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Leslie Jones recently indulged in another one of her live-tweeting sessions. This time, her film of choice was the Oscar winner The Shape of Water.


The Saturday Night Live performer previously live-tweeted Infinity War to the immense glee of her followers.

This time she was sure to announce her Twitter plans.

Throughout her viewing, Leslie had a tough time wrapping her head around Guillermo del Toro's piece.

Her skepticism kicked in early on.


She also made some keen character observations.


And her confusion continued to build...

...and build.


In fact, her skepticism only mounted as the film progressed.

She also had something to say to her followers who feel like Amphibian Man is attractive.

"You know what really troubles me is that I've been getting a lot of comments saying the fishman is hot. Really bitch? What the fuck? Is it that hard out there? That we gotta start fucking fishman? I mean, I know it's hard. I've even seen a couple fishmen on Tinder. But check this out ladies: it's not that fucking hard out there, ok? I mean, you can find a dude without dating the creature from the sea."

After setting her followers straight, Leslie's feelings of confusion quickly set back in.

She felt very apprehensive about seeing their love get physical on-screen.

And she felt even worse after it actually happened.

Octavia Spencer's reaction to the news did not help matters.

When she finally reached the end, Jones couldn't believe how she had spent the last few hours of her time.

People couldn't handle Jones' reactions.







Some people are even calling for Jones to make something more of her live-tweeting sessions.




Leslie Jones re-vamping Mystery Science Theater 3000 sounds like a pretty amazing idea.

H/T: The Mary Sue, IMDb, Twitter

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