"The exports of Libya are numerous in amount. One thing they export is corn, or as the Indians call it, 'maize'. Another famous Indian was "Crazy Horse". In conclusion, Libya is a land of contrast. Thank you."
The graphic choice used to illustrate this is worthy of this response, which is to say it holds a special place in my heart always.
I am not that ordinary gentleman but I maybe could have been, but I'm haven't seen MMXXL yet. I'm so glad to know this moment happens though because it might have actually killed me if the element of surprise had been added.
I am always looking for people who seem interesting to tell me what to do*, so this is great news.
(* This is phrased to be funny but actually is not really a joke.)
For a series about fictional relationships with real people the authors have (presumably) never met, this series contains A LOT of truth.
Honestly, all parts of EMPIRE that are not just Jamal and another gay person.
Everything else, even scenes including Jamal when another heterosexual is present, is overwhelmed by camp heterosexuality as Mallory is defining it here.
(For the record, I think this is wonderful.)
As long as you don't try to convince me that any new arrival is the Key transformed into human form by a group of monks, I am totally okay with this.
(Who am I kidding - I would probably also be all over that.)