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‘The Last of Us’ Episode 3 is Being Review-Bombed for Obvious Reasons

Published on January 31st, 2023 | Updated on January 31st, 2023 | By FanFest

Nick Offerman and Murray Bartlett have astounded audiences with their performances in episode three of The Last of Us. We meet Bill, a Doomsday prepper who has loaded his town with explosives, though only the keenest players will be aware that he is gay and may not even recognize Frank’s corpse at the end of this chapter. However, The show highlighted this story arc to its full capability, providing us with an exquisite romance tale complete with a heartbreaking conclusion.

The episode has already generated buzz around potential Emmy consideration, largely due to Offerman’s masterful performance which was appreciated by both audiences and critics alike. Sadly, the all-too-familiar trend of hateful comments being spewed online whenever a gay romance appears onscreen sadly reared its ugly head again with this instance too.

A glance at “Long Long Time” on IMDb sees a clear split in user ratings. Out of the users who have rated this movie, an outstanding 55.8 percent gave it a perfect 10 stars and only 21 percent awarded the film a one-star rating. Negative user reviews claim that it is ‘political propaganda’, contains ‘disgusting sexual scenes’ or criticize its lack of faithfulness to the game; all these claims are incorrect!

Despite the inclusion of a same-sex relationship, conservatives should appreciate how Bill is portrayed as seriously heroic. This gun-toting survivalist with his “Don’t Tread On Me” flag symbolizes independence and strength as he fervently stands up for what is right–as proven by him being justified in distrusting the government and stockpiling weapons in his basement.

If you’re struggling to accept Bill’s sexuality and have been turned off by it, we understand; however, this romance between these two characters is one of the most heartfelt and captivating stories that tv has seen in a long time.

If the remaining episodes of the first season can get even close to this level of quality, we’re in for a real treat.

The Last of Us airs Sundays on HBO.

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