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‘Sex Education’ Fans Can’t Get Through A Day Without Thinking About Adam’s Poem For Eric and And Same!



I’m told I just can’t assume that you have watched Sex Education season 3 because, let’s admit it, it’s not like we have something important to do. But fine; I’ll not throw spoilers at you if you are saw the thumbnail and here to just enjoy the pure poem that Adam wrote for Eric in the third season of Netflix’s wildly entertaining and stimulating show. Yes, you’re going to love it and feel things you didn’t know you could feel in your heart. However, if you’re here after watching (read binging) the series then you know the heart-piercing stuff I’m talking about. In fact, If I were to address all without leaking details- it is safe to say that Connor Ryan Swindells’s unassuming and queer tough guy Adam Groff turned out to be one of the most important characters who left quite an impression.

SEE ALSO: ‘Sex Education’ Season 3 is all about characters coming into their own

While the entire series nurtures and fosters discussions about identity, sexuality, sex, and everything in between, the character of Adam has the biggest character arc that also came with a side of gaga. Including the time when he imitates Keira Knightley in Love Actually. While fans came in for the Maeve-Otis-Ruby triangle, they left stanning Adam and Eric. Mostly because Adam not only fights intergenerational bullying but also becomes comfortable wearing make-up even though it is just in a safe space. It is also there where he pens a poem for Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) and boy, is it romantic!

Needless to say, fans ‘heart’ it and are having a hard time getting over it. From his character development to how he deserves better, Twitter has a lot of opinions.

Meanwhile, Emma Mackey might be saying goodbye to Maeve! Rumors are rife that the actress is exiting the show. In fact, in a recent interview, she even hinted about having mixed feelings as she grapples with “the series’ inevitable sell-by date”. Although, “It’s a gift to play that kind of character”, Mackey who is approaching her late twenties told Hunger, “It’s a complicated thing to me. Sex Education is so momentous as a concept, as a show, and the cast is phenomenal. I genuinely care about them all a lot and I made lifelong friends. We’ve kind of grown up together. But the bittersweet nature of it is that I also can’t be 17 my whole life.”

Ah, it’s waterworks everywhere!

SEE ALSO: ‘Sex Education’: Emma Mackey Might Not Just Return After Season 3 And It’s Making Fans Emotional





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