The second episode, "Whitey's on the Moon," springs to life with a montage of Leti (Jurneee Smollett) and Uncle George (Courtney B. Vance) discovering the many treasures their too-good-to-be-true rooms at the QAnon Mansion while the theme song to The Jeffersons blared on the soundtrack. I screamed but out of pure delight.Who is Atticus in Lovecraft Country episode 2?
Atticus is sure is the woman who used her whistle to call off the monsters that ate the racist sheriffs, but something tells me she doesn't exactly own property on the right side of history. One of the things I like about this character is that she's the kind of racist who really goes hard on the racist innuendo.Why did Gil Scott Heron score Lovecraft Country?
But man, the choice of Gil Scott-Heron’s “Whitey on the Moon” to score the sequence covers for a lot of sins — both in the climax, and in the entire episode. It’s not quite like the use of the James Baldwin speech from the travel montage last week, because Scott-Heron is reciting poetry to a beat.What did George Wake Up to in Lovecraft Country?
In the first, George and Leti wake up in the Ardham Lodge to the glorious sound of Ja’net Du Bois singing “Movin’ On Up,” the theme to The Jeffersons and perhaps the most joyous piece of intro music any television show has ever had.