In Praise of Marvelous Women

About 2 minutes into the first episode of the second season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” a colleague on the switchboard at B. Altman’s coos “You’re amazing” to Miriam (Midge) Maisel, the young Jewish Manhattan housewife turned budding comic at the center of the show. And she is amazing: smart, beautiful, charming and funny. She is competent at almost everything she does, an energetic center of attention who knows how to dress for and behave in any social situation and whose brisket is so perfect it can be used as a bribe. In fact, lots of characters on the show call attention to Midge’s amazing qualities. That was the main complaint from one prominent TV critic, Emily Nussbaum, who was a

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