Emmy episode analysis: Marin Hinkle (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) flees to Paris to find herself in stylish fashion

Emmy episode analysis: Marin Hinkle (‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’) flees to Paris to find herself in stylish fashion
One of the many additions to “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s” Emmy nomination tally was Marin Hinkle, who earned her career-first bid in the Best Comedy Supporting Actress category. The veteran performer, who rose to prominence with a recurring role on “Two and a Half Men,” won her first Screen Actors Guild Award prize earlier this year as part of the show’s ensemble. She plays Rose Weissman, a 1950s Manhattan housewife whose daughter (Rachel Brosnahan) is trying her hand at stand-up comedy, much to her chagrin.

For her Emmy submission, Hinkle has chosen the Season 2 opener “Simone.” In this installment, an unhappy Rose abandons her home and moves to Paris, causing her daughter, Midge, and husband, Abe (Tony Shalhoub), to go find her. But she’s excited by her new bohemian lifestyle, and Abe decides to stay behind with her for an extended stay.

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