Twice before, I’ve written about Anna, the beautiful and charismatic leader of the Visitors from another planet.
She claims the “V”s “Come in peace. Always.” Yeah … not sure anyone’s really buying that, Anna.
While Anna’s been selling the Visitors’ unselfish desire to share with us lowly humans their vastly superior medical and environmental technology, clearly, there’s something else going on here.
Besides, if the Visitors are so nice, why is there so much fighting going on lately between them and the members of the 5th Column, the resistence group?
To discern what’s really going on here, it might be helpful to understand the players – who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? Well, that’s easy – Anna and the “V”s are the bad guys and the members of the 5th Column are the good guys, right? Wrong!
You see, ABC is clever. They’re making it look like Anna and the “V”s are the bad guys, but trust me, that just isn’t the case. Anna is awesome! First of all, any alien with legs like Anna’s could never be the bad guy. Secondly, she shows up each and every week decked out in another gorgeous dress or designer suit, complete with high heels, and wearing an absolutely delicious-looking pair of sheer pantyhose. Clearly, she and the Visitors are the good guys here.
So, what’s the real reason the Visitors are here? Simple: Anna secretly is a good alien, sent here to heal the hurt and damage caused by an earlier visitor who really was an evil alien – one Carrie Bradshaw. You remember her – that really terrible character who singlehandedly “ran” pantyhose out of Hollywood, and subsequently, the rest of the planet, with that awful TV series of the mid-1990s, Sex and the City.
Anyone who’s ever seen Sarah Jessica Parker – an evil alien visitor to Earth in real life – and that stupid TV series of hers, knows who the real bad guys in the “V” show are.
Let’s review: Carrie/Sarah Jessica Parker = bad, evil, ugly alien; Anna = good, awesome, beautiful alien.
Yes, I think it’s clear that Anna and the Visitors are here only to save Earth from itself. She wants to help Earth women recapture their sense of beauty, femininity, class and grace, but to do this, she and her innocent Visitors have to win us over, while battling members of the resistance group who are intent on ruining the planet by encouraging women to wear dresses, suits, even formal gowns, with gorgeous high heels and, gasp, BARE LEGS.
I say let Anna and the Visitors take over the world. I’d follow her anywhere. We less-than-exotic Earthlings can really learn from the example she’s setting. We should thank Anna for being the supreme example of what women should be — or at least how we should look.
Please do take over the world, Anna, and make us a more beautiful, glamorous people.