Elizabeth Cassidy, The Mighty’s news reporter, reviews episode 9 of “Insatiable” with the mental health community in mind. Yet again blaming everyone but herself. StudentOwner of Wiener Taco Mental health professionals refuse to help them as they’re seen as “manipulative.” I don’t know why “Insatiable” thinks it’s OK to equate BPD to being possessed, but I’ll try to give the writers the benefit of the doubt here. We don’t really see Patty eat after losing weight, so it’s impossible to know if she still struggles with overeating. Bob points out how ridiculous the idea of an exorcism sounds. This is a common stereotype people with disabilities face. She leaned into the popularity of it to help Wiener Taco, whose sales had suffered directly after the incident. She says a demon would explain a lot of her behavior.
She is played by Irene Choi, She is an antagonist. But when Dixie came back in a pink wheelchair and a neck brace, Patty instantly became the bad guy.
The Most You You Can Be Apparently eating the demon’s name is a way to control it. After all, that is the true story. Both Bob and Patty are called into Pastor Mike’s office. Instead, he focused on his relationship with Coralee.
She wanted to be herself instead of what he made her to be. Of course, Bob is not keen on talking to Pastor Mike about his marriage. True, Bob, so true.
Content warning: This episode contains references to disordered eating that may be triggering to people with or in recovery from eating disorders. Since its controversial trailer dropped, “Insatiable,” a Netflix series that addresses mental health topics, has made headlines for accusations of fat-shaming and the promotion of eating disorders. Patty is worried about her image, but Nonnie tells Patty she was just defending herself.
| Patty holds a seance in her bedroom with Christian, Nonnie and Dee, Nonnie’s girlfriend. When her mom comes to check on her, Patty tells her about the nightmare. The priest also says people who believe they’re possessed are often fighting a part of themselves. Armstrong tried to deal with the Barnard kiss by denying any feelings he may have had.
Patty throws the microphone down, steps off her soapbox and pushes Dixie out of her wheelchair to show everyone she is lying… Except Dixie wasn’t lying about being paralyzed. First, she tells him the bad news — the viral video. Communication is key. It appears you entered an invalid email. Bob could have easily told the newspaper that Dixie was jealous and attacked Patty first. This episode, like much of the series, does a terrible job of talking about mental health responsibly. Episodes
They, along with Nonnie and Donald Choi, set up the exorcism in a classroom. © She grabs the microphone from Dixie and goes off on a rant about how no one apologized to her when she was bullied for being fat. Full name Patty lacks compassion and is selfish, both of which she’s been told before. One, Two Dixie admits she attacked Patty and apologizes. While Bob doesn’t think Patty has a demon, he equates her evilness to BPD. While Barnard has accepted his homosexuality to some degree, Bob hasn’t gotten to that point yet. Third, and most importantly, mental illness should never be equated to demonic possession, monsters or any other evil being. The priest tells Patty no one is to blame for her behavior but herself. Classic Patty trying to put blame anywhere but herself. Angie tells Patty that having a nightmare is normal because Patty’s been traumatized. This inspires Bob, and he begins to accept that he’s bisexual. Everyone looks at Dixie with pity. Desperate, Patty agrees, even though she’s still mad at him. Insatiable Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. https://insatiable.fandom.com/wiki/Dixie_Sinclair?oldid=1878. Finally, Coralee explained to Armstrong that she wanted to be a working mom and do it without his help. Occupation monitoring_string = "df292225381015080a5c6c04a6e2c2dc".
Brick asks Pastor Mike what Jesus would say about his son, Christian, practicing black magic. Uh-oh, someone’s in trouble. Patty is fairly quiet during this exchange, making Bob the voice reason. She tipped Dixie out of her wheelchair, hoping to prove that Dixie wasn’t really paralyzed. A popular girl gets into a fight, and suddenly bullying is a huge issue.
Dixie calls herself a “victim,” which sets Patty off. After she eats the paper, Patty finds out the newspaper ran with the story of Dixie being “crazy,” so her image problem is fixed. Patty was convinced that Dixie was faking her injury (not a huge leap) and was upset that no one had ever apologized for bullying her. It is sad Barnard thinks he has to hide a part of who he is, though it’s not great that he’s lying to his wife and daughter in the process. In the previous episode of Netflix’s Insatiable, Patty pushed Dixie off of a food truck.
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