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Being Mary Jane: The Real Talk Back! - Netflix

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On Being Mary Jane: The Real Talk Back! the women give their opinions about their show "Being Mary Jane" episodes while watching the show.

Being Mary Jane: The Real Talk Back! - Netflix

Type: Talk Show

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 90 minutes

Premier: 2015-12-13

Being Mary Jane: The Real Talk Back! - Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane - Netflix

Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane is an American comic book series focusing on a teenage Mary Jane, the love interest of superhero Spider-Man. The series, published by Marvel Comics, is a teen drama set outside the regular Marvel continuity, and aimed at fans of soap operas as opposed to the main comic book audience. It was originally written by Sean McKeever with art by penciller Takeshi Miyazawa (who left after issue

15 and was replaced by David Hahn, but continued providing covers) and

colorist Christina Strain. The series began publication in December 2005 and was preceded by two miniseries from the series' original creative team, Mary Jane in 2004 and Mary Jane: Homecoming in 2005. The original series ended in July 2007 with issue #20, and was followed by a five-issue miniseries, Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane Season 2, in August 2008 by writer Terry Moore and artist Craig Rousseau.

Being Mary Jane: The Real Talk Back! - Mary Jane miniseries - Netflix

As the Homecoming dance is approaching, Mary Jane cannot think of anyone to go with and thinks about not going at all. Her best friend Liz suggests their friend Harry as Mary Jane's date and thus - despite Mary Jane's reservation against dating a friend and her crush on Spider-Man - the two start going out. Then, riding home on the subway after her first date with Harry, Mary Jane's train is attacked by the supervillain Electro and Spider-Man rescues her, reinforcing her crush on him; She now wants Spider-Man to be her Homecoming date. Mary Jane decides to get a job to be able to afford her dress for the Homecoming dance, and because she feels dependent on Harry as he is paying for everything on their dates. After going through several different jobs and getting into trouble at school for being tired from working, she wants to stop working to avoid any more problems, but then the owner of the store where she wanted to buy her Homecoming dress offers her a job as a salesperson. Mary Jane has an argument with Liz because she thinks it is wrong that Liz always calls Flash stupid. She also wants to break up with Harry, because he is only a friend to her, but just as she is about to dump him, she realizes what a nice guy he is and how much she likes him. Later, after accidentally taking home Flash's notebook and flipping through it, Mary Jane finds out that Flash has a crush on her. Liz tells Mary Jane she suspects Flash has a crush on somebody else. During a school football game Liz loses it and attacks an opposing cheerleader who was talking to Flash. After the incident, Mary Jane tells Liz, who still does not know that Mary Jane is the one Flash has a crush on, she will talk to Flash. After the game, Mary Jane waits for Flash at his home and returns his notebook, telling him that she is not going to do anything about his crush on her and that, contrary to what he might assume due to her constant insults, Liz really loves him. However, as Liz, who was going to apologize to Flash for her previous behavior, sees the two together in front of Flash's house, she suspects Flash is having an affair with Mary Jane.

Being Mary Jane: The Real Talk Back! - References - Netflix