it's very reactive to geek culture around the turn of the millennium from what I remember, especially the anticipation for Phantom Menace followed by the crushing disappointment of it being, well, Phantom Menace. It's sort of a time capsule to me, not unlike the way I feel about Kevin Smith's movies up to that point. also, heads-up, EWB, Fargo comes back tonight.
I literally don't remember who she played. I can't imagine anyone who isn't The Most Continuity Obsessed would remember or care. At worst, they could do an in-jokey throwaway "hey, don't I know you?" bit.
An Ant-Man sequel, entitled "Ant-Man and the Wasp," has been announced. Release date is July 6, 2018, with Black Panther's release being moved up to February of that year and Captain Marvel being pushed back to 2019.
FTWD dances on the line of making very little sense and it's somehow endearing. It's like a weird zombie apocalypse tabletop campaign where plot twists happen and before someone can question why it's happening, the DM is like "IT JUST HAPPENED, OKAY?? IT COULD HAPPEN."
According to Shirin, the actual reason why it was her over Spencer is that Varner was really deadset on going after Spencer, she realized he was playing both alliances and tried to do the Christy Smith-from-Amazon "he's not with either of our alliances, let's get him out instead" move with Terry, and the end result was Varner deciding to go after her instead. Whoops.