! I love their character designs. The two stories really came together in a way I never expected! I really enjoyed this volume. It feels like we’re getting back to form with the Lumberjanes!

  12. 5 out of 5

    strawberry

    the ending with hes and diane made me soft :,) loving that aroace rep; i was Not expecting it!! and this particular volume had creative transitions that kept me reading as well as a cute incorporation of both plot lines into one at the end. all these volumes read like episodes of a children's cartoon. i wish there was more of an overarching storyline considered there are only a few volumes left before the series is officially over and as of this volume it's not ramping up to any big conflict or the ending with hes and diane made me soft :,) loving that aroace rep; i was Not expecting it!! and this particular volume had creative transitions that kept me reading as well as a cute incorporation of both plot lines into one at the end. all these volumes read like episodes of a children's cartoon. i wish there was more of an overarching storyline considered there are only a few volumes left before the series is officially over and as of this volume it's not ramping up to any big conflict or anything.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Leigh

    I feel like this was a really solid installment of this series. It was cool to see members from both of the featured cabins come together to figure out what was going on and solve the day. It was also a cool reveal that Diane is asexual. I feel like that makes a lot of sense for her character. In terms of plot, I thought the speed was appropriate, although it was on the shorter end. I had some qualms with the design of some panels where characters mouth's were way too open. I think it mostly hap I feel like this was a really solid installment of this series. It was cool to see members from both of the featured cabins come together to figure out what was going on and solve the day. It was also a cool reveal that Diane is asexual. I feel like that makes a lot of sense for her character. In terms of plot, I thought the speed was appropriate, although it was on the shorter end. I had some qualms with the design of some panels where characters mouth's were way too open. I think it mostly happened to Diane, but that was my one qualm in the art department. Overall, solid 3.75/4 stars.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mary Havens

    Who doesn't love Marigold and other giant, magical cats?? I laughed several times throughout this work. Diane and her interactions between the other ladies is especially funny. I also appreciated Diane's boundaries at the very end of the book. Another gem from Lumberjanes, my favorite comic :) Random note: Norse mythology seems to be finding me lately. Our current family read, "How To Train Your Dragon", is set in Viking times and there are random other ways I've encountered Frost Giants and the N Who doesn't love Marigold and other giant, magical cats?? I laughed several times throughout this work. Diane and her interactions between the other ladies is especially funny. I also appreciated Diane's boundaries at the very end of the book. Another gem from Lumberjanes, my favorite comic :) Random note: Norse mythology seems to be finding me lately. Our current family read, "How To Train Your Dragon", is set in Viking times and there are random other ways I've encountered Frost Giants and the Norse gods.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Ranger

    This volume has a lot of heart. It's funny, adventurous, and has just a bit of good characterization. Although it is not as good as the first few titles in the series, I feel like the series is moving back in that direction, especially with this title. I also appreciated the reference to your local library in the introduction to the Cover Gallery. I highly recommend both this volume and this series. This volume has a lot of heart. It's funny, adventurous, and has just a bit of good characterization. Although it is not as good as the first few titles in the series, I feel like the series is moving back in that direction, especially with this title. I also appreciated the reference to your local library in the introduction to the Cover Gallery. I highly recommend both this volume and this series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    The Lumberjane girls are on a hike to a clearing to watch a meteor shower! Half of the Zodiacs and the Roanokes step into the woods to chat, and then they get separated. Diane, a Greek Goddess in human form, runs into a Norse Goddess, and trouble begins. This storyline was great, including all of our favorite Lumberjane characters, mythology, magical kittens, and even a search for aliens! Friendship and even some romance pops up this collection!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amber Scaife

    (very slight spoilers ahead) The 'janes are at it again, this time half of them follow along and support a fellow camper who's looking for proof of alien life, while the other half have a close encounter with a Norse goddess. This series continues to be one of my very favorite things for its insanely clever wit and its all-encompassing acceptance. (In particular this time around for its revealing of the goddess Diane as a grey ace in loving, NBD style. Just...so wonderful.) (very slight spoilers ahead) The 'janes are at it again, this time half of them follow along and support a fellow camper who's looking for proof of alien life, while the other half have a close encounter with a Norse goddess. This series continues to be one of my very favorite things for its insanely clever wit and its all-encompassing acceptance. (In particular this time around for its revealing of the goddess Diane as a grey ace in loving, NBD style. Just...so wonderful.)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nadina

    So the story itself was good, though I felt it left a little open-ended. I am not a huge fan of the artwork right now, somehow the characters have just changed so much from their original that I find it difficult to truly love them as much as I did, though I do still love the characters. I almost gave this a three because of the artwork, but my devotion to the Lumberjanes and the fact I still love their stories in their endless summer I had to bump it up to four.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Abigail Pankau

    While the whole camp is trying to see the Perseid meteor shower, some of the Roanokes & Zodiacs go to look for aliens. The Norse goddess Freya appears to the rest of camp, Diane gets jealous of the attention, and then there’s a kitten-napping! Lots of wacky excitement, with only a tiny bit of character development this time. Still a fun series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Can the Lumberjanes never end? I don't even care if I have to watch them do their laundry and wash dishes, I just love them all soo much! I love that we got to see new relationships being born in this one. I loved that we got a little Norse mythology in this one. What else can I say? I see Lumberjanes, I want, and then I read. No question. Can the Lumberjanes never end? I don't even care if I have to watch them do their laundry and wash dishes, I just love them all soo much! I love that we got to see new relationships being born in this one. I loved that we got a little Norse mythology in this one. What else can I say? I see Lumberjanes, I want, and then I read. No question.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Estel

    This volume is adorable. Hes and Diane are great, and it's nice to see some on-page asexual confirmation and representation. It feels like this volume moved things forward a bit, at least with regards to character relationships, and it's great to see some focus on the non-Roanoke crew for a little bit. This volume is adorable. Hes and Diane are great, and it's nice to see some on-page asexual confirmation and representation. It feels like this volume moved things forward a bit, at least with regards to character relationships, and it's great to see some focus on the non-Roanoke crew for a little bit.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    *shrug* It's fine. The artwork seemed a little like someone had watched a lot of anime and Adventure Time but didn't get the style quite right. I got more used to it as the book went on and sometimes it was good. The story is.... fine. I'm not sure what I'd want them to add or change to not feel like just more of the same, so I can't really complain. *shrug* It's fine. The artwork seemed a little like someone had watched a lot of anime and Adventure Time but didn't get the style quite right. I got more used to it as the book went on and sometimes it was good. The story is.... fine. I'm not sure what I'd want them to add or change to not feel like just more of the same, so I can't really complain.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Molly Walker

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I always enjoy when the Roanokes team up with the Zodiacs. I really appreciate the portrayal of Mal and Molly's relationship throughout this series and I'm excited to see where Hes and Diane's relationship leads. The story at the heart of this volume was a bit meh, but I would read about Lumberjanes watching paint dry, so. I always enjoy when the Roanokes team up with the Zodiacs. I really appreciate the portrayal of Mal and Molly's relationship throughout this series and I'm excited to see where Hes and Diane's relationship leads. The story at the heart of this volume was a bit meh, but I would read about Lumberjanes watching paint dry, so.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    I loved getting to spend some quality time with the Zodiacs, and seeing characters who don't often interact spend a lot of time together. Emily was really a standout character for me. She's given a lot of depth in just four issues! I loved getting to spend some quality time with the Zodiacs, and seeing characters who don't often interact spend a lot of time together. Emily was really a standout character for me. She's given a lot of depth in just four issues!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I almost rated this three stars because in the beginning the art style felt detached from the story and the characters that I had come to love. But the ending of this volume was so sweet. I am a sucker for healthy relationships and some asexual representation.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lucy Wickham

    Good ol' fashioned Lumberjane fun! Norse mythology is my favorite, so was excited to see a bit of that in this volume. Also giant magic cats are never a disappointment. ALSO ACE REP!! Yes Artemis, you go girl. Good ol' fashioned Lumberjane fun! Norse mythology is my favorite, so was excited to see a bit of that in this volume. Also giant magic cats are never a disappointment. ALSO ACE REP!! Yes Artemis, you go girl.

  27. 4 out of 5

    mykittyquest17

    5 stars A fantastic graphic novel. I enjoyed returning to the lumberjanes camp and getting to adventure with the Roanoaks and the Zodiaks. This adventure also had a full on goddess fight and magic cats so, all in all, this was amazing and Beautiful.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Art

    This books so much fun! The Zodiacs are a great group that really complement the Roanokes. Between the alien hunt and the goddess fight, there was action galore. And the "camp couple" take a big step. This books so much fun! The Zodiacs are a great group that really complement the Roanokes. Between the alien hunt and the goddess fight, there was action galore. And the "camp couple" take a big step.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Heather-Lin

    I LOVED THIS ONE! Finally, a sweet story with depth, character growth, friendships branching out into different friend groups - this was EVERYTHING that I love about Lumberjanes that's been missing for a long while now. I LOVED THIS ONE! Finally, a sweet story with depth, character growth, friendships branching out into different friend groups - this was EVERYTHING that I love about Lumberjanes that's been missing for a long while now.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Mellen

    I really enjoyed this focus on Diane, as well as on Mal and Molly - they’re the absolute cutest, with their little blushes! Loved seeing more of Barney and Marigold too. Really just enjoyed this whole thing.

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