I don't want to play Devil's Advocate here but,
when the show mentioned "secret society", I don't think our first impression should be us immediately thinking "Illuminati" as if we should be reminded that secret societies are affiliated with evil like the cult illuminati.
I mean, most secret societies are evil, I mean here in this case, it doesn't hint illuminati/dark spiritual symbolism, unlike Doctor Strange and The Multiverse of Madness, there was a sh!t ton of heavy spiritual symbolism.
And for Tim Burton, I'm not going to argue against that because I never knew he was involved and that this series could be inspired by his dark associations. I'm curious do tell me.
And, yeah the blood scene. I don't think Wednesday was being satanic and straight up morbidly evil, but edgy. But yeah I do get the impression that it's not frowned upon for weird folks (who could be like Wednesday in real life) to enjoy blood baths/ anything to do with blood without getting weirded out.
The dance again, for me, was her expressing her inner weirdness. I thought the idea of her dancing as if she was possessed was creative for her part, since ya know, she's dark and edgy and it'd fit with the gothic personality she has.
For Tyler and Xavier, wow, I never knew. That is awful
but at the same time, it could be a reach because it's not uncommon for people to post pictures from fun moments of being covered with halloween liquids or whatever.
And the Enid and Wednesday thing is something I've noticed too. Wenclair, is the ship name.
I never thought those two girls were gay. I always had the impression they were both straight.
LGBTQ folks, feel free to add representation anywhere, anytime, I don't care nor do I mind but it feels forced.
I was on Twitter and I'd see people force theories or create forced theories that Wednesday and Enid are gay but I'd never see it and I actually kind of did believe them because I wanted to see some spoilers, but from watching the show, I got vibes that they were just heterosexual. I see people force gay/bi relationships everywhere in TV shows where there are two girls. If two people, a man and a woman don't have to be made into a heterosexual couple because there doesn't have to be a need for a story where a man and woman love and need eachother (human beings can live without intimacy for God's sake) why shouldn't they? (the people who want Wenclair to be canon)
Well Jenna did say Enid could be in love with Wednesday so, (shrugs).
Wednesday and Enid do give me the pastel and goth sister vibes, like how we have the girly-girl and tomboy trope types (if ya know what I mean)
I'm not trying to intentionally stir up debate
I enjoyed this show because from watching the trailer where she had the piranha, I thought she was going to attempt to murder the boys, so I thought, "Whew, this might be a 18+ show", but from watching the series, Wednesday is adorable, relatable AF and hecka funny. And she isn't this evil goth girl who normalises murder.
I remember having thoughts that the Addams family could be evil, but ah well.
It's just I recall Emma Myers having about 399K+ followers on Twitter, then a month later she has 5.5M+ on Instagram.
I guess the pact with Satan worked.
But yeah, it's so frustrating that the people we admire turn out to be illuminati followers or were involved.
That's a fair reminder we shouldn't try to idolise celebrities.