Honestly, I have no idea what to expect, but if there were a show with Christina Ricci and Clea DuVall narrating the Java language specification while wearing diagonally striped onesies, I'd probably still watch that.

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elizathetroll:
@nebula I also acknowledge that it was probably the best they could do in that situation. It still bothers me, though. Not enough to not absolutely love the shit out of the show, mind you. :-)
nebula:
Haha well, I guess the comment in the Christmas special was more of a nod to the change rather than seriously addressing it. Bit if a fourth wall moment 😅 but yeah, the series is great.

If we can get this licensed from Image or AMC or whoever it is that owns the bloody rights, we'll be filthy rich... :-)

Exercise 1, the Undead Shuffle: Put on a heavy weighted belt and try to walk. Additional weights on wrists and ankles optional.

Exercise 2, the Neegan Back Lean: The dynamic full-body arch the head saviour likes to do while giving one...
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ferkixlll:
Exercise 6 - evade and scavenge - depending upon fitness walk, jog, or run a weavy course. Picking up as many 5lb weights as you can. For further challenge add a time limit or extra weight.

It's not a very long list, which is partly due to my bad memory and the fact that most of my books are on the opposite side of the world, but of course also due to most mainstream books still having male protagonists. I'll add to the list as I remember more, but maybe you can also help me by telling me about...
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nebula:
A Tale for the Time Being, The Bean Trees, The Elegance of the Hedgehog, are all favorites of mine - with female protagonists (and also written by women). All Men of Genius also features a female protagonist and is a fave (not written by a woman though). 
jacinto2:
A wonderful book, about women & race is "The Secret Life Of Bees".