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    “Let’s Be Clear, Pooped In My Bed”: ‘The Boys’ Season 4 Amuses Johnny Depp Fans By Mocking Amber Heard Like A ‘Jilted, Emotionally Unstable And Hysterical Woman’

    Finally, the wait for ‘The Boys season 4 is over and it’s here with 3 episodes. As always the show is hitting a satire on the social, and political events in the United States Of America. The makers of the series decided to incorporate the very famous lawsuit between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp.

    The show is filled with nudity, humor, and violent scenes, and now the Depp and Heard trial. And the character who was involved in the scene happens to be named as Deep which is quite similar to Depp.

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    ‘The Boys’ Makes Fun Of Amber Heard And Johnny Depp Trial

    Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
    Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

    We all are aware of the widely surfaced Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial. It continued for a time and is also part of the meme culture on the internet. Keeping up with the American trends ‘The Boys’ did it again. They incorporated an indirect pun on the Amber Heard during one of the scenes.

    During ‘One-on-One with Haliey Miller‘, which is a talk show in the universe of the ‘The Boys‘, we see Deep giving an interview that was supposedly related to his ex-wife Cassandra Schwartz. The book ‘In Too Deep‘ which is the (go-to of Cassandra), narrates it has how she wanted to get away from Deep and how she managed to do so.

    Deep refuses all the claims and calls them ‘racist’ despite it being the truth. He then calls Cassandra a disturbed woman and says, “…just a racist rumor, and a ridiculous lie, perpetuated by a jilted and emotionally unstable and hysterical woman. Who, let’s be clear, pooped in my bed”, which is similar to the allegations made between Amber and Johnny.

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    Character Development Of ‘Deep’ In The Series

    The character of Deep is no longer living in the shadow of Homelander. He used to follow his commands in the previous seasons, but now it seems he has gained some confidence for good.

    Upon being promoted by Sister Sage, Deep took a stand for himself by calling out Ashley Barrett in an aggressive manner, that she couldn’t talk to him the way she had been doing for a while. Moreover, Deep is considered to be the least useful member among the seven.

    The new season is more focused on putting supes against humanity and making them above humans, which links us to Homelander’s declaration: “You’ll no longer be beloved celebrities. You will be wrathful Gods.”

    It also seems that Deep has also chosen a side in the battle which could be concluded from the upcoming season 4, which is streaming now on Amazon Prime Video.

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    Sanskriti Lodhi
    Sanskriti works as a content writer for First Curiosity. She is an undergraduate Literature student who is fond of discussing pop culture trends with her pals to the extent that they have to request her to stop. She enjoys listening to rap, and R&B pop songs especially those with The Weeknd and Travis Scott. She adores the color pink and after work, you can find her either journaling, painting, or sleeping.

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