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He's more interested in pressing the flesh with modern gods — celebrities — than updating a crumbling institution associated with retrograde belief.
I have a photo of it, because it was truly the smallest costume I was ever given.
But if you look closely at that season's narrative refrain, it did not substantively evolve or build from that starting point.
Side note: Is Jude Law any good in this role? Law's Pius is now in a coma presumed to be permanent, and the series opens with a nun carefully sponge-bathing his naked form, her face heated with lust; she's visibly conflicted by her duty and her closeness to handsome celebrity flesh.
What is a viral meme featuring a handsome actor wearing holy garb and flaunting his sex appeal as a part of everything those robes imply, not as contrast — if not an artistic feat? In front of the camera, the names that make up the main cast are just as pedigreed.