Season 1, Episode 1: "Pilot"
A lonely cry, a splotchy cry. A giant, bad wig.
A lonely cry, a splotchy cry. A giant, bad wig.
She can cry outdoors.
Or right at the door!
The best part about Juliette's crying is that it's never just crying. She can cry with you and still find you irritating.
Or she can cry and flip out.
Or cry while her hairline tries to make an escape.
There are also a lot of levels. This is a 10. Maximum crying.
This is a good one. She's still crying, but her face is dead.
And that's like a 2.5.
Noteable: Hayden Panettiere often looks really beautiful, even as a teary, undone Juliette.
She can even cry while she's singing. (It comes in handy again later.)
It looks like she's not really crying, but trust. She is.
Okay, she's not crying here, but the face was too good to pass up.
Poor Juliette. Always having to live up to other people's expectations.
Casual Juliette taking a page from the Olivia Pope go-home-and-put-on-comfy-knits guidebook.
Is she crying from sadness or from how tight the hairdo is?
Don't cry! You're so pretty!
Actually, do cry. It creates the only truly emotive moments on this show. A+++ crying.
Step aside, Claire Danes.
She doesn't even have to look at you.
Pull the wig all the way on! And then dry those tears.
She's a champion of pajama crying. (Many of us are competitors.)
More bad hair.
You'd cry, too, if your ex were such a numbskull.
Juliette deserves love! Avery deserves to get his head out of his ass! Problem solved!
If you're gonna be on a primetime soap, follow Panettiere's lead here and sell it. This isn't a documentary about British people or whatever: If your character's gonna lose it, really effin' lose it.
She's still pissed, too.
Any closer and this would be a Magic School Bus episode about what tears are made of. (Pregnancy hormones, mostly?)
Mad, resigned, confused, scared, and also crying. The girl contains multitudes.
Hang in there! You are okay!
And finally, one last tear of relief.
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