The first season of the show had two important things going for it: a message about sexual consent and sex positivity, as well as hot dudes in tight pants. And as such, we find ourselves with an early contender for best TV show ever created.

we are lady parts episode summary” is a review of the first season of “We Are Lady Parts”. The show follows the lives of five friends who are trying to make it in New York City, while navigating their relationships and careers.

We Are Lady Parts Season 1 Review

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The narrator of We Are Lady Parts, Amina Hussain (Anjana Vasan), wants it everything. And, thank you very much, she’d like to have it all without puking all over the stage every time she’s the focus of attention. She already has a lot: she’s studying on a PhD in Microbiology, she has supportive parents and a close group of friends, and she teaches guitar in her free time. Her pals, on the other hand, are all getting married, while she isn’t even dating. And although her music is important to her, the young guys in her Islamic dating pool are turned off by it. So, what should a young, aspiring Bridget Jones do?

Obviously, join an all-Islamic female punk band. Amina was reared properly by her parents.

From the female creator/showrunner to the four female actors who play their own instruments and the characters who narrate their own lives, this show is what female empowerment looks like on the ground.

Saira (Sarah Kameela Impey), rhythm guitarist, lead singer, angry feminist, and Halal butcher; Ayeesha (Juliette Motamed), drummer, Saira’s sister and indignant Uber driver; Bisma (Faith Omole), bass player, wife, mother, and comic book artist; and Momtaz (Lucie Shorthouse), dedicated band manager and lingerie salesperson make up Lady Parts. Saira determines that the band needs a lead guitarist to fill out their sound for an upcoming audition in the pilot. Amina isn’t interested in joining a band, but Saira sees her playing guitar with her pupils and thinks she’d be a good match for Lady Parts. They agree that Saira would persuade her brother and Amina’s crush, Ahsan (Zaqi Ismail), to go out on a date with her in return for Amina auditioning for the band.

Neither partnership is likely to be a long-term success. Throughout the season, Amina evaluates her own life and relationships, as well as what she wants vs what her unconventional parents and traditional friends desire for her. To differing degrees, each band member performs the same, with Saira receiving the greatest attention as a counterpoint to Amina. The two ladies seem to be diametrically opposed at first, sharing just music and faith, but as they get to know each other, they realize they are more akin than they believed.

And it gets stranger. We Are Lady Parts is full of clichés, but that’s part of the purpose. It is solidly rooted in the Islamic community of its protagonists while exploring global themes and circumstances. It’s that rare combination of relatable and unique, heart and comedy, love and respect for the community it portrays, and a willingness to criticise and mock.

Nida Manzoor, who wrote and directed all six episodes in the first season, was inspired by her personal experiences as well as classics like This Is Spinal Tap. Manzoor and her siblings Shez Manzoor (who also scored the show), Sanya Manzoor, and Benni Fregin wrote a combination of brilliantly punk covers and humorous originals for the band. (X) 9 to 5, by Dolly Parton, was a popular, as were originals Ain’t No One Gonna Honor Kill My Sister But Me and Voldemort Under My Headscarf, which were performed in a pub full of working-class white males.

 

Fans of Adam Schlesinger’s irreverent musical sense of humor from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend should check out Nida and Shez Manzoor and their siblings’ work. This program may appeal to fans of Jane the Virgin, Fleabag, and Never Have I Ever, as well as the raunchy comedy of Derry Girls.

I can’t tell you how much I like We Are Lady Parts. One of my spirit animals is this program. There isn’t enough punk music created by artists who aren’t cis hetero white dudes in the world. I sat down and watched the whole thing in one sitting. Mr Metawitches enjoyed it exactly as much as I did, for the humour, heart, and music.

Season 1 is around the length of a lengthy movie, with six episodes that are each 24-25 minutes long. I’m looking forward to re-watching it carefully so I can take it all in. Some of the gags are delivered quickly. It’s the same with punk music, which is exactly how it should be. Once Covid calms down and Amina overcomes her stage shyness, Lady Parts might become this decade’s Monkees, publishing several albums and doing live performances.

Season 2 of We Are Lady Parts has already been ordered. According to Wiki, it’s accessible in a variety of countries on a variety of services:

“On May 20, 2021, We Are Lady Parts aired on [BBC] Channel 4, with all episodes concurrently accessible for streaming on All 4… The series launched on Stan (Australia) and Sky New Zealand on May 21, 2021. The series aired on Peacock on June 3 in the United States and Showcase on June 9 in Canada.”

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